A couple days back I finished my journey with Rand al’Thor, the Dragon Reborn, and the other Forces of Light, as they battled the Shadowspawn and the Dark One at Shayol Ghul. A Memory of Light, the final installment of the Wheel of Time series, is everything I could have asked for in a book of this magnitude, but I’m not going to review it.
If you’re already a fan of the Wheel of Time you don’t need my humble encouraging to buy this book and finish the story Robert Jordan set forth 23 years ago. If you’re not – well you’re missing out on one of the most pivotal and well-regarded fantasy series of the modern age. So fix that.
A Memory of Light is the battle for the world itself, and Robert Jordan did a spectacular job setting everything up and answering the questions that fans have held on to for numerous books. A special thanks goes to Brandon Sanderson for piecing together Jordan’s notes and bringing the finale to us all. He’s been one of my favorite authors for ages now and his work on upholding the legacy of Robert Jordan only solidifies him in my mind as not only an incredible author but a fantastic person as well.
My most sincere and heartfelt wishes go to the memory of Robert Jordan for what he has given us. I give thanks to Brandon Sanderson for finishing Robert Jordan’s vision and crafting an incredibly amazing finale from the notes left to him.
“There are no endings, and never will be endings, to the turning of the Wheel of Time.”