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Fiction - Fantasy - ISBN: 0812517725

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“What have I started...”

published 09/09/2001

Progood writing, good story

Conshmm... well, I still don't like the cover!

I’m not planning to have any big ‘spoilers’ in this op (well, there’s a few on the back of the book – I’m allowed those!). If you have plans on reading the Wheel of Time series, you might not want to read this though, as it probably gives away some of the...

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“The making of legends.”

published 07/03/2002

Prohuge amounts of plot

Consyou need to have read the first one.

This is the second book in a series, and its the kind of series that isn't going to make a whole lot of sense unless you read the first book. With some series, (think Harry Potter) you can outline what's happened before to a passable degree, but these books are just too huge. For reasons of my...

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published 14/10/2008

The Great Hun - Robert Jordan 2nd of the series The Wheel of Time Another thrilling adventure by Jordan where he leads you further down the rabbit hole. But once you go down, there is no coming back up. The book is much too longer to write a full summary, but what happens is Rand follows a dark fiend and he must track him because he took the Horn of Valere and a knife from Shadar Logoth which is crucial for Mat's survival. They end up in Cairhien wher Rand must pretend to be a noble and ends up on the world side of the side at Falme. There he battles the Seanchan and Mat sounds the Horn to bring back all the dead heroes to fight for the Dragon. There we learn Rand al'Thor is the Dragon Reborn where he must fight the shadow

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Excellent

“Next Installment”

published 07/11/2005

ProCould not put down

Consmade me want to read it, even during work

Book 2 of this series, this one just blows the first away. The first was great as getting us into the story, but this one carrys it through, so many twists and turns, well written that you do not wish to put it down. The characters really start to change and you are brought into this as the...

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Excellent

“Keep going”

published 24/07/2000

Proamazing lifelike qualities

The great Hunt Book two of the wheel of time £6.99 approx The second book of the wheel of time continues the epic journey. In this part of the long running epic the horn of valere comes to light and mat finally finds his fate tied to the dagger of shadar logoth. Robert jordan creates a wonderful...

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