|Reviews for A New Beginning: A Different Ending to A Memory of Light and the WoT|
| Oriol F chapter 27 . 2/4
Thank you for this lecture :)
| Oriol F chapter 12 . 1/30
Noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Talmanes was one of my favourites!
Poor boy, he was so young :'(
P.S. By the way, my most sincere gratitude to you for your great job here. The end of AMoL is just a bit fast... Brandon Sanderson could have thought on something like this, but I imagine he respected the end as Robert Jordan had written it.
P.S.2. Is this fiction like A Song of Ice and Fire? I mean, does characters are still alive until they are proven to be dead and buried? If so, I'll be expecting to read more Talmanes soon :P
| Zsych chapter 27 . 1/20
Good job. That was fun.
| John Chandler chapter 9 . 1/14
Chills, I got chills reading this. Good chills.
| John Chandler chapter 8 . 1/14
I actually got teary reading Loial penning the last line of his book. This was a well written chapter, kudos.
| John Chandler chapter 7 . 1/14
Again a little too much dialogue. But loving the plotline.
| John Chandler chapter 6 . 1/14
Nice change of pace. Too much dialogue in the chapter though. Conveying the pace of a conversation without so much he said, she said is an art that is hard to master.
| John Chandler chapter 5 . 1/14
THE NEXT ARTUR OR ARTUR REBORN! HAHAHAHAHA! Imagine going into tel'aranrhiod and finding Artur gone, reborn to the Hornsounder. WOW! Wheels, go round.
| John Chandler chapter 4 . 1/14
"Nothing's wrong. It's only time for the baby to be born." CLASSIC Wheel of Time wit, LOVE IT!
| John Chandler chapter 3 . 1/14
The pace of Jordan is the pace of the Wheel of Time, I am fervently hoping the plotline skips to another thread next chapter or the one after.
| John Chandler chapter 2 . 1/14
Story is building well. Still some spelling and grammatical errors that editing will pick up.
| John Chandler chapter 1 . 1/14
Cant type, must read next chapter.
| Peter Kim chapter 1 . 12/29/2013
I think Nynaeve would love to learn that her old foe Moghedien is a prisoner of an a'dam and was force to serve the Empire. Moghedien really have a bad time after being freed from the prison of the Dark One. first a servant of Nynaeve, then Egwene ,then Mordin and now the Empire and well at least Nynaeve and Egwene treated her better than Mordin and she better hope that Mat doesnt know her (she will be in alot of trouble)and I wonder how she is being treated in the Empire but then Empire might treat her better than what Mordin and at least Nynaeve and Egwence treated her as a servant not as a slave? I wonder what will happen if Moghedin meet Rand(in the body of her old enemy Mordin)? The Aes Sedi do not want Elaida Sedai back and the Empire can keep her since too many Aes Sedi really hates Elaida Sedai and too many people wants her dead including other Aes Sedi and more likely Aes Sedis might use proxies to have her killed or get their hands on Elaida Sedai so that they will toture,etc her so Elaida Sedai is more safe in the Empire's hand then being freed.
| Rex Splode chapter 27 . 12/9/2013
I just finished reading this. And man, what a nice wrap up to the majority of my questions. I know its Fan-fiction and not cannon but if I had to pick a epilogue ending to put into the last book then this would be it. As a fan of the series I greatly appreciate you taking the time and effort to write this for our enjoyment and review.
The ending with Tuon was quite emotional. As the collars and the way the empire works has been a constant source of stress for me as a fan. I realize Rand did what he had to do to win the war, but the Seanchan didn't even do much except show up at the end, release a horde of their monsters at the trollocs and then mob up what was left of their battered armies. The true fighting and dying was done largely by the various soldiers not of seanchan origin. So i really liked the ending, and to be honest once I started to read the story I couldn't stop.
This next bit isn't a complaint but a question. If Rands Body is not his original.. then are his children with his other two wives not really children of the dragon? Or is it a soul thing, rather than a blood thing? As Aven's children do not resemble the true Rand, but rather the Similar in appearance via.. Balefire cross stream and stuff, Moridin, or whatever that Forsakens' name was; Anyway, are they really Rands kids, or are they the forsaken's children by blood and their powers are simply that of a bloodline of a ancient and very powerful channeler?
Its a question that nags at me.
| Ian Koch chapter 27 . 11/17/2013
Thank you as an avid reader of more than 20 years I thought you did an excellent job with this and you are correct much more of an epilogue was needed in WOT to bring some closure to the story... again thank you