Winter's Heart
  • Winter's Heart
  • Winter's Heart
  • Winter's Heart
ISBN: 081257558X
EAN13: 9780812575583
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 7, 2002
Pages: 800
Dimensions: 1.7" H x 6.7" L x 4.2" W
Weight: 0.45 lbs.
Format: Mass Market Paperbound
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   wheel of time series
This book is one of my favorites of the Robert Jordan series. I read them again at least twice a year. Yes, they are very good. They are written well and I like the characters. The characters in a book have their own thread, so your favorite changes with the book you are reading. I said it was well written and very entertaining. Please read them in chronological order.
   Addictive reading
I really like the story. I will be moving onto 10 now that I have completed book nine. I don't seem to get enough. The stubbornness of the main characters is my main criticism. There is not a lot of common sense. They don't have cell phones, but with the ability to dream gateways walk and build news should be better traveled than in the writing. At times it frustrates. Some of the characters have their own agendas that are not the same as those of Al' Thor. Robert Jordons ability to write keeps me reading. He writes well even when he is tired. Thank you, book 9 was very satisfying.
   So many names
I like the series. There are so many characters that I don't remember them all. Sometimes a character seems minor, almost mentioned in passing, yet they turn up again many pages later as the center of the plot. Sometimes they show up in a later book. It makes me spin! The series is at the top of my list.
   Plow through the filler chapters for a great ending
When the saga drags on, we are going to see this through. The weak points of Jordan's saga are redundant at this point. You already know about the poorly written female characters, about the long chapters of nothing happening, and you' re already comfortable when a chapter is on the POV of a random character you' ve never heard before. 9 books in, still work on developing new characters, but I'm out. I don't care about the seanchan Shaidorandom city plot device characters. The end of the book brings back the focus on the battle we really care about. On the book 10...
   Last stop before the plot drought
This one was great. It wasn't the best of them, but I really enjoyed it. Mr. Jordan used to say something really awesome is about to happen, then go to someone else and talk about their buttons and their soup for 20 pages. When you get back to the awesome thing, he says it was awesome, but you should' ve been there, but the buttons and soup were more important. This was a good one, and I slammed through it. Book 10 is just torturous. Did not like book 10 and almost gave it 2 stars. This one is enjoyable. One of the books is good.
   Why no Whispersync Audible narration available for this book? PLEASE MAKE THE NARRATION AVAILABLE!!!
I love this series. It's my favorite fantasy series. Some books are not as exciting as others but life is just as exciting. I have reread the series three times. I am adding all of the books and their corresponding narration to my library. There is no narration available for this book. The series is 14 books long and 13 of them have narration. Come on, Amazon. Is this not an oversight? I need the narration to complete my library of these books.