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I purchased and read this book after I had finished the entire Wheel of Time series for the first time.
It's not the NEXT in the series we are all waiting to finally read the end of, and it's not even the next book before the end, nor does it lay any new groundwork.
If you are familiar with the series this adds very little to either the plot or character development of the Wheel of Time (WoT).
The Dragon has been reborn. The Aes Sedai go looking for the infant. Except, no, they don't. Moiraine and Siuan become full-fledged Aes Sedai. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Niugui Cilantron
Have read the series and presently rereading it, buying for my daughter for christmas.Published 12 days ago by Fishguy
This was a nice change of pace and its a short book in comparison to the rest of the series, The POV characters are restricted to I believe three who are the central characters in... Read morePublished 28 days ago by James I
Interesting background material. Pretty much focused on the relationships between Lan and Moraine and Moraine and Suian.Published 1 month ago by Sheree Kinzel
I was a little disappointed, since he pretty much wrote everything that's in this book in the other books in the series, but it's still a great book!Published 1 month ago by MsTaterHed
Great book. I could read his stuff everyday for the rest of my life.Published 1 month ago by Nick Dunn
This is the first book by this author that I have read. It does get off to a slow start. There is a lot of complicated setting up of the world of the White Tower and the Aes Sedai. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Naomi Benell