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#894192 | Thu - Jun 23 2016 - 10:19:03
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Quote (blind_chief @ Thu - Jun 23 2016 - 07:09:50)
b12 complete
liked the ending with egwene, rand is insane though maybe he just helped himself at dragonmount?  is the symbolic destroying of the choedan kal just to show that he realized he cant do this alone, so he will accept help using callandor?


One of my fav parts of the book, getting to the best parts :omg:
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#894206 | Sun - Jun 26 2016 - 23:44:20
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b13, 15%
perrin v whitecloaks inc. morgase bound to show up and galad will be torn
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#894236 | Wed - Jul 6 2016 - 19:48:49
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b13, 65%
this shit with perrin and the whitecloaks was great. i want to see a movie version of him making the hammer. and that shit in the dream world with mesaana and slayer. and everyone ralleying around lan. FIST PUMP BRO
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#894245 | Sat - Jul 9 2016 - 19:21:05
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b13 97%
some really great shit happening. im stoked for the ending

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#894246 | Sun - Jul 10 2016 - 22:16:26
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b14 bout 25% in
exciting stuff, so much left not sure how it all fits in
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#894248 | Mon - Jul 11 2016 - 13:35:54
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Quote (blind_chief @ Sun - Jul 10 2016 - 22:16:26)
b14 bout 25% in
exciting stuff, so much left not sure how it all fits in


wow you are really flying through these last books
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#894249 | Mon - Jul 11 2016 - 14:01:20
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Quote (blackjack21 @ Mon - Jul 11 2016 - 12:35:54)
Quote (blind_chief @ Sun - Jul 10 2016 - 22:16:26)
b14 bout 25% in
exciting stuff, so much left not sure how it all fits in


wow you are really flying through these last books


Yeah he said that once he got time and hooked he would finish them fast...cat life
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#894250 | Mon - Jul 11 2016 - 20:15:03
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ill be finished by the weekend for sure. not sure what to read next!
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#894254 | Tue - Jul 12 2016 - 08:53:40
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Quote (blind_chief @ Mon - Jul 11 2016 - 20:15:03)
ill be finished by the weekend for sure.  not sure what to read next!


If you like how he finished WOT, Sanderson's mistborn is really good, its going to be a trilogy of trilogies, the first one is finished and two books for the middle trilogy are out.

I love kingkiller chronicle by Rothfuss, but only 2/3 are out. its my favorite series atm

/e Abercrombie's First Law trilogy is great, I liked Hyperion by Dan Simmons, The lies of Locke Lamora by Scott Lynch, The Magicians by Lev Grossman are others if you are interested. Neil Gaiman's american gods is pretty good too

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#894256 | Tue - Jul 12 2016 - 09:57:20
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Black company is a great series also, but idk if you've read it
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#894259 | Thu - Jul 14 2016 - 15:05:25
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Black company is a great series also, but idk if you've read it


i have not, been meaning to
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#894272 | Thu - Jul 21 2016 - 13:44:38
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well, did you finish it? what did you think of the ending?
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#894275 | Sun - Jul 24 2016 - 08:34:08
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finished

i love the never-ending last battle chapter. i knew people needed to start dying, amazed at how many did. well done there. i kinda want to know about what happens next. bought book 0, 1/3 of the way into that.

as to the ending, i thought it was fitting that rand gets to just walk away. and after all the foreshadowing to what comes next that felt like a huge cliffhanger. A++, would read again.
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#894281 | Mon - Jul 25 2016 - 13:32:38
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Quote (blind_chief @ Sun - Jul 24 2016 - 08:34:08)
finished

i love the never-ending last battle chapter.  i knew people needed to start dying, amazed at how many did.  well done there.  i kinda want to know about what happens next.  bought book 0, 1/3 of the way into that.

as to the ending, i thought it was fitting that rand gets to just walk away.  and after all the foreshadowing to what comes next that felt like a huge cliffhanger.  A++, would read again.


:yay:
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