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Crossroads of Twilight by Robert Jordan
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Aug 22, 2012

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Read from August 22 to September 26, 2012

This is my least favorite part of every re-read. When it first came out, after such a long wait between books, I couldn't believe how little happened. It seemed like everyone just stood around going, Did something strange happen with the Power just now? During this re-read, certain little bits of repetition bothered me more than normal (Egwene & Elayne muse about interactions with their servants, the rebel Aes Sedai quarrel and maneuver amongst themselves), but as always, I found other things to enjoy - Perrin was actually more sensible and decisive than I'd remembered, Elayne demonstrated her negotiation skill as the Sea Folk finally leave Caemlyn, and of course, Mat begins his courtship of Tuon. As always, the Mat chapters were the most enjoyable for me.

I'd forgotten about one of Egwene's prophetic dreams, and now I'm especially curious to see how that turns out in the last volume.

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