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by Terry Goodkind

  • ISBN: 1857985508
  • Author: Terry Goodkind
  • ePub ver: 1566 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1566 kb
  • Rating: 4.7 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 512
  • Publisher: GOLLANCZ; New Ed edition (June 19, 1998)
  • Formats: lrf mbr mobi lit
  • Category: Fantasy
  • Subcategory: Fantasy
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Terry Goodkind is a New York Times bestselling author.

Terry Goodkind is a New York Times bestselling author. His books include the eleven-volume Sword of Truth series, beginning with Wizard's First Rule, the basis for the television show Legend of the Seeker. Goodkind was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska, where he also attended art school. I didn’t have any problems reading the book. There were parts that were very well done and entertaining, but it also had some major issues (mostly with the series as a whole).

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The Sword of Truth is a series of twenty one epic fantasy novels written by Terry Goodkind. The books follow the protagonists Richard Cypher, Kahlan Amnell, Nicci, Cara, and Zeddicus Zu'l Zorander on their quest to defeat oppressors who seek to control the world and those who wish to unleash evil upon the world of the living.

Whenever there was so much as a whiff of trouble, at least one of the three Mord-Sith seemed to materialize out of nowhere in her red leather

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Sword of Truth: Faith of the Fallen 6 by Terry Goodkind (2000, Hardcover, Revised). My son bought the first 2 books and he like very much, that why he want the next book.

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Author Terry Goodkind New York Times Bestselling Author and writer of the critically acclaimed 'Sword of Truth' books. Author Terry Goodkind. I want to introduce everyone to THE CHILDREN OF D’HARA, a new series that continues the story of the lives of Richard and Kahlan. This is a journey that began 25 years ago with the 1994 release of WIZARD’S FIRST RULE, when Richard first met Kahlan that fateful day in the Hartland woods. After the ‘The Sword of Truth’ series ended, I knew there was more to Richard and Kahlan’s story.

Terry Goodkind (born in 1948) is an American writer. He is known for the epic fantasy

Temple of the Winds Audiobok picks up shortly where the last volume, Blood of the Fold Audiobook, left of. Don’t miss other Books in Sword of Truth Audiobooks series by Terry Goodkind, listen and download now: The Sword of Truth Audiobook.

Temple of the Winds Audiobok picks up shortly where the last volume, Blood of the Fold Audiobook, left off. A wizard named Marlin appears in Aydindril announcing his intent to kill Richard Rahl. He is immediately captured and questioned by the Mother Confessor, Kahlan Amnell, and one of Richard’s bodyguards, Cara.

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On the red moon will come the firestorm...Wielding the Sword of Truth, Richard Rahl has battled death itself and come to the defense of the D'Haran people. But now the power-mad Emperor Jagang confronts Richard with a swift and inexorable foe: a mystical plague cutting a deadly swath across the land and slaying thousands of innocent victims.To quench the inferno, he must seek remedy in the wind...To fight it Richard and his beloved Kahlan Amnell will risk everything to uncover the source of the terrible plague-the magic sealed away for three millennia in the Temple of the Winds.Lightning will find him on that path...But when prophecy throws the shadow of betrayal across their mission and threatens to destroy them, Richard must accept the Truth and find a way to pay the price the winds demand...or he and his world will perish.
Comments (7)

Biaemi
This continues the great storytelling and wonderful characters of the series. I love stepping into this world and getting closer to Richard and Kahlan as they mature in the sequence of books. I've been doing the read/listen but from now on will only read the books and not buy the listen. The narrator fully denigrated the strong female characters by narrating their voices in a high, quavering, weak, unconfident pitch - he seemed to think that was his "women's voice". It was infuriating - particularly when Kahlan spoke and extremely so when a Mord Sith spoke. I mean come on, Mord Sith would not whine or sound unconfident. His male voice was great and commanding but the women were horribly done. I do not understand why narrators feel they need to pretend gender or age in their narration. It's silly and embarrassing - we are not children. When I read in my head the voices don't change, so why must narrators think they need to sound like them. The best audible books I've listened to were read straight, with emotion, but not as an amateur acting studio.
Paxondano
Not going to lie 90% of this book was incredibly frustrating and depressing with not a whole lot of action. Why I am giving it 4 stars and not 3 is because even though I thought I knew exactly how the horrible things that were written in prophecy we're going to happen it totally surprised me. Also unlike the last book and more like the first two this one felt like it ended at the end which makes it feel more worthwhile. If I had to rank all the books thus far it would be 1,2,4,3. Not sure if I am going to read the next, just so much sadness and torture have been making up the majority of the books lately with great payoff at the end but idk if it compensates enough.
Samardenob
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Even though the reviews are not positive about Temple of the Winds I had to read it for myself because I enjoyed the other three books in this series. I didn’t have any problems reading the book. There were parts that were very well done and entertaining, but it also had some major issues (mostly with the series as a whole)

In this novel Richard and Kahlan spend the entire book trying to save Aydindril from a magical plague, and Ann, with the help of Zedd, continue their search for Nathan. We also get to meet Nadine and Drefan. Nadine is annoying and Drefan is a dark and nasty character. Goodkind did a fantastic job writing them the way he did. He really made me hate them.

The story is slow going at first, but as usual it does pick up eventually. This book goes away from the main plot (destroy Jagang) by creating a sub plot (Jagang unleashes an epidemic) that is solved by the ending of the book. I didn’t find this sub plot to be necessary to the overall story even though it was still entertaining.

There was tons of excitement and action, and I was always interested in reading the few chapters with Zedd and Ann because they were so funny. Really kept me going. The scenes involving the sick children and other people that die around Richard will bring tears to your eyes! I also liked reading about the history of the Confessors and why there are so few wizards.

Although I liked the book there are some things that are just getting old. Everything that is keeping Richard and Kahlan apart has been going on for too long. When will they ever get to be together again like they were in the first book? I also don’t like that Richard is so lucky when it comes to avoiding the consequences of his actions. Everything ends up being happily ever after for him no matter what he does! Additionally, Goodkind’s fixation on sex and violence is starting to become distracting. There is just no end to it.

Even with all the negatives of the book, I still enjoyed reading it and I read the next one in the series.

At least the ending of the book (and the beginning of the next) involves the one thing I have been waiting to read about for a long time!
Moswyn
Terry Goodkind delivers another great book, of which still suffers the same kind of problems the Sword of Truth series has ALWAYS faced.

Terry's writing can really drag on endlessly. He also has a real problem with jumping around a lot, needlessly forcing the book to be longer then what is needed. These books are LONG. If you think you are going to knock them out in a day you are wrong.

There's almost always too many characters to remember and too many subplots going on all at the same time. In the end they usually end up blending together for a good conclusion, but I really wish Terry would start thinking about going a less confusing and complex route. Sometimes I am just not in the mood for Terry's brand of writing.
Marige
The overall story is good. But there are so many pages of pointless and redundant explanation it's maddening. It just goes on and on like he thinks his readers are stupid and need to he educated about nonsense constantly. Its seriously frustrating. And then there's kahlan. Why would you make your story's heroine so stupid? She is dumb as a box of rocks, constantly making the same stupid mistakes over and over again and lying constantly to the person she supposedly loves more than life itself...

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