A Crown of Swords by Robert Jordan
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I can officially say that I'm halfway through the Wheel of Time series. I don’t want to think about how many pages I’ve turned anymore than I want to figure how many I have yet to read.
The story continues to get more complex. Slowly questions are being answer, while others are just forming. With the amount of characters now in the series, I almost need a map to remember who they are and how they fit. It was nice to see Lan, I hope doesn't get lost in the story again. Mat’s involvement added some excited, but the ending of the book seemed rushed. Shadar Logoth is such an interesting place in the over story with such rich history that I wish we were taken there for more than a few pages.
I believe Path of Daggers is next. I’m hoping that momentum of the story starts to pick up. The many plot arcs have to merge at some point and when they do it’s going to be exciting. If not, it's going to be tedious for a while. No matter, I’ll keep reading.
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