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by Michael Kramer,Kate Reading,Robert Jordan

Download Winter's Heart (The Wheel of Time, Book 9) eBook
ISBN:
0736656103
Author:
Michael Kramer,Kate Reading,Robert Jordan
Category:
Fantasy
Language:
English
Publisher:
Books on Tape; Unabridged edition (October 24, 2000)
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Since its debut in 1990, The Wheel of Time® by Robert Jordan has captivated millions of readers around the globe with its scope. Michael Kramer has narrated over 100 audiobooks for many bestselling authors.

Since its debut in 1990, The Wheel of Time® by Robert Jordan has captivated millions of readers around the globe with its scope. He read all of Robert Jordan's epic Wheel of Time fantasy-adventure series as well as Brandon Sanderson's The Stormlight Archive series. He received AudioFile magazine's Earphones Award for the Kent Family series by John Jakes and for Alan Fulsom's The Day After Tomorrow.

Rand is on the run with Min, and in Cairhein, Cadsuane is trying. There are neither beginnings or endings to the turning of the Wheel of Time.

Kate Reading and Michael Krame. familiar characterization and delivery style . Winter's Heart: Book Nine of The Wheel of Time. familiar characterization and delivery style for fans of the series. Fresh and engaged, they both maintain a strong pace, and, as they pass the story between them, complement one another. AudioFile on The Fires of Heaven, Earphones Award Winner.

The Wheel of Time ® is a PBS Great American Read Selection! Now in development for TV! .

The Wheel of Time ® is a PBS Great American Read Selection! Now in development for TV! Since its debut in 1990.

Millions of Robert Jordan fans will rejoice at the release of the ninth book in the phenomenally bestselling series The Wheel of Time

Millions of Robert Jordan fans will rejoice at the release of the ninth book in the phenomenally bestselling series The Wheel of Time. The sequel to the New York Times bestseller The Path of Daggers that swept the nation like a firestorm, Winter’s Heart continues the remarkable tale that is mesmerizing an entire generation of readers. Rand, with Min, is on the run, and Cadsuane, in Cairhien, is trying to figure out where he is headed.

Narrated by Kate Reading, Michael Kramer, Brian Hemmingsen, Henry Kramer, and Stephen McLaughlin. No monthly commitment

Narrated by Kate Reading, Michael Kramer, Brian Hemmingsen, Henry Kramer, and Stephen McLaughlin. No monthly commitment Yours, Lise: letters from the exile of Lise Meitner, physicist audiobook written by Stefan Frankenberger. Narrated by Kate Reading, Michael Kramer, Brian Hemmingsen, Henry Kramer, and Stephen McLaughlin. No monthly commitment.

I’m pretty sure that, unlike what Robert Jordan did with the wheel of Time, Martin will not let . Winter’s Heart – Rand is on the run with Min, and in Cairhein, Cadsuane is trying to figure out where he is headed

I’m pretty sure that, unlike what Robert Jordan did with the wheel of Time, Martin will not let behind him enough notes to help another author to finish his work. With Luck, we will never know, one day Martin will surprise us by publishing one more book. For now, let’s talk about Jordan’s series. Series of high fantasy novels written by Robert Jordan (his real name was James Oliver Rigney, J., The Wheel of Time was published from 1990 to 2013. Winter’s Heart – Rand is on the run with Min, and in Cairhein, Cadsuane is trying to figure out where he is headed. Rand’s destination is, in fact, one she has never considered.

Winter’s Heart Audiobook is a fantasy novel written by Robert Jordan, the ninth audiobook of his series The Wheel of Time Audio. It was published on November 7, 2000. Upon its release, it immediately rose to N. position on the New York Times hardcover fiction bestseller list. Author: Robert Jordan Narrated by: Kate Reading, Michael Kramer Length: 24 hrs and 12 mins Series: The Wheel of Time Audiobooks Publisher: Macmillan Audio

Part of The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan. Time to die, Rand said quietly, but as he started forward, a rattle sounded somewhere behind the Tairen, an incessant chattering, and then another.

Part of The Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan. They’ll take us both, Kisman breathed, sounding frantic.

Author: Robert Jordan. The Wheel of Time turns, and Ages come and pass, leaving memories that become legend. There are neither beginnings nor endings to the turning of the Wheel of Time. Legend fades to myth, and even myth is long forgotten when the Age that gave it birth comes again. In one Age, called the Third Age by some, an Age yet to come, an Age long past, a wind rose in the Mountains of Mist. The wind was not the beginning. But it was a beginning

In the continuing Wheel of Time saga, Rand and Min are on the run, while Black Tower leader Mazrim Taim is exposed, a Seanchan princess arrives in Ebou Dar and the schemers of the White Tower are beset by rebels.
  • Ddilonyne
I really like this series...I read and listen through it periodically. This specific book is good too...for me it's where the story starts to get exciting again after a couple of books that kind of drag.

