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Now an original series starring Rosamund Pike as Moiraine!

Since its debut in 1990, The Wheel of Time® by Robert Jordan has captivated millions of readers and listeners around the globe with its scope, originality, and compelling characters.

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.

The seals of Shayol Ghul are weak now, and the Dark One reaches out. The Shadow is rising to cover humankind.

In Tar Valon, Min sees portents of hideous doom. Will the White Tower itself be broken?

In the Two Rivers, the Whitecloaks ride in pursuit of a man with golden eyes, and in pursuit of the Dragon Reborn.

In Cantorin, among the Sea Folk, High Lady Suroth plans the return of the Seanchan armies to the mainland.

In the Stone of Tear, the Lord Dragon considers his next move. It will be something no one expects, not the Black Ajah, not Tairen nobles, not Aes Sedai, not Egwene or Elayne or Nynaeve.

Against the Shadow rising stands the Dragon Reborn....

The Wheel of Time®
New Spring: The Novel
#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 A Crown of Swords
#8 The Path of Daggers
#9 Winter's Heart
#10 Crossroads of Twilight
#11 Knife of Dreams

By Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson
#12 The Gathering Storm
#13 Towers of Midnight
#14 A Memory of Light

By Robert Jordan
Warrior of the Altaii

By Robert Jordan and Teresa Patterson
The World of Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time

By Robert Jordan, Harriet McDougal, Alan Romanczuk, and Maria Simons
The Wheel of Time Companion

By Robert Jordan and Amy Romanczuk
Patterns of the Wheel: Coloring Art Based on Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time

©2009 The Bandersnatch Group, Inc. (P)2009 Macmillan Audio

Ce que les critiques en disent

"The Wheel of Time...is a fantasy tale seldom equaled and still less often surpassed in English." ( Chicago Sun-Times)
"Jordan has a powerful vision of good and evil - but what strikes me as most pleasurable...is all the fascinating people moving through a rich and interesting world." (Orson Scott Card on The Wheel of Time)

Ce que les auditeurs disent de The Gathering Storm

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Gripping from beginning to end

Brandon Sanderson did a marvelous job. I believe Robert Jordan would be very pleased. Excellent!

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Sanderson has slotted himself in wonderfully

Now first off, if you are deeply in love with Robert Jordan's style of writing, know that you can definitely tell a difference now that Sanderson has taken over. I have been concurrently listening to the wheel of time and reading all of Sanderson's Cosmere books over the last year and a half and I can definitely say that I prefer Sanderson's writing style over Jorsan's (which may be an unpopular opinion). Sanderson has managed to write the characters very well and done a really good job with Rand in particular as well as improving nearly all female POVs which I think was Jordan's weakness (they all felt same-y and annoying...now they're not).

Sanderson has written from Jordan's notes and I'm not sure if the book would have turned out this way, were he still alive to write it. But either way the story has multiple very interesting, exciting, disturbing and memorable scenes throughout, which was a blessing as the previous 5 books were severely lacking in my opinion.

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awesome 👌

Brandon Sanderson did a great job picking up the reigns. wish I could shake hands

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had to ease into the new style, but fell into it.

as someone who has just Marathon 12 bucks straight before hitting this book I could immediately notice the difference in sales as the characters and the plot was reintroduced at the beginning of the chapters. I noticed some subtle differences in the ways that characters interact with each other and in traits they had and reactions. would otherwise be out of place. you have a very subtle but I picked up on them because I had just sat through all the other books from 02 11 before this. once I got over my initial frustration and pessimism I realized that a lot was happening and there was tons of fanservice and plot twists and I just fell in love with this. I think in the beginning it was slow for Sanderson to get into the groove of writing a wheel of Time, but I began 2 appreciate. The world building had already been set up by Jordan and now it was time for Sanderson to use his skill set at develop the plot and set up the foundation that we need to end this story. I'm very happy but how this first third of the finale has been laid out and as it stands I feel that Jordan would have been very happy to know that this is how his world was being concluded

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Great Book

Gathering Storm was a great book and ao far my favorite. it is sad that Robert Jordan died before these last 3 books were released but Ido love how Brandon Sanderson is finishing the series

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Sanderson was the perfect choice to finish

The measuring stick I planned to use for Sanderson was if he made me feel the same way about the characters. When Naynaeve was introduced in this book, I knew Sanderson was the perfect choice as it didn't take more than 5 minutes before I wanted to box her ears!!

