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A Crown of Swords by Robert Jordan
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Sep 08, 2011

really liked it
Read from September 08 to 10, 2011

Disorganised, cursed with some truly irritating characters, this is a book that earns back in moments what it spends most of its time handing away; there are a few points of catharsis so enjoyable that I forgive it almost everything. Though Robert Jordan clearly had some sort of serious paranoia issues about the fairer sex...
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09/08/2011 page 100
11.0% "Lordy, but this book has a messy, disorganised beginning. Seriously. Too many scenes that either aren't needed at all or should have been in the previous book (which was too long, but other stuff should have been cut before this stuff). Grrr."
09/08/2011 page 245
27.0% "A book should not still be feeling like the denouement to its predecessor by 250 pages in, but there's still not much sign that this is going anywhere..."
09/08/2011 page 310
35.0% "Microcosm of everything that's wrong with the Wheel of Time; Mat just spent an entire chapter following someone through a crowded city. This should have been about four paragraphs, tops."
09/09/2011 page 383
43.0% "Just what this series needed! Another cantankerous, overbearing, hypocritical, short-sighted woman! *sigh*"
09/09/2011 page 455
51.0% "Hooray! More lectures in how Nynaeve in an intolerable bitch. At least she's getting a taste of her own medicine... so sick of this character..."

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