Read: Towers of Midnight
It's the penultimate Wheel of Time book what makes this book number 13, or the second written by Sanderson after Jordan's death.
Maybe it is the nearing end or the change in authors, the pace definitely took up. In all the different story lines quite a few things are happening. It's not just moving around any more. This makes reading this series fun (again).
On the other hand, and here I blame the current substitute author, current stereotypes are unnecessarily bleeding through into this fantasy world. There is no reason for any male protagonist to feel like pink should be the last color for a man to wear. This is something current western (adolescent) culture may contain, and it's a rather recent thing. It was however not something that was introduced in the earlier books, it was not part of the various Wheel of Time cultures. As small as this little detail is, I found it annoying.