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This section of the book really feels like Goodkind living out rape fantasies, to be honest.

The story itself was like most of the other book’s story lines. In this dream-like reality, Richard sees Kahlan begging for his life and they profess their love for each other. Plot twists are his masterpiece even though you know things will all be well – eventually.

There isn’t much of a climax here, just a very weak cliffhanger. As the reader discovered in Chainfirethe spell used to make everyone forget Kahlan, Chainfire, was initiated by the Sisters of the Dark, working for the Keeper of the Underworld. His grammar is sometimes hard to put up with and he words things very simply but that’s part of his charm.

Richard is the smartest man in the world, do what he says. Back at the Wizard’s KeepRichard senses powerful magic and goes to investigate. As usual, there were still a few small grammar mistakes such as thrown for throne in the book which is also aggravating.

I still cant believe that Richard goes into Jagang’s main camp and not one person from the old world recognizes him. The Omen Machine Book Otherwise the reader is left feeling cheated when things are neatly tied up because of lucky coincidences.

Phantom Sword of Truth Book 11 Author s: And I was more than a little uncomfortable by the gap that Nicci was filling in everyone but Richard’s perceptions. The other is dry, boring, long-winded, and reads like a history textbook. I did like how he is now getting to a point where he feels he has to explain in depth more about his world of magic, and how it works.


As her husband, Richard, desperately searches for his beloved, whom only he remembers, Bestselling author Terry Goodkind’s epic Sword of Truth series continues with the next stunning installment, Phantom On the day she awoke remembering nothing but her name, Kahlan Amnell became the most dangerous woman alive.

In order to drive it off, Nicci places herself back into the spell form to draw upon the power between life and death.

Sword of Truth 10. Phantom by Terry Goodkind

I continue to be irritated by him just throwing his view out there so clearly in a fiction novel. Alas, I know Goodkind can’t ruing Kahlan for Richard so even though he tries to sell she is suffering like no one else has ever suffered, and yes she is suffering, it pales in comparison to what other innocents experience at his hands.

At least the action scene was directly described to us first hand, unlike pretty much every single one that happened in Chainfire. Please email webmaster fantasticfiction. After the fifth or sixth time it became aggravating and annoying to see him trying so hard. Sword of Truth, Book 10 Author s: Before Nicci can tell anyone that the spell was indeed corrupted, the deadly beast that Jagang had created to hunt Richard appears in the room.

You know, where he basically flat out told us it was creepy, and did nothing else other than that to build up the sense of it. A scene that SHOULD be very tense and fast-paced as Richard realizes something is wrong, while Nicci is literally being torn apart from the inside out, is, instead a slow, extremely dull, long-winded, over-analyzed, and talked to death expanse of literary vomit that is a chore to read.

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On the plus side, Kahlan shines more in this book. If she is to survive in a murky world of deception and betrayal, where life is not only cheap but fleeting, Kahlan must find out why she is such a central figure in the war-torn trruth swirling around her. When I was working as a newspaper editor, we would get many, many, many articles written by freelancers hoping to sell one to us.

All I can hear is the author speaking to me. Preview — Phantom by Terry Goodkind. They over-describe things in such excruciating detail that it is highly uncomfortable to read, and pretty mind-numbing on top of it. I also really liked the part with the Night Wisps. Honestly, these books are overly drawn out and way too long.


Debt of Bones Terry Goodkind CAN be an excellent writer when he puts his mind to it. In sleep he sang to me In dreams he came That voice which calls to me And speaks my name And do I dream again?

I don’t want to give the ending away though for anyone who is still interested in reading it. December Learn how and when to remove this template message. Everything ties back to him. Terry Goodkind is a contemporary American writer and author of the best-selling epic fantasy series, The Sword of Truthcreator of the television show The Legend of the Seekerand writer of the self-published epic, The First Confessor: East Dane Designer Men’s Fashion.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The ending is a shocker, and something I never expected to see.

The story evoled dramaticaly and steadly. The gopdkind Sisters of the Dark and Kahlan follow Sister Tovi’s trail to Caska, where they are surprised to find not Tovi who has been dead since the end of the previous bookbut Jagang waiting for them.

Well, back to moral philosophy for three books. Richard’s tenacity, Nicci, Zedd and Cara’s unwavering devotion, and Jagang’s twisted morals were the strongest components. Yes, we get it, Communism is evil evil evil.

The characters chatter on and on about it, which wouldn’t be so bad if it was interesting chatter about how magic worked. As a long time reader of the series and not always a fan, necessarily I enjoyed the references to characters which had been left by the wayside long ago, who I thought were forgotten. The death and destruction will be an endless fruth of what swodd happen to those who support the Order.