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The Wheel of Time turns and Ages come and pass. What was, what will be, and what is, may yet fall under the Shadow. For centuries, gleemen have told of The Great Hunt of the Horn. Now the Horn itself is found: the Horn of Valere long thought only legend, the Horn which will raise the dead heroes of the ages.

And it is stolen.



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    Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin

    Dec 30, 2015

    rated it
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    I say this all of the time, but reading old school fantasy books is like reading with a friend. And they remind me of when I was young. I don’t know why. Maybe because I’m old school.

    Happy Reading!

    Mel ❤

    Happy Reading!

    Mel ❤️
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    Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁ Rabid Reads

    2/1/16: Day 1 of WoT #2 buddy (re)read in BB&B !

    We’re only reading one book per month, so if you want to jump in, you’ve got plenty of time to squeeze in The Eye of the World and still participate.

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads

    NOTICE: this reread is in preparation for finally biting the bullet and reading book 14. That means I HAVE NOT read book 14 yet. Please be mindful of this in the comments, both for me and for others who may or may not have progressed past this point in the series. Thank y

    We’re only reading one book per month, so if you want to jump in, you’ve got plenty of time to squeeze in The Eye of the World and still participate.

    Reviewed by: Rabid Reads

    NOTICE: this reread is in preparation for finally biting the bullet and reading book 14. That means I HAVE NOT read book 14 yet. Please be mindful of this in the comments, both for me and for others who may or may not have progressed past this point in the series. Thank you.

    For whatever reason, this is the installment that’s held up the least well for me. Not b/c it’s not awesome–it absolutely is–but b/c even MORE awesomeness is IMMINENT.

    And I know it (b/c fiendish rereader).

    SO. We have a Dragon Reborn and a Wolfbrother, but what’s behind door #3? *raises hand* b/c I know, I know! *sighs*

    The Great Hunt is a concept that can be found in numerous mythologies, but (not surprisingly) my favorite versions have always been the ones with Fae roots.

    If you’re unfamiliar, it’s fairly simple: if the moon is particularly bright, and you hear a horn sounding in the distance, DO NOT LEAVE THE SAFETY OF YOUR HOME. B/c Fae on horses-that-don’t-get-tired with hounds-that-have-super-senses (and may or may not have been human at some point), are out and about, hunting “big game” and NO GOOD can come of you getting caught up in that shit.

    Jordan’s version is pretty nifty too.

    The Horn of Valere, prophecied to be found (just?) before the Last Battle, will call the greatest heroes who have ever lived to fight on behalf of the horn-sounder . . . whatever their intent may be . . .

    YES, you read that correctly. The greatest heroes of legend will be compelled to fight for either good or evil, depending on who gets their grubby lips on it first.

    So that’s exciting.

    Which is kind of impressive if you think about it: a hunt for a brass instrument vs. a hunt for human prey?

    But yeah:

    ” . . . for the grave is no bar to my call.”

    *goosebumps*

    BUT. If I’m being honest, there are a couple of legitimate reasons that I didn’t like this installment quite as much as the last one. You know, beyond being impatient for my favorite character to stop being an adolescent idiot.

    Like Lanfear.

    One of Forsaken, Lanfear has been used as a boogieman to scare children into behaving (a concept that I find horrific, incidentally . . . Does anyone actually do that? Tell their children that some super scary monster-person will get them while they’re sleeping, if they don’t do as they’re told? I sincerely hope not . . .). Anyway, this early in the series, the Forsaken are mostly feared for nebulous follower-of-the-Dark-One reasons.

    However . . . we do learn a few things about Lanfear:

    1. Before Lews Therin (the Dragon) met and married his wife Ilyena, Lanfear had been his lover.
    2. Ultimately . . . the reason she joined the dark side is b/c hell hath no fury . . . YES, seriously . . .

    And she wants him back.

    Does not care that the Dragon Reborn is a completely different, maybe twenty-years-old model, when she herself probably had a couple of centuries under her belt before she was sealed inside the Dark One’s prison for several thousand years.

    If that wasn’t obnoxious enough–and trust me, it is–she still hasn’t figured out that it was her obsession with power and acquiring ALL OF IT that drove Lews Therin away the first time.

