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  • Taschenbuch: 1056 Seiten
  • Verlag: Little, Brown Book Group; Auflage: New Ed (10. August 1995)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 185723300X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1857233001
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 10,9 x 4,5 x 17,7 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 4.0 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (163 Kundenrezensionen)
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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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With THE WHEEL OF TIME, Jordan has come to dominate the world that Tolkien began to reveal THE NEW YORK TIMES A powerful vision of good and evil ORSON SCOTT CARD Epic in every sense THE TIMES Well written adventure on the grand scale ANNE MCCAFFREY

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Rand al' Thor, the Dragon Reborn, strives to bind the nations of the world to his will, to forge the alliances that will fight the advance of the Shadow and to ready the forces of Light for the Last Battle. But there are other powers that seek to command the war against the Dark One. In the White Tower the Amyrlin Elaida sets a snare to trap the Dragon, whilst the rebel Aes Sedai scheme to bring her down. And as the realms of men fall into chaos the immortal Forsaken and the servants of the Dark plan their assault on the Dragon Reborn ...Find out more about this title and others at www.orbitbooks.co.uk

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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von David Rasquinha am 8. April 2000
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Lord of Chaos (LOC) is Volume 6 of the saga and in many ways the last sputtering of brilliance in the saga. There are good points, sure. The Dark Lord is heard from at last, we see more interaction between the Forsaken, which outlines their characters better than descriptions, the terrible battle at Dumai's Wells is well painted. But now Jordan is clearly stretching out each episode to the point where it becomes painful. TOR Books seems to have been too overawed by Jordan for whoever was edited the book obviously did little or nothing. The phrases get repetitive enough to madden the reader. Every woman for instance "folds her arms beneath her breasts". Sorilea thinks every woman whom she likes has "hips mean for babies". What happened to the famous imagination? Wake up editor and smell the coffee. Jordan also introduces fresh complications in an already complex saga by reincarnating two Forsaken, evidently Aginor and Balthamel, for what purpose, nobody knows. But the biggest disappointment is Jordan's treatment of female characters. I thought that here at last is a true adventure of equals with both men and women playing starring roles. But the women spend most of their time arguing like cats and then get stuck with inconsequential parts. The weather may be a problem; Jordan never quite explains why; and it seems the quest for the Bowl of the Winds (so conveniently and unconvincingly seen in a dream! please!) seems more a device to get them out of the way. Jordan also appears to believe in a real war of the sexes. All the women are arrogant, consider men a bunch of idiots, ("need their ears boxed daily on general principle") and behave in the most juvenile manner imaginable. Rather than have such caricatures of female characters, I would rather have a male-only book.Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 3. Dezember 1999
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These are not great books. The Wheel of Time is not art or literature. What it is is a great adventure. If you like magic, battles, loads of detail, etc. you will enjoy this series.
I don't love The Wheel of Time or hate it, but I have invested a lot of time into it so far, and I am going to continue reading it until it is over.
Please stop comparing Jordan to Tolkein. Its not even close. Tolkein had a story with a beginning and end in mind. Robert Jordan just keeps adding layer upon layer onto this series to keep the franchise going.
Be honest. Has this series ever won a major Fiction award? Do critics ever include these books in best of lists?
These books are the male equivalent of Romance novels. Trashy fun.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Fitz am 26. März 2000
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After 900 MORE PAGES of text, I found that the characters I was at least vaguely interested in during the first and second installments of this rediculously long series are simply annoying. Rand: With a name that sounds suspiciously like Randall, he is the stereotypical uninteresting hero blessed with enormous power. The only reason I was ever interested in this character was that he was supposed to go insane, and what's more intriguing than a character skirting madness? Well, that was brought up in book two. This is book six, and although Lews Therin's nut-job voice is ringing in his head, Rand himself seems quite sane. He has no decent sense of humor, no personality, no beliefs, no nothing. He does have a half-realized love for min and about every other female character that comes his way, but that falls through the roof just like every other sub-plot that's been dropped in this story. Every female character is boring except for Nynaeve, whose strange love for Lan was also dropped as a sub-plot along the way. Plus, although she does have a personality, she is so completely unlikable that I visibly cringe every time dialogue is given to her. She's just going to complain or make some kind of sexist comment. The only intelligent or witty character, Thom Merrilin, is no longer intelligent or witty, and his delightful play at being a paltry magician that was so cool in the first book has evaporated. He's now under Nynaeve's domineering thumb. The Aes Sedai are about as entertaining as a root canal, and when they're not busy talking about how they hate all men, they're insulting their fellow "sisters", incubating plots that will most likely never hatch, or "bending" the truth-but never outright lying-to achieve thier ends.Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 30. August 1999
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The sixth book of WOT series is one of the best in the series. Although it somewhat bores readers with repeats that is not necessary, but if you've read tireless bambling about nothing (half the book is about things readers already know) in Terry Goodkind's Sword of Truth series before this then you'll learn to appreciate Jordan trying to be as short as possible while informing new comers who's skipped through several books in the series. I don't see how that's possible considering how complicated the series is however. And the battle of sexes in the book was refreshing at the beginning but now it's a little tiring. Also Jordan is trying to carry too many plots at once within the series and sometimes it's too confusing for readers and it's probably confusing Jordan himself since some of the plots mentioned at the beginning gets forgotten long into the series. And so many changes of viewpoints is frustrating as well.

As he has shown throughout the series, I feel that his climax is a bit rushed in all the books. It goes on and on about certain things then doesn't leave enough space for the climax and ending to be as effective as possible. He should cut down on descriptions that don't give the reader anything but more words to read and give more to the climax and the ending, which is some of most important parts of a fiction.

And it's about time Padan Fain gets killed or something, I am sick and tired of his obsession with Rand al'Thor. Let them end it somehow. I would find a great pleasure in learning it ended in book seven or eight. (I felt some satisfaction at seeing Pedron Niall get killed at the beginning of book seven though.) And nine books in a series is about enough.

Overall, it's not as great as some people make it out to be but it's still a good read and it deserves a four-star.
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