Book Eleven of The Wheel of Time
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The dead are walking and reality has become unstable: signs the Last Battle comes. But Rand al'Thor dares not fight until he seals the Waygates of the Dark One's prison. Meanwhile, he faces a Seanchan trap.
Hardcover Book : 784 pages
Publisher: Tor Books ( October 11, 2005 )
Item #: 11-992204
Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 8.25 x 1.25inches
Product Weight: 34.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
This book is simply wonderful (as is the entire series)! Robert Jordan is one of the great writers of our time and will be sorely missed! We can only hope the new author can finish the series with half the skill of Mr. Jordan!
Reviewer: Jesse A
I have been waiting for the next book. Thought I'd check on it. I had no idea Jordan passed from this realm into the next. I will miss him terribly!
Reviewer: Teresa C
Tragedy strikes in our own world with the death of Robert Jordan. A great entertainer for the literate, he transported us to worlds beyond our own imagining, letting us live the lives we wished were real.
Robert Jordan will live forever in our thoughts.
Reviewer: John F
While this has been one of the best stories I have ever read, I won't begin another one until the series is finished, then I'll start over from the beginning. The time between books has been interminable ! And now I understand he has passed away. I hope that they are able to put his final volume together. And sorry to see a tremendous ( if slow ) writer go.
Reviewer: Richard B
Like everyone else I am frustrated with the multiple volumes but addicted to reading every page along the way. I so want it to end but I want it to continue also. I hope the story doesn't end on the battlefield but R. Jordan tells us how things shake out afterwards. How he is going to end this in one more instalmnent boggles my imagination but I will be one of the first in line to find out even if I am disappointed this was a good ride. This was a story that took on a life of its own and I will not fault the writer for wonderful creation, I appreciate both the good and the bad of it.
Reviewer: Christopher C