The previous 3-4 books in the series seemed to drag on a lot with all of the details and seemingly useless information that at times I felt bored and was tempted to skip chapters, it was if Jordan was told by publishers to drag the series on for the profits. I was a little concerned when I heard the last book was extended to 3 books but Sanderson showed none of of the slow paced storytelling from the previous few books. This book kept you at the edge of your seat, everything you kept expecting to happen in previous books, but never materialized, poured out of this book and was so addicting that when you told yourself you would listen to one chapter before bed, you had to force yourself to stop after 3-4 chapters.

I can't wait to start the next book, the excitement felt after finishing the first 10 books has returned and the adrenaline is pumping just waiting to continue the story and see what happens

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This book revived the series

Brandon Sanderson is suddenly my new favorite author. Of all his books, I've only read this book, but I'm so amazed by the story. The previous two books honestly felt like a slog, but this book has rekindled the fire inside me. I have to know how this series ends. I'm so excited for the finale!
The voice talent is always flawless, I love the double narration by Kate and Michael. They've been stellar this whole time.

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Couldn't tell it wasn't written by a new author

I am a longtime fan of this series and absolutely loved how well B.Sanderson wrote

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The best out of the previous 11.

It was smooth sailing, well written, tied up loose ends and propelled the story forward.

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Sanderson is spot on

I've been listening to the WoT series in a row for the first time and was curious how the story would change with the authors. I've read many Sanderson books before, so I had no doubt it was in good hands, but I was still curious.

While there is a minor but distinct difference in the style, Sanderson really knows and loves the characters. All of them feel just as authentic as when they were first introduced.

This book is a particularly poignant chapter in the story. I can't wait to finish the last two.

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  • D. Ramirez
  • 2009-10-28

I normally wouldn't, but...

Usually I wouldn't write a review before I had finished a book, but I just can't help myself... I'm sure that you hard core WoT fans out there won't need any further encouragement to purchase this one, but for anyone who does... Get it, now! :-) Seriously, it's good. Perhaps I'm just not as perceptive as I ought to be, but I've not yet noticed much difference from the quality that I'd expect of a book in this amazing series. So far, I think that Brandon Sanderson has stayed true to the characters that RJ created, and I think his style just works for this series. Needless to say, I am thoroughly enjoying this audiobook so far. I've already noticed quite a few plot lines moving forward and am learning answers to questions that I've really been waiting to find out about. I'd like to thank Mr. Sanderson for his wonderful work in continuing this series, Robert Jordan for caring enough about his fans to leave behind enough content for Brandon to work with, and of course, his wife Harriet for making a great choice of whom to continue his work. Very respectfully, Dominique.

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  • Chuck
  • 2013-11-25

Best book since Book 1

Quite possibly the best book in the series since the opening book. Not that the other books were bad, but Jordan seemed to just drone on at times and the story seemed to stagnate at times. Sanderson does a masterful job of writing this book. It "sounds" just like Jordan wrote it, but there were very few places in this book where I felt like I was "nodding off" (as I had done several times before in previous books). Great start to the finale of this wonderful series.

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  • Ryan D. Gilbert
  • 2009-12-02

Welcome back Wheel of Time!!!

If you would have told me this was written by a different author other then Robert Jordan, I would have called you a liar. This is how the Jordan of old used to write. It's only later on in the series is when he really started go get wrapped up in meaningless crap, and made it a chore to finish a book. The only difference I could really tell were things that I thought were improvements. Gone are the annoying storyline builds ups, only to have the reader jump to a different character at the crescendo. It was so refreshing to not have to wait another 300 pages to find out how a storyline progressed. This ain't 1960's television anymore, we don't need cheesy cliffhangers to make sure we keep reading.

At no point did I ever feel like I wanted to place a gun into my mouth to end my misery from slogging through a couple of chapters on etiquette or local customs.

Sanderson touched on all the favorites, Rand, Egwene and company, Matt, Perrin, all the major Aes Sedai and Aiel. Perrin was probably the least written about it in this story, but it really didn't bother me, as he had bigger parts in the last few books. Matt is always a blast and gets into some crazy situations in this book that just made me laugh. Sanderson does such a good job putting Matt's perspective on situations that it's always just so comical, "Why does this always happen to me!"

Rand is probably the biggest triumph of this story. The writing gets more complicated as his delves deeper and deeper into what it means to be the Dragon Reborn and all the emotions that come with that.

