La corona di spade (La ruota del tempo, #7)
Publish date: November 1st 2006
Pages no: 938
Edition language: Italian
Series: Wheel of Time (#7)
Overall it was a quality follow-up to Lord of Chaos. It moved a bit slow at times, and the sections in Ebou Dar felt like they were a unnecessarily long, but there seemed to be a good bit of character development for all characters, which was a pleasant surprise.
Everything happens in a rush at the end of this one. Felt there was a good mix of time with all the characters.
Nevermind. I don't really care. Hate reading isn't my thing but it passes the time. Again, my most sincere and heartfelt thanks to Michael Kramer and Kate Reading, I wouldn't have got through it without your narration. Thank you. If I didn't think before Jordan had a problem with sex, I'd have t...
Every person who has even a passing interest in fantasy knows The Wheel of Time series gets slow in the middle. So are we there yet? No, but things do slow down somewhat. Is it still a good read? Most definitely, yes!The book starts with Perrin being a lovesick puppy for about one fourth of the book...
All I can say about this book is that nothing happens. This is not a [book:Waiting for Godot] or a [author:Ernest Hemingway] nothing happens, but rather a book in which something is supposed to happen but, well, nothing happens. Look, I am a fan of books in which nothing happens, as long as nothing ...
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