Lord of Chaos
Publish date: March 16th 2010
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 944
Edition language: English
Series: Wheel of Time (#6)
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.
More about Perrin and Mat in this one. More of the characters end up back in the same area. Mention made of the other side of the waste. We also see more of the Forsaken.Enjoyed this. If you've made it to this point in the series and can keep everything straight then well done!