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By Robert Jordan

ISBN-10: 0812550285

ISBN-13: 9780812550283

The Wheel of Time turns, and a long time come and cross. What used to be, what's going to be, and what's, might but fall lower than the Shadow. allow the Dragon trip back at the winds of time.

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Countenance such a thing. The thought made him queasy. "I'll hear no more of that," he growled. The onetime Tinker opened his mouth, but Perrin cut him off. "Not a word, Aram, do you hear me? " "As my Lord Perrin commands," Aram murmured, inclining his head. see the man's face. There was no anger in the smell of him, no resentment. That was the worst of it. There had been no anger scent even when Aram suggested murder. A pair of Two Rivers men climbed up on the wheels of the next wagon, peering across the wagon bed and down the hill toward the north.

Sometimes fire darted from his hands to strike down vultures that did not give way. Every time, Nandera, who led the Maidens, or Sulin, her second, argued with him. Sometimes Wise Ones did, too, from the way they tugged at the body's coat as if demonstrating something. And Rand would nod and move on. Not without backward glances, though. And only until another body caught his attention. " demanded a haughty voice at Perrin's knee. By scent he knew her before he looked down. Statuesque and elegant in a green silk riding dress and thin linen dust-cloak, Kiruna Nachiman was sister to King Pai-tar of Arafel and a powerful noble in her own right, and becoming Aes Sedai had done nothing to dampen her manner.

Rand's voice was soft, the whisper of a blade sliding in its sheath. "I think the Lord Dragon is too busy for teaching," Taim replied smoothly, yet the anger smell rose again. "Too important. Take men who need the least of it. I can choose the furthest along—" "One," Rand cut in. " Taini smiled, spreading his hands in acquiescence, but the scent of frustration nearly overwhelmed anger. Again Rand pointed without looking. " This time, he seemed surprised to find he was pointing directly at a man in his middle years sitting atop an upturned cask on the other side of the • wagon circle, paying no attention to the gathering around Rand.

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