Review of 'Lord of Chaos'

Lord of Chaos by Robert Jordan
6th book in the 'Wheel of Time' series

lord_of_chaos.jpg Yet another instalment in the epic that is the Wheel of Time series. This novel finds Rand trying to cope with the results of his previous conquests in Cairhien and Caemlyn while the Aes Sedai from both Tar Valon and Salidar try to curry his favour. Perrin and Loial return to Rand offering their support. Matt continues growing his army in support of Rand as they advance on Salidar. Egwene is made the Amrylin Seat for the “little tower” in Salidar while they continue to grow their armies. Confused? I know I am. Things turn quite interesting in this sixth instalment of the Wheel of Time with certain unexpected events keeping me turning the pages. As normal with Jordan his characters are believable and definitely feel “human”. The climax has me reaching for the next instalment…

Rating: “Really good but I have some issues”

Review Date: 2004-05-31

Genre: Fantasy

Publication Date: 1994

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