Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

"There are no endings, and never will be endings, to the turning of the Wheel of Time." Even so, with this volume, the late Jordan's hyperinflated Wheel of Time series grinds to a halt.Jordan (Eye of the World, 1990, etc.), here revived by way of the extensive notebooks, drafts and outlines he left behind by amanuensis Sanderson (Creative Writing/Brigham Young Univ.), was an ascended master of ... Read full review

Review: A Memory of Light: Book Fourteen, The Final Volume of The Wheel of Time

Editorial Review - - Stephen Hubbard

In 1990, Robert Jordan introduced readers to THE EYE OF THE WORLD, the first volume of The Wheel of Time. Within those pages lay the quest for the Dragon Reborn, the champion of Light who would fight to save the land from the Dark One, and the tale would grow into a fullyrealized world embraced by tens of millions. Now, 23 years later and nearly six years after the death of its creator, the ... Read full review

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I can still remember my first day in Edmons Field 17 years ago after buying the book in airport book store. Glad to finish it after all this time there when many great moments along the way. But I felt the ending was a little week and after 10,000 plus pages the ending was abrupt. I would not recommend someone to start this series now but I do not regret it. Sanderson did a great job with the first two books he wrote and I thank for finishing this story. 

Review: A Memory of Light (The Wheel of Time #14)

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