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I love this whole series. The characters are all so interesting. I am on book eleven. And as soon as I finish one, I get the next. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Anita Browning
These are great books. You don't want to read just one, though. And because it's a HUGE story, there are a lot of them, so carve out a LOT of time to read them, beginning to end. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Coastal Grammie
Many believe this is the weakest of the Wheel of Time series. While I have to agree, that doesn't mean it's weak. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Ben Killam
Twists at end were interesting, but mostly book seemed aimless.Published 20 days ago by David M. Lewallen
Not the best of the series feels like a filler not much happens to develop the story line.Published 21 days ago by Fiona
I don't care that Woman A is standing with her hand on her hip, her foot tapping in impatience, with an eyebrow raised while her eyes try to burn a hole into Man A's head while he... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Christopher Plakosh