    So we get to watch her numerous failed attempts to entice Dragon Reborn into seeking glory for himself.

    It’s just sad.

    I mean, really . . . how can she claim to love him, yet willfully know nothing about him?

    Then there are the Seanchan . . . and the Seanchan freak me the hell out.

    Besides practicing numerous and varied types of slavery, which shows a terrifying lack of regard for human life . . . These people aren’t just ethnocentric, they’re an entire population brainwashed into wholeheartedly believing in the superiority of specific types of people and the inferiority of others . . . o.O

    Right. So in addition to that, they’ve tamed monsters (like grolm: bear-sized, three-eyed beasts with grayish green, lizard-like, impossible to penetrate with things like swords or arrows, hide, and sharp, hooked beak-like mouths) to the point of riding them like horses.

    And what do they wear when they ride their pet monsters?

    Metal armor lacquered and segmented to look like an insect carapace . . . to better match the mandibles and feelers on their helmets . . .

    Ye gods.

    I don’t know about you guys, but I can’t come up with a scarier image than a GIANT INSECT riding some kind of prehistoric-looking monster into battle. Oh, and the ground might just swallow you whole before you even get a chance to defend yourself, b/c wielders of the One Power? Yeah, they’re one of the MANY previously mentioned enslaved people groups.

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    Still a fantastic installment though. PLUS, *whispers* I may not have mentioned it, but WoT #3 brings ALL KINDS of awesome, so gird your loins, little fishy . . . and keep on swimmin’.

    Jessica Signature

    My other reviews for this series:


    The Eye of the World (Wheel of Time, #1) by Robert Jordan


    The Dragon Reborn (Wheel of Time, #3) by Robert Jordan


    The Shadow Rising (Wheel of Time, #4) by Robert Jordan


    The Fires of Heaven (Wheel of Time, #5) by Robert Jordan


    Lord of Chaos (Wheel of Time, #6) by Robert Jordan


    A Crown of Swords (Wheel of Time, #7) by Robert Jordan


    The Path of Daggers (Wheel of Time, #8) by Robert Jordan


    Winter’s Heart (Wheel of Time, #9) by Robert Jordan


    Crossroads of Twilight (Wheel of Time, #10) by Robert Jordan


    New Spring (Wheel of Time, #0) by Robert Jordan

    Highlights:

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    “There is one rule, above all others, for being a man. Whatever comes, face it on your feet.”

    As they approached the women’s apartments, Lan suddenly snapped, “Cat Crosses the Courtyard!”
    Startled, Rand instinctively assumed the walking stance as he had been taught, back straight but every muscle loose, as if he hung from a wire at the top of his head. It was a relaxed, almost arrogant, saunter.

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    2. Portal Stones:

    “Is that Hawkwing’s monument, Lord Rand?” Hurin asked uneasily. “It doesn’t look right, somehow.”
    Rand recognized the harsh, angular script that covered the face of the monument, and he recognized some of the symbols chiseled on the breadth, chiseled as tall as a man. The horned skull of the Dha’vol Trollocs. The iron fist of the Dhai’mon. The trident of the Ko’bal, and the whirlwind of the Ahf’frait. There was a hawk, too, carved near the bottom. With a wingspan of ten paces, it lay on its back, pierced by a lightning bolt, and ravens pecked at its eyes. The huge wings atop the spire seemed to block the sun.
    He heard Loial galloping up behind him.
    “I tried to tell you, Rand,” Loial said. “It is a raven, not a hawk. I could see it clearly.” Hurin turned his horse, refusing even to look at the spire any longer.
    “But how?” Rand said. “Artur Hawkwing won a victory over the Trollocs here. Ingtar said so.”
    “Not here,” Loial said slowly. “Obviously not here. ‘From Stone to Stone run the lines of it, between the worlds that might be.’ I’ve been thinking on it, and I believe I know what ‘the worlds that might be’ are. Maybe I do. Worlds our world might have been if things had happened differently. Maybe that’s why it is all so . . . washed- out looking. Because it’s an ‘if,’ a ‘maybe.’ Just a shadow of the real world. In this world, I think, the Trollocs won. Maybe that’s why we have not seen any villages or people.”

