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Reading The Wheel of Time: Ituralde, Valda, and Logain Go to War in <i>Crossroads of Twilight</i> (Part 1)

Sylas K Barrett

Sylas K Barrett is a queer writer and creative based in Brooklyn. A fan of nature, character work, and long flowery descriptions, Sylas has been heading up Reading the Wheel of Time since 2018. You can (occasionally) find him on social media on Bluesky (@thatsyguy.bsky.social) and Instagram (@thatsyguy)

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Reading The Wheel of Time: Ituralde, Valda, and Logain Go to War in Crossroads of Twilight (Part 1)

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Rand al'Thor (from The Wheel of Time on Amazon Prime) weaving the One Power.

A Man Channeling Saidar — How Are Mixed Gender Circles Possible in The Wheel of Time?

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Screenshot of Padan Fain from Amazon's Wheel of Time, with Fain lounging on a chair holding a beautifully decorated box.

What Padan Fain Owes to Gollum, and What Rand al’Thor Might Learn From Him

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Reading The Wheel of Time: A Rescue and a Battle for the Future of Saidin in Winter’s Heart (Part 22)

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Full wrap-around cover art from Winter's Heart by Robert Jordan

Reading The Wheel of Time: Rand and Lan Defeat Their Enemies, But Lose to a Roof in Winter’s Heart (Part 21)

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Reading The Wheel of Time: Mat Escapes and Elopes in Winter’s Heart (Part 20)

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Reading The Wheel of Time: With Help, Mat Manages an Escape Plan in Winter’s Heart (Part 19)

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Reading The Wheel of Time: Elayne Goes on the Attack in Winter’s Heart (Part 18)

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Reading The Wheel of Time: Bonds, Power, and the Allegory of Assault in Winter’s Heart (Part 17)

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