I didn’t get a copy of A Memory of Light from Tor. But, the Mad Hatter did. He didn’t feel up to date enough in the series to review the book, so he paid it forward and I offered to write the review for his site. He also says some nice things about me at the end. . .
My thoughts on A Memory of Light and the Wheel of Time:
Two diplomas, three jobs, one marriage, one kid, three dogs, twenty years. Those are a few of the things that have happened to me since I read Robert Jordan’s The Eye of the World for the first time. I’ve since read it a dozen times. I love it almost as much today as I did then. Rand’s long walk from his home to Emond’s Field, his father laid out on the horse cart clinging to life, still instills the same sense of dread and determination it always has.