Book Review: Crossroads of Twilight (WoT #10) By Robert Jordan

Widely regarded as the final book of the “slog,” Crossroads of Twilight leave a lot to discuss. There are quite a few different PoVs I’d like to take a look at individually, but first I think it’s important to address a few questions: How bad is the slog, exactly? And how does it affect the … More Book Review: Crossroads of Twilight (WoT #10) By Robert Jordan

December Reading Reflections: The Fires of Heaven (WoT #5) pt 2

I finally finished The Fires of Heaven after taking almost a month to do so. Am I slow reader after all? Well, if you count New Spring, the prequel, I’m at 40% of the way done, and that’s heartening. Books are starting to pile up on my “To Be Read” shelf… and I’ve had to … More December Reading Reflections: The Fires of Heaven (WoT #5) pt 2

November Reading Reflections: The Fires of Heaven (WoT #5)

This series is making me feel like an incredibly slow reader, and I have to remind myself that they’re just very long, relatively dense books. I meant to read 20 books this year, and was ahead of schedule before I started rereading Wheel of Time. No doubt, when it’s all said and done, it’ll even … More November Reading Reflections: The Fires of Heaven (WoT #5)

On Character Accuracy

Last week I, I brought up the happy news that Wheel of Time is getting its own TV show. However, with conflict already brewing over questions of character race and what that should mean for their actors and actresses, I thought it would be prudent to dedicate an entire blog post about it. Book-to-screen adaptions … More On Character Accuracy