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    1. Jeff on said:

      This series is the reason that I haven t added anything to in a while I ve been reading the 13 books of The Wheel of Time And I ll say right off that it is fantastic Rather than reviewing each book individually, I decided to just review the entire series together, since it is an integral story and it just wouldn t do to read any of the books on their own.I often find myself trying to explain to my friends why I don t like the Harry Potter series, or other similar young adult fantasy scifi books [...]

    2. Stephen Sealey on said:

      Tolkien WHO Robert Jordan is the king of fantasy This series is the best set of fantasy novels ever written, in my humble opinion I am going to keep this short, because I could write a three hundred page review of this, and STILL not be able to sum up how monumental this series of novels is And mind you, I am NOT a real fan of epic fantasy novels This set of books positively amazed me.

    3. Jimmy on said:

      The, without a doubt, best long going fantasy series ever.Follow Rand, Mat and Perrin as they re led by Moiraine through a world of wonders as the Dragon reborn arrives to the world, reincarnated, after being dead for 3000 years Many, many other characters will be introduced, loved, hated, understood, wondered about and everything you can think of.People call Tolkien the best fantasy author of all times, either they haven t read The Wheel of Time, or, they don t have the cognitive capability to [...]

    4. Susan Lingner on said:

      I ve been reading this series for about 20 years I actually started to cry when I heard that the author had died I love the characters and detail in the series, and I think Brandon Sanderson has done a great job continuing in Robert Jordan s style The last book is suppose to be released In January of 2013 I can t believe it will actually be complete

    5. Will on said:

      The first 2, maybe 3 books where enjoyable but Jordan s limitations as a writer rapidly become clear He obviously stalls the plot, struggles writing dialogue and characterizing females Often, we are told the results of a conversation rather than given the conversation itself Women are all portrayed in a same y fashion, and Jordan s over reliance on the description of environmental minutiae drags the stories down If a paragraph began describing either a rope worked silver tray or the design of a [...]

    6. Renee on said:

      By far my favourite fantasy novel series All the characters are beautifully described and the whole universe just came to life What I particularly liked is the strength of the female characters At first glance you might think that the book is about Rand, maybe even Perrin and Mat too, but that s not completely true It s about Moiraine, Nynaeve, Elayne, Egwene and many too Some characters are not even always likeable which is fantastic Usually especially women in literature are portrayed as nice [...]

    7. David on said:

      The Wheel Of Time series starts very well, and has enough unique worldbuilding, interesting plot, and strong characters to make it a great read The first few books are well told, although at the end of the second book, I was afraid that there was going to be too much common structure to the ends of all the books in the series That turned out not to be the case.The series started wandering in book 4 or so, and eventually fell into some sort of plot swamp from which it didn t emerge until about Bo [...]

    8. David Elliott on said:

      This review is for the entire series 1 14 I started reading the Wheel of Time series in 2001 when I had just turned 14 Being a rather tall and skinny boy who fancied himself as having a big destiny I found my hero in Rand al Thor Over the next 12 years I read, and re read, the available books every year or so.Without a doubt this series gave me the most vivid image of any book I have read as Jordan lovingly creates his characters and their entire world I believed that this world of magic, intrig [...]

    9. Kathleen on said:

      I just finished the 13th book in this series and there is one final book to be released in January 2013 called A Memory of Light This series is the classic fantasy tale of the struggle between light and dark, good and evil, death and life.Originally, I was reading a Brandon Sanderson trilogy called The Mistborn Trilogy which I enjoyed In researching what else he had written I found that he had finished the last books in the Wheel of Time series due to the death of it s author Robert Jordan in 20 [...]

    10. Hannah Jo on said:

      My entire life has been spent reading these books and it has not been a waste of time It was torture to wait and depressing Jordan didn t get to finish the series but Sanderson did a great job.

    11. Katie on said:

      Before there was A Song of Ice and Fire, there was The Wheel of Time.When this series began, I was in eighth grade By the time it finished, I was four years out of college Twenty three years and fourteen books.To be perfectly honest, I stopped reading the damn thing in high school By the time book four came out, I realized that I couldn t remember who was where doing what without going back and reading the previous books That meant over two thousand pages of re reading before tackling the next n [...]

    12. Gaye Marshall on said:

      I have read books 1 13 and enjoyed them each to varying degrees But I have enjoyed them all My favourite is the first The Eye of the World, which introduces the main set of characters who inhabit the series, and establishes the world they live in It is in this book where you see how their unworldly innocence and childhood loyalties and ties change when thrust out into the world These characters are the shy and serious Rand, the mischevious Mat, Perrin the gentle thinker and Egwene the fiery youn [...]

    13. Lisfish on said:

      I started reading the Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan as a Junior in High School At the time the series was completed up to book 9 Now,12 years and 1 ghost writer later i was finally able to finish what I started all those years ago The early books in the series 1 4 really resonated with me as a teenager, and I remember being less interested in the books that came later Now, as an adult, I trudged through the first four, at times feeling as if my eyeballs would roll right out of my head Th [...]

