I was grabbed from book one and couldn't wait for the next however the story is long and the story of many characters bought togeth so there is alot of threads to keep up with. book 14 written by someone else due to the authors death. it showed as it was long and tedious with a nice twist at the end.
"Well, after all that..."
Maybe it wasn't the ending but it was an ending... and all in all it was not a bad one. AMOL has come in for some criticism from WOT fans, some of it justified, some niggling, yes there are unresolved plotlines, things we would have liked to have known, things that don't work in the timescale, lots of inconsistencies but Brandon Sanderson with the help of the late Mr Jordan has managed not only to bring the whole thing to a conclusion but do it in a manner which allows all but the most pedantic reader to suspend their misgivings and get carried along with the plot and the pace of the narrative. This is a long book but for me at least it didn't seem as interminable as some of the earlier volumes, I have still not read Crossroads of Twilight all the way through... Well worth getting.
Very good and long story. A book for some one who's got the time to listen to a masterpiece. X
"One of the greats tell Peter Jackson...."
I would love to see this series on the silver screen. Great characters, Laughter, tears and a epic story... what more is there. A true masterpiece.
It took 11 years to get to the end of the wheel of time but it was all worth it, an amazing ending to an astonishing series. Now to go back to start and do it all again!
Great book, Brandon has done a brilliant job bringing Roberts epic tale to a close. Truly wonderful, loved every minute of this. Kudos to the narrators too, excellent. Only thing now is... What do I do now I've not got the wheel of time to listen too!?
"Brilliant ending loved it all"
Fantastic story of light and darkness. Loved it, can't recommend it enough. Creates a whole new world in your imagination
"Great ending to a fantastic saga"
Despite the change in author the story reads true and ends well.
A great tribute to Robert Jordan and one I'm sure his fans appreciate.
"A Perfect End"
There are so many good, well developed characters, it's almost impossible to choose. Easier to pick my least favourite. Many people will disagree, but I HATED Perrin.
These two narrators are brilliant.
I loved the way Kate Reading played Nynaeve throughout the series.
The epilogue was very moving. I don't know if that was more because I had been on this fantastic journey watching these characters develop and live their lives, and it was all about to be over. I started the series in January, rarely did I stop listening.
Sanderson did a brilliant job, he was the reason I got round to WoT. The series did seem to have gone a bit stale after KoD, but Sanderson picked it right back up again.
"perfect ending to an incredible series"
Brandon Sanderson kept his promise to Robert Jordon's request . He retained all the characters in their natural state of play as pre-written by by Robert Jordon.
ABSOLUTELY, the entire series gave me many many hours of great listening. This has to be one of the best series i have ever listened to