The Wheel of Time turns, and Ages come and pass, leaving memories that become legend.
–Robert Jordan & Brandon Sanderson - Towers of Midnight - c.2010
Wheel of Time #13
Okay, so if you haven’t read the other 12 books in this series then you have no business going anywhere near this one. And if you have, then nothing I can say one way or the other will stop you reading this. I mean, you’ve come so far, why on earth would you stop now?
For the same reason there is no real point in me doing any sort of a plot recap. The only real thing to say is that it is really all beginning to kick off now. Those books where nothing happened, well, all their “happenings” end up here.
Okay, so there are some parts where you do notice that RJ isn’t around. But for the most part this book is an excellent read. It is a real page-turner, with so much going on, that in some places you’re thinking, maybe things should slow down a little.
I have to say that I enjoyed this a lot, more than the previous book, but at the same time some of it did stand out as not being quite right for Jordan, which is understandable as Sanderson isn’t Jordan and shouldn’t be expected to write like him.
Although the one thing that bugged me is Show Spoiler ▼
But I nit pick. Overall, two thumbs up from me.