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by Michael Kramer,Kate Reading,Robert Jordan

eBook Towers of Midnight (Wheel of Time) download ISBN: 0792774175
Author: Michael Kramer,Kate Reading,Robert Jordan
Publisher: Sound Library; Unabridged edition (November 1, 2010)
Language: English
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I started reading The Wheel of Time series ages ago right after the first book had been published, I really .

I started reading The Wheel of Time series ages ago right after the first book had been published, I really enjoyed the first five books of the series, but after that things seemed to bog down immensely. Many of my friends felt the same way and most of them gave up on reading it entirely. I even heard one of my friends refer to the series as "The Waste of Time". One of my younger friends who had read Mr. Sanderson's Mistborn trilogy convinced me to give these last books a try. I must admit, I have been greatly impressed with Mr. Sanderson's ability to pick up the series and inject new life into it.

Towers of Midnight, . Part of The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan. It was in this time of sorrows that I stepped up to the Great Stump. At first, I was forbidden, but my mother, Covril, demanded I have my chance

Towers of Midnight, . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63. 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104. Towers of Midnight. At first, I was forbidden, but my mother, Covril, demanded I have my chance. I do not know what sparked her change of heart, as she herself had argued quite decisively for the opposing side.

The Wheel of Time is a complex and pretty massive story that takes place in a fantasy world where the Dark One is breaking free from his prison. Towers of Midnight – The Last Battle has started. Rand al’Thor, a simple farmer’s son, leads a happy life until a pair of mysterious travelers arrive in his small village. Soon, He discovers that he can wield the power of the Aes Sedai, throwing his life and the lives of his friends into chaos. The seals on the Dark One’s prison are crumbling. The Pattern itself is unraveling, and the armies of the Shadow have begun to boil out of the Blight. The sun has begun to set upon the Third Age.

The Stormlight Archive.

Narrated by: Michael Kramer, Kate Reading, Harriet McDougal. Since its debut in 1990, The Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan has captivated millions around the globe with its scope, originality, and compelling characters. Length: 1 hr and 34 mins. In this series companion book, the listener will learn about the exotic beasts used by the Seanchan and hear of the rise and fall of Artur Hawking, and peruse the deeper story of the War of the Shadow. Here is the tale of the founding of the White Tower, and the creation of the Ajahs.

Towers of Midnight book. The Last Battle has started. Penultimate book of Wheel of Time, Sanderson took the things several notch up and tied many of the loose ends in a grand way. How can things be any different? After all, Mr. Sanderson is a master of making everything grand and epic. This series has been epic right from the start, so Sanderson giving it the finishing touch was icing on the cake.

13 Towers of Midnight - Robert Jordan. 14 A Memory of Light - Robert Jordan.

The Wheel of Time is a series of high fantasy novels written by American author James Oliver Rigney, Jr. under his pen name of Robert Jordan. 13 Towers of Midnight - Robert Jordan. New Spring - Robert Jordan.

The Wheel of Time turns and Ages come and go, leaving memories that become legend. Legend fades to myth, and even myth is long forgotten when the Age that gave it birth returns again. In the Third Age, an Age of Prophecy, the World and Time themselves hang in the balance. What was, what will be, and what is, may yet fall under the Shadow. Strangers have come to the village of Emond's Field, located in Two Rivers, during the Bel Tine holiday

After reading the first 12 books, nearly 12,000 pages of this story, are you really going to quit so close to the end? . And I have to say I found the 14th and last book of the series provided a good and satisfying ending.

After reading the first 12 books, nearly 12,000 pages of this story, are you really going to quit so close to the end? And I have to sa. . Is "Winter's Heart (Wheel of Time, by Robert Jordan worth the read? Is "The Fires of Heaven (Wheel of Time, by Robert Jordan worth the read? Is "Lord of Chaos (Wheel of Time, by Robert Jordan worth the read? Is "The Gathering Storm (Wheel of Time, by Robert Jordan worth the read? Is "Knife of Dreams (Wheel of Time, by Robert Jordan worth the read?

Comments: (7)
Uaha
Team Sanderson/Jordan knock another one out of the park with the penultimate volume of the Wheel of Time series. While The Gathering Storm was a wonderful book, I can see Sanderson's growth as a writer in Towers of Midnight. He's taken a lot of hard material and turned it into something that I can just almost pretend that Jordan wrote himself.

