I don't want to buy books when my bookshelf is literally full as it is.If I may, those are worth ordering.
...Wheel of Time...
One, continuous story across 14 novels. Characters are so well done.
It was pretty well done series (for how far I read it... close to the end, I suppose, but I did quit before Jordan died), but it kinda got stuck in doing nothing for way too long in the middle.
After Tolkien, it's my all-time favorite fantasy piece. The entire story is genius, and if the human race does not immortalize this work, I will never speak to them again.
It's challenging, however, I find I get much more reading done when I ignore screen-based technology for at least a couple days on my own, or am otherwise forced to do so by external circumstances. Afterwards, I'm usually able to concentrate on written text much more easily. No guarantee this will work -- or would be convenient -- for others, of course, but it's worth a shot.Years ago I was reading books everywhere and everything. But lets be honest it was before Netflix and phone games (at least for me). And that's my problem, do you have any idea how to go back to reading? I would love to read again The Witcher, and few otheres books but how to do that?
...Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series...
Got the second and third books in the Wheel of Time series, so I will be starting the second part of "The Eye of the World" tonight.
The Finnish translations split each book into two novels, meaning the first novel I read was the first half of "The Eye of the World".