The Path of Daggers - Robert Jordan

The Path of Daggers

By Robert Jordan

  • Release Date - Published: 2010-05-18
  • Book Genre: Epic
  • Author: Robert Jordan
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The Wheel of Time is now an original series on Prime Video, starring Rosamund Pike as Moiraine!

Since its debut in 1990, The Wheel of Time® by Robert Jordan has captivated millions of readers around the globe with its scope, originality, and compelling characters.

The Wheel of Time turns and Ages come and go, leaving memories that become legend. Legend fades to myth, and even myth is long forgotten when the Age that gave it birth returns again. In the Third Age, an Age of Prophecy, the World and Time themselves hang in the balance. What was, what will be, and what is, may yet fall under the Shadow.

The Seanchan invasion force is in possession of Ebou Dar. Nynaeve, Elayne, and Aviendha head for Caemlyn and Elayne's rightful throne, but on the way they discover an enemy much worse than the Seanchan.

In Illian, Rand vows to throw the Seanchan back as he did once before. But signs of madness are appearing among the Asha'man.

In Ghealdan, Perrin faces the intrigues of Whitecloaks, Seanchan invaders, the scattered Shaido Aiel, and the Prophet himself. Perrin's beloved wife, Faile, may pay with her life, and Perrin himself may have to destroy his soul to save her.

Meanwhile the rebel Aes Sedai under their young Amyrlin, Egwene al'Vere, face an army that intends to keep them away from the White Tower. But Egwene is determined to unseat the usurper Elaida and reunite the Aes Sedai. She does not yet understand the price that others--and she herself--will pay.

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  • This is a slower one..

    By Rob Sketcherman
    Although a fan of fantasy series, I’d somehow never heard of the Wheel of Time until news of Amazon Prime shooting the series. I LOVE good sprawling epics with worlds that pop into life, stocked with great characters, and the promise of 14 in this series made me settle in with glee, so I started getting through the books one after the other a few weeks ago. Most volumes spend the entire book weaving characters together and setting the scene for an epic battle in the final chapters. 8 books in, there are so many threads woven by the Wheel that it takes time to pick up and follow the patterns of each development. This book does not follow previous templates, but I’m guessing the next book will explain what happened. Nice to break the monotony of that particular plot rhythm too. Yes, I have to commend Robert Jordan for creating so many strong main female characters, but now wonder if he actually knew many women well. While the author does a really good job fleshing out his world in intriguing detail, my major gripe is how, without fail, EVERY SINGLE female character “plants fists on her hips” at some point. Every single one. Actually, at regular intervals too. I do not know a single woman who actually does this. It’s so cartoony I groan every time this phrase pops up yet again every few chapters. They get a little 1 dimensional after a bit, but there are yet more books to go. We’ll see. Ah well….while the pace sometimes plods, I’m too far in to stop now, and have to see how things end so Book 9, here I come.

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