The biggest difference from Jordan's own books is that in ToM the pacing is break-neck.

If you're a fan of the series, you'll find moments to laugh and moments to cry and moments of extreme and wonderful emotion. I hate to sound cliched, but for those of us who have grown up with these characters, we start seeing some of the scenes that we've been waiting for for many years.

In my opinion, few other writers living could've pulled off so elegantly what Sanderson has accomplished in Towers of Midnight. Bravo! Onto Tarmon Gai'don!
Weernis
Brandon Sanderson is one of my favorite writers. One of the reasons I even picked up the wheel of time series in the first place was based on an interview of Sanderson, in which, he explained where some of his original inspiration had come from.

When I found out he had also contributed to the final portions of this epic tale I had no choice to give it a shot.

Sanderson has done a great job helping close the saga. He makes you fall in love with Mat, Perrin, and many of the characters through their ending days. He and Jordan have developed such relatable characters that you find yourself dying to find out what will happen to them next.

Sanderson has a style of his own and knows how to leave chapters on cliffhangers where you can't help to get to the next chapter for the character you were reading about. The next thing you know you at killing a whole book in one day. His writing style is insane.

If you have made it this far in the series, you know it lagged a bit in pacing in the middle books, but in the final three it has picked up momentum and you have to follow it all the way to The Final Battle yourself.

Enjoy!
Lesesshe
I started reading The Wheel of Time series ages ago right after the first book had been published, I really enjoyed the first five books of the series, but after that things seemed to bog down immensely. Many of my friends felt the same way and most of them gave up on reading it entirely. I even heard one of my friends refer to the series as "The Waste of Time". However I am stubborn and stuck with the series and while I never did feel it managed to attain the brilliance of the first five books again, I would still find hidden gems within books that made it worthwhile. When Mr. Jordan died, I was very sad and assumed I would no longer read the books even if the series continued.

One of my younger friends who had read Mr. Sanderson's Mistborn trilogy convinced me to give these last books a try. I must admit, I have been greatly impressed with Mr. Sanderson's ability to pick up the series and inject new life into it. Towers of Midnight was so good that as I came nearer and nearer the ending, I started to actually slow down my reading because I was afraid it would end. That is quite a tribute from me, usually I race through books, but I couldn't stand the thought of this one being over. Of course all good things must come to an end and this book did too. Now I look anxiously forward to the last book in the series.

The characters are just as vivid and vital as they were at the start of the series. It was particularly great to see Mat and Perrin get their due as major characters. It was also a pleasant surprise to see the return of a major character who had been gone a long time near the end of this book. I won't say any more for fear of giving away spoilers to those who still haven't read this excellent book. I recommend this book wholeheartedly to those who truly appreciate high fantasy and brilliantly developed characters!
spacebreeze
Perrin for the first time since he was dealing with Whitecloaks and Trollocks in Two Rivers has a compelling story line. I loved the scene where he returns to the forge. In the last several books I dreaded the chapters regarding him, but now he is finally starting to shine. His timeline is out of synch with others for portions of this book which is the aspect of the book I found most irksome, though considering how much he needed to do here, perhaps it allowed the previous book to be better than it could have been had Perrin's story been included.

Several other key characters have important moments, Matt facing multiple past foes, Aviendha becoming critically important to the Aiel, the borderlander army meeting Rand, Egewene juggling internal and external threats and multiple love stories progressing.

There is so much happening in this fantastic book. The last battle has begun.
Dagdage
I didn't think the series could get better than Book 12, but this one was even better. Sanderson clearly grew more comfortable with the characters and cultures, and got to display his awesome skill at writing battles.

(Spoiler)
My one complaint is that the transformation that Rand went through at the end of Book 12 makes him feel like a completely different person than who he's been through the rest of the series. This impression is largely due to the fact that we don't get his perspective at all in this book, except in the epilogue. But as I read, I started to feel like this was intentional. He overcame his darkness so suddenly, that the people around him are confused about who he is now. The reader feels the same way. I'm told that we rediscover his character and mindset in the final book. I'm looking forward to it.