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If you've been waiting on this series to *finish* for as long as I have, this book is for you.
As this is one of the final books in the series the pace of the action is a lot faster and many of the plot threads are tied together and finished up.
Brandon Sanderson has done a great job of following Robert Jordan's notes and finishing the series.
I was very satisfied. The quality was nearly as good as one might expect right of the bookstand. Looking forward to reading itPublished 5 hours ago by Steven Wilkins
He loved it! It was in great shape and was just what he was looking for for his collection. Great!Published 2 days ago by Jennifer L. Fernandez
Sanderson writes like he has never met anyone or been anywhere outside his upper middle class existance.He must have been the lowest bid to finish the series. Read morePublished 2 days ago by S. Lynch
Wow, I do not know what else to say but Wow! Amazing, can not wait to see how it ends...Published 7 days ago by Eric W.
And so sad. So funny, wanting everyone to work together but the characters like real people all have their own agendas. It's like they muddle through. Read morePublished 8 days ago by A. Chance
Seamless blending of Jordan's plot and Sandersons amazing imagination and descriptive skill! I gave it 5 stars because 10 stars was not a provided option.Published 11 days ago by Frank Lamb
Makes the tangled story lines a little bit easier to follow. The story arks are solid but predictable. A much faster pace than previous books.Published 11 days ago by William
I love, love, loved this 14 book series and I am in a discussion group on how they might go about bringing this to either HBO as a mini-series similar to Game of Thrones;or if it... Read morePublished 13 days ago by Dan Donahue
Good book. Have always loved this series and found it to be quite a good read. Hopefully other readers will enjoy it as much as I have.Published 13 days ago by Michael Duca