The Shadow Rising

Book Four of "The Wheel of Time"

by | Publisher: Orbit
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Rand al'Thor, the dragon reborn, the man whose destiny it is to save the world and yet, in the saving, destroy it, encounters more of the prophecies that control his life. He also confronts the Dark One - a power that promises the madness that he kno ...Continua
Ha scritto il 09/01/14
Jordan e' un discreto creatore di storie e questo capitolo della saga continua a dare l'impressione che i personaggi comprimari diventano sempre piu interessanti del presunto protagonista. Rand e' noioso, monodimensionale e illogico, il gran climax f...Continua
Ha scritto il 27/03/12
One of my favorites in the series

Perrin & Faile in the Two Rivers is well-written & moving. Matrim becoming the man he is fated to be and of course Egwene starts Dreamwalker training. Rand is well, Rand. Heads up on huge battle at the end.

Ha scritto il 09/03/11
I do not know why I like this series, I mean the protagonist is almost a walking cliche`, the portrayal of women is awful, not quite powerless, but always scheming and plotting in the shadows, the books so far always end up in a hyper-powered magical...Continua
Ha scritto il 14/08/10
TSR is definitely my favorite book of the series. Every single plot thread is amazing and exciting. Robert Jordan managed to make a well-constructed story with the right amount of dramatic tension, and unlike several other books in this series the pa...Continua
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Ha scritto il 06/01/08

I really loved this series, at least as far as I got. Once they're all done I plan to pick them back up again.

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