Author: Robert Jordan
Subject: Fiction; Fantasy; General; Good and evil; Historical; Fantasy Fiction; Epic; Fiction - Fantasy; Fantasy - Epic; Fantasy - General; Fantasy - Series; Rand al'Thor (Fictitious character)
Publisher: Macmillan (1991-01-15)
From Library Journal
Chosen by fate to become the Dragon Reborn--savior and destroyer of his world--young Rand al'Thor attempts to outrun his destiny by joining in a mad search for the lost Horn of Valere. Continuing the story begun in The Eye of the World ( LJ 2/15/90), Jordan creates a lush, sprawling tapestry of a novel in the tradition of Tolkien and Eddings. Recommended where fantasy is popular.
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Praise for Book One of The Wheel of Time:
"_The Eye of the World_ is the best of its genre."--_The Ottawa Citizen_
"A powerful novel of wide and complex scope."--_Locus_
"This looks very like the next major fantasy epic. It has magic and pacing and detail and human involvement, with a certain subtlety of presentation and a grand central vision. Robert Jordan...is a lot of writer!"--Andre Norton