So far probably the most transitory volume ever, even if written a bit better than the previous one. The bottom line remains the same: the story is interesting but while imaginative Jordan was not a good writer, had an abysmal editor and did not have a clue about characterisation.
The plot progresses at a snail pace but there are some small advancements. Women remain an incentive to mass murder with very few exception.
Main disappointment was the big event in the end. Such a build up for such a badly developed climax.
Could have been much much better...Continua
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I actually enjoyed this book more then most of the ones prior to it. I think it has to do with the length of the book. Much shorter than many of the others.