Robert Jordan is know for taking his sweet time with setting up plots and even more for resolving them(even more for describing everything). This book is no different from the other ten in that respect. It starts off really slow, but after about a third of the way through begins to heat up.
Perrin/Faile plot is finally resolved. Mat/Tuon plot comes to a head. And for once all the time spent on Elaynes' story leads somewhere. All in all a huge improvement over the last few books, but still lacking some of the grandeur and pace that made the earlier books so captivating. My biggest complaint is that Rand, once again, barely gets a piece of this book(my favorite character). Rand is so darn cool, use him more RJ.
With one more book to go(supposedly) u wont want to miss out on this one. I almost forgive RJ for the last 3 in the series... almost
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