The Wheel of Time: Book 1 - part 1
ISBN: 978-0-7653-4184-6
Published: January 2002
Paperback pages: 416
Chapters: 23

Cover Synopsis
"For Rand al’Thor and his pals, life in the sleepy village of Emond’s Field has been pretty dull. Until the appearance on festival night of Moiraine, a mysterious woman who claims to be an Aes Sedai -- a magician who can wield the One Power.  Soon after, the village is attacked by Trollocs -- a savage tribe of half-men half-beasts.  Rand’s father is nearly killed.  But for Rand, the news gets worse.  It was not the village the Trollocs were after.  Moiraine tells him: 'It was you, Rand.'  Rand and his friends are forced to flee.  But his escape will bring him face to face with the Dark One...the most powerful force of evil in the universe."

The Wheel of Time: Book 1 - part 2
ISBN: 978-0-7653-4221-8
Published: January 2002
Paperback pages: 480
Chapters: 30

Cover Synopsis
"Pursued by Trollocs and Myrddraal, Rand and his friends find refuge in the deserted city of Shadar Logoth. But their wandering -- and the many dangers they face -- are far from over.  From from the lips of a dying Aiel girl they learn that the Dark One means to blind the Eye of the World.  Having barely escaped capture and death, Rand finds himself face to face with Aginor: a wielder of the One Power and an ally of the Dark One.  In the battle that follows, Rand will discover his true identity...and destiny."

The Wheel of Time: Book 2 - part 1
ISBN: 978-0-7653-4843-2
Published: January 2004
Paperback pages: 432
Chapters: 21

Cover Synopsis
"Since they were boys, Rand and his friends have heard the tales of the Great Hunt of the Horn.  Fabulous tales of hunters and of a legendary horn that can raise the dead heroes of the ages.  But no sooner is the horn found then it is stolen.  And in order to save Mat's life, Rand must find it."

The Wheel of Time: Book 2 - part 2
ISBN: 978-0-7653-4844-9
Published: January 2004
Paperback pages: 464
Chapters: 29

Cover Synopsis
"In this second part of the tale after The Hunt Begins, Rand al'Thor -- reluctantly drawn into the quest to recover the Horn of Valere -- must face something even more frightening than the Myrddraal and Trollocs: his own true identity.  Can Rand really be the Dragon Reborn?"