A Crown of Swords Audiobook free – TWOT 7

Science Fiction & FantasyA Crown of Swords Audiobook free - TWOT 7
4.6/5 - (38 votes)
Status: Completed
Version: Unabridged
Author: Robert Jordan
Narrator: Kate Reading, Michael Kramer
Series: The Wheel of Time
Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Updated: 13/04/2024
Listening Time: 30 hrs and 31 mins
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  • Soulful_Exploration
  • Chapter 00 - Prologue - Lightnings (Part 1)
  • Chapter 00 - Prologue - Lightnings (Part 2)
  • Chapter 00 - Prologue - Lightnings (Part 3)
  • Chapter 01 - High Chasaline
  • Chapter 02 - The Butcher's Yard (1)
  • Chapter 02 - The Butcher's Yard
  • Chapter 03 - Hill of the Golden Dawn
  • Chapter 04 - Into Cairhien
  • Chapter 05 - A Broken Crown
  • Chapter 06 - Old Fear and New Fear
  • Chapter 07 - Pitfalls and Tripwires
  • Chapter 08 - The Figurehead
  • Chapter 09 - A Pair of Silverpike
  • Chapter 10 - Unseen Eyes
  • Chapter 11 - An Oath
  • Chapter 12 - A Morning of Victory
  • Chapter 13 - The Bowl of the Winds
  • Chapter 14 - White Plumes
  • Chapter 15 - Insects
  • Chapter 16 - A Touch on the Cheek
  • Chapter 17 - The Triumph of Logic
  • Chapter 18 - As the Plow Breaks the Earth
  • Chapter 19 - Diamonds and Stars
  • Chapter 20 - Patterns Within Patterns
  • Chapter 21 - Swovan Night
  • Chapter 22 - Small Sacrifices
  • Chapter 23 - Next Door to a Weaver
  • Chapter 24 - The Kin
  • Chapter 25 - Mindtrap
  • Chapter 26 - The Irrevocable Words
  • Chapter 27 - To Be Alone
  • Chapter 28 - Bread and Cheese
  • Chapter 29 - The Festival of Birds
  • Chapter 30 - The First Cup
  • Chapter 31 - Mashiara
  • Chapter 32 - Sealed to the Flame
  • Chapter 33 - A Bath
  • Chapter 34 - Ta'veren
  • Chapter 35 - Into the Woods
  • Chapter 36 - Blades
  • Chapter 37 - A Note from the Palace
  • Chapter 38 - Six Stories
  • Chapter 39 - Promises to Keep
  • Chapter 40 - Spears
  • Chapter 41 - A Crown of Swords
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A Crown of Swords Audiobook: Weaving Destiny’s Tapestry with Words

As the first notes of A Crown of Swords audiobook resonated through my headphones, I was enveloped in a familiar warmth – the kind that comes from returning to a world that’s grown dear to me. The seventh chapter in Robert Jordan’s epic Wheel of Time series promised a continuation of the intricate dance of fate and magic that I’ve come to adore. This time, the heatwave gripping the world added a tangible urgency to the narrative, making every step of Elayne, Mat, and Aviendha toward the fabled bowl not just a quest but a desperate race against nature’s fury.

The storytelling prowess of Robert Jordan once again unfolds with an elegance that can only be compared to the artistry of Aes Sedai weaving threads of the One Power. Each character’s journey feels like a thread in an ever-growing tapestry, and as their paths intertwine, the picture becomes clearer and more compelling. The series has always been about more than battles; it’s about political intrigue, personal growth, and the complexities of human (and non-human) interaction. And true to form, A Crown of Swords does not disappoint.

Kate Reading and Michael Kramer return as narrators for this installment, bringing with them an enhanced synergy that speaks volumes about their dedication to their craft. Their performances are like a fine wine that has aged well; they’ve grown richer and more robust with each audiobook. Kramer’s deep tones embody the male characters with gravitas while Reading’s range captures both the strength and subtlety of the female cast. The pauses they employ are not mere silences – they’re charged with anticipation and add depth to Jordan’s already vivid prose.

In this volume, Egwene’s storyline particularly captivated me as she works tirelessly to unify women from diverse backgrounds – Windfinders and those gifted with wisdom – into a force capable of shaping the world’s destiny. Her tenacity mirrors our own world’s need for leadership that embraces diversity as a strength rather than a division.

Jordan continues his tradition of grounding fantastical elements in relatable human experiences. Just as in The Eye of the World and The Great Hunt, he doesn’t whisk us away to distant galaxies or unimaginable dimensions; instead, he transforms our own world into something extraordinary yet believable. This time around, it’s not just about battling mythical creatures or navigating political webs – it’s also about facing an environmental catastrophe that could spell doom for all.

While some might argue that Jordan is deliberately drawing out his tale, I find myself disagreeing vehemently. Each new installment adds layers to his characters and intricacies to his world that make every additional hour spent listening feel like an investment rather than an indulgence. And isn’t that what we seek in great fantasy? A story so richly woven that we can lose ourselves within its threads time and time again without ever growing weary?

As A Crown of Swords drew to its conclusion, I found myself both satisfied with the journey thus far and eager for what lies ahead. It’s no small feat for an author – or narrators – to maintain such momentum seven books into a series, yet here I am, still enthralled.

For those seeking refuge from mundane reality or just looking for an adventure that challenges both mind and spirit, this audiobook awaits you at Audiobooks4soul.com – a haven where stories are spun into audible gold.

So until our paths cross again on another literary escapade – whether it be through mystical lands or across star-studded skies – I bid you happy listening. May your ears be graced with tales as boundless as time itself.


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  1. Hey Steven — thanks for doing this! It looks like as of today I’m having the same issue Miranda did. I’m reading the books but use your audio books to supplement my reading during my drive to and from work. Not sure what happened but would love to have all the chapters back again. Any help would be great. Thank you!

  2. Hey! Lots of the chapters disappeared. It would be awesome if all of them came back! I’m in no rush, I have the hard copies, but I like to listen when I’m falling asleep.

  3. What happened? I was in the middle of listening to this book and suddenly the playlist went from all chapters to just 9 random chapters. Not even 9 chapters in a row, just random jumping points.


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