I do not believe I'm first to notice this, but my google search returned no relevant links. It seems that there is a serious time related error in Chronicles of Amber.
It has been said (in Chronicles of Amber) that time flow is much faster in Courts of Chaos then in Amber. Thats why Courts of Chaos can replenish their armies much faster and Corwin can meet his teenage son in relatively short time (for Corwin) after conception.
On the other hand, when Corwin meets visits Courts of Chaos for the first time (and meets his son) he spends there only few hours, but weeks pass in Amber. This means that time flow difference must be opposite - time must flow much faster in Amber then in Courts.
Has it been noticed before? Did Roger Zelazny addressed this in any way?