Crown of Swords

(Wheel of Time (Paperback))

Average vote of 678
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The Wheel of Time turns, and Ages come and pass. What was, what will be, and what is, may yet fall under the Shadow. Let the Dragon ride again on the winds of time.
Wrote 6/14/14
Better than the incredibly boring last two books, this time there is actually a slight feeling of direction and plot development, even if as usual the ending seems to be coming out of nowhere and is left at a messy and fairly uninteresting jumping ba...Continua
Wrote 8/26/13
La storia continua ad essere bella ed intrigante, ma la narrazione lenta e quasi noiosa. Rispetto ai libri precedenti c'e' pero' un'accelerazione dalla meta' del volume in poi, durante la quale gli eventi scorrono sempre piu' velocemente, rendendo la...Continua
A Crown

Rand gets a kingdom of his own and deals with Sammael.

Wrote 1/21/10
Almost all of the Wheel of Time books I've read so far are too long for their own good. This one is no exception, but it's more bearable than its predecessor. It also gets better the nearer the end you get. All in all, it was good enough to push me t...Continua

Eleclyah (anche...
Wrote Sep 20, 2010, 19:59
Sometimes it amazed him. Lanky Thom with his white hair and mustaches, who had been a Queen’s lover once, and more willingly than himself, not to mention more than a lover, if you believed half he said. Square-jawed Harnan with that tattoo on his che...Continua
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Eleclyah (anche...
Wrote Sep 18, 2010, 20:53
“I thought you were dead,” Bera breathed. Cadsuane sniffed irritably. “I am growing tired of hearing that. The next imbecile I hear it from is going to yelp for a week.”
Pag. 374
Eleclyah (anche...
Wrote Sep 18, 2010, 20:47
The woman [Cadsuane] looked at the battered tea things as if she had all the time in the world. “Now you know,” she said at last, calm as ever, “that I know your future, and your present. The Light’s mercy fades to nothing for a man who can channel....Continua
Pag. 365
Eleclyah (anche...
Wrote Sep 18, 2010, 13:35
And for some reason, men and women who told the tale often found a need to add almost identical words. The storm is coming, they said, staring southward in worry. The storm is coming.
Pag. 740
Eleclyah (anche...
Wrote Sep 15, 2010, 11:44
Great diggings and foundations spread across what had been the Warders’ practice yard, tall wooden cranes and stacks of cut marble and granite. Masons and laborers swarmed over the workings like ants, and endless streams of wagons trailed through the...Continua
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