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TOWERS OF MIDNIGHT prologue now available


Jason Denzel

Distinctions, the prologue to TOWERS OF MIDNIGHT, the thirteenth book in the Wheel of Time series, is now available for purchase in eBook format in the United States. It's available in ebook format and available for all the major readers. The cost is $2.99 US.

 

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In the prologue, titled Distinctions, Lan Mandragoran rides on toward death; Perrin Aybara, Lord Goldeneyes, has a disturbing dream; Galad leads the Whitecloaks into harm’s way; one who has left humanity behind creeps through the Blight; and the Blight border faces invasion.

 

Towers of Midnight will be released on November 2, 2010. Please continue to check back to our website for regular updated related to this novel.

 

In addition to the ebook prologue, one other chapter has already been released for free by Brandon Sanderson. That chapter, "e;The Seven-Striped Lass"e; can be read right here on Dragonmount.com in its entirety.

 

When you're all done reading Distinctions, head over to our Towers of Midnight spoiler forum and talk about it with other fans.

 

Purchase Distinctions, the eBook prologue to Towers of Midnight

 

Pre-Order Towers of Midnight

   

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Umm it's 1 am EST. Those who ordered with the evil Apple or B&N have theres. Why is Amazon so crappy and not giving us what we paid for? (and stayed up all night for?)

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Has anyone found a link that will sell to Europeans yet? Amazon and B&N won't sell the prologue to me, and iTunes won't sell me any books at all. And I really, really, really want the prologue!

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I just finished reading it (got it from B&N) and it was GREAT to get some new WoT to read.

 

I had thought it was supposed to be 88 pages long, but it only registered as 46 in the B&N reader app, and the 1st 7 were the copyright info, title page, map, and table of contents.

 

I tried to read it slowly, and 'savor' every word of it. I am going to wait til tomorrow to re-read it and then post more detailed thought on the actual content. My condolences to those still waiting for it, but I can now sleep peacefully. I have received my 'fix' for "WoT-aholism" or at least enough to hold me over for 5 weeks or so. The last several days will, of course, be difficult to wait.

 

I am about 1/3 of the way through Knife of Dreams, trying to get finished with my complete WoT re-read before November 2. I may have to ration my reading, so that I don't finish too soon, and then really be left anxious the end of October into the first of November.

 

Aaaahhhhh, good night all.

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ah jb3 it was nice wasn't it. Sorry to all those who don't have it yet, but I blogged my thoughts on it in the members blog area of the forums if you want to take a look. It was short and sweet (speaking relatively in a WoT world lol) and I loved every second of it. I suggest getting it from B&N and using their program NOOK to read it. It did only register as 46 pages on the Nook, but there were 2 pages per "slide" idk what to call e-book pages.

 

I will sleep well tonight :)

 

-Tabbs

 

here's the link to my response http://www.dragonmount.com/forums/blog/50/entry-789-distinctions-thoughts-on-the-towers-of-midnight-prologue/

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Finally at 2am it shows up. Can't wait to read it so I will see you all later. Good thing I don't work in the morning.

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Just read It and it is amazing.I didn't order it from the Amazon or something like that.Found it on the net decrypted and available for everybody to download it.TAKE THAT amazon and tor for asking 3$ for it :)

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For those not in the US try kobobooks.com . I'm not sure if they work everywhere, but it is a little cheaper there as well.

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I purchsed about 15 books the last time Brandon was in Boston for a signing and mailed them out to my friends in Europe/Africa.

 

It can be done, if a person wants a book, there are so many people that would do what I did for them. You pay for the book and shipping via paypal, your friend orders the book for you, gets it, mails it to you.

DONE.

 

Also, I'm pretty sure that the BYU bookstore would mail the books pretty much anywhere if it they were paid.

 

They do have a website.

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Hey there, I'm in Australia and cannot find a way to get the prologue. Any ideas? I have tried all of the legitimate retailers online and even torrent sites and the like but cannot get it. Please help!!! It is driving me insane!

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Robert Jordan used to make his prologues for this series available for free. I'm not paying money to read it when the book is coming in a month. And what does paying money for the prologue but reading a chapter free make??? I'm dy--ing to read this but really, I think I've waited long enough for a conclusion, I'll wait a few more weeks.

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Seriously, why the hell has this only been made possible to buy in the US? I live in the Uk and can't get the latest WOT material-JUST BECAUSE I LIVE SOMEWHERE ELSE!?!?!I've been a fan of the books for years! Damn, but it's annoying. Rant over, Brandon i hope you read this.

 

*shakes fist*

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Is this a joke? I've been buying the prologues since they started being released on different e-book formats, and now since I live in Europe, I suddenly cant get it at all? ...

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Have not read the prologue yet and I think I will wait until the book comes out. What I would really like to see is a book review by dragonmount! For those of you who do read the prologue, I hope you enjoy it!

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