Late start to the year put here goes: 1. A Memory of Light- Robert Jordan, Brandon Sanderson (Book 14, Wheel Of Time) The final chapter of a true epic, this book, like the previous 2, was written by Brandon Sanderson, finishing what Jordan started some 20 years ago. A true fantasty masterpiece, it was the 14th novel in the series, and managed to bring a huge number of plot lines and characters to a satisfying conclusion. Sanderson played it safe, and stayed true to the characters that Jordan created. It felt though, that at times the ending was not the original one intended, as some major characters had unsatisfying roles, and some plot points felt rushed. Mind you, the book still clocked in at around 200k+ words, so little truncation doesn't hurt. I recommend the series to anyone who likes LoTR, GoT, or other fantasy works. Just be prepared for a long haul.