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by Robert Jordan, Brandon Sanderson
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A Man With An Agenda
A Man With An Agenda rated it 2 years ago
If the cover art weren't a clue, Perrin takes center stage in this volume with a final confrontation with the Whitecloaks under Galad. This is something that has been brewing since 'The Eye of the World', so it was very satisfying. Perrin's and Galad's plotlines conjoining puts Morgase into an inter...
Ecletic Reader
Ecletic Reader rated it 5 years ago
This is the book that truly returned this series to fulfilling its potential, at least for me. Numerous story lines and subplots are finally wrapped up to clear the way for the Last Battle. Perrin has finally stepped into his role and begun to accomplish what he was responsible for all along. Mat ha...
rameau's ramblings
rameau's ramblings rated it 6 years ago
The author change did improve the quality of the writing in the sense of cutting down the purple in the purplest of proses. But as a downside of the improved craft, it highlights the disturbing content of the writing. The misogynistic taint that undermines the so-called-but-not-really-powerful-aft...
olivia rated it 7 years ago
Caution: This review contains minor spoilers. I have the impression that Brandon Sanderson, who has done an outstanding job with the Herculean task of finishing Robert Jordan's epic, The Wheel of Time, is tremendously fond of Perrin Aybara. I have this impression because there's an awful lot of Pe...
Another Novel Read | BookLikes
Another Novel Read | BookLikes rated it 8 years ago
Another awesome chunk of the Wheel of Time series. Brandon Sanderson has done such a good job with these final three books! This one wasn’t quite as smooth as the previous book (lots of tense scenes happening simultaneously, with no break), but it was still very enjoyable. I’ve really enjoyed the ad...
caseyreads rated it 8 years ago
I am very surprised by all the high star reviews. The Gathering Storm was MUCH better. Far superior. This book was a whole lot of fluff drawn out over pages and pages. I kept picking up the book, reading, and then putting it down. I could not get into the story.Perrin is awful. I don't dislike him, ...
mattries37315 rated it 8 years ago
Pieces Fall Into Place for The Last Battle Towers of Midnight, Brandon Sanderson's second outing in The Wheel of Time series, built upon foundations laid in The Gathering Storm to set up the series' final volume in outstanding fashion. The main story arc of the book was that of Perrin, not only se...
Ironic Contradictions
Ironic Contradictions rated it 8 years ago
Towers of Midnight is the second book of three between Brandon Sanderson and the late Robert Jordan to finish off the Wheel of Time series. It can be interesting to go back and re-read a novel a year or so after last reading it to find that you didn't remember as many of the finer details as you tho...
Blodeuedd rated it 8 years ago
30.12.2012First just let me say how much I hate the Seanchan, and they are not even the bad guys, well ok they are bad, but not THE bad guys. Here we get insight into what might happen if the world comes out ok after the last battle. And I will only say that I hope everyone last Seanchan ends up in ...
Bree Likes Books
Bree Likes Books rated it 8 years ago
Yaaaaaay. I'm so glad I finished, that was awesome.Except also booooo, I just found out that the book #14 ebook release will be delayed until APRIL, which means I flogged my way through a reread before January for now freaking reason.Siiiigh.
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