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Lutrogale

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  1. My favorite part of the book was The Last Battle. That chapter alone was a good fifth of the book, which is part of the reason why I enjoyed it so much. I thought it was an excellent idea to keep that battle as a whole instead of breaking it up into chapters. I also thought it was very well written. The pace of it started slowly, but the further along in the chapter, the quicker the scenes got. It really helped to portray the urgency and rapidity of the battle. That whole battle could have been written in a very borning, blow-by-blow kind of way, but instead it focused more on the emotions of
  2. To me, the saddest moment was when Egwene died. I've seen and heard so much hate towards here over the years, but for some reason she was one of the few characters in the story that I resonated with. I will admit that in the last three books, she wasn't all that great, but I blame that on either Brandon Sanderson's lack of skill writing her character (nobody's perfect) or most likely, that three books wasn't enough to get Egwene where she needed to be in character development, so she was rushed. Honestly, I was shocked that she died. Even a little bit mad at first. For all the effort poure
  3. Nakomi seems like a character BS put into the story because he thinks he's being very clever, but that nobody else really gets. Honestly, I feel whatever the real answer is will just seem random and out of place.
  4. So their souls could never be reborn to anything but a trolloc, but that still doesn't quite answer the question I had. I think it would be rather disturbing to find out they were the souls of normal people twisted and corrupted to suitable use in trollocs. It seems likely, since Aginor used living people to construct his monstrosities. It's not really an important question, but just one that stood out in my mind while reading aMoL. Oh, and thanks for the quote, Suttree.
  5. I've wondered for years if the Shadowspawn would cease to exist after the Last Battle was fought. They hinted at this in A Memory of Light, but they never said whether or not Shadowspawn still existed. They also touched on a great question as well, if trollocs have souls, then whose souls are they?
  6. Personally, I had a love/hate relationship with Androl character. I really liked the idea of the foil he played to White Tower's stance on turning away women who are too weak. He wasn't strong in the power, but he did have a rather handy talent, one that he could exploit to huge advantages. It was interesting to think about how many others similar to Androl had been turned away, denied the chance to find something that the excel at. His interaction with Pevara was interesting too. I liked the idea of a double bond, though it seemed a bit odd that it would provide telepathic-like communica
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