History YMMV / WolvesOfTheCalla

28th Oct '12 3:34:48 PM KevinKlawitter
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Nice try. Don't pass long-winded judgements on an entire series based on one part in a book you didn't like.
* FridgeLogic - Nobody is sure whether Benny Slightman counts as a twin or a singleton, as his twin died young. How could an agrarian society with little access to medicine, in which infant mortality is expected to be high, not have learned that from previous raids? * Narm - The way the Ka-Tet, particularly Susannah, were so awed and amazed at Roland's ability to do a solo line-dance ("He knows so ''much.''") was just laugh-out-loud ridiculous, the low point in a book that marks the increasing fall of what started out as a pretty good series.
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* FridgeLogic - Nobody is sure whether Benny Slightman counts as a twin or a singleton, as his twin died young. How could an agrarian society with little access to medicine, in which infant mortality is expected to be high, not have learned that from previous raids? * Narm - The way the Ka-Tet, particularly Susannah, were so awed and amazed at Roland's ability to do a solo line-dance ("He knows so ''much.''") was just laugh-out-loud ridiculous, the low point in a book that marks the increasing fall of what started out as a pretty good series.raids?
26th Jan '12 10:20:51 PM razorrozar7
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* Narm - For this troper, the way the Ka-Tet, particularly Susannah, were so awed and amazed at Roland's ability to do a solo line-dance ("He knows so ''much.''") was just laugh-out-loud ridiculous, the low point in a book that marks the increasing fall of what started out as a pretty good series.
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* FridgeLogic - Nobody is sure whether Benny Slightman counts as a twin or a singleton, as his twin died young. How could an agrarian society with little access to medicine, in which infant mortality is expected to be high, not have learned that from previous raids? * Narm - For this troper, the The way the Ka-Tet, particularly Susannah, were so awed and amazed at Roland's ability to do a solo line-dance ("He knows so ''much.''") was just laugh-out-loud ridiculous, the low point in a book that marks the increasing fall of what started out as a pretty good series.
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