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FIrst of all, I would like to make it clear that I love all the books because even if it is less entertaining, I can gain something if it is about the adventure of Richard and Kahlan or at least something relevant to them. But at the same time, I would like to rank them based on how thrilled I have been, based on how much I enjoyed them. So without further ado, here they are:
Wizard’s First Rule (1994) 9.6
Stone of Tears (1995) 9.6
Blood of the Fold (1996) 9.6
Temple of the Winds (1997) 9.7
Soul of the Fire (1999) 9.6
Faith of the Fallen (2001) 9.9
Pillars of Creation (2001) 8.8
Naked Empire (2003) 9.4
Chainfire (2005) 9.5
Phantom (2006) 9.5
Confessor (2007) 9.7
The Omen Machine (2010) 8.9
Third Kingdom (2013) …Read more >
Alright. Just finished The Third Kingdom, the latest novel by Terry Goodkind, a Richard and Kalhan book.
Well, it carries the same old Goodkind overtone and I liked it. I could have enjoyed this novel as much as I did Stones of Tears or Chainfire Seiries (not as good as Faith of the Fallen, though) if it had not been for the following factors;
1. Why did Ben have to die? I thought Cara was the symbol of Mord Sith and I want her to be happy. I want, for example, Mord Siths of Lord Arc to know that they can be happy, too. Maybe, understanding from the ending of this novel, Mr. Goodkind has his idea for her but maybe an ordeal is fine but I wanted Ben to live. Besides, his death was not indispensable factor to their survival.
2. An evaluate…Read more >