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THE WHEEL OF TIME S01E07 (REVIEW)

The Wheel of Time S01E07 Review

The Wheel of Time S01E07 is the seventh episode of the first season of an American epic fantasy television drama series streaming on Amazon Prime Video. The series is based on Robert Jordan’s novel series of the same name and is produced by Sony Pictures Television and Amazon Studios. The series has already been renewed for a second season!

The Wheel of Time S01E07 Review

Entitled “The Dark Along the Ways”, The Wheel of Time S01E07 continues to set up the season 1 finale as our intrepid ‘fellowship’ prepares to confront the Dark One at the Eye of the World. Seems awfully straightforward, doesn’t it? But as we will soon discover, the nagging suspicion of ‘convenient plot point’ simply won’t go away. Unfortunately so, as the season had been developing nicely but the ending of this episode is a bit of a head-scratcher.

The Wheel of Time S01E07 Review

There are essential two parts to The Wheel of Time S01E07. First, our ‘fellowship’ has to negotiate through the deadly obstacles in the Ways – a sort of shortcut between distant lands – though all it was really was the Dark Wind, a phenomena that posed no physical threats but only psychological (?!). Second, our ‘fellowship’ rest up at Fal Dara, and we are treated to exposition for Lan’s background as well as development of his relationship with Nynaeve, who’s paranoid distrust of everything and everyone is getting tiresome, it must be said.

The Wheel of Time S01E07 Review

But of course, the key quest of this season 1 is really answering the question – who is the Dragon Reborn? And so far, the answer has been – any of Rand, Mat, Perrin, Egwene and Nynaeve – all have magical abilities to some extent so that makes it complicated. However, by the end we are led to believe that the identity of the Dragon Reborn has been confirmed, though in a less than satisfactory manner. We shall see …


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