By Robert Jordan, Brandon Sanderson
Considering that 1990, while Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time® burst at the global with its first e-book, the attention of the area, readers were watching for the ultimate scenes of this awesome saga, which has bought over 40 million copies in over thirty languages.
When Robert Jordan died in 2007, all feared that those concluding scenes might by no means be written. yet operating from notes and partials left by means of Jordan, tested myth author Brandon Sanderson stepped in to accomplish the masterwork. With the collection hurricane (Book 12) and Towers of middle of the night (Book thirteen) in the back of him, either one of that have been # 1 ny instances hardcover bestsellers, Sanderson now re-creates the imaginative and prescient that Robert Jordan left behind.
Edited by way of Jordan’s widow, who edited all of Jordan’s books, A reminiscence of sunshine will pride, enthrall, and deeply fulfill all of Jordan’s legions of readers.
The Wheel of Time turns, and a long time come and pass.
What used to be, what is going to be, and what is,
may but fall lower than the Shadow.
Let the Dragon experience back at the winds of time.
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Forever. »— I NEVER HAVE ENOUGH TIME TO GET READY IN THE MORNING. I CAN GET up at seven, or even at six, but I still need another five minutes. Why is it always like that, I wonder? I was standing in front of the mirror, hastily putting on my lipstick, and as always happens when you're in a hurry, the lipstick was going on unevenly, as if I were a schoolgirl who'd secretly borrowed her mother's for the first time. It would have been better not to bother at all and go out without any makeup on. I don't have any complexes about that—I look good enough without it.
Two weeks ago. Left all of a sudden, packed, threw his things into a suitcase and just upped and left you. Without any quarrels, without any arguments. He left the apartment, left the car. " She was trying desperately to remember what she'd told her friend and what she hadn't. She didn't think she'd mentioned black eyebrows. Although the girl really did have a dark complexion, and black hair… Natasha was overcome once again by a wild, blind fury. "And I know why he left, Natashenka… Forgive me for calling you 'my daughter'—you're a strong woman, used to making up your own mind about things, but you're all like my own daughters to me… You didn't have any children, Natasha.
And it's the clash of these that gives rise to freedom! " There's nothing better than forcing someone into a dead end and making him formulate his question properly. People don't usually think about the meaning of the words they say. It seems to them that words convey truth. That when someone hears the word "red" he will think of a ripe raspberry and not a pool of blood. That the word "love" will evoke Shakespeare's sonnets and not the erotic films of Playboy. And they find themselves baffled when the word they've spoken doesn't evoke the right response.