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The Fires of Heaven: Book Five of 'The Wheel of Time'
 
 

The Fires of Heaven: Book Five of 'The Wheel of Time' [Kindle Edition]

Robert Jordan
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From Publishers Weekly

Rand al'Thor, the Dragon Reborn, continues his effort to unify the diverse people of a discordant world against the Dark One in this fifth tome of the Wheel of Time series (begun with The Eye of the World ). While the Aes Sedai, women who channel the One Power, and the Forsaken, ancient disciples of the Dark One, strive to bend him to their purposes, Rand leads the clans of the Aiel in a war of unification. Rand must try to master his powers as a man who can channel, while eluding the concomitant madness, as two groups of women attempt to come to his aid. His love, Elayne, Daughter-Heir of Andor, and Nynaeve, both Aes Sedai in training, join a circus to evade an angry sisterhood, and Siuan Sanche, former leader of the Aes Sedai now stripped of her powers, and two companions seek other rebels in an attempt to avert the final doom. Jordan deftly weaves details from previous books into this narrative and includes a glossary so that new readers can pick up the saga at this point. But all should beware: the few months covered here suggest it may be years and many more volumes before this series reaches its conclusion.
Copyright 1993 Reed Business Information, Inc.

From Booklist

This is the fifth volume of a probable eight in Jordan's splendid Wheel of Time saga. The Last Battle is approaching rapidly, for the seals on the Dark One's prison are beginning to crumble and the Aes Sedai (the female adepts) are divided within their own ranks--entirely apart from the Black Ajah, who serve the Dark One (and learn that they are no match for his ancient servants, the Forsaken). Rand al'Thor, the Dragon Reborn, is somewhat closer to ruling the world, thanks to his various allies (including an army of the desert-dwelling Aiel). His comrade Mat Cauthon seems to be another reincarnated hero, while Nynaeve and Elayne, pursuing the Black Ajah, find themselves in company with Birgitte, another legend made flesh, complete with unerring silver arrows. A saga of this size inevitably has a middle several books long, in which everything is carried forward and little is actually resolved. With this caveat, Fires of Heaven upholds the very high standards of this major fantasy epic, with battle scenes, comic interludes, and character development all reaching perhaps the highest point in a work that has lacked for none of these. Roland Green

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 3171 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 992 Seiten
  • Verlag: Tor Books (16. Februar 2010)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B0037V18D2
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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Robert Jordan wurde 1948 in Charleston, South Carolina, als James Oliver Rigney Jr. geboren. Mithilfe seines acht Jahre älteren Bruders lernte er bereits mit vier Jahren lesen. Er absolvierte sein Physikstudium an einer Militäruniversität in South Carolina und arbeitete als Kernenergietechniker bei der Navy. Er kämpfte im Vietnamkrieg und wurde als Soldat ausgezeichnet. Leser kennen ihn vor allem als Autor des Epos "Das Rad der Zeit" (ab 1990), mit dem er die Fantasycommunity begeisterte. Unter weiteren Pseudonymen schrieb er u. a. Romane der "Conan"- und "Fallon"-Serie. 2007 starb Robert Jordan an einer seltenen Blutkrankheit.

