Originally Posted by kael03
My only complaint right now is Sanderson's sense of direction in the first chapter. Rand was walking towards Camelyn, only to show up in the complete opposite direction. He was coming down from the Dragonmount and heading towards Camelyn, only to show up at the Tower, which is the opposite direction according to the map in the front of the book.
I think it would be indifferent in which direction he is walking. Gateways. But essentially your right, and I think that chapter was only to establish Rands new state of mind etc. How far are you in ToM? I am contemplating a reread or listening to the audiobook.