Wheel of Time How to Get Caught Up

A Memory of Light Facebook Timeline Banners: Rand al’Thor

So you might recognize this header from a post last week about The Wheel of  Time Series.  I got to thinking after I posted it that many of you may not have heard of this series and might be a little intimidated by trying to catch up on a series in time to catch the very last book.  In turn I began to think about how I have been in your shoes and how I have a solutions – Audio Books!  Most of us have a commute of some distance and audio book are the perfect solution to getting caught up on a series without missing out on your current TBR pile.  The solution is pretty since and it is easier than every with sites like Audible where you can just download the book to your favorite device and listen on the run.  The only problem with that is you might not want to get out of the car or off the bus when you arrive.  Since I had mentioned this series specifically I thought that I would share a couple of clips from the books in the Wheel of Time Series so you can get the feel for what a great story is waiting for you! Don’t forget that most libraries have audio books to check out so don’t think that you have to be able to purchase them because most likely they will be available at your local library as well.  That being said  this is such a great series that I know you will want to listen to them a second time through.  Just click on the links below to check out this great series!

The Great Hunt                                                                              The Eye of the World                                                                                                                    The Dragon Reborn

Now that you have had a chance to take a listen, what do you think? Or if you have read this series what are you most looking forward to in the final book in this series?

 

2 thoughts on “Wheel of Time How to Get Caught Up

  1. Good idea, but even listening is quite an undertaking. The Eye of the World is 25 discs and 31 hours. I took me a month to listen to it and I listened every time I was driving.

  2. Wow 25 discs and 31 hours for the first book alone!. A friend purchased the prologue of the Memory of Light for me but I haven’t read it yet. I want peace and quite to savor it and that’s in short supply today. Has anyone read it?

Comments are closed.