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New Spring (Wheel of Time, #0) - Community Reviews back

by Robert Jordan
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A Man With An Agenda
A Man With An Agenda rated it 1 month ago
I remember being bitterly disappointed when I heard that the newest 'Wheel of Time' book would be a prequel, and, worse yet, a prequel based on a short story I had already read in the 'Legends' anthology. Remember that I was in high school at the time, and you may guess at just how deep those emotio...
Stewartry
Stewartry rated it 3 years ago
My one note on Goodreads on this book was "Not nearly as much spanking in this as in the main series" - and that's a bit sad, considering there was still more spanking than I would consider normal in a non-erotic-type novel. (That's one thing I'll say for Jordan, is the spanking is never erotic. I t...
rameau's ramblings
rameau's ramblings rated it 5 years ago
Lan is an idiot. Moiraine is an idiot too. Together they're too stupid to live, but somehow they survive to the first book. I listened to this to remind myself of all the things I've forgotten about the ten or so translated Wheel of Time books I read years and years ago. Luckily I wasn't doing anyth...
Elysium
Elysium rated it 6 years ago
I really liket it. It was nice to know how Moiraine and Lan get to know each other and how it all started.
Bills Books
Bills Books rated it 6 years ago
Overall, the story flowed along nicely. It was almost like I had just discovered Jordan's work again. I actually stayed up late and kept reading until I was done; something I haven't done since book 3 or 4. The next chapter, Knife of Dreams (Wheel of Time, Book 11), had the same effect on me. If you...
Bills Books
Bills Books rated it 6 years ago
Overall, the story flowed along nicely. It was almost like I had just discovered Jordan's work again. I actually stayed up late and kept reading until I was done; something I haven't done since book 3 or 4. The next chapter, Knife of Dreams (Wheel of Time, Book 11), had the same effect on me. If you...
Bills Books
Bills Books rated it 6 years ago
Overall, the story flowed along nicely. It was almost like I had just discovered Jordan's work again. I actually stayed up late and kept reading until I was done; something I haven't done since book 3 or 4. The next chapter, Knife of Dreams (Wheel of Time, Book 11), had the same effect on me. If you...
caseyreads
caseyreads rated it 6 years ago
I read New Spring after finishing Crossroads of Twilight, when Jordan had originally published it. I would not suggest reading New Spring before starting the series, simply because there is a lot unexplained and it isn't a very strong book. Additionally, New Spring takes place about 15 years before ...
mattries37315
mattries37315 rated it 6 years ago
A Top Quality Prequel, both Enjoyable and Bittersweet The Wheel of Time prequel, New Spring, is a very good addition to the series written by Robert Jordan. I read New Spring after Book 5, The Fires of Heaven, based off the recommendation of several WoT fans instead of after Crossroads of Twilight...
DoctorDonna
DoctorDonna rated it 7 years ago
Really fun story to go along with the series. I just love Lan, Moiraine, and Siuane.
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