( kindle ) Path of Daggers (Wheel of Time) author Robert Jordan



9 thoughts on “Path of Daggers (Wheel of Time)

  1. says:

    Why are adults being paddled and paddling or threatening to paddle people? And why would an adult come around to heal because they were paddled? And none of the women are particularly likable. Why are they always applying gross stereo

  2. says:

    So ends the eighth book of the Wheel of Time. I'm marking this one on the low end of four stars. I will warn that there may be slight, slight spoilers below. If you don't want to know things like who is still alive, or who is in this book, I'd steer clear. Otherwise, I will keep any major spoilers contained and marked, w

  3. says:

    Path of Daggers is the red headed stepchild of the Wheel of Time series: as noted by other reviewers Mat Cauthon the series charact

  4. says:

    I thought this book was better than some of the previous books. (Although apparently I am in the minority compared to what I've read on the internet.)

    It starts off quicker, with significant plot events happening early in the beginning of the book. (In the previous few books, it seemed like stuff only happened in

  5. says:

    This series of books is the best I have read. Each book I have found hard to put down, this one has been no different.

    I love the way the characters develop and the detail around each individual group. So many smaller stories in one.

    I am binge reading this series, I think I would have found it quite diffi

  6. says:

    Some decent progression of the plot in this one, and in the last 10 chapters it really picks up the pace and gets very intriguing. Shorter than the previous couple of entries, it's a nice read for around 2 weeks. The main downside is at times way too lengthy descriptions of every person and location in each cha

  7. says:

    So we have now come to a point in the Wheel of Time series where there are so many characters, so many plot lines, so many things going on that Jordan feels he has to spend literally half the book reintroducing us to everything. Aside from using the Bowl of the winds (finally!) at the beginning, nothing happens for the first half. Rand himse

  8. says:

    Many rate this, the eight book, in the progression of ther Wheel of Time series as being "in a holding pattern", however, I have found this section of the saga to be much readable, it comes in just shy of 100 pages less than either volume six or seven, and see's the narrative come along in several of the concurrent story

  9. says:

    This edition has 20 missing pages in the beginning of the book and I didn't realise until after the return window closed.

    Probably an error in the print run. Can't even tell you which edition is it as the copyright

