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Towers of Midnight (Wheel of Time) book

Towers of Midnight (Wheel of Time). Robert Jordan, Brandon Sanderson

Towers of Midnight (Wheel of Time)

ISBN: 0765325942,9780765325945 | 861 pages | 22 Mb

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Towers of Midnight (Wheel of Time) Robert Jordan, Brandon Sanderson
Publisher: Tor Books

The series, and its latest novel, Towers of Midnight, needs little introduction. Towers of Midnight, the penultimate volume of Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time, completed by Brandon Sanderson, is definitely a hard book to review. The seals on the Dark One's prison are crumbling. The Pattern itself is unravelling, and the armies of the Shadow have be. This is the last of the WoT book posts -- at least until the final book is released early next year. (pictured) used his notes to write the conclusion to the series, publishing The Gathering Storm in 2009 and Towers of Midnight in 2010. Show me a fantasy reader who hasn't heard of The Wheel of Time, and I'll show you a liar. The last battle is coming, and the main characters are getting in place to deal with it. As always, click on the title link for the Goodreads pages for each book. Make a wish and yell my name incomprehensibly into a rainstorm, WOT guys and gals, because it's a Wheel of Time Re-read! I keep waiting for the Towers of Midnight stuff to start and even though the other stuff going on is interesting I want Mat to get off his ass and rescue Moiraine. Wheel of Time 13 - Towers of Midnight has been published and is for sale already! Sanderson wrote about the conclusion of his Wheel of Time work in an online essay. Towers of Midnight Cover The rapid reviews keep coming, as Towers of Midnight continues in the same brisker pace as The Gathering Storm. WoT #13 Towers of Midnight Cafe Society. Because we're back, and Wheel +Time + Re-read = FUN. Next Friday I'll post a list of WoT resources. "Towers of Midnight" is a penultimate book of "The Wheel of Time" series, and as such is really preparing us for the final blast and Tarmon Gai'don. This second-to-last volume in the Wheel of Time series was almost non-stop excitement. Leigh Butler's spoiler review of Towers of Midnight by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson.