Book Eleven of 'The Wheel of Time,' Blade of Dreams (Hardcover)

Book Eleven of 'The Wheel of Time,' Blade of Dreams (Hardcover)
Book Eleven of 'The Wheel of Time,' Blade of Dreams (Hardcover)


Since its debut in 1990, it has received a lot of attention.

The Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan has spellbound many perusers all over the planet with its extension, inventiveness, and convincing characters.

The Wheel of Time spins, and the Ages pass through, leaving behind recollections that become legends. When the Age that gave birth to it reappears, legend mixes into imagination, and legend is forgotten for a long time. The World and Time themselves remain in a critical situation in the Third Age, an Age of Prophecy. What was, will be, and is yet possible to fall under the Shadow.

The dead are strolling, men bite the inconceivable dust passings, and it appears like reality itself has become unsound: All are indications of the approach of Tarmon Gai'don, the Last Battle, when Rand author, the Dragon Reborn, should defy the Dark One as humankind's just expectation.

Rand is unaware that Perrin has established his ceasefire with the Seanchan. In his eyes, it is an arrangement made with the Dark One, yet he will do whatever is expected to safeguard his significant other, Faile, and eradicate the Shaido who caught her. Among the Shaido, Faile attempts to free herself while concealing a mysterious that may give her opportunity or cause her obliteration. In Malden, the Two Rivers longbow will face up against Shaido lances.

Mat tries to woo the woman to whom he is half-hitched after escaping Ebou Dar through Seanchan-controlled Altara with the stolen Daughter of the Nine Moons, knowing that she will eventually complete the help.

Nonetheless, Tuon coolly drives him on a bright seek after as he finds that even a gift can have significant significance among the Seanchan Blood, and what he thinks he knows about women isn't with the result of saving him.

In Caemlyn, Elayne fights to get the Lion Throne while avoiding what gives off an impression of being a certain affable struggle. Would it fit for her she won the crown...

Egwene fights from within the White Tower to destabilize the sisters who are loyal to Elaida.

The breezes of time have transformed into a whirlwind, and things that everyone acknowledges are repaired set everlastingly are changing before their eyes. For sure, even the White Tower itself is not a place of prosperity.

Robert Jordan fostered the made-up figure The Wheel of Time.

The Wheel of Time's Companion This article was composed by Robert Jordan and Amy Romanczuk.

Models from The Wheel of Time: This shading sheet was roused by Robert Jordan's clever The Wheel of Time.

Concerning the Author

ROBERT JORDAN (1948-2007) is most popular for his top-tier epic dream set of three The Wheel of Time, which has sold more than 40 million duplicates in North America and is right now being adjusted for the big screen.

ROBERT JORDAN Book Eleven of 'The Wheel of Time,' Blade of Dreams (Hardcover)

 Jordan, a native of Charleston, graduated from The Citadel, South Carolina's Military Academy, with a degree in science. He made two outings to Vietnam with the United States Armed Forces and got various enhancements for his administration.

Praise For

"His incredible, objective arranged Wheel of Time series rethought the class," says acclaim for Robert Jordan and The Wheel of Time. George R. R. Martin, maker of A Game of Thrones

"Any person making epic out of helper world dream acknowledges Robert Jordan isn't just a piece of the scene; he's a stone landmark inside the scene." Patrick Rothfuss writes the Kingkiller Chronicles.

"When I first saw The Eye of the World, it was a watershed moment in my life. What I read piqued my interest. (From that moment forward, I pushed forward to compose my bigger dream books.)." - Robin Hobb, writer of the honor winning series Realm of the Elderlings "Robert Jordan's work has had a formative effect and filled in as a wellspring of motivation for researchers in the time of creative mind." Brent Weeks, the author of The Way of Shadows, is a New York Times best-selling author.

"Jordan's syntheses are staggering! The portrayal, the tender loving care!" Clint McElroy, co-producer of the #1 web recording The Adventure Zone

"[Robert Jordan's] influence on the spot of the creative mind in the lifestyle is titanic... He conveyed incalculable perusers to dream. He transformed into the New York Times hit list face of the creative mind." –

"Robert Jordan was a goliath of fiction whose writings enabled a whole time of creative thinking writers, including myself, to establish our authentic voices," says Guy Gavriel Kay, author of A Brightness Long Ago. I expressed profound gratitude to him then, yet I didn't offer thanks toward him enough." "I'm not mindful of any individual who has had as much impact on my improvement as an author as Robert Jordan."

I will be unceasingly appreciative," says Peter V. Brett, maker of the overall top-rated Demon Cycle series. -

Riot Baby and War Girls author Tochi Onyebuchi

"I've never identified myself as a fan of anything, except The Wheel of Time.

Without him, present daydream would be deprived of the broad, profound universes and the goliath projects that I sincerely love. I can rarely check out another creator and say that that individual cleared my direction. Yet, such is the situation with Jordan."  

Jenn Lyons wrote the novel The Ruin of Kings. "You can't talk about epic dreams without mentioning Robert Jordan's massive impact on the genre."

 Jason Denzel, creator of Mystic and organizer of

"Jordan has ascended to the realm's throne Tolkien began to unveil."

The New York Times is a newspaper published in New York City. "The Wheel of Time is quickly establishing itself as the classic American dream adventure," says the author. It's a fantasy story that only occasionally rose to and still occasionally outperformed in English." "Difficult to put down for even a second." - Chicago Sun-Times

A fittingly epic determination to a dream series that many think about truly outstanding ever." - San Francisco Book Review

"The most eager American dream adventure [may] additionally be the best. Wealthy exhaustively, and his plot is wealthy in the episode. Amazing work, and strongly suggested." - Booklist

"Reviews crafted by Tolkien." - Publishers Weekly.

"This lavishly definite dream presents a completely acknowledged, complex experience. Suggested." - Library Journal

Journal of the Library of Congress "Jordan has engulfed the universe that Tolkien had begun to reveal." - According to The New York Times, "In a strong novel of wide and intricate degree, Jordan may take... natural components and make them his own."

Open strict and political struggles add a dirty authenticity, while the urban areas and courts give a lot of show and wonder. Ladies play a more grounded part than in Tolkien.

Each character in this large cast retains their individuality. Their projects are diverse and exciting. The Eye of the World remains solitary as a dream epic." - Locus.

"Robert Jordan has made a dreamland as unmistakable and sound as history. He has a high sense of performance and a sharp eye for detail. "Morgan Llewelyn (Morgan Llewelyn)

(Morgan Llewelyn's "The Eye of the World, by Robert Jordan shows that the archaic tradition of epic dreaming has a lot of life left in it. Jordan has a strong vision of good and wickedness - however, what strikes me as generally pleasurable regarding The Eye of the World is every one of the fascinating individuals traveling through a rich and intriguing world." - Orson Scott Card.

"Jordan's reality is wealthy exhaustively, and his plot is wealthy in an episode. Great work, and enthusiastically suggested." - ALA Booklist

Item Details

ISBN: 9780312873073

ISBN-10: 0312873077

Distributer: Tor Books

Pages: 752

Language: English

Series: Wheel of Time

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