- Apr 13, 2006
Ah, must have missed that. Thanks for letting me know, had seen all the theories but didn't realise it had been confirmed.
me too but that happens with all my readsMark Robson said:They all blurred into one for me.
i aggreeKerayi said:omg! i sooo know what you mean. when i finished reading the battle at Dumai's Wells i felt drained, like i'd been there. I love it when a book does that to you! But i have to say the ending of Winter's Heart, the whole cleansing bit (won't say too much to give anything away) was absolutely amazing. I understand what people are saying about it being so long and everything, but why are you complaining?!?
Knife of Dreams is definitely much, much faster-paced than the books preceeding it, closer to books 4-6 in terms of having lots of sub-plots, but lots of resolution.Oh yes, I agree about books 2 and 3. I'm still catching up with the Wheel of Time books, but I've heard that Knife of Dreams is more or less as good as the early ones. Anyone agree?
Well there's enough stuff to tie up that I don't think there'll be room for much else if he wants it less than 2000 pages lol!
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