Category Archives: Wot Books

Where’s Bela Wednesday: Pony Pyrotechny

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Hoofprints #3

There aren’t many hoofprints to track in The Dragon Reborn. Bela carries Egwene to Tar Valon and stays there for the rest of the book while every other character scampers around. Has The Dark One lost interest in our heroes? … Continue reading

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My First(ish) Audiobook

For the first time in over ten years, I read an audiobook. It was the Great Hunt. Audiobooks have always been somewhat frustrating for me. I read much faster than spoken word, and I have a lot of books I … Continue reading

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“I Pledge Allegiance to the Great Lord…”

This is a quick one – all I’ve read of The Great Hunt is the prologue, but I wanted to point out some things I really like about how it portrays the “bad guys” of the Wheel of Time. 1. … Continue reading

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Suspicious Activity #3

I have one last suspicious activity to note before moving on. I can’t believe I missed it the first time around – good thing I read the graphic novel too! WHY is Bela even on this journey to begin with? … Continue reading

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Thoughts on The Eye of the World: the Graphic Novel (Volume 1)

I have the great distinction of owning one more WoT book than Erin (The Eye of the World: The Graphic Novel Volume 1), so I would like to post on it before I begin reading The Great Hunt. This is the … Continue reading

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Hoofprints #2

It is my utter and complete pleasure to be honored with discussing the single most suspicious thing The Dark One a.k.a. Bela the horse does over the course of the series: Survive Shadar Logoth. Think about it. 8 horses enter the city … Continue reading

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