I don't have a lot of time to sit and read, so I listen to a lot of books on Audible. This series is a treat for me because I have the books on Kindle and Audible, and they synchronize with each other. I can listen a while, then read a while, then listen again without losing my place.

With this particular book in the series, I noticed that my Kindle version was not staying synced with my Audible version. So I opted to delete the Audible book and download the narration in the Kindle app. It's the same recording, but I figured since I was accessing both through the Kindle app, they would stay synched up better. For most of the book they have, though the word highlighting has been a few lines off from the narration for a good portion of the book...but that wasn't a huge deal. At least it got me to the right page page.

But there are other problems. First, the narration periodically repeats a full sentence. It's a simple editing mistake, and mostly just annoying.

Worst of all, a significant portion of the book is missing. Chapter 32, Chapter 33, and most of Chapter 34 are just not there. I hope that Amazon will fix this problem!
  • Mikale
I love this series! It is my favorite fantasy series of all time. Sure some of the books are not as exciting as others but life is like that too. I am on my third reread of the series. In this reread, I am adding all of the books and their corresponding Whispersync Audible narration to my Kindle library.
Why is there no narration available for this book? The series is 14 books long and 13 of the books have the Whispersync narration available. Come on, Amazon! Is this an oversight? Please add the narration so I can complete my Kindle library of these books.
  • Helldor
The first five books pulled me into the world so quickly that I raved to all of my friends that they needed to pick up this series and read it immediately. Then I read the eighth and ninth book. I am dismayed that Jordan seems to care more about discribing minor set pieces than pushing a story forward, with the amount of pages in this book I expected something to happen. This point may be off topic but I'm also upset with audible/amazon that at my time of purchase this audiobook cost nearly 42 dollars, while the rest in the series were a maximum of 14.
  • Vareyma
This one was pretty great! I really enjoyed it, though it wasn't the best of them. There are some pretty ridiculous scenes and for some reason Mr. Jordan got into this habit of saying "Something really awesome is about to happen" then going to someone else and talking about their buttons and their soup for 20 pages. When you get back to the awesome thing, it's over and he says "Wowie, it was awesome, you should've been there, but those buttons and that soup was more important." Still this was a good one and I slammed through it. Now, book 10 is just outright torture. Did not like book 10 and almost gave it 2 stars; so enjoy this one. I hear books 11 and one are great.
  • Dominator
Episode Nine didn't advance any particular story line, and the primary event, while significant to the story in that we may never have to read about the nauseating taint of Saidin again, if we ever hear it described for anyone other than the ever nauseated Rand Al'Vere.
The book gives further credence to a personal theory that the "One Power" is actually a mental poison, that somehow makes people cruel, petty, and self centered unless threatened with personal violence or pain. This might be the author's commentary on what people are actually like in any social structure involving more than three people, but I seem to see some corollaries in the story line that people with honest threats to their life or livelihood tend to be friendlier and more honest. The Aes Sedai seem to be a fine collection of sociopathic megalomaniacs with a fashion fetish.
I hope the story lines complete/converge/resolve at some point. At this point in the story, I can get a clear mental image of Leafblighter tapping his toe, checking his watch, sending texts to all his evil friends with notes of impatience.
  • Dagdarad
"Winter's Heart" is the ninth book in the "Wheel of Time" series, and I enjoyed this one more than the previous. I thought this installment did a little better job of advancing the story arcs of the major characters -- mainly Rand, Mat, and Elayne; however, Perrin and Faile along with Egwene are largely skipped in this book. I think there are so many major and minor story arcs that Jordan struggled to allocate time to each to meaningfully progress them. There is still plenty of intrigue surrounding Cadsuane's role, and Jordan chose to introduce several new characters that I'm sure will have some play into the bigger picture.

I again felt this book lacked a central conflict. Jordan spent the majority of the chapters on Mat's story arc, but he also spent about as much time on Elayne and Rand. I did enjoy the final chapter, which focused on Rand's desire to cleanse the taint from Saidin.

The more I read of these books, it feels like the evil side of the story is not being told enough to get a feel for what the enemy is doing and planning. Jordan occasionally throws in a chapter for one of the Forsaken, but it seems like this is a bit underdeveloped to really understand what the enemy is doing. It also seems strange that we haven't seen much of the Trollocks and Myrdraals since book five.

After investing time to read nine books in the series, I will press on. I'm really looking forward to the last three as I've heard Sanderson did a great job concluding this long series.