    3. Trollocs as puppets in the Foregate. It’s just cool. The end.

    4. Fly in the Seanchan ointment:

    “Where are you . . . we . . . going?” Seta said, quickly adding, “If I may ask?”
    “Into the lions’ den,” Elayne told her.
    “To dance with the Dark One,” Min said.
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    Forsaken:

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    Foresight:

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    The man who channels stands alone.
    He gives his friends for sacrifice.
    Two roads before him, one death beyond dying, one
    to life eternal.
    Which will he choose? Which will he choose?
    What hand shelters? What hand slays?
    Blood feeds blood.
    Blood calls blood.
    Blood is, and blood was, and blood shall ever be.

    Luc came to the Mountains of Dhoom.
    Isam waited in the high passes.
    The hunt is now begun. The Shadow’s hounds now
    course, and kill.
    One did live, and one did die, but both are.
    The Time of Change has come.
    Blood feeds blood.
    Blood calls blood.
    Blood is, and blood was, and blood shall ever be.

    The Watchers wait on Toman’s Head.
    The seed of the Hammer burns the ancient tree.
    Death shall sow, and summer burn, before the Great Lord comes.
    Death shall reap, and bodies fail, before the Great Lord comes.
    Again the seed slays ancient wrong, before the Great Lord comes.
    Now the Great Lord comes.
    Now the Great Lord comes.
    Blood feeds blood.
    Blood calls blood.
    Blood is, and blood was, and blood shall ever be.
    Now the Great Lord comes.

    “Now, ‘the ancient tree,'” Verin said, immersed in her own thoughts. “There have always been rumors–no more than that–that while the nation of Almoth still lived, they had a branch of Avendesora, perhaps even a living sapling. And the banner of Almoth was ‘blue for the sky above, black for the earth below, with the spreading Tree of Life to join them.’ Of course, Taraboners call themselves the Tree of Man, and claim to be descended from rulers and nobles in the Age of Legends . . . “

    2. “Twice and twice shall he be marked,
    twice to live, and twice to die.
    Once the heron, to set his path.
    Twice the heron, to name him true.
    Once the Dragon, for remembrance lost.
    Twice the Dragon, for the price he must pay.”

    “Twice dawns the day when his blood is shed.
    Once for mourning, once for birth.
    Red on black, the Dragon’s blood stains the
    rock of Shayol Ghul.
    In the Pit of Doom shall his blood free men
    from the Shadow.”

    (hide spoiler)]

    Insight:

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    2. “A quarterstaff,” he said, surprised. “I didn’t know Ogier carried weapons, Loial.”
    “Usually we do not,” the Ogier replied almost curtly. “Usually. The price has always been too high.”
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    Musings:

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    Umm . . . b/c you probably “arranged” to have them killed, you shiesty broad.

    (hide spoiler)]

    It makes me laugh:

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    2. Shaken at finding Trollocs in the heart of Fal Dara keep, he did the form so badly Lan would have stalked off in disgust.

    3. So why aren’t you gone?”
    Rand shrugged. “I was going, but first the Amyrlin came, and then the Horn was stolen, and the dagger, and Moiraine said Mat was dying, and. . . . Light, I thought I could stay with you until we found the dagger, at least; I thought I could help with that. Maybe I was wrong.”
    “You came because of the dagger?” Mat said quietly. He rubbed his nose and grimaced. “I never thought of that. I never thought you wanted to. . . . Aaaah! Are you feeling all right? I mean, you aren’t going mad already, are you?”
    Rand dug a pebble out of the ground and threw it at him.

    4. Verin glanced at Perrin, and he shifted uneasily. “A new sniffer, just when you lose your old one. How . . . providential.”

    5. Gawyn scratched his head, then shook it. “Well, if it has anything to do with Rand al’Thor, be sure you don’t let Elaida hear of it. She has been at me like a Whitecloak Questioner three times since we arrived. I do not think she means him any—” He gave a start; there was a woman crossing the garden, a woman in a red-fringed shawl. “ ‘Name the Dark One,’ ” he quoted, “ ‘and he appears.’ I do not need another lecture about wearing my shirt when I’m out of the practice yards. Good morning to you all.”

