Confessor, Limited Edition Leather Bound – Nov 27 2007
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"Few writers have Goodkind's power of creation…a phenomenal piece of imaginative writing, exhaustive in its scope and riveting in its detail." --Publishing News on Temple of the Winds
"Highly recommended." --San Diego Union Tribune on Temple of the Winds
"Goodkind's greatest triumph: the ability to introduce immediately identifiable characters. His heroes, like us, are not perfect. Instead, each is flawed in ways that strengthen, rather than weaken their impact. You'll find no two-dimensional oafs here. In fact, at times you'll think you're looking at your own reflection." --SFX on Blood of the Fold
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I'd say if you've read all the previous ones so far, get this for closure and afterwards, please join me in saying..
WHY DO YOU KEEP REPEATING THE WORDS "THE MEANING OF LIFE"
Holy mother of moses! He must say it two hundred and sixteen times! I GOT IT THE FIRST TIME! "everyones life is sacred" oye! Whenever I read those parts I just wanted to rip the book in half because he repeats and repeats!
Horrible ending, but I won't ruin it for you :)
I found myself (as I usually do) flipping forward about 10 pages at a time when Richard decides to go off on one of his rants. Goodness, I had no idea a kid from the woodlands would be able to preach as well as him with no formal training and little experience, not to mention he is so repetitive. Either way the short comings of the final book are anything but small. Remember our first wizard Zedd? Yes we all love Zedd, well in this book he is useless, continually he gets his butt kicked by Six and really does absolutely nothing productive. He seems more like Richards sidekick whom has nothing productive to say then a main character.
The book really doesn't get going until half way through and then everything is rushed. All the characters from the past make a one or two page appearance, we hear how our hero (who can do no wrong) has touched there lives for the better in some way or another, they kill someone offer their praise and move on.
And of course Terry needed to include "Pristinely gifted" into a few pages and if I hear "Ghosty Gobblies" one more time I will throw this laptop through the window. Oh and he just couldn't go one freakin book without mentioning that stupid goat Betty, how is this goat still alive, bleating and showing up everywhere even after Jennson is cptured by Jagang.Read more ›
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A perfect ending, or beginning, to a great series. Looking forward to a continuation of the series. And more prequels.Published 11 months ago by Patio furniture
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