I'm so happy the series is finished, but I don't want it to end. I hope a premium channel makes this into a series. The longest and best story I've ever read.
though the book was following about 13 different characters by the end, i was still enthralled. some of my favorites died, but all the ones we dislike pretty much pay the piper.
a man who was thrust into a war of great controversy creates a tangible world in which his reality and imagination contrive to create a world that both not only tells his own story of returning to his own self (after amputating his inner soldier) and coming to terms with his own mortality (following his having been diagnosed with a critical illness). This is an epic that elicits a great deal of emotional investment, and culminates in worthwhile dividends
the two narrators were incredible but the story itself was, like I said, the best. it's only fault was that Robert Jordan wasn't able to live longer and write more books. if only brandon Sanderson could have written more of them.
There are many books that I care to have read once. Many of the great ones, I have read twice. The Wheel of Time series is something on a completely different level, I feel compelled to re-read the whole series of 14 books every few years – the amazing aspect of rereading this series is that every time I reread the Wheel of Time series I find more new details and concepts that I have missed from prior readings. This truly amazingly well thought out series that has captured my heart and the hearts of millions will go down as one of the all-time great fantasy sagas!
Expertly written by Brandon Sanderson who did not miss a beat in taking over the series after Robert Jordan passed away. Ending was feasible and satisfying after the significant investment of time to listen to this very long series. Thoroughly enjoyed the Wheel of Time and highly recommend it to others.