Crossroads of Twilight

Crossroads of Twilight

Book - 2003 | 1st ed
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Mat Cauthon flees the Shadow and the Seanchan Empire with the kidnapped Daughter of the Nine Moons, while Perrin Aybara seeks to free his captive wife, and Egwere al'Vere seeks to reunite the Aes Sedai.
Publisher: New York : Tor, 2003
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312877750
0312877757
9780312864590
0312864590
Branch Call Number: x
Characteristics: 700 p. : map ; 25 cm

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salgeogal
Aug 30, 2016

Haven't read this one. Read most of the series and love big thick reads, but gave up. Too much repetition. Read somewhere his wife was his editor and if it's true, it shows. Don't remember the characters name, but she was always pulling at her braid. Good detail every once in a while, but it came up every time she was in a scene. Ok, we get it - she pulls her braid when she's upset! Don't have to tell us every other page!

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lhumeniuk
Apr 21, 2015

Was disappointed in this book in the series. I love the series but the author uses ridiculous names for character's and he never solves the main 3 male characters problems in this book. I think if you skip this book in the series, you'd not miss much.

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mrstick
Sep 04, 2014

Very slow book with a lot of useless descriptives that dont add anything. A bit of a bore!

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jibb
Jul 23, 2012

Not the high point of the series. Although the plot began to drag over the past few books, Crossroads of Twilight brings the plot to an almost complete halt. Eight-hundred pages of checking in with each character, seeing that nothing has happened, but that everyone's getting ready. Without any progress in the plot to distract, Robert Jordan's writing tics (over-elaborate descriptions of food and dress; repetition of the same sniffing, shawl twitching, braid-tugging, etc. gestures; all the male characters complaining about how bizarre women are and vice versa) really start to grate. Fortunately, the plot finally picks up again in the next book, giving you something to look forward to.

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robleicht
Mar 03, 2010

Easily the worst book of the series. Nothing happens!

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