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.
Sunday, April 12, 2015
Review: Crossroads of Twilight
Crossroads of Twilight by Robert Jordan
My rating: 2 of 3 stars
Okay, so maybe Perrin could have spent just a tiny bit less time buying barley (although, to be honest, it was a welcome relief from his constant growling that he'll "do anything for Faile".) Although he did turn out to be rather epic.
Rand... meh. Didn't do much. And shouldn't some Asha'man have been as surprised as the Aes Sedai at the pillar of saidin and then maybe some shock at the Source being cleaned? They all seem to take it in stride.
Mat was also not so interesting until the end. I'm beginning to like Tuon.
Egwene I never really liked, and the whole Amyrlin thing really isn't endearing her to me.
I don't think there were any other major characters POVed this book. Not much happened in it, honestly.
And on we go to book 11.
Edit 4/13/15: Turns out I still had ten pages or so in the book. Review has been updated to match this.
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