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How to read The Wheel of Time books in order

Cliff Weitzman
By Cliff Weitzman Dyslexia & Accessibility Advocate, CEO/Founder of Speechify in Books in Order on February 25, 2023

    Listen to The Wheel of Time books on Speechify Audiobooks

    The Wheel of Time is a long series. While that tends to happen in high-fantasy, sometimes you don’t have the energy or want to work to read through it all.

    If you prefer listening to your favorite books instead of reading physical copies, Speechify can help. The platform has an extensive library of titles, and it’s still growing. Read the complete The Wheel of Time series, including Brandon Sanderson’s continuation of the Robert Jordan series with The Gathering Storm, Towers of Midnight, and A Memory of Light. After you’ve finished the series, you can also check out more books by Robert Jordan, such as Warrior of the Altaii, at Speechify Audiobooks today. Plus, get your first book free.


    What should I read before The Wheel of Time?

    Before reading The Wheel of Time, you can always begin with other popular fantasy books such as the Harry Potter series, The Lord of the Rings trilogy, and the Game of Thrones series.

    Can I skip any of The Wheel of Time books?

    The books were published in chronological order for the most part. The only exception is A New Spring. You can skip that book and read it at the end. It’s recommended that you stick to the reading order outlined above.

    How many Wheel of Time books are there?

    There are 15 The Wheel of Time books, including the prequel New Spring.

    Is there a Wheel of Time TV series?

    Amazon and Amazon Prime Video created a TV series for The Wheel of Time in 2021 starring actress and producer Rosamund Pike.

    Cliff Weitzman
    Cliff Weitzman

    Cliff Weitzman is a dyslexia advocate and the CEO and founder of Speechify, the #1 text-to-speech app in the world, totaling over 100,000 5-star reviews and ranking first place in the App Store for the News & Magazines category. In 2017, Weitzman was named to the Forbes 30 under 30 list for his work making the internet more accessible to people with learning disabilities. Cliff Weitzman has been featured in EdSurge, Inc., PC Mag, Entrepreneur, Mashable, among other leading outlets.