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It's like the most amazing fantasy i've ever read it challenges structure because its so brilliantly done and worded just a master product, and the story... oh... my.. god... amazing; only plans to be a trilogy but [[Wikipedia:The Name of the Wind|The Name of the Wind]] and [[Wikipedia:The Wise Man's Fear|The Wise Man's Fear]] are absolutely brilliant I mean if i had to pick my top 3 book series
 
It's like the most amazing fantasy i've ever read it challenges structure because its so brilliantly done and worded just a master product, and the story... oh... my.. god... amazing; only plans to be a trilogy but [[Wikipedia:The Name of the Wind|The Name of the Wind]] and [[Wikipedia:The Wise Man's Fear|The Wise Man's Fear]] are absolutely brilliant I mean if i had to pick my top 3 book series
   
1. [[Wikipedia:The Kingkiller Chronicles|The Kingkiller Chronicles]]
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1. [[Wikipedia:The Kingkiller Chronicle|The Kingkiller Chronicle]]
   
 
2. [[Wikipedia:A Song of Ice and Fire|A Song of Ice and Fire]]
 
2. [[Wikipedia:A Song of Ice and Fire|A Song of Ice and Fire]]

Revision as of 00:03, August 14, 2012

Wheel of Time books conversation

The Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan (a mini imaigine The Lord of the Rings but with more political intrigue within the world, and a prophacy to be fulfilled of the Dragon Reborn with a more interconnected story and a cycle because the books will end where it began basically but uh yeah its good i guess though what really stops it from being great is that it has a over abundance of The Lord of the Rings influence to the point its like "really?" XD theres trollocs in here who may as well be called hobbits then you have the Dark One and the Creator (not as original in terms of naming atleast unlike Sauron or Eru Illuvatar but it gets the job done) etc plus its pacing at first is good then it becomes immensely slow but now each books really faster paced but yeah good series check it out its pretty thick read to theres 15 books in it and each one is basically 700-1,000+ pages each book kind of like each book in the mind blowingly epic A Song of Ice and Fire series XD Ultimate Law of Kaitlyn (talk) 05:22, July 11, 2012 (UTC)

Ah, I see

So... ...it's more cliche? Less nuanced? HiddenVale 22:38, July 11, 2012 (UTC)

i wouldnt say ts more cliche but it does have some cliches to it naturally but its very good i just wouldnt put it up there with The Lord of the Rings, A Song of Ice and Fire, The Kingkiller Chronicles or even The Elder Scrolls (yes lol a game series :P ) but check it out worth a read i thinkUltimate Law of Kaitlyn (talk) 06:55, July 13, 2012 (UTC)

Elder Scrolls. Phtah! HiddenVale (talk) 23:34, July 21, 2012 (UTCR)

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Thanks {{SUBST:User:Dduffurg48/sig}} 20:15, August 5, 2012 (UTC)

The Kingkiller Chronicles

It's like the most amazing fantasy i've ever read it challenges structure because its so brilliantly done and worded just a master product, and the story... oh... my.. god... amazing; only plans to be a trilogy but The Name of the Wind and The Wise Man's Fear are absolutely brilliant I mean if i had to pick my top 3 book series

1. The Kingkiller Chronicle

2. A Song of Ice and Fire

3. The Malazan Book of the Fallen

then the rest dont matter! just amazing!Ultimate Law of Kaitlyn (talk) 00:02, August 14, 2012 (UTC)

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