    My sister and I say this instead of “speak of the devil.” True story.

    6. “Thom, I know you said a clean break, but I had to get away from those women. All they wanted to talk about was their husbands being away, but they were already hinting at other things.” Thom choked on his wine, and Rand slapped his back. “You drink too fast, and something always goes down the wrong way. Thom, they think I am plotting with Barthanes, or maybe Galldrian, and I don’t think they will believe me when I say I’m not. I just needed an excuse to leave them.”
    Thom stroked his long mustaches with one knuckle and peered across the room at the three women. They were still standing together, watching Rand and him. “I recognize those three, boy. Breane Taborwin alone would give you an education such as every man should have at least once in his life, if he can live through it. Worried about their husbands. I like that, boy.”

    7. Loial was twirling the stem of a trueheart blossom between his fingers. “Did you go picking flowers?” Rand asked.
    “Erith gave it to me.” Loial watched the yellow petals spin. “She really is very pretty, even if Mat does not see it.”
    “Does that mean you don’t want to go with us after all?”
    Loial gave a start. “What? Oh, no. I mean, yes. I do want to go. She only gave me a flower. Just a flower.” He took a book out of his pocket, though, and pressed the blossom under the front cover. As he returned the book, he murmured to himself, barely loud enough for Rand to hear, “And she said I was handsome, too.” Mat let out a wheeze and doubled over, staggering along clutching his sides, and Loial’s cheeks colored. “Well . . . she said it. I didn’t.”
    Perrin rapped Mat smartly on the top of his head with his knuckles. “Nobody ever said Mat was handsome. He’s just jealous.”
    “That’s not true,” Mat said, straightening abruptly. “Marisa Ayellin thinks I’m handsome. She told me so more than once.”
    “Is Marisa pretty?” Loial asked.
    “She has a face like a goat,” Perrin said blandly.

    I LOVE this early banter between the Big Three.

    8. “I like older men,” she told him. “I like men with education, and wit. I have no interest in farms, or sheep, or shepherds. Especially boy shepherds.” With a sigh, she smoothed back the hair from his face; he had silky hair. “But then, you aren’t a shepherd, are you? Not anymore. Light, why did the Pattern have to catch me up with you? Why couldn’t I have something safe and simple, like being shipwrecked with no food and a dozen hungry Aielmen?” (hide spoiler)]
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    Nimrod Daniel

    Oct 15, 2017

    rated it
    it was amazing

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    review of another edition

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    The Eye of The world has some problems, but this book totally nailed it! The Great Hunt is significantly better in almost every aspect. Book 1 had serious pacing issues and is somewhat generic as it reminded me LoTR in a few ways. It was ok and very average, but not much more than that. It showed some potential, especially toward the ending, but I expected much more from it. Not true true for book 2, though, as Jordan solved a few problems and upped his game. Big Time.

    The writing style is just a

    The writing style is just as good as book 1 was, but the book is a lot better structure-wise, and always things seem to happen, with almost no slow chapters that go nowhere.

    There is really interesting world-building here, as we get to know a lot more places, including The White Tower. New Enemies are introduced – Seanchan, which seem to have a very intriguing culture, we learn more about The White Cloaks, Padan Fain, The Forsaken, and get some glimpses into The Age of Legends.

    As for Characters, Rand gets much more depth and I really start to like him. There’s a lot of development when it comes to Nynaeve and Egwene, both are slowly becoming my favorite characters. Nynaeve rocks, really, I like that girl. Even though Perrin and Matt seem like they have important roles, we don’t really get to know them much better in book 2. Perrin was pretty much well-drawn in book 1, but he didn’t evolve much in book 2. Matt was ok in both books, but not much more than that.
    New Aes Sedai are being introduced – Elayne and Min, who join Nynaeve and Egwene at The White Tower, The Amyrlin herself , Verin, and Liandrin from the Red Aja.

    I don’t want to reveal much, so I refrained from telling anything in regard to the plot. But the plot is very engaging, I always wanted to know what happens next. Epic fantasy at its best!

    To conclude, The Great Hunt is a brilliant book. One of the most enjoyable books I’ve read this year.

    4.5-4.75/5
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