For many the ending of the Wheel of Time seems to leave a lot of loose ends. But, I think that was the point. My feelings at the end of this series are like those I feel at the sunset of a great day. I might become nostalgic for the light of the sun, but I look forward to creating a camaraderie with the stars.
The moral of this story is "choice" or "free will." You may choose to criticize this story. But, I ask you to open your minds to the uncertainty of life (whether it is in a wheel or not).
Thank you Michael Kramer and Kate Reading for sticking with this series for 20 years. Thank you Robert Jordan for giving me great books to listen to while I was young and struggling with dyslexia. Your love for audio books changed my life. Thank you Brandon Sanderson for finishing the series to give us all closure.
P.S. Brandon Sanderson, Way of Kings book 2 coming out anytime soon? I'd rather not wait another 20 years.
Unless you already know you like Hamilton, this is not a good book.
It's invented technical language, lack of character development, and unimaginative creepiness makes this book about as appealing as a frog dissection.
There is no humor.
There are no life lessons.
The narrator has a good voice, but I think it is odd for a man with such a deep voice to be reading a book told from a woman's perspective.
You want a story about being stranded in space with creepy aliens? Go watch the Dr. Who episode with David Tennent on Mars with the water creatures.
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