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Jordan and Brandon Sanderson The Gathering Storm; Towers of Midnight; A Memory of Light. threadergrenacmu.ml Download A Memory of Light (Wheel of Time Other Book 14) Download at: http:// threadergrenacmu.ml?book=B00BMKDTNC [PDF]. Memory of. Light. THE WHEEL OF TIME® by Robert Jordan. The Eye of the World The Great Hunt The Gathering Storm Towers of Midnight A Memory of Light.

Everyone was the hero, even nameless, faceless farmers who took up weapons to fight. And I really liked that. The Bad? There is only one teeny, tiny nitpick I have about this book.

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A few of the early battles in the book, before Mat's last stand, do get a little repetitive and some people may find them to be a little boring because of it. But once the true last battle begins, I promise you, you will be riveted and completely unable to force yourself to put it down. This was a glorious climax to a glorious series. It was worth the wait. It was worth the books in the middle of the series where the story slowed down and focused more on politics. It was even worth slogging through "Crossroads of Twilight".

I really just don't even know how to tell you how good this book was.

If you've made it this far in the series, you will not be disappointed. It is one of the most satisfying endings to anything that I have ever had the pleasure to witness, and I thank God that I ever picked up the first book all those years ago for it.

It's such a fitting title. Even more so considering the author's untimely demise. So long as there is light in the world, we, the fans, will never forget.

James Oliver Rigney Jr. Thank you, my friend, for everything.

May the light shine forever upon you and yours. Though you are gone from this world, your memory remains, as does your legacy.

May they never fade or falter. This wind, it was not the ending. There are no endings, and never will be endings, to the turning of the Wheel of Time. But it was an ending. It was such a beautiful way of bringing things to an end.

Most of my life I read about the winds that were beginnings, and now, this one, brought an end. Check out my other reviews. Also, some time ago, Brandon Sanderson ran a charity fundraiser.

For a mere ten dollars, a person could have their name and general description entered into a drawing. These names would be pulled out whenever Sanderson needed to give a character a name.

He would try to work in the person's description as much as possible, and change the person's name to fit within the world of "The Wheel of Time".

Much to my surprise and childlike glee, my name was drawn the very day that I entered it. In the chapter titled "The Last Battle" on page , a little more than halfway down, you will find a character named Allin being yelled at by Uno who shares my general description.

That's where I was used.

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Go to permalink Let's start with a spoiler-free review, shall we? A Memory of Light is an incredibly fitting end to Robert Jordan's sprawling, immersive and often aggravating Wheel of Time saga.

It's both epic and weirdly perfunctory, as Brandon Sanderson — who of course took over for Robert Jordan when he died in — manages to juggle most of the balls that Jordan had thrown up in the air through the series first 11 books, and I think most Wheel of Time fans who have stuck through the series through this fourteenth volume will close A Memory of Light feeling pretty satisfied. Personally, I think Sanderson probably gave us a better end than Jordan actually would have, although to explain more would mean talking specific — so consider this your spoiler warning for the rest of the review.

Oh, I started out as one, agog at the massive world Robert Jordan created in The Eye of the World and The Great Hunt; even though it seems like he was copying a great many ideas from other fantasy and sci-fi series.

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But since he was including so many of them, and then integrating them together, I was more than willing to forgive him. Advertisement Then the third and fourth books seemed to go off the rails a bit. I remember absolutely nothing happening in the sixth book, Lord of Chaos, and found the seventh book pretty much the same, so I gave up on the series for many years Jordan's gender politics — which is to say all his female characters were terrible — was a large part of the problem.

Admittedly, he picked up the reins at the last book — albeit a last book so gargantuan it had to be three "last books" — but he brought a focus to the series I'd been missing since the first two books.

If only by virtue of having to wrap things up, Sanderson brought made every page seem like it was actually part of the Wheel of Time tale, instead of just characters just dawdling until they could get back on track. And he brought urgency back to the series, all of which I greatly appreciated He also toned down Jordan's female characters so that it was more like a fantasy version of Everybody Loves Raymond [women are nags, men are befuddled at women] which isn't great, but still better than the alternative.

And it's certainly true to Jordan's "style".

The war — which takes up almost the entirety of he book, is appropriately massive, epic, and wonderfully paced. It cover countless characters and locations, and Sanderson balances it all as both short-term and long-term narratives. It can feel a bit overlong occasionally, but if you've stuck with The Wheel of Time series this far, you won't mind or even notice, probably.

And if there's one part of this series you want to feel overstuffed, it's probably the climatic war, right? Unfortunately, one of the many problems Jordan left for Sanderson was a plethora overwhelmingly powerful main characters. Rand, Mat and Perrin have been Characters of Mass Destruction for a while, and the side characters especially the magic users like the Asha'man and the Aes Sedai only slightly less so.

How to make a fight interesting when Rand could practically annihilate an entire Trolloc army with a thought?Of hope. Check out my other reviews. The Bad? Not to mention the fact that without the thirteen books that come before this one to build such a firm, solid foundation for it, "A Memory of Light" is rather meaningless on its own.

Enabled X-Ray: I have been an avid reader of the Wheel of Time novels for the last decade--as a thirteen year old I fell in love with the books. No, no, that sounds like I'm plagiarizing the book. It is over.

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