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Crocevia del crespuscolo (La ruota del tempo, #10) - Robert Jordan
Crocevia del crespuscolo (La ruota del tempo, #10)
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9788834715338 (8834715330)
Publisher: Fanucci
Pages no: 928
Edition language: Italian
Series: Wheel of Time (#10)
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A Man With An Agenda
A Man With An Agenda rated it
2.0 Crossroads of Twilight, The Wheel of Time #10 by Robert Jordan
This is a toughie. There are many reasons why this book is so notorious, but I'll stick with two reasons. The first is that the bulk of this book is people reacting to the admittedly awesome cleanse of saidin at the end of 'Winter's Heart'. It was awesome, but did we really have to read through all ...
Ecletic Reader
Ecletic Reader rated it
3.0 Crossroads of Twilight
I am generally a fan of the series and I thought this installment was mostly enjoyable. It drags on unnecessarily in a number of places, but I'm getting used to Jordan being long-winded (i.e. Character A asks POV character a question. There are then 2 pages of descriptive text discussing the setting...
rameau's ramblings
rameau's ramblings rated it
1.0 Misogyny, sexism, the same old the same old by Robert Jordan and The Wheel of Time
I can't even. That's all I have at this point. Did I mention that I started shipping Mat and Birgitta? No? Oh, well. That's just another reason why this isn't working for me and will not. The horrible writing being the first. Damn me for being a plot girl.
CarlAlves rated it
2.0 Crossroads of Twilight
I can hardly believe it’s possible that an author can write seven hundred pages worth of absolutely nothing. In this tenth installment, there was virtually no movement of the plot. This series has become a tedious glacier that is incapable of moving forward. Mat Cauthon is still fleeing the Seanchan...
Ironic Contradictions
Ironic Contradictions rated it
Crossroads of Twilight is an ugly duckling in The Wheel of Time. Parts of the book are chronologically set in the same time span as the previous book and other parts are set in the 'current' time after the ninth book. Adding to the unorthodox chronological timing of this book is the fact that, of al...
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