    14. Anja on said:

      Loved the first 7 books although as a woman, I had to smile at the frequent mentions of ample bosoms However, the world is quite rich and the characters are entertaining Books 8 11 were a little less interesting as things progressed very, very slowly but I ve been following this series for than 20 years and stubbornly continued to buy the books as I wanted to see how it ends Sadly, somebody nailed Robert Jordan s coffin shut much too soon but I have read and enjoyed the subsequent books in the [...]

    15. Shiv Singh on said:

      The wheel weaves as the wheel wills After Tokein very few have successfully managed to carve out original universes of their own Jordan s Wheel of time series is huge, in every manner.From the concept to the volume to the character plots He s managed to create a frame where every law of the universe has been crafted by him The wheel of time, the different ages, the prophesies, physics itself.The contempt he makes you feel for the Red and Black Ajah, to the uneasiness at the creation of the Ashah [...]

    16. Andrew Cormier on said:

      This series is MASSIVE A true masterpiece to uphold and a staple for any fantasy lovers if you can keep track of hundreds of characters and places.It is one of the better written fantasy series available, and it would not surprise me to see this series eventually made into movies The only shame is the death of Robert Jordan before he could finish it, but he got a suitable replacement author to do the job The final book actually was the worst in my view because of this It felt like it just stoppe [...]

    17. Robert on said:

      Books 1 3 were pretty good, books 4 11 were utter shite Sanderson saved this series in books 11 14, Jordan is a hack and a highly derivative bordering on plagiarism author Best thing that happened to this series was him dying, that allowed Sanderson to turn this crap series into a sparkling gem Best bet if you re just starting out with this series is to avoid all the stories involving Aes Sedai, you can literally skip all of them and still know whats going on Also Jordan seems to have some sort [...]

    18. Kirkus on said:

      Amazing Tolkien was first but not best His LotR doesn t even come close to WoT After HBO is done with Game of Thrones I hope they make this into a series Im surprised that none of HBO s competitors have picked this up yet to be honest Though perhaps we would need HBO to make WoT justice, for example T.Goodkinds Sword of Truth sucked so badly I don t even know where to begin compared to the books.

    19. Cam Howl on said:

      Overall a fantastic series, Mat Cauthon in particular was a favourite character though I will say he was poorly written by Brandon Sanderson Some books were a little long winded and only contained a few relevant events to move the series along the 6th or 7th comes to mind but apart from that my all time favourite series Have read multiple times Would thoroughly recommend.

    20. Pernalasr on said:

      I loved the series it spanned many many years and even survived the sad untimely death of its author The books are huge and the characters and cultures very detailed Don t read it unless you like full immersion in very different human cultures

    21. Whisper Clutter on said:

      I loved every book in this series except the ones that also include the writing of Brandon Sanderson I will read a few of his works and give them another try.

    22. Mike How on said:

      In the first few books, I liked the characters, plot development and imagination of the author I speedily read through the first seven books or so, but soon became disappointed that nothing seemed to be happening, or at least that there was no end in sight I read another several books, and got to the point where I would guffaw in frustration every time YET ANOTHER cast of characters were introduced I had begun to draw charts just to keep track of who was who at this point I skimmed a few books, [...]

    23. Adam Love on said:

      Amazing series Introduced me to epic fantasy stories as an early reader Still to date one of my favorite reading journeys I ve been on.

    24. Nicola Ragazzon on said:

      Fantastica saga rallenta un p nei libri centrali ma il finale poi merita tantissimo.

    25. Jordan on said:

      This is my favorite fantasy series of all time Seriously, words cannot describe how much I love this series I ll admit, the first three books were a bit slow, and difficult to get through, but after that the pace picked right up Fourteen thousand or less page books can seem a little intimidating, but this series is worth it.Robert Jordan often describes time and relationships as an intricately woven fabric, and these books prove that Jordan is the ultimate weaver I am awed by his ability to men [...]

    26. 5dd on said:

      Finally Finally, the last book in the series was released On the whole, I consider WOT a bit of a guilty pleasure, but I still think it s one of the best fantasy series ever written Yes, Jordan tends to ramble from time to time, but when he s on these books are as immersive as anything I ve ever read And of course it was tragic that Jordan died before completing the series himself I think Brandon Sanderson did a fantastic job with the last two books in the series, especially considering the impo [...]

    27. John Sullivan on said:

      I m glad there is a series to review, because each book always had a lot wrong with it and parts that were just absolutely brilliant But when taken as a whole, as a series, what was achieved was insane The most incredible body of work I ve ever come across The world, the detail, the different races, the sheer scale of everything that was presented, the countless characters and plot lines that held depth and detail and understanding Sometimes in Game of Thrones I find myself lost in new places, c [...]

    28. D.W. Hawkins on said:

      What to say about a series so popular it has its own online acronym Reading the Wheel of Time arguably the most famous and influential fantasy series written during my lifetime is a major undertaking For those of us who spent years between books, experiencing the highs and lows of the series, gobbling up new tomes when they came out was definitely than just a good book This series lived with me for a significant period of my life It, for all its pitfalls and faults that people complain about, i [...]

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