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Sakaea

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About Sakaea

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    Gamer 'til I die
  • Birthday 09/13/1988

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    Final Fantasy, Fantasy and Sci-Fi novels, Babylon 5, A Song of Ice and Fire, Triple Triad Advance
  1. Sakaea, Aes Sedai of the Blue Ajah. Still on LOA, but figured I better come and vote. Black Tower if we really have to merge.
  2. Indefinite LOA, due to life. I'm going back to school in January! Will still be on FB and TTA tho. Love you all!!!!
  3. This. So much this. I keep all of one author's books together, by series. If they are all stand alone novels, then by publication date. However, it's getting to the point where I have so many books I have to put them where ever there is room.
  4. I'm starting to read The Malazan Book of the Fallen series by Steven Erikson. Heard a lot about it, it sounded good, so I bought all 10. About 100 pages into the first one, and it's good so far^_^
  5. ToM, because I love the Aelfinn and the Eelfinn part, and the forging of Perrin's hammer.
  6. Harriet, why did you want Bela to die? Would love an answer, if anyone knows!
  7. I just finished AMOL about 30 minutes ago. Words fail me, they truly do. Yet I feel the need to find the right words, much as Thom was doing. I've been reading WoT for 12 years. Not as long as some of you, true. But it helped to shape me, make me into who I am today. I felt such sadness that it was ending, that there would never be another Wheel of Time book. But then, there are no true endings, are there? For everyone who died, I cried. Having grown up with these characters, these friends, every death was painful (yes, even Gawyn's.) The only part I didn't like was Siuan's death, the way that it happened "off-camera", so to speak. I feel that she deserved a better ending than she got, but I also feel that she wouldn't have wanted her death to be distracting, somehow. And of course, Gareth charging the Trollocs in full battle mode was a fitting end for him. Bela. So she wasn't the Dark One, but she survived to carry Olver when he needed it. And of course Olver would be the Hornsounder; very fitting. Faile not dying was good. I know many have hated her, and while I never loved her, the hurt that would have caused Perrin would have been too much. Egwene's death, while sad, was perfect. The Amyrlin's Flame, turns the Shadow to Crystal. Beautiful. I can't begin to express how glad I am that Lan survived. Not only survived, but killed Demandred! Perfect. Tai'shar Malkier! Mat, Fortuona, Min, Aviendha, Elayne, Birgitte...I think they all were wonderful in this. So glad we have a name for Min's Talent now! I wish that we somehow could see Mat's child, and Elayne's, and Avi's (because I'm sure she's pregnant), see them grow up, and become the next generation of awesome...but I think that's probably best left to us, isn't it? Us, the generation of people who read the Wheel of Time, will never let it end. We, the fans, will keep it alive, introducing it to our children, who will grow up with it, and get to ask (for a while) "But what happens next??" with eyes of wonder and souls of adventure. For a while. Dovie'andi se tovya sagain.
  8. This made me cry. Bela came through the whole epic...to die to a Trolloc arrow
  9. Sakaea, Aes Sedai of the Blue Ajah. Still having issues, mostly with loading and posting.
  10. I'm in again, for goal of 105, since that was what I tried for in 2012, and was 3 books short. I'm on Goodreads too. 1. The Fires of Heaven by Robert Jordan 2. Lord of Chaos by Robert Jordan 3. Nexus by Gary M. Martin 4. Thr3e by Ted Dekker 5. A Crown of Swords by Robert Jordan 6. The Path of Daggers by Robert Jordan 7. Backlash by Karyn Good 8. Winter’s Heart by Robert Jordan 9. Crossroads of Twilight by Robert Jordan 10. The Dark Rose by Erin Kelly 11. Knife of Dreams by Robert Jordan 12. The Gathering Storm by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson 13. Obsessed by Ted Dekker 14. The Mad Scientist’s Guide to World Domination edited by John Joseph Adams 15. Dark Masques edited by J.N. Williamson 16. V For Vendetta by Steve Moore 17. The Tower by Simon Clark 18. Houses Without Doors by Peter Straub 19. Gideon’s Sword by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child 20. Gideon’s Corpse by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child 21. Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett 22. American Gods by Neil Gaiman 23. Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman 24. Towers of Midnight by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson 25. A Memory of Light by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson 26. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams 27. The Restaurant at the End of the Universe by Douglas Adams 28. Life, the Universe, and Everything by Douglas Adams 29. So Long, and Thanks for all the Fish by Douglas Adams 30. Young Zaphod Plays It Safe by Douglas Adams 31. Mostly Harmless by Douglas Adams 32. Inside HBO’s Game of Thrones by Bryan Cogman, David Benioff, D. B. Weiss, and George R. R. Martin 33. Bloodline by James Rollins 34. The Arabian Nights translated by Sir Richard F. Burton 35. Wheel of Time Reread: Books 1 - 4 by Leigh Butler 36. Wheel of Time Reread: Books 5 - 6 by Leigh Butler 37. Wheel of Time Reread: Books 7 - 9 by Leigh Butler 38. Wheel of Time Reread: Books 10 - 12 by Leigh Butler 39. Gardens of the Moon by Steven Erikson
  11. I made it to 102 books this year. Considering the length of many of them, that was quite a lot!
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