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The sequel trilogy to the Wheel of Time series that Robert Jordan had planned to write. Harriet and I are both firm on this.
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He said that he wanted the series to be finished, but he did not want anything more. He was even uncomfortable with the idea of someone like myself finishing the series. There are, quite literally, only two sentences of explanation from RJ telling us what the plot of the outriggers was to be about. So no, no outriggers.
I highly doubt you will see the prequels either, and for similar reasons. All good things must come to an ending.
And this is ours. Question: Why a delayed ebook release for A Memory of Light? She is uncomfortable with ebooks.
Specifically, she worries about ebooks cutting into the hardcover sales. Many of the bestseller lists are still handling ebooks in somewhat awkward ways. Even though each Wheel of Time book has sold more than its predecessor, including the ones I have worked on.
I personally feel her worries are unfounded, and have explained that to her, but it is not my choice and I respect her reasoning for the decision.
After talking about the issue, we were able to move the ebook up from the originally planned one-year delay to instead come out this spring.
Thank you all for reading, and enjoy the final book. You feel the sense of wonder at the new world as characters discover things, you can feel the desperation in hopeless situations, you take part in the mirth and frustration and every mood that the characters feel. I don't mean to say that every nation, culture, quirk, is broken downand explained in detail--but rather, they're fleshed out throughout the series.
You become familiar with the distinctive dress, speech, naming conventions, habits, and temperaments of well over a doezn different cultures through the book, without him ever breaking down and having to explain it.
At the time that Brandon Sanderson took over the writing, there were about 3 million words of Wheel of Time in print.
Robert Jordan's comprehensive notes included more than 4 million words of unpublished description of the world, of character traits, of nations and histories, everything. And that meticulous care is shown in every book. Events in the first book foreshadow events as late as the 13th book, written years after the author had passed away.
And by foresight I mean not just in hinting at what's going to happen several books before it does, but also in anticipating what a modern reader would think up and then implementing that. I remember thinking about events and possibilities as they opened up, and imagining like a silly fantasy nerd kid how I would do this or use it in that way--and then, two or three books later, feeling both excited that he thought of the same thing I did, and crestfallen because there didn't seem to be an obvious way to improve upon it.
It's presented as a natural force, which some can "channel," and with rules as straightforward but as complex as normal physics. The fabric of the universe itself, called the Pattern, and the way that our lives threads of the pattern weave through it like some giant cosmic quilt, creates a really nifty--but also deep--concept.
Fans objected when he took some time off to expand a short story into a prequel novel called New Spring, so he decided to shelve his plans for additional prequels in favor of finishing off the last two volumes in the series. He rejected criticisms of the later volumes of the series slowing down in pace in order to concentrate on minor secondary characters at the expense of the main characters from the opening volumes, but acknowledged that his structure for the tenth volume, Crossroads of Twilight where he showed a major scene from the prior book, Winter's Heart , from the perspective of the main characters that were not involved in the scene , had not worked out as he had planned.
According to Forbes , Jordan had intended for it to be the final book "even if it reaches 2, pages.
The final book of the series uses Jordan's original title, A Memory of Light. The book was published on January 8, Jordan had left very little in the way of notes for these additional novels—only two sentences in the case of the sequel trilogy.
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Red Eagle cited delays and changes to the creative team on the DB Pro end. On March 17, , they showcased ten pages of art from the prelude to the series "The Wheel of Time: Eye of the World 0 — Dragonmount" on their website.
In other words, I don't really know. It has been in operation almost continuously there was a significant outage during —14 since Notably, the WoTMUD had gained written permission from the author to use his creation including all but major characters. A Wheel of Time computer game was released in Another came in January of last year, when I finished the rough draft of this book.
Fischer This is the second best depiction of Rand among the new covers, and the depiction of channeling works because it focuses on Rand. I also began to dislike, strongly dislike the characters in the bo By the time I got to the end of this book I wanted to dig up the author and bury him again.
I definitely enjoyed the first 3 books in this series. Not so here.