Knife of Dreams
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: November 28th 2006
Publisher: Tor Fantasy
Pages no: 860
Edition language: English
Series: Wheel of Time (#11)
A much better installment than the previous few. The resolution of Perrin's storyline is thankful as it was dragging to an unnecessary extent. I still like Perrin as a character, though I feel he is largely wasted on mostly self-contained story lines that would have better fit in a spin-off series. ...
Thank heavens for work distractions which allowed me basically to skim-listen through this book. Nothing can save this burning heap of misogynistic trash. Nothing.
This book feels like a roller-coaster ride after the last book. The action began right in the first pages of prolog (Galad and Whitecloaks subplot). Things moves much closer to the Last Battle; three of the most annoying subplots which dragged on and on during the last three books were finally resol...
Much Moore going on in this part.
I am inclined to say that I like book 11 as much as any other (if not more so) in the series. It was fantastically exciting, full of surprises (and not-surprises) interesting twists, and plenty of evidence the Tarmon Gai'don (the last battle between dark and light) is rapidly approaching. It is also...
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