Since 1990, when Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time® burst on the world with its first book, The Eye of the World, listeners have been anticipating the final scenes of this extraordinary saga, which has sold over 40 million copies in over 32 languages.
When Robert Jordan died in 2007, all feared that these concluding scenes would never be written. But working from notes and partials left by Jordan, established fantasy writer Brandon Sanderson stepped in to complete the masterwork. With The Gathering Storm (Book 12) and Towers of Midnight (Book 13) behind him, both of which were number-one New York Times hardcover best sellers, Sanderson now re-creates the vision that Robert Jordan left behind.
Edited by Jordan’s widow, who edited all of Jordan’s books, A Memory of Light will delight, enthrall, and deeply satisfy all of Jordan’s legions of listeners.
The Wheel of Time turns, and Ages come and pass. What was, what will be, and what is, May yet fall under the Shadow. Let the Dragon ride again on the winds of time.
©2012 The Bandersnatch Group, Inc. (P)2012 Macmillan Audio
What a great final novel! In itself and as the culmination of a 20 year series.
This is an incredibly powerful story. The writing is excellent, and the performance is without equal.
Thank you all!
It doesn't get any better. Epic in all it entails.
Start at book 1, and listen to the finish over the course of a month.
The book was superb, I felt like a gift was given to me, one that brought pure joy and entertainment on a level that is rarely rivaled in our lives.
How could one character be chosen out of so many that we grew to love thru the years of reading this series. I would say that Matt's evolution in this book was the most enjoyable to me, yet there are so many others. Egwene was not as strong as in book 13, but what happened to her in this book brought some of the strongest emotion I've had from a book or movie.
So many to choose...... One favorite was the bravery of Talmanes in the battle of Caemlyn.
The individual fights by Galad and Gawyn against Demandred
The best book I have ever read. A series that can not be out done, ever.
I know that this was the last battle, but I felt there was a bit too much battle. I felt like there was a failure to bring closure to the characters we had come to love. I wanted Elayne and Rand to hold their babies, and I wanted to see at least a tiny glimpse of the future they all gave up so much to ensure. It felt cut off too soon, and without much emotion. It seemed to be a book about the mechanics of battle, and not the scope of emotion you come to expect from these most loved characters. I understand the task that Brandon Sanderson took on was not an easy one, and no blame can be placed on him because given the circumstances I think he did a great job. In the end, I feel like things were wrapped up almost a little too neatly.
Yes, on account that the voice actors are excellent, they add to the story and the emotion. Also I have a long commute so listening is the much safer option.
It is a part of the Wheel of time series, the last book, so you should probably start a bit earlier in the series. It's also has similarities to Brandon Sanderson's other works, Mistborn a bit, The Way of Kings more so.
The movie that makes the battle with Mordor look like kids playing with sticks.
A beautiful ending to an epic saga.
The epic scope of the book, there were times i found myself trying to figure out what Matt was up too in the battle, or how Perrin would kill slayer. I love both Jordan and Sanderson and they always keep me needing to know whats next!
I have always love fantasy books the first series i ever read and feel in love with was the belgariad by David eddings. I knew i was captured when it ended and I almost cried cause i felt i lost some of my friends, and that is exactly how i felt with this series 20 years later as an adult. There are no Spoilers here I hope any one who reads this understand how great these books are and how much of a joy they are. Thank you Sanderson and Jordan!!!!
The narrators are my favorites, it's hard to beat Kramer and Reading for telling a great tale.
I was looking forward to getting back to this book each evening and though I wanted to keep listening, I also didn't want the story to end.
This was one of the best fantasy tales I have read or listened to, and there have been quite a few. I am amazed at how seamlessly Brandon Sanderson picked up the story from Robert Jordan and continued with the same voice. This final volume of the series tied up the loose ends and offered a very satisfying end to the series. I've been waiting so long for this final book I guess I feel a little regretful that now it's over. Maybe one of these days I'll just begin it all again with book one.
Oh yes it was awesome and had so much i had to hear it again !!!
I finished "A Memory of Light" today .. the last book of the wheel of time .. and wept .. Robert Jordan has left his legacy in good hands with Brandon Sanderson and must be smiling on us from heaven .. the greatest story I have ever read has come to an end .. and left me with so many memories .. I would read it again . All 14 books .. it would take me a year ..
Great voice actors they became the book
Lan fighting Demondred
Jim Dale used to be my favorite narrator, but ever since I started listening to A Wheel of Time, Michael Kramer has grown on me. He is now my favorite narrator.
Yes! But it would be a little hard to stay up for 42 hours straight... I guess if you listen to it in 2x you might be able to do it.
Yes. The audio makes this book come to life. The narrators are the best and have caught R.J. Vision.
In 40 hours you can only tie up and answer so many questions, but many were answered. Loose ends brought together. Sanderson's writing and creativity amplified R.J. The pace of the final book was great. I never wandered while listening.
They are the best. tones and voices - so memorable. I can hear Lan's voice right now.
41 hours went by in a flash. I devoured it in a week.
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