This is one series of fantasy books that I have actually had hold my interest beyond the second or third book. Robert Jordan didn't just create a small world, but an entire alternate universe that seems so vast and wide that you will never be able to uncover all the hidden secrets and glorious parts. If you haven't read these you should begin immediately.
Book 7 of the wheel of time series. This book touches upon all the characters at some point. Wonderful continuation of Rand's journey.
Great fantasy series where women have very prominent roles. I have read all of the books in this series. It will not disappoint.
I love this series. Every book has been amazing. Where most fantasy writers create a country RJ has created a globe filled with different cultures, customs and languages.
Excellent read, the story continues.
My god these books are bad. All the characters are whiny, self important, and highly irritating. The author spends more time describing the furniture and clothes and how slighted the characters feel that their furniture and clothes are marginally less special than some other character's furniture and clothes than he does actually advancing the plot. This is the book with which I finally said "why on earth am I reading this horrible series?" and stopped.
The Wheel of Time series has been one of my favorite past time readings despite the overwhelming amount of characters, plots, and concepts that Robert Jordan explored in the series.
Every reread, brings my attention to something I may not have really understood the other times I had delved into this world. Every read feels like something new and fresh.
One of my favorite series. I highly recommend to hard core fantasy lovers.
This is book 7 of a series called The Wheel of Time. It is science fiction and once I read the first book, I had to read the rest. The book is very fanciful and tells about things that you know can't be real but wonder if there could be a place or time where these things could have happened.
"A Crown of Swords" by Robert Jordan, 7th in the Wheel of Time series, follows the same tempo and format as the other books in the series. . . 750 pages of character development, quickly pulled together in the last 100 pages with unexpected (?) twists. This one stays the status quo - if you like Robert Jordan, you'll like the book; id you don't like Robert Jordan, you probably won't make it through it. My only struggle is keeping the vast array of characters straight in my head!
Book 7 in a series of 10.I will be listing books 1 thru 9.Very interesting fantasy.Have held my interest thru book 9 so far.
This is book seven of the series Wheel of Time.
hubby read this book and thought it was a good book
I have not read read. Given to me but not my type of reading I prefer.