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How to Start Reading Fantasy Books

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The fantasy genre is huge, and the choices in shops is only getting bigger. If you are new to the fantasy genre, I have a few places for you to start your journey! If you want to jump in the deep end pick up Robert Jordan’s ‘Wheel of Time’ series. The first book is The

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Why I’m Stuck on Book 5 of The Wheel of Time Series

If you have seen any of my reviews for books 1-4 of Robert Jordan’s series, you will know that I have loved most of them and enjoyed the others. (I will leave links below of the reviews). This book, however, is slow. Even by Wheel of Time standards! That is not to say that it

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The Shadow Rising by Robert Jordan: Book Review

My Review My Rating: 5/5 SPOILER FREE I was wrong in my review of The Dragon Reborn, book 3 in Robert Jordan‘s The Wheel of Time fantasy series– this is now my favourite entry in the series! And wholly because of Perrin’s arc. In The Shadow Rising, Rand’s life becomes EVEN more complicated, we learn

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The Dragon Reborn by Robert Jordan: Book Review

My Review My Rating: 5/5 SPOILER FREE By far the best book of the series so far I was glad to see very little of Rand and more of Perrin, Mat, and everyone else in The Dragon Reborn by Robert Jordan as they are far more interesting. Mat’s character developed a lot in this book,

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The Great Hunt by Robert Jordan: Book Review

My Review My Rating: 5/5 SPOILER FREE Having been introduced to the world and the characters in The Eye of the World, reading The Great Hunt felt like it went a lot faster than the first. The Great Hunt by Robert Jordan is more about character development than anything else, I think. Yes, the story

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The Eye of the World by Robert Jordan: Book Review

My Review My Rating: 5/5 SPOILER FREE The book begins slowly The Eye of the World by Robert Jordan takes around 10 chapters for our protagonists to leave on their journey. I enjoyed this. Emond’s Field is a Shire-like setting, essentially detached from the rest of the world. It is safe and homely, filled with

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