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Robert Jordan


(James Oliver Rigney Jr)
USA (1948 - 2007)

aka Reagan O'Neal, Jackson O'Reilly

Robert Jordan was born in 1948 in Charleston, South Carolina, in a house built in 1797.

He taught himself to read when he was four with the incidental aid of a twelve-years-older brother, and was tackling Mark Twain and Jules Verne by five. He is a graduate of The Citadel, the Military College of South Carolina, with a degree in physics. He served two tours in Vietnam with the U.S. Army; among his decorations are the Distinguished Flying Cross, the Bronze Star with "V", and two Vietnamese Crosses of Gallantry.

Sadly, Robert Jordan, aged 58, died on the 16th September 2007.
 
Series
Fallon (as by Reagan O'Neal)
1. The Fallon Blood (1995)
2. The Fallon Pride (1981)
3. The Fallon Legacy (1982)
The Fallon BloodThe Fallon PrideThe Fallon Legacy
 
The Eye of the WorldThe Great HuntThe Dragon RebornThe Shadow Rising
The Fires of HeavenLord of ChaosA Crown of SwordsThe Path of Daggers
Winter's HeartCrossroads of TwilightKnife of DreamsThe Gathering Storm
Towers of MidnightA Memory of LightRobert Jordan Wheel of Time 3 Vol. Boxed SetThe Wheel of Time Box Set
The World of Robert Jordan's the Wheel of TimeBest of Robert Jordan: The Shadow Rising / The Fires of Heaven / Lord of Chaos / A Crown of SwordsRobert Jordan's The Wheel of Time Calendar 2001Snow: The Prologue to Winter's Heart
New Spring: A Wheel of Time PrequelWhat the Storm Means: Prologue to the Gathering StormWheel of Time Boxed Set IV: Crossroads of Twilight / Knife of Dreams / Gathering StormBy Grace and Banners Fallen: Prologue to A Memory of Light
The Complete Wheel of Time
 
Eye of the World
1. From the Two Rivers (2002)
2. To the Blight (2002)
From the Two RiversTo the Blight
 
The Hunt BeginsNew Threads In The Pattern
 
Robert Jordan recommends
Dying of the Light
Dying of the Light (1977)
George R R Martin
"I always expect the best from George R. R. Martin and he always delivers."
The Sword of Samurai Cat
The Sword of Samurai Cat (1991)
(Samurai Cat)
Mark E Rogers
"The Cat is marvelously funny and maniacally adventurous, turning every fantasy convention on its ear. I want to be Miaowara Tomokato when I grow up."
Mojo and the Pickle Jar
Mojo and the Pickle Jar (1991)
Douglas Bell
"...A stunning new voice!"
Cup of Clay
Cup of Clay (1991)
(Taliswoman, book 1)
Carole Nelson Douglas
"Cup of Clay is a great beginning for a series that looks to break new ground not follow old paths."
The Forever King
The Forever King (1992)
(Forever King, book 1)
Molly Cochran and Warren Murphy
"A fresh and exciting view of the Arthur legend, full of adventure. I read it in one sitting because I didn't want to put it down."
The Unicorn War
The Unicorn War (1995)
(Unicorn Quest, book 5)
John Lee
"A rousing finale to a terrific series."
A Game of Thrones
A Game of Thrones (1996)
(Song of Ice and Fire, book 1)
George R R Martin
"Grabs hold and won't let go. It's brilliant."
A Cavern of Black Ice
A Cavern of Black Ice (1999)
(Sword of Shadows, book 1)
J V Jones
"J. V. Jones is a striking writer . . . wonderful."
Mother of Kings
Mother of Kings (2001)
Poul Anderson
"With Mother of Kings, Poul Anderson proves that he is indeed a master."
Going for Infinity: A Literary Journey
Going for Infinity: A Literary Journey (2002)
Poul Anderson
"A Master!"
The Binder's Road
The Binder's Road (2003)
(Eiden Myr, book 2)
Terry McGarry
"A wonderful new voice and a different vision."
Heat of Fusion: And Other Stories
Heat of Fusion: And Other Stories (2004)
John M Ford
"John M. Ford is the best writer in America, bar none."
A Feast for Crows
A Feast for Crows (2004)
(Song of Ice and Fire, book 4)
George R R Martin
"Grabs hold and won't let go. It's brilliant."



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