Well, I finally managed to get a copy of Hyrule Historia. I'm beginning to regret paying £26 for it. The book is lovely but it just feels like this randomly cobbled together mish-mash that had no thought behind it whatsoever. I'm going through the concept art and I'm seeing a lot of "perhaps this is so and so" or "I'd be really curious to see what they going to do with that" or "it is unclear if..." So not only do I not know, but the people who put the book together don't know either. It just doesn't seem right; I didn't get this nonsense when I bought a book about Salvador Dali's art. No speculation, please. Just state the facts. I just don't understand why they got people who didn't know what they were looking at, to comment on those exact things.
Anyway, I'm probably being too harsh. I've become a very negative person as of late.
It certainly helps to give me a condensed timeline and remind me of what vaguely happened in the games, so I don't have to boot the damned things up in order to look up some information.