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spacemanpack asked this question on 11-30-2021 at 12:18 PM
11-30-2021 at 12:18 PM
I believe most recommend reading it in release order. So between the 10th and 11th books it looks like. It can spoil some things from the earlier books. Like some tensions, some people's motivations, who's good, who's bad, etc. It's been a long time since I've read it but I can think of four characters you aren't too sure about in the beginning of the series that this book kind of removes the some of the mystery around them. But others have started with it and still enjoyed the series
11-30-2021 at 12:18 PM
Nah, and honestly, it’s more rewarding to read after reading three or four books in the main series.

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On the other hand, the book has a 4.7/5 rating with over 2100 reviews
I believe most recommend reading it in release order. So between the 10th and 11th books it looks like. It can spoil some things from the earlier books. Like some tensions, some people's motivations, who's good, who's bad, etc. It's been a long time since I've read it but I can think of four characters you aren't too sure about in the beginning of the series that this book kind of removes the some of the mystery around them. But others have started with it and still enjoyed the series
Nah, and honestly, it's more rewarding to read after reading three or four books in the main series.

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This prequel is one of the worst books in the whole series. It's a drag to read. Somehow managed to finish.
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This prequel is one of the worst books in the whole series. It's a drag to read. Somehow managed to finish.
On the other hand, the book has a 4.7/5 rating with over 2100 reviews
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Is it recommended reading before you start the saga?
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Is it recommended reading before you start the saga?
Nah, and honestly, it's more rewarding to read after reading three or four books in the main series.
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Is it recommended reading before you start the saga?
I believe most recommend reading it in release order. So between the 10th and 11th books it looks like. It can spoil some things from the earlier books. Like some tensions, some people's motivations, who's good, who's bad, etc. It's been a long time since I've read it but I can think of four characters you aren't too sure about in the beginning of the series that this book kind of removes the some of the mystery around them. But others have started with it and still enjoyed the series
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The thing about people is once they become fans, you can throw shit and them and they think it's the best shit they ever taste. That said, I haven't read the book. Just something I notice about any fans.
If you think that's true then mention Patrick Rothfuss on this site and see what happens 😂
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This was ok, but it's a shame he never got around to writing more prequels. Then again at 14+1 the series is long enough...
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This book is fan service and does a good job of that, but not very useful to actually set the stage for the series. Agree with others here that it's beat red around the middle of the rest of the series.
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Good deal but dead
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This is essentially an orphan book. It was supposed to be the 1st in a prequel trilogy. Worth the read though if you are into WOT.

Wish they would have Sanderson write the other 2.
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is Matrim Cauthon in it? No! Pass!!
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The thing about people is once they become fans, you can throw shit and them and they think it's the best shit they ever taste. That said, I haven't read the book. Just something I notice about any fans.

Most accurate thing I've read on here in a while.
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