Books, By the Cover, Wheel of Time

A Crown of Swords (By the Cover): Alone in the Darkness

I was expecting a bit of goofy fun today. That's what I look for in a Wheel of Time cover. Unfortunately, I was disappointed this time around. A bit dull, isn't it? Now, I wouldn't say it's an awful cover. But of the Wheel of Time covers so far, it is definitely among the weakest.… Continue reading A Crown of Swords (By the Cover): Alone in the Darkness

Review, Television, Wheel of Time

Wheel of Time (Episodes 6-8): Tackling a Controversial Ending

Wait... eight episodes? I thought it would be hard to condense the first book into ten episodes. And they only got eight? Alright. Let's see how this went. The ending of 'The Eye of the World' is often seen as the weakest part of that book. And for good reason. It felt incredibly rushed and… Continue reading Wheel of Time (Episodes 6-8): Tackling a Controversial Ending

Books, Character Analysis, Television, The Mind of a Character, Wheel of Time

Mat Cawthon: The Book VS The Show

*The following will contain spoilers for the first season of The Wheel of Time, as well as the first book in the series, 'The Eye of the World', with some minor spoilers for the second book, 'The Great Hunt'. It will not cover anything beyond those. Newcomers, read with caution.* One thing I will praise… Continue reading Mat Cawthon: The Book VS The Show

Review, Television, Wheel of Time

Wheel of Time (S1E4-5): A False Dragon and an Ogier

I was going to wait for another batch of three episodes. But these two had so much happening in it that I decided to tackle it on its own. So... I guess that's what we'll be doing for the rest of this season. Divided, the Emond's Fielders continue their journey towards the White Tower. Rand… Continue reading Wheel of Time (S1E4-5): A False Dragon and an Ogier