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Book One of THE WHEEL OF TIME Title The Eye of the World By Robert Jordan Length 782 pages The Below are the chapter names and following them will be a short summary of each chapter Overall the book was excellently written the imagery that it portrayed was excellent although at times the character development was more then drawn out but in this particular book it suited the plot and the fantasy theme that it tried to express to the readers As you may read the chapter reviews are very brief and they will really only bring the basic meaning of what happened Before the actually summary of the chapter there is a bit of background information that is actually quite relevant and it helps me in not retelling the whole chapter but only summating the most important parts In the first few chapters they are really detailed because I though that they were some of the most important As I go deeper into the book there are several chapters that will be grouped Together because they flow together and a lot of the ideas that are shown are portrayed in them Prologue Dragonmount This prologue is supposed to be during the first age of man When one man how had the power or later explained as the one power was responsible for the breaking of the world Where evil was let lose and the Dark one almost released Later reading many of the chapters there are references to the breaking of the world This prologue is what the characters in the story draw many beliefs and ideas from This event happening around 3000 years before the story takes place is how the faith of the people is structured The prologue is used to first paint a picture of the surrounding area It looks as though a battle has taken place but by description it isnt a
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