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The Dragon Reborn by

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Book three of The Wheel of Time spoiler warning in effect for this and *previous* titles in the series. At the end of book two Rand proclaimed himself the Dragon Reborn, but he is still in denial, and wants to prove it. One way or the other. So he decides he will force one of the prophecies to come through.

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The Great Hunt by

The great hunt by Robert Jordan

Book Two of The Wheel of Time/p> spoiler warning in effect All our characters are back together at the beginning of this book, in Fal Dara, resting and recuperating after the end of The Eye of the World. There is a lot for them to deal with, more for some than others, but they all have “issues” of their own

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The eye of the world by

The eye of the world - Robert Jordan

Book one of The Wheel of Time In a quiet back water village strange things are stirring. It has been a hard winter, harder than any can recall, and spring is long overdue. What news there is from the world at large is dark and troublesome. Wars, winter, and a false Dragon. But the people of the Two Rivers are

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The Gathering Storm by ,

Wheel of Time

You know, I’ve been reading this series since I was in second year in school. Thats what, 1992? ’92 or ’93. Whichever it was, that is a long time to be reading the same story. But I don’t regret a second. Not even the incredible feeling of disappointment after book 10 when I shrieked that “nothing happened”. Because it is a great story, with great characters, and I really do want to get to the end and find out what happens.

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Crossroads of Twilight by

Wheel of Time

ISBN: 1841491837 Wheel of Time #10 This was a reread for me, I first read it when the hardback was released a few years ago. Sped through it and then said, in disgust, Nothing Happened. But as the newest book in this series came out recently I figured I’d take a skim through in preparation. Lucky I did, as I

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