quote CorruptionThe thing is it doesn't even feel like I've missed out on much at all in the intervening books I've skipped!Clearly you know what you're talking about when giving Jordan credit, having not even read four and half of the books Jordan penned.
quote CorruptionI'm reluctant to give credit to Jordan to be honest. To me the series was dead in the water, enough so to make me stop reading part way through A Crown of Swords (I seem to remember another mention of Nynaeve pulling her braid which caused me to delete the e-book immediately, in a huff of frustration)You really should go back and read through Knife of Dreams. Crossroads of Twilight was the only book that I've ever found to be utterly boring. I wouldn't be so quick to give Sanderson credit for injecting some life into the series since Jordan started that work, again, in KoD. Not that Sanderson isn't magnificent, Gathering Storm is among my top 3 books in the series, but it's not like Jordan didn't start picking up the pace again near the end (you know...because it was the end.)
quote Mister MacPhisto^True story. The last three in particular were monsters.Ok, bluexy I was about to say as I recall there being some things in the prequel that's best if you don't read it first. Or early.
They might get thinner for a little bit... but then they get thicker.
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