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Science and Religion in Fiction book club: Brandon Sanderson "Mistborn"­

A description of this novel on amazon.com calls it a mystico-metallurgical fantasy. I heard it has an unusual and well thought-out magic system. An attempt to create a "scientific" magic system might make this book of interest to CFI readers who like fantasy.

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    September 24, 2012

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