Lord of Chaos
In this sequel to the phenomenal New York Times bestseller The Fires of Heaven, we plunge again into Robert Jordan's extraordinarily rich, totally unforgettable world:On the slopes of Shayol Ghul, the Myrddraal swords are forged, and the sky is not the sky of this world;In Salidar the White Tower... show more
In this sequel to the phenomenal New York Times bestseller The Fires of Heaven, we plunge again into Robert Jordan's extraordinarily rich, totally unforgettable world:On the slopes of Shayol Ghul, the Myrddraal swords are forged, and the sky is not the sky of this world;In Salidar the White Tower in exile prepares an embassy to Caemlyn, where Rand Al'Thor, the Dragon Reborn, holds the throne--and where an unexpected visitor may change the world....In Emond's Field, Perrin Goldeneyes, Lord of the Two Rivers, feels the pull of ta'veren to ta'veren and prepares to march....Morgase of Caemlyn finds a most unexpected, and quite unwelcome, ally....And south lies Illian, where Sammael holds sway....
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: November 15th 1995
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Pages no: 1011
Edition language: English
Series: Wheel of Time (#6)
I have another review of 'Lord of Chaos' floating around, a fragment from my last full reread of the series in 2009. I was not impressed, and while there are still problems with the series - the first reluctant nod to homosexuality goes to a villain first of all - but as I've been saying this latest...
Out of all the books I’ve read so far in this series, this probably ranks as my third favorite. I found the last couple of books in the series a little on the slow side and reading them was kind of like treading water. Lord of Chaos started out a little slow, but it quickly picked up. Don’t get me w...
WOW this book took me a long time to get through.Perhaps simply because I did not move through this book as quickly as I thought I would I am inclined to give it a lower rating. Although all Wheel of Time books ARE long, this one also FELT long, and it got to be a bit of a headache holding all the v...
Overall a worthwhile read and an enjoying continuation of the series. Despite the overall quality of the book, it does suffer from some serious deficiencies that have seemed to mark the whole series. While I did like Elayne, Nyneave, and Egwene in the first book, and through a good part of the secon...
...and I keep reading, er, listening. I'd probably have shredded the paperbook already. As it is, I'll suffer through these as I move about. Yes, my sanity is in question.