Finished “Knife of Dreams”, with a bit of sadness as usual

Don’t misunderstand, I enjoyed the book… but just like watching an episode of your favorite TV show and knowing that it will be another week until you can see another (or watching the Pegasus episode of Battlestar Galactica, knowing that it will be months before you see the conclusion of that story), I’m always sad to see it end.Link to info about the book Knife of Time

I put off reading the book at all for quite some time, figuring that once I started I would neglect other responsibilities (including some sleep) until it was done, and I also thought that it would be good to go back and re-read #10, so that the story flowed better for me. I didn’t end up re-reading the previous book, that would have taken way too long, but the reduction in sleep as I read the book was certainly the case.

Author: Duncan Mackenzie

I'm the Developer Lead for the Channel 9 team, formerly worked on MSDN as a developer, content strategist and author.

One thought on “Finished “Knife of Dreams”, with a bit of sadness as usual”

  1. How is the series now. It was starting to get a bit repetitive for me. I vowed that if I read one more line about Nynaeve tugging at her braid, I was going to burn every copy of the book I had. I felt RJ was getting a bit lazy at character development settling for charicatures. I hope it’s improved in the last few, because I’m considering picking it up again.

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