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By Grace and Banners Fallen: Prologue to A Memory of Light

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

I just finished reading this wonderful chapter. Its is beautiful

I just finished reading this wonderful chapter. Its is beautiful and terrible, how I figure the final book must be.If you area fan of the series and want a primer while waiting out the last 4 months do yourself a favor and spend the $2.99.I'll re-read this several times...
I just finished reading this wonderful chapter. Its is beautiful and terrible, how I figure the final book must be.If you area fan of the series and want a primer while waiting out the last 4 months do yourself a favor and spend the $2.99.I'll re-read this several times in the next few weeks trying to uncover the secrets.

posted by WarderAK on September 20, 2012

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Most Helpful Critical Review

23 out of 29 people found this review helpful.

This should be free!

This prologue is available for free online! And no, it's not an illegal scan but a legal, copy right protected release from the publisher at the behest of the co-author Brandon Sanderson. This here is just a blatant display of greed from B&N to charge for something that...
This prologue is available for free online! And no, it's not an illegal scan but a legal, copy right protected release from the publisher at the behest of the co-author Brandon Sanderson. This here is just a blatant display of greed from B&N to charge for something that's supposed to be free!

posted by 16692111 on October 9, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2012

    This should be free!

    This prologue is available for free online! And no, it's not an illegal scan but a legal, copy right protected release from the publisher at the behest of the co-author Brandon Sanderson. This here is just a blatant display of greed from B&N to charge for something that's supposed to be free!

    23 out of 29 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 14, 2013

    Gotta be kidding me

    I've been reading this series sense it was first released starting with the eye of the world in hardcover. I was one of those people who never got rid of a book once I got it. And my house was running completely out of wall space. But when the nook color came out, I jumped on the ebook band wagon whole heartedly. I even gave away all of the over 2500 paper backs and 500+ hardcover books taking up all of our wall space. And sense then I've already built up a collection of over 150 books on my B&N account. Many of which are rereads of series I had in the past. The wheel of time being one of the first that I got and read through again. And having to wait till april 9th, to get this final book really makes me angry. I've invested many hundreds of hours on this series. Every time a new release was scheduled I have always gotten out the previous books and reread them to be sure I don't forget something from earlier in the story. I've done the same this time, having started two months ago. I finished up the towers of midnight last eve and was looking forward to seeing how Rand covinces everyone else in the need to release the dark lord. Also am a tad itchy to see how Morrian returning will change things. But now I have to wait there months to find out. Not to mention the time I wasted rereading this again that I could of used to read Tad Williams shadowmarch serires and Martens a game of thrones series.

    2 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 15, 2013

    April Ebook release.

    The book was released Jan. 14th. Why do we have to wait until April for the Ebook? I know this is the publisher, not BnN, but there shouldnt be a 4 month wait.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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