inhuien wrote:I never liked Nayla, big ugly lummock.
Yeah, Nayla's biggest character trait was that she was unthinkingly devoted to her "god-emporer".
Ok, I know I need to re-read the book but, I was recently compared to Nayla by someone for which I hold a high opinion and although I've discussed this with a great friend whom I think is very wise I would like y'all's opinion on this.
I am not for sure if this was meant as an insult, a compliment, or just a matter-of-fact statement.
What I remember of Nayla was a person who was deeply torn by what she felt was betrayal behavior while serving her ruler as he had instructed her to do.
I'm leaning toward the third choice while wondering if I'm reading more into it than there is. After all, we each see these characters in different lights.
What are your opinions on this character?
(Didn't think this deserved a thread by itself, hence the sticking it in this thread)
P.S. I guess I should mention the comparison was made during a discussion that involved religion and my belief of a certain entity. And I think the individual was feeling no pain that night
but still a very intelligent person, in my opinion.