The Dragon Reborn

Good Prophecies sometimes work out in the strangest ways… The Dragon Reborn, book three of Robert Jordan’s The Wheel of Time saga, follows the events in The Great Hunt. And if those events stirred the blood, Reborn has plenty more to offer. With the invaders thrown back into the sea and his friends safe, Rand begins to accept who and what he is. However, he feels like he has to do one of the major items in the Prophecies about which he he has heard bits and pieces. After an attack on┬áhis camp, he leaves the group. On his own,

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The Great Hunt: Book Two of the Wheel of Time

A little bit further down the rabbit hole we go:   Robert Jordan’s The Great Hunt is Book Two of the Wheel of Time series and takes place immediately after Book One, The Eye of the World. Which is good, since the end of Book One left us with plenty of questions. Not that all of those questions get answered in Hunt. In fact, you will probably end up with more questions than answers to questions by the end of it, but they will mostly be new questions and readers can often puzzle out some of the answers themselves. Again,

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Bloodborne: Dark Souls’ Gothic Cousin

Welcome to Yharnam, where your nightmare can and will kill you early and often. Bloodborne has all the trappings of a From Software Souls’ game but with a grimmer, more Gothic feel. While not connected to the Dark Souls world, this PlayStation 4-exclusive title knows why players love these games, and continues to deliver on its high standard of excellence. Unlike Dark Souls games, you are given an idea of what you are supposed to be about in Bloodborne. Granted, it does not lay out everything, and certainly hides important details from the you. But compared to its cousins, Bloodborne’s

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The Eye of the World

This is neither the beginning of the ending to the turning of the Wheel of Time. But it is a beginning. Robert Jordan’s magnum opus, a fourteen book epic collectively known as The Wheel of Time, begins with a world being ripped apart by madmen, driven insane by one man’s pride and arrogance. The reader gets to see that man as he is given the realization of his hubris and destroys himself, creating a mountain in the process. The Eye of the World opens with a bang and, while it has a few lulls through its pages, holds the reader

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