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    • It is a series worthy of a serious reader. Strong in-depth characters and more story arcs than any series has a right to have. At times (books 4-6) it an seem overwhelming, but it's good and, I think, redefined modern fantasy, thus paving the way for Game of Thrones as well as other more character driven books.

    • Jason, I'm very happy to see you here. I have to confess that I was the one responding to your comment on MeWe. Hope you'll like what we've built here and I would love to continue our conversation and if something doesn't work right or confusing, please ask.

      Welcome to Cake 😉.

    • Forgive the potato quality, but it's dark in here right now.

      WoT holds a special place for me. I'm on my eighth read-through now, and between the rich complexity of the world and the length of the epic saga, it always feels like the first-ish time.

      I told @Chris last night that still prefer old fashioned books despite the ubiquity of eReaders. This series is one of the reasons why.

    • I used to have all of those, too. Most in hardback except for the first book which I bought before the series was allowed to be printed in hardback. A few years ago I donated by 750+ book collection to a small rural library system.