A deep dive into the hidden meaning, identity, and motivation in the story of The Wheel of Time. Designed for readers who have finished the series and are looking for more understanding without memorizing all the different Aes Sedai.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5493125/advertisement
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Seth and Aradia rewatch episode three after having finished the whole season. This episode is a gorgeous take on some of our favorite early scenes, including Aradia’s first guest-appearance on the podcast. more
Seth and Aradia rewatch episode two after having finished the whole season. This episode is nearly perfect and almost everything we need, from precise book quotes to wise adaptation decisions to even more fantastic outfits. more
Seth and Aradia rewatch episode one after having finished the whole season. This episode feels like settling into a new WoT book, all recap and reminders of characters and locations. We’re loving the costumes! more
In its early days, this was a fun podcast that delved into the myriad layers of the rich world, characters and narrative of the Wheel of Time. I was often impressed by their thoughtful analysis, which allowed me to see the story from angles that i hadn't previously considered. more
I miss how the show was when Patrick was still involved. The show was chill and thoughtful. I’m still glad the show has cotinued, but I REALLY wish they would edit-out off topic conversations, politics, and Aradia’s nervous laughter.
I am obsessed with this podcast
5 years of episodes; averaging about 2 hours an episode, one episode a week and they just finished book 8 this week. Truly in depth coverage. They research every character in every chapter to find the connections you missed on your 12th reread.
Been listening since almost there very beginning and happy to say that the podcast has only improved. Changing hosts is always a difficult move, but the show has only gotten stronger, more in depth, and more entertaining. Keep up the good work.
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WoT Spoilers launched 7 years ago and published 510 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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