Publish date: May 1st 2004
Edition language: Italian
Series: Wheel of Time (#4)
A great follow-up to The Dragon Reborn. This book should be viewed as a set-up to the larger story. The first two books in series are largely background and general set-up, while the third book should be viewed more as the culmination of pre-story. Quite a bit occurs during the story, though there i...
I remember reading this on paper and in Finnish (translation) and now I remember why I flounced the series. The writing is so very bad and I hate myself for wanting to know how the epic arc ends. Dammit.
Before I start my review, there is something I really need to get off my chest. GAWYN TRAKAND IS A COMPLETE IDIOT WHO HAS A DUBIOUS DISTINCTION OF BEING THE MOST IDIOTIC GOOD GUY IN THE HISTORY OF FANTASY, OR LITERATURE IN GENERAL. Sorry, I had to do it; now back to the review.It is hard to say anyt...
Okay, I am now commenting on book number four and I am not sure what I want to actually comment on because there is really nothing much that I can say that I have already said. Also, in a way these books have really morphed into some sort of blur that I can't actually remember what the individual on...
In this book we have plenty of squaring off between our Two Rivers heroes and the Forsaken. I won’t tell you who comes out on top, but it wasn’t a sure thing either way. Nynaeve has some fears she has to face. Meanwhile, Perrin struggles against his blossoming wolfish nature; the Whitecloaks are on...
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