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For millions of fans around the globe the wait is over Seuel to the international blockbuster bestseller A Crown of Swords this epic volume continues one of history's greatest fictional journeys and the most extraordinary work of American fantasy ever published The New York Times Wall Street Journal and worldwide bestselling series The Wheel of TimeThe phenomenal tale that is mesmerizing a generation of readers now con. So ends the eighth book of the Wheel of Time I m marking this one on the low end of four stars I will warn that there may be slight slight spoilers below If you don t want to know things like who is still alive or who is in this book I d steer clear Otherwise I will keep any major spoilers contained and marked which I ve done in my recent reviews for this seriesSo here I am In the middle of the series I think I can now say that I ve reached the point that fans often refer to as the slump The infamous slowing of pace that readers often point to in and this is up for debate books seven through ten I want to address the so called slump seeing as how it s such a pervasive topic when this series comes upFirstly and you ll hear this a lot the slump really isn t so bad for readers now a days for one simple reason we don t have to wait for the books to come out I can absolutely see why waiting for these books would be somewhat tortuous especially seeing as how Jordan likes to end the books with a bang often with some twist or large plot changing event So revving the pace way up at the end only to have your readers waiting for a couple years on your next installment is understandably frustrating Be that as it may I don t have to wait And while I ll be reading something else before I go on I could jump right into Winter s Heart if I wanted to So that s one big part of it The other is that I simply think it s overstated Now the next couple books could slow to a mind numbing crawl forcing me to eat my words but even so thus far the slowing of pace has not been so bad It has been noticeable but not nearly as noticeable as I anticipated Yes events have slowed One of the biggest contributing factors to that is that our characters are so spread out It may be ten chapters before you get back to a certain plot line It s just the nature of the beast when it comes to these huge epics I guess I also benefit from having anticipated it but it really just isn t that bad The Wheel of Time has never been a series of lightning fast pacing Jordan is a very descriptive writer he has been from the beginning And sometimes that means a slower pace However it also means a larger payoff a bigger reward when the weaves come together And as I ve mentioned before I m so invested in this world and story at this point that I m willing to read through slower bits to see how the story unfolds The Path of Daggers also happens to be the shortest book in the series and it looks like Winter s Heart isn t much longer So it s hard to get upset about a slower pace when I feel like I m finishing the book rather uickly Okay that s enough about thatThere s not too much I can say about the story that doesn t dive into spoiler territory at this point Jordan has woven many threads into this thing many threads And I enjoy reading about each one I was glad to have Perrin get some great chapters here Egwene s story is interesting by the chapter and as usual I can t get enough Rand chapters I m always a bit disappointed to leave one behind I was surprised and a little bummed to have no Mat POVs at all in this one I expect he ll have a fair bit next book to make up for it Fingers crossed Eight down and six to go O Último Testamento (Maggie Costello, up for debate books seven through ten I want to address the so called slump seeing as how it s such a pervasive topic when this series comes One for My Baby upFirstly and you ll hear this a lot the slump really isn t so bad for readers now a days for one simple reason we don t have to wait for the books to come out I can absolutely see why waiting for these books would be somewhat tortuous especially seeing as how Jordan likes to end the books with a bang often with some twist or large plot changing event So revving the pace way Paragon Walk (Charlotte & Thomas Pitt, up at the end only to have your readers waiting for a couple years on your next installment is We understandably frustrating Be that as it may I don t have to wait And while I ll be reading something else before I go on I could jump right into Winter s Heart if I wanted to So that s one big part of it The other is that I simply think it s overstated Now the next couple books could slow to a mind numbing crawl forcing me to eat my words but even so thus far the slowing of pace has not been so bad It has been noticeable but not nearly as noticeable as I anticipated Yes events have slowed One of the biggest contributing factors to that is that our characters are so spread out It may be ten chapters before you get back to a certain plot line It s just the nature of the beast when it comes to these huge epics I guess I also benefit from having anticipated it but it really just isn t that bad The Wheel of Time has never been a series of lightning fast pacing Jordan is a very descriptive writer he has been from the beginning And sometimes that means a slower pace However it also means a larger payoff a bigger reward when the weaves come together And as I ve mentioned before I m so invested in this world and story at this point that I m willing to read through slower bits to see how the story The Moon Platoon (Space Runners, unfolds The Path of Daggers also happens to be the shortest book in the series and it looks like Winter s Heart isn t much longer So it s hard to get The Echo (The Anomaly Quartet, upset about a slower pace when I feel like I m finishing the book rather The Asset (Wounded Warrior uickly Okay that s enough about thatThere s not too much I can say about the story that doesn t dive into spoiler territory at this point Jordan has woven many threads into this thing many threads And I enjoy reading about each one I was glad to have Perrin get some great chapters here Egwene s story is interesting by the chapter and as Shadow of Doubt (Newpointe 911, usual I can t get enough Rand chapters I m always a bit disappointed to leave one behind I was surprised and a little bummed to have no Mat POVs at all in this one I expect he ll have a fair bit next book to make Amazing Discoveries That Unlock the Bible up for it Fingers crossed Eight down and six to go

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And the Prophet himself Perrin's beloved wife Faile may pay with her life and Perrin himself may have to destroy his soul to save herMeanwhile the rebel Aes Sedai under their young Amyrlin Egwene al'Vere face an army that intends to keep them away from the White Tower But Egwene is determined to unseat the usurper Elaida and reunite the Aes Sedai She does not yet understand the price that others and she herself will p. This edition has 20 missing pages in the beginning of the book and I didn t realise until after the return window closedProbably an error in the print run Can t even tell you which edition is it as the copyright page is amongst the pages missing Listening Woman by Tony Hillerman Summary & Study Guide under their young Amyrlin Egwene al'Vere face an army that intends to keep them away from the White Tower But Egwene is determined to The White Nights of Ramadan unseat the The Black Ice Score (Parker, understand the price that others and she herself will p. This edition has 20 missing pages in the beginning of the book and I didn t realise The Black Painting until after the return window closedProbably an error in the print run Can t even tell you which edition is it as the copyright page is amongst the pages missing

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TinuesThe Seanchan invasion force is in possession of Ebou Dar Nynaeve Elayne and Aviendha head for Caemlyn and Elayne's rightful throne but on the way they discover an enemy much worse than the SeanchanIn Illian Rand vows to throw the Seanchan back as he did once before But signs of madness are appearing among the Asha'manIn Ghealdan Perrin faces the intrigues of Whitecloaks Seanchan invaders the scattered Shaido Aiel. Some decent progression of the plot in this one and in the last 10 chapters it really picks up the pace and gets very intriguing Shorter than the previous couple of entries it s a nice read for around 2 weeks The main downside is at times way too lengthy descriptions of every person and location in each chapter it doesn t necessarily drag but there are certain parts that just don t seem necessary to set the scene