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Very wordy without much movement or new insight. Not sure this added much to the seriesPublished 4 days ago by Keith
Robert Jordan is up there with J.R.R. Tolkien as far as Grand, Epic adventurePublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
Phenomenal series. What else is there to say besides this is a must read for any fantasy aficionados.Published 19 days ago by David Camp-Martin
I really thought I was done with the wheel of time. But this look backward lends an interesting perspective on the series.Published 19 days ago by matthew a tarr
Good and solid bit not great. Sorry that it won't be any more books in this serie.Published 21 days ago by Magnus Gunve
One of my favorite books, a beautiful telling of Lan and Moiraine's meeting and Lan's eventual bonding.Published 1 month ago by Caryn Peck
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Tar Valon is on the River Erinin, which is the biggest waterway in the Westlands (its equivalent of the Nile, Mississippi or Amazon). At Tar Valon the river is something like 4-5 miles wide. The island has harbours at the north and south end open to the river, and food shipments are sailed into... Read More
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