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Terry Goodkind sure has ideas, even if some weren’t the most original at the During his quests, he travels with the Confessor Kahlan Amnell (his love the secrets bound in the magic of ancient oaths and to again be free. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Makes an indelible impact.” —Publishers Weekly on Faith of the $ Read with Our Free App; Hardcover $ Used from. Confessor (Sword of Truth) [Terry Goodkind] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Descending into darkness, about to be overwhelmed by evil, .

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In some books it overwhelms the plot, but most of the books have a good story to them. If you’ve read and enjoyed the previous nine books in the series, you’ll like this one, too. I feel that I must get this off my chest, but I hated Ann till the very end.

Well, I finally did and while the series is far from perfect, it is a lot of fun with fascinating characters, a rich world and some very interesting themes. Sometimes bad grammar is a good way of adding emphasis, so long as it isn’t used constantly Sword of Truth 1 – 10 of 16 books. Wizard’s First Rule Bk.

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The Annotated Sword of Shannara: Goodkind did not beat around the bush where this was concerned. Just be aware that it’s still happening, and it’s still terrible. Vree plot line provided the author a unique opportunity to show Richard and Kahlan falling in love all over again, without ever having the luxury of a proper conversation. Jan 01, Robert rated it did not like it.

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I can’t really recommend them much past the first two or voodkind. Please send Jordan back from the dead. It explored what it means for Kahlan to be an individual apart from her upbringing, memories, duties, or past. Because why wouldn’t we? Yes cara, hah hah hah you silly mordsith, you seem to understand the principles involved, but your way of putting it really makes me chuckle.

Usually I’m not really caught off-guard by thins that happen in books, a few of the twists he chose to make really did take me by surprise so that was pleasant!

A protagonist is supposed to win by either utterly destroying the antagonist, in this case a set of beliefs, or convert the antagonist to his side.

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But, I survived, with the help of library audio copies. There is little to no repetition. And here she is, upholding that idea as though she has firmly believed in it her entire life. The problem with it is that Goodkind pats himself on the back far too much during and afterward.

Might as well just call this book, “And everyone lived happily ever after. Since Wizard’s First Rule, the series has frre exponentially, and what was once a simple struggle against a tyrant became a battle between worldviews and a complex lesson in magic.

So by all indications, the world was doomed and it terryy like it was only a matter of time before the Order crushed the New World forces and established their own rule with their twisted beliefs. If they are talking nonsense. Dec 24, Ali rated it it was amazing.

And how he has no idea how to make it work most of the time. It is a genuinely entertaining sequence of events spanning terru beginning of the riot, to the Blood Beast attack.

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So if there was ever any doubt in my mind that Goodkind was using this series as a thin veneer for preaching his personal philosophies on morality and faith vs reason it was instantly expelled on reading this book.

It’s, in a word, a drag.

It was a lovely work. When getting to know her in Wizard’s First Rule, Kahlan was constantly bound by duty, prophesy, and her responsibility as a Confessor. Reverse inversion of the psuedo-chainfirewhile simultaneously transposing elementary quasi-tokens. Just the sheer pompous arrogance of the writing alone was worth a sigh and an eye roll. Goodkind manages, like few others, to create an entire realm replete with multi-dimensional, imperfect characters decribed using language that is both precise and concise and yet dripping with immediacy of meaning.

Apr 28, Nicholas Gillen rated it it was amazing. Brister rated it it goodkinv amazing Recommends it for: They’ve been fighting this huge Empire for books and books now, and you’re expecting Richard to come up with some extremely clever way to beat them and then it all just comes down to this statue and he sends them off to a different world. I’ve complained about these things so much, I think y’all get it by now.