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The Fires of Heaven is the fifth book in the series The Wheel of Time that I started a while back It is by Robert Jordan and is fantasyIn this book Rand alThor now hailed as the Dragon Reborn decides to attack Illian Rand does not know that he is being lured into a trap by the nine remaining forsaken One of them Sammael by name is the ruler of Illian Meanwhile in the White tower the new Amyrlin the head honcho of the Aes Sedai is concocting weird new plans for Rand Nothing comes of it in this book but Ill bet money something will happen later because of those plans Siaun Sanche the deposed and stilled Amyrlin is arrested in Andor for barn burning Literally Rand is just getting ready to attack Illian and wipe it from the face of the earth when he receives word that Queen Morgase his girlfriend Elaines mother has been killed in Caemlyn Several seconds later Moraine one of his teachers dies in a kamikaze mission as she kills one of the forsaken that showed up to harass Rand Rand becomes very angry because Caemlyn the capitol city in Andor is being controlled by the foresaken This will be a major hindrance as his girlfriend Elayne is going to be Queen and lay claim to the throne The name of the forsaken controlling Caemlyn is Rahvin Rand then decides that his quest to conquer Illian can wait and proceeds to destroy CaemlynThe main conflict in this story is man VS man Man VS self also comes into play as Rand starts to go mad Man VS man is obvious when Rand attacks Caemlyn and his thousands of Aiel fight the army of Rahvin in Caemlyn There are about 500 Aiel who have their way with the 10000 kings guards in Caemlyn at little loss for themselves There are only about 1000 prisoners of the kings guard Rand
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