Christopher Paolini on the 5 space operas that inspired his new novel

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From Dune to Babylon 5, nan Eragon writer reveals 5 inspirations down his caller big subject fabrication novel, Fractal Noise

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Christopher Paolini, writer of Fractal Noise

Fractal Noise

Christopher Paolini


I wrote Fractal Noise because of a dream.

During it, I saw a rocky satellite turning endlessly successful nan depths of space. On nan planet, 3 lone group were trekking crossed a barren plain towards an impossibly ample hole. I heard nan spread beat for illustration a monolithic speaker, and successful nan sound I sensed a fractal shape that coiled deeper and deeper wrong itself. An infinity of item from a finite beginning.

The imagination was truthful powerful that, erstwhile I …

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