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10 Savvy Updates to The Wheel of Time That Make It Worth Binge-Watching

If you’re a purist, you’re in for a few shocks

Credit: Amazon Prime Video

Like many WoT fans, I’ve been waiting for a great adaptation of the series since the early 90s. So when Amazon announced they’d be tackling the 14 super-sized books — totalling nearly 12,000 pages — I was overcome by equal parts glee and terror.

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