|Reviews for A New Beginning: A Different Ending to A Memory of Light and the WoT|
| Oaktree1998 6/7/13 . chapter 24
Really great. Looking forward to the next chapter!
| Oaktree1998 6/6/13 . chapter 19
This is just getting better and better! Spectacular job.
| Oaktree1998 6/5/13 . chapter 2
Great job on the first two chapters! Keep up the good work.
| Mayra 6/2/13 . chapter 16
PLEASE WRITE MORE! I NEED to see that conversation between Pevara and Androl!
| Tek 5/21/13 . chapter 1
I have finished reading all of the chapters you have posted. I just have to say that I absolutely love them. Keep up the good work.
| Janizary 5/21/13 . chapter 24
Hmmm. Risky move for Fortuona given the viewing, but I know you'll make it a good scene.
| Secundum 5/20/13 . chapter 24
When Mat sent Elbacu in to kill Sul'dam...It's mentioned in Book 2 that any wound a Sul'Dam takes is transfeered over to the Damane, at double intensity, even death. So killing the Suk'dam would kill the Damane too.
| dahlesreb 4/25/13 . chapter 12
I'm enjoying this story, but poor Talmanes! I was so disappointed by the way he died I had to stop reading for a couple days, lol.
| andy50 4/24/13 . chapter 4
I'm pretty excited about this series, so far its pretty good.
| Bonnie Stephenso 4/22/13 . chapter 22
As the previous chapters have all been, this last chapter reads as if it had been written as part of the original series by the original authors. Excellent work! I look forward to more satisfying reading in the future on this tale!
| Johnny1774 4/21/13 . chapter 22
Very nicely done. it still gets me how you manage to write so well, it is like i'm still reading the book but you're doing better, your story seems like a proper epilogue. i congratulate you on this fine piece of work and i hope you continue to do so well. you're the only reason i go on this site, to read your fine story, i don't care what all them other people say, keep writing, you're doing amazing. now i really hope this lets me send the review even though i don't have an account on here. also would make my day, nay my month if you mentioned this review in next update.
| Seitora 4/20/13 . chapter 1
I have to concur with you, the ending to AMoL rather disappointed. Good of you to make some changes to make the plot of your Fourth Age fic more interesting.
The premise of the Seanchan preparing to retake back their own continent is a good one to start from, given that it was implied in AMoL that it was Fortuona's next project after the Last Battle anyways since she was going to hold to the Peace, at least for awhile.
You do pretty well at matching your writing style to Jordan's and Sanderson's, so I am not disappointed there. It is nice to see the verbal showdown between Cadsuane and Tuon, though in my opinion it was entirely too short!
I would disagree with the insinuation that only being able to have one damane per gateway would ruin the surprise of an assault on the Seanchan continent, however. Nobody there presumably knows even of the existence of gateways since it was only something the Seanchan learned in Book 12 after assaulting the White Tower and capturing Aes Sedai who could create Gateways (I think, my memory may be faulty), so having an army appear overnight when there weren't any ships or raken seen over the open waters would be in itself a surprise. There's unlikely to be any real organised army in Seanchan, either, who have to contend against both Mat and Galgan.
All in all, a good start. I suspect the next few chapters will include Tuon finally giving birth if her's or Mat's PoV come up again. Something else that would be nice to see is Tuon's recollections of the meeting that was implied to have occurred between her and Artur Hawkwing in AMoL.
| TheCookie197 4/20/13 . chapter 22
You are an excellent writer. Your plots are good, you have have seamlessly continued the story. You have continued developing the characters, such as mat and min. Both still reluctant at times, but doing what they must. Rand - now, he can influence the pattern itself, so I believe you should try expand on that, make it show more than simply making things grow. Being bound to the pattern, he really could do much more - maybe as far as influencing creation itself. Many of the ideas you have put in are ones that I thought would be excellent for the continuing the story. You also make much less use of 'he said' and 'she said' than Jordan and Sanderson did. At times, you seem to miss out small words, such as 'of' but apart from that, I'm sure even Robert Jordan would be proud of how you have continued his world, and I can say with certain that I would love to read a full Wheel of Time book written by you. I have always wished I had the ability to just sit down and write, as more than once I've finished a series of books, and spend the next day or 2 thinking about what would come next.
All in all, keep up the good work! I am very much looking forward to reading more from you :-)
| TheCookie197 4/20/13 . chapter 6
I love how you reference to the balance of the pattern in this chapter (The wheel spinning out lots of babies)
| TheCookie197 4/20/13 . chapter 2
I have just started reading this, and it is amazing. The plot so far is already exquisite. The names of the kids, the grasp you have of the characters, I am looking forward to reading the rest if it :-)