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The Wheel of Time by arty_farty on 9 May 2006 11:35am
 
has anyone read the wheel of time series by Robert Jordan?

its realy good.
there are 11 books in the main sequence, a prequel and a sort of condordance.

these are the book titles

New Spring (p)
1. The Eye of the World
2. The Great Hunt
3. The dragon reborn
4. the shadow rising
5. the fires of heaven
6. lord of chaos
7. crown of swords
8. path of daggers
9. winter's heart
10. crossroads of twilight
11. knife of dreams.
 
Re: The Wheel of Time by suzulu on 9 May 2006 6:47pm
 
I haven't read any of his books. What are they about, arty?
 
Re: The Wheel of Time by arty_farty on 11 May 2006 11:56am
 
i cant tell you too much without giving away most of the plot.

basicly its a fantasy series set in the westlands of "randland" that revolves around a group of people from the village of Emond's Field after they leave there.
 
Re: The Wheel of Time by suzulu on 11 May 2006 3:19pm
 
Thanks, arty. Randland? What a name!
 
Re: The Wheel of Time by arty_farty on 11 May 2006 4:18pm
 
randland isn't realy the name of the world. its just the name WOT fans use.
 



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