Kate and Michael are the only voices I can ever picture reading Jordan, as they do a perfect job. At times I forget that Kate is reading the male parts because she does such a great job capturing the character's essence.

I released a huge sigh of release after I read this book. The glory that is WoT is back, and is on track for it's continued greatness. The ending of this finished perfectly.

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  • T. Doolin
  • 2009-10-19

A Successful Transition

Many people were worried about the continuation of this epic series after the tragic loss of Robert Jordan in September of 2007.

Fans:
Fear no more!

All of our beloved characters are still there and RJ's vision is clearly still the driving force behind these books. Brandon Sanderson does an outstanding job taking our characters and adapting his style to give us a compelling read.

You can sense Brandon's voice more in some characters than others but that is not a criticism. He actually brings more depth to them while maintaining exactly who they are and who we love.

Michael Kramer & Kate Reading again deliver in this book and I'm pleased to know that they'll also be completing the series with:
Book 13 - Towers of Midnight
and
Book 14 - A Memory of Light.

You will love this book! Enjoy!

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  • alisa
  • 2017-12-31

Michael Kramer... sigh

So here's the thing... this is the 12th wheel of time book. you would think that after narrating the other 11 gigantic books he would have consistent accents and pronunciations of character names. that's totally not the case. every time he reads a couple of chapters he switches up accents and pronunciation of names so much it actually screws with the fine details of the storyline... like maybe take notes ? the whole series would be a way more enjoyable I've with some consistency.

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  • kana
  • 2018-10-24

British accents?

Loved the story but what is up with the random British accents? They popped up out of no where this book and came to be a bit annoying.

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  • J. Asbury
  • 2015-11-24

Upon my word!

While I respect Robert Jordan for his epic work a great deal, Brandon Sanderson's writing is so much more dynamic and balanced. So much more reasonably paced and exciting. Even Michael Kramer and Kate Reading are sounding more excited despite their usual abysmal performance (they are still horrific). I only wish Jordan and Sanderson had collaborated through the whole series so that I wouldn't have had to slog through so many ten minute redescriptions of well known characters personalities for the thirtieth time (dang it all but that was uber redundancy!) or listen to so many long-winded over descriptions of the background settings in which characters were staged (dang it all but I don't care to read about the individual grains of grit in every crack in the sidewalk!) In short, Brandon Sanderson's collaborations / interpretations of Jordan's work is even better than Jordan's singular works (yes, I did just write that). In my opinion, Brandon Sanderson brought Robert Jordan's world alive in a way that Jordan himself never could. I believe that this is because Jordan tried so very hard. Still, I appreciate them both and look forward eagerly to the last book. Thank you Brandon Sanderson for finishing this epic story in a greater than epic way! The story deserved no less.

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  • Mark
  • 2011-02-26

Slow start, but worth the wait

For the first quarter or the book, I had a sick feeling in my stomach - nothing seemed to be happening, I was losing interest. I realize that some of what was happening now was build-up for the rest of the book, but much of it still seemed overstated and contrived. (e.g. Aviendha's rise to wise one, Ituralde's part, and of course anything to do with Cadsuane - ok maybe thats too harsh but who likes Cadsuane???)

But, then the book rapidly began "happening". From Egwene's fight to survive, to Mat's battles with the pattern, and Rand's struggle to hold onto sanity, it was certainly a ride to the end. The sheer amount of action and events that were initiated AND resolved is certainly much more than any other RJ book in a long while. Though I still think RJ is the better writer (believe it or not, I am one of the few who like how he describes every detail of the world he creates), BS is obviously a passionate and deserving author to finish this series. Highly recommended, as long as you are patient at the start.

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  • Gary
  • 2009-10-30

Bloody Excellent

Thank you Brandon a most excellent job.

The Wheel of Time has been brought back to life. The life that was in the first few books.(1-4)

I really enjoyed reading this book. (Well listening to it.) Could not put it down.

Each character got some air time and it was not too long winded coverage that I felt was in the later books.

Plenty of action happening in this.

It is also great to see that same narrators
used in the story. Very well read it brings much life to the story.

Again Brandon, A Big Thank You.
I look forward to the next book soon.

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  • Lisa
  • 2013-02-25

Slow writing style

Is there anything you would change about this book?

Repetitive descriptors which did not add to the story line

How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?

Incisive editing

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

A little slow

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

Possibly

Any additional comments?

Many good ideas in the story and writing, but not to my taste

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