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The Gathering Storm | Paperback

Released on 07 October 2010

Author: Robert Jordan | Format: Paperback

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The twelfth volume in the bestselling Wheel of Time series.

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 A fantastic start to the "final trilogy"

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I love the wheel of time. Best get that out of the way because i would probably give a book 5 stars simply because of the series and not for the actual book.

With the Gathering Storm that is not the case. This is a fantastic start to the "final trilogy". The book focus' on Rand Al'Thor and Egwene Al'Vere. I presume it will move onto the other major characters (Mat and Perrin and Elayne) in the next book.

This book FINALLY has a story that looks like there is going to be an ending for the series. The huge problem with the series was that it appeared Robert Jordan did not know how to finish it. That is shown in books 6-10 of the series. They tend to drift on and lose any form of plot.

Now that Robert Jordan has passed on Brandon Sanderson took over and has done a fantastic job. The great news is that this book finally brings some sort of finality to the series. The bad news in you do need to read books 6-10 to know what is going on.

In short, The series in fantastic, but losings some stars in the middle. This book brings the series back to its best.
I can not wait for the final two book to come out. Anyone looking to purchase this would probably feel the same.

 The Wheel Of Time Goes Faster, Go Sanderson !

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A impressive debut for Brandon Sanderson in this series, anyone who has fears that he would'nt sound like Robert Jordan, have no fear, he steps up and produces one of the books of the series, He does what is needed in this novel and pushes forward the story arcs of 2 of the most important characters, Rand and Egwene, each of them develops differently, one goes down a deep dark road and the other has slow success, both finish the novel with not much needed to get them to the final battle, Mat, Perrin, Elayne and the Asha'man and largely not present in this novel and will feature more in the next novel supposedly, there are some interesting developments with the white tower and in particular the Black Ajah and one particular Aes Sedai makes a shocking revelation, Rand confronts 2 more Forsaken, maybe changing himself forever with the aftermath, many questions are still to answered but at least Sanderson has started with a bang and answered some questions, a brilliant ending which brings hope seals off the novel with a flourish, can't wait till next year, oh, and Asmodean was killed by ........

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AuthorRobert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson
PublisherLittle, Brown Book Group (GB)
FormatPaperback - 864 Pages
Illustrationsmaps (some col.)