By Robert Jordan
The eagerly awaited sequel to Lord of Chaos, the hot York occasions bestseller that swept the kingdom like a firestorm.
In this quantity, Elayne, Aviendha, and Mat come ever towards the bowl ter'angreal that could opposite the world's never-ending warmth wave and restoration traditional climate. Egwene starts to collect all demeanour of ladies who can channel—Sea people, Windfinders, clever Ones, and a few striking others. And primarily, Rand faces the dread Forsaken Sammael, within the shadows of Shadar Logoth, the place the blood-hungry mist, Mashadar, waits for prey.
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Which were gathered. The Borderlanders marching through the east seemed more and more likely. “You two may withdraw,” Moridin said. Mesaana sputtered at the dismissal, but Demandred simply turned and stalked away. Graendal nodded to herself; she’d have to watch him. The Great Lord favored action, and often those who could bring armies to his name were best rewarded. Demandred could very well be her most important rival— following Moridin himself, of course. He had not dismissed her, and so she remained seated as the other two withdrew.
Only one tear in each eye this time. She smiled to her reflection, and her twin selves nodded to one another in satisfaction. A small, dark-paneled room reflected behind her on the mirror’s silvery surface. Such a stern place it was, a sturdy stool in the corner, the top darkened and smoothed from years and years of use. A blockish desk, set with the Mistress of Novices’ thick tome. The narrow table directly behind Egwene had some carvings, but its leather padding was far more distinctive. Many a novice—and not a few Accepted—had bent down across that table, bearing the punishment for disobedience.
His followers straggled behind. So few. So few! But he would rebuild. The glory of the Dragon Reborn followed him, and no matter where he went, he found willing souls. Those with hearts that were pure, those who had hands that burned to destroy the Shadow. Yes! Think not of the past, think of the future, when the Lord Dragon would rule all of the land! When men would be subject only to him, and to his Prophet beneath him. Those days would be glorious indeed, days when none would dare scorn the Prophet or deny his will.
A Crown of Swords (The Wheel of Time, Book 7) by Robert Jordan