There was once an update schedule. It lived a good life, a peaceful life. A quiet life. But then... things began to change. It became more and more erratic, sometimes completely disobeying its very reason for existance. And at last, the update schedule could take no more. It cast off its chains and went free, seeking new lands where it would be appreciated. This message it left where once it had lived, to warn other schedules of the peril.
Saturday, January 24, 2015
Review: Lord of Chaos
Lord of Chaos by Robert Jordan
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
I do love finishing one of these. Onto Crown of Swords, then.
What, you want a review? Let me tell you, if you made it to book six, it would be pretty pathetic to give up with only eight more to go. These books aren't reviewable. I wouldn't know where to begin. At times I want to go back in time and stop them from being written, and at other times I just go "oh! That was actually really clever." It's all a muddle, but somehow I've grown to love this ridiculous world and even the people in it have become sort of tolerable.
I don't know what it is about these books that makes me keep reading them, but I can think about that in eight books. Right now sheer stubbornness is making me read all fourteen before I change my mind.
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