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Crossroads of Twilight by Robert Jordan

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AuthorRobert Jordan
TitleCrossroads of Twilight
SeriesWheel of Time, The
Volume10
Year2003
GenreFantasy
 
Book Reviews / Comments (submitted by readers)
 
Submitted by s 
(Mar 06, 2011)

This book is by far the worst of the bunch. It feels like Jordan had a fill-in writer who was more interested in the minutiae of pregnancy, courtly dress, and friendship among women. If I wanted to read chick-lit I would have (actually I would have gouged my eyes out). I agree with comments below which decry the loss of focus on the main protagonists... Just read a summary of the book online instead of reading the whole thing.


Submitted by Anonymous 
(Jul 27, 2010)

The series started out a bit slow but as time progressed i came to like it and it kept me up past 11 every night. Now if your not a die-hard fantasy fan i'd say put these books down right now. It's not for those with a short attention span.At time the books were slow and jumbled ,but it all came together at the end at a huge clasic climax. In the books to follow I would become further immersed in the rich literature, diverse plot, descriptive characters,and the detailed setting. Overall this series will pull you in and spit you out wanting more.


Submitted by Martin Bridges 
(Nov 09, 2006)

It took me about as long to read this book as it took Robert Jordon to write it. It was agonizing, too much emphasis on clothes, on who thought what about someone else, how embarrassed they were etc. I found myself skipping paragraphs just to get to some meat in the story. Rand, Mat, Perrin and the Aiel are strong characters with the potential to kick some Seanchan or Darkspawn booty. Rand can travel anywhere in a nanosecond and so can the Ashamen and all the enlightened Aes Sedai, why don't they get together and collaborate, Rand seems to be playing things way too cagey, why doesn't Rand wipe out more of his enemies instead of mooning around wondering what Min thinks of him and battling crazy men in his head?

The Aes Sedai don't seem to co-operate at all and are busy spying on each other and mis-understanding what it is that anybody does. They are easily killed by any-one with a knife despite their abilities with the power.

Please Mr. Jordan, get it together, stop all the minutiae, details of a Taraboner's Sunday best or lack thereof is positively boring.
The details of past battles and adventures of reincarnated heroes is exciting, the progression of the plot to tie together all the Countries, Kings, Queens, and the myriad of Forsaken fiends and their minions need to be brought together.
I don't remember half of the plot lines anymore, but I know that I enjoyed books one through eight, and only parts of 9 and 10.
I could never recommend that you don't buy and read this book, as it would be next to impossible to understand the next one, but it was very exasperating for most of the time.


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