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The Wheel of Time Series

by Robert Jordan

"The Wheel of Time turns,
and Ages come and pass,
leaving memories that become legend.
Legend fades to myth,
and even myth is long forgotten
when the Age that gave it birth
comes again."

The Story

Aes Sedai, the wielders of the One Power, have long been feared by many. Even the most powerful dance on Tar Valon puppet strings like this wacko girlie here...heheh!! Lews Therin Telamon was THE most powerful - as IS the Dragon Reborn. Rand al'Thor, the Dragon, is suddenly pulled out of his peaceful village "The Two Rivers" to face a life of danger and uncertainty - with a certainty at the end. He is fated to face the Dark One in the last battle and die - unless he does not go mad and die first from the taint on saidin.

Yet, he is not the only one. Along with Rand, two other boys from Emond's Field - Mat Cauthon and Perrin Aybara - are also ta'veren. Egwene and Nynaeve, also from the same village, face drastic changes in their lives. Both can channel!!! Nynaeve had a block - only being able to channel when angry. Still, she was powerful enough to defeat one of the Forsaken (when angry).

Aviendha, an Aiel "Maiden of the Spear", is also one of the three women - THREE - in Rand's life. She's constantly fussing about ji'e'toh, the Aiel code of honor. Always loyal, she's dedicated to her near-sister Elayne, one of the five female protagonists. But...they do like the same man...
This is a quoo fan art picture done by Bryan Ecker. Please click on the thumbnail to enlarge it. It's awesome!!!

The Author

Robert Jordan always has this dumb, gross-looking gray illustration of himself in every da__ned book jacket... But he actually took a picture for the release of Book 8 (yes, there are EIGHT of these books).
::snicker:: He looks like a Tinker/Mat when he's 50!!!
You can call for Robert Jordan's recorded informative message at St. Martin Press's toll-free number, although they haven't updated it in awhile. It's 1-800-221-7945, then extension 701...hehehh
Oh, and recently, he gave an interview for It's like, a little over 21 minutes. If you feel like listening to him *semi- argue* w/ the guy who is heading the interview, please click here. =P

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