Well-known comic book writer Chuck Dixon, working closely with the Jordan estate, continues his exciting graphic novel adaptation of Robert Jordan's international bestseller,The Eye of the World. Volume Four, which collects issues 19-24 ofThe Eye of the World comic book, is illustrated by the talented Andie Tong, who also provided the interiors for Volume Two.
Volume Four ofThe Eye of the World: The Graphic Novel begins with Rand and Mat, Perrin and Egwene, and their friends and fellow travelers separated into three groups and trying to make their way to Caemlyn as quickly as possible.
Perrin and Egwene have fallen in with Elyas and his wolf companions. Perrin is both distressed and intrigued when he discovers that he can understand the wolves. When Thom is apparently killed defending them, Rand and Mat are grief-stricken, but they have no time to mourn, for they know that Darkfriends will soon be on their trail. The boys put Thom's lessons to good use by performing as gleemen to earn their livelihood as they head along the Caemlyn Road.
Moiraine begins to teach a reluctant Nynaeve the way of the One Power, challenging much that the Wisdom thought she understood about the world. Soon all three groups find themselves pursued by Darkfriends. Will they be safely reunited or will their enemies begin to pick them off, one by one?
ROBERT JORDAN is the multipleNew York Times, USA Today, Entertainment Weekly, andToronto Globe and Mail bestselling author of The Wheel of Time. CHUCK DIXON has written for every major comics publisher and is considered one of the best writers of Batman of all time. ANDIE TONG has illustrated many comics and graphic novels, includingThe Eye of the World: The Graphic Novel, Volume Two.
All of the dialogue is straight out of the book. Dixon is able to make the story flow on the page, without making it feel too dry or wordy. All the characters look like how I might imagine them. Fans of the books will be reminded of the things they enjoyed about the series in the first place. - Geeks of Doom
"I loved it. I really loved it. This is not just a beautiful visual aid to the story, but a means of being able to enjoy the story in a new way. I eagerly look forward to the next volume." -Richard Fife, Dragonmount.com