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2.0 von 5 Sternen Some Wandering Thoughts 13. Juli 2000
Von Hapworth
Format:Taschenbuch
Well, I made it through book five. I started the Wheel of Time series over a year ago and with each successive book it takes me longer and longer to finish. Like an all-you-can-eat buffet, I started out fast and now (with three books left) I'm more than full. Oh, I'll make it through books six, seven, and eight, but I'm reading (or eating) to fulfil a mission rather than out of hunger.
That said, I won't comment much on the book itself (I've also written amazon reviews for the previous novels). The same usual stuff happens. Elayne and Nynaeve bicker like adolescents. Egwene and Rand bicker like adolescents. Mat chases women. Trollocs attack at will. There's a big final confrontation (gosh, I hope I'm not spoiling things) at the end. Jordan's juvenile obsession with female nudity and sexuality continues. In short, it's the same old, same old.
Rather, I feel like spewing out some thoughts on why this series has received so much attention. Why are there so many readers who can't make it through the first ten pages of The Lord of the Rings (yep, it's true, read through the Amazon comments to see how many readers place Jordan above Toliken) but who CAN make it through EIGHT books and nearly 7,000 pages of this series?
Fantasy is an ancient genre. There are elements of fantasy in the Bible, in Greek Mythology. In fact, it is impossible to date just how far back fantasy goes. Our more typical conception of fantasy (dragons, battles, elves, fairies, etc.) show up in Beowulf, the epic poem, The Faerie Queen, and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Most recently, of course, in the 20th century, J.R.R. Tolkien (who, by the way, translated Gawain), Ursula LeGuin, and John Gardner (in his novel Grendel) have carried on the tradition.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Amazing Story 23. August 1998
Von Ein Kunde
Format:Taschenbuch
I am rereading the series for the umpteenth time, in anticipation of reading "The Path of Daggers." I just finished TFOH. It seems each book in the series is better than its predecessor. Unlike Knight Michaels, who writes nearby, I found a lot of character growth in the book. And, I don't see what he means by his comment about "...murdering characters...." Rand emerges as a complex person. He seems somehow to fully understand that almost everybody wants to kill him or to use him for their own purposes, whether or not it helps the cause. He's the only one who has a holistic view about the nature of the conflict. He hardens himself like iron, using and commanding whole nations against his own nature. And yet, three pretty girls can put him through agonies of uncertainty and self-doubting.
Prior to this book, we knew little about Elayne. Sure, she's a spoiled brat. She's also delightfully spunky and adventurous, and she too is learning how to deal with smart, energetic people like Thom Merrilin in a way that will help her become a ruler. Nynaeve has a ton of conflicts gnawing at her - her relationship with Lan, her feelings about Aes Sedai and Moiraine, being challenged by Egwene, etc. The stable, quiet world in which she lived for 25 years has been replaced by a maelstrom of currents, and she's having a hard time coping. But, she's tough as nails and fierce as a tigress, and she's a heavyweight with the One Power. The scenes with her and Moghedien in the Royal Palace are absolutely riveting.
Mat continues his march to becoming my own favorite character. He would take the easy way out in every situation, but The Wheel won't let him. He is a reluctant hero at best.
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Disclamer:This Review may be a spoiler. Also, if you didn't like the <i>The Lord Of The Rings</b> This is my favorite book!! The Aiel are the most impressive people in a book that I have ever known! The True Souce is the most discriptive power that has been writen. At a perfet par with <i>The PridyenCoranicals</i> by Lloyd Alexander. The Apprentace Adept is less intense, Tolkien is above, but only <i>slightly</i> Ilike the form, and the <b>length</b> of the books. If you don't enjoy an intense novel, filled to the brim with magic and enchanment, don't plunge in to R. Jordan. The loss of intrest during the middle of the book is a bad point, but the end is worth it. The multiyplicity of enemys and heros in astonding. The City of Ruinhidain was a magnifican addition to the Aiel part of the story. The Dark One has not reapperd in any of the dreams, which is a missed part. The Rand al' Thor trasition from the weekness of risitance to the Power is wonderful. Here is an exert from my Web Page The Wheel of Time:
by Robert Jordan
This is an admireable book coletion. The Wheel of time has Seven spokes, Each an Age.The previos age turns to legend. Legend becomes myth and even myth fades away before the age comes again.The Wheel is turned by <i>SADIN</i>, The male half of the true sourse and <i>SADAIR</i>,The female half. Some people can touch the true source. They are called Aes Sendi. Ever sencethe Dark One was relesed by the thirteen Aes Sendi, known asthe Forsaken, and traped by Lewis Therrin {<b>The DRAGON</b>} Their has been a taint on <i>SADIN</i>, making all male users of the One Power to go mad and use the power to destroy the earth. Rand al' Thor is the DRAGON REBORN.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Keine Zeit fuer weitere Folgen dieser Serie
Unsaeglich langatmig, es passiert kaum was auf den gefuehlten 1500 Seiten. Einfach keine Zeit, weitere Baende dieser Folge zu lesen!
Vor 1 Monat von Bodensee veröffentlicht
3.0 von 5 Sternen gutes Buch
More about the forsaken, less about the Dark one. Intriguing book!
Definitiv lesenswert, verwendeter Wortschatz entsprechend der anderen Bücher und ebenso fesselnd !
Vor 5 Monaten von Mariiiiee veröffentlicht
5.0 von 5 Sternen Epische Schlachten, Magieduelle, Intrigen im Königshaus,...
Nachdem Rand al'Thor den Großteil der Aiel Clans unter seiner Führung versammelt hat, gilt es jetzt die abtrünnigen Clans zu unterwerfen. Lesen Sie weiter...
Vor 15 Monaten von David veröffentlicht
5.0 von 5 Sternen Super spannend
Dieses Buch ist so wie die andere fünf von Jordan sehr gut geschrieben.Man kann das Buch nicht zur Seite legen.
Vor 18 Monaten von Sofia Waldmann veröffentlicht
5.0 von 5 Sternen Brilliant!!!
Book 5 of the Wheel Time is still brilliant!

I love the story and the characters ... the whole world Robert Jordan built with the Wheel of Time series!!
Veröffentlicht am 2. Juni 2012 von Melodyrose
5.0 von 5 Sternen Impressive...but filler
Ok this novel was a series filler so to speak. It was just a build up for the following book, but it was still great. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 25. Juli 2000 von Joseph Mikitish
1.0 von 5 Sternen An Exhausting Book
Mr. Jordan appears to have a phenomenal eye for detail, and has the potential to be a very good writer, but his work is crippled by clear imitation and by a certain emotional... Lesen Sie weiter...
Am 25. Juni 2000 veröffentlicht
5.0 von 5 Sternen Robert Jordan's Best
Having read all of Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time books I still think this one is the best yet. There is plenty of character development, and the entire book is filled with action... Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 24. Juni 2000 von Barry J. Glicklich
5.0 von 5 Sternen Keeps getting better and better
Well I finished book 5 The Fires of Heaven and all I can say is that it is great. Rand and Aviendha's some what relationship took a step up. Lesen Sie weiter...
Veröffentlicht am 14. Juni 2000 von patrick peralta
5.0 von 5 Sternen The Fires of Heaven (Wheel of Time, Book 5)
I LOVED this book. Everything was so descriptive (but not boring). It was vivid; I could SEE the events taking place, hear the word exchanges, and FEEL the characters' emotions. Lesen Sie weiter...
Am 30. Mai 2000 veröffentlicht
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