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Naked Empire (Sword of T.has been added to your Cart. There were a couple of books in the series that Terry Goodkind drifted away from writing about what was happening with Richard and Kathleen which is understandable because apparently he got tired of writing about these ALL POWERFUL, godlike people. The problem was he got too far away from them. either way, I was glad when he got back to them, but I'm not happy that he left the story unfinished.

The latest Sword of Truth novel from multiply New York Times-bestselling Terry Goodkind-a new, sprawling epic adventure focusing on the central figures of Richard and Kahlan. Beginning with Wizard's First Rule and continuing with six subsequent fantasy masterpieces, Terry Goodkind has thrilled and awed millions of readers worldwide.

The rusty hinges groaned in protest of every inch the lid rose. Zedd squinted at the abrupt, blinding light of day. Beefy arms flipped the hinged lid back. Beefy arms flipped the hinged lid back ound his neck, Zedd would have jumped at the booming bang when the heavy cover flopped back, showering him in dirt and rusty grit.

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Author Terry Goodkind New York Times Bestselling Author and writer of the critically acclaimed 'Sword of Truth' books. Books menu: the children of D'hara the sword of truth the nicci chronicles contemporary novels. 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.

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From internationally bestselling author Terry Goodkind, comes this outstanding epic adventure set in the captivating world of his classic Sword of Truth novels. The Sword of Truth is Terry Goodkind's wonderfully creative, seamless, and stirring epic fantasy set in a fascinating world rich in detail, history and incredible violence. Nakled Empire provides a perfect jumping-in point for new readers. Reluctant hero turned magical warrior Richard Rahl has long since learned the wizard's first rule (People are stupid and will believe almost anything) and accepted his fate. With his beloved Kahlan Amnell, the last Mother Confessor, he has battled unearthly adversaries, military foes, the Underworld, the malign and wild magic of the Old World, even the elements themselves. Now Terry Goodkind, acclaimed and superlatively gifted storyteller, delivers another thrilling novel, with all the complexity and taut characterization we've come to expect from this master of fantasy.

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This is an awesome story of human struggle and ultimate triumph of life over death, and of the victory of the individual over the enslavement of some "greater good" nonsense. I am not sure why the reviews for this book are lower than some of the other (previous) books in the series, but this is one of the best installments in the series so far. Obviously, this isn't just your typical fantasy/adventure series, and if that was all people were interested, they wouldn't have gotten to the 8th book in this series. It is centered around Richard, who is a man of unwavering virtue and principle. As the seeker of truth, he has a brilliant way of cutting through nonsense, emotion, confusion, despair, etc, and getting to the matter of hand; he sees reality and he brings that sight to everyone around him. This book is no different than the rest, and it is a lot like Faith of the Fallen in this regard. It is the perfect sequel to the Pillars of Creation, but it is centered around the perspective of Richard this time. This book is just awesome on many different levels.
Another of Goodkind's books down finally though I have to admit that this one wasn't as horrible as some of the others. I actually, more or less, enjoyed reading it but I wasn't enraptured by the story enough to keep reading and reading. I often found it easy enough to put down in the middle of reading a chapter to do something else. There were still the same word usage mistakes that really annoy me such as insure and ensure. I really wish that either Goodkind or his editor knew the difference between the two words. I know that's a bit picky but come one, this is a published novel from a fairly well known fantasy author. I wouldn't have even been allowed to get by with such mistakes in my papers for school, much less something that was going to be published.

That said, the story was somewhat interesting this time but I felt that Goodkind wrapped it up too suddenly and relied far too much dues ex machina throughout the whole story. Oh no, Zedd has been been captured so now three or four different parties are going to come rescue him all at once, including one that hasn't been heard of pretty much since the first couple of books. Perhaps he was going to for comical but I found it too convenient that it all just happened so perfectly that way for him.

And the death of the Slide was another situation that was just a complete let down. He uses the whole novel to build up when Richard will confront him because this creature is so powerful. Richard sneaks in when he's inside Betty's body and boom, the major bad in this book is killed in just a couple of paragraphs. The Slide was another character that I found poorly written. If I have to read one more time about him opening his mouth in a yawn that wasn't a yawn, I might have screamed. It isn't that difficult to come up with a different way to describe the same thing over and over.

Speaking of incredibly convenient things, let's not forget Richard's gift guiding him to create a potion that is so complicated no one else, even other men familiar with herbs and who make potions for a living, can create it. Pretty handy to keep the main character from dying, regardless of if it makes any logical sense in the story or not. Pretty much like when he became a master stone carver after never having any mention of it anywhere else in the other books.

I'm constantly let down by Goodkind at the end. This story was okay overall but the ending was a massive let down that just leaves the reader feeling cheated
A good 250 pages of plot crammed into 700 pages. The plot points were all great, we saw some character development and, finally, some great wizard stuff. But there was an awful lot of repetitive talk, mostly spent debunking a ridiculously contrived point of view. Nicholas the slide was a fantastic villain, very bad, but he doesn't show up nearly enough. I'm still in, but this book was a placeholder with a couple of compelling moments.
I've been enjoying this series, but this book went over the top. The author surrendered all hope of action, and substituted long windy speeches. Large segments of the book read like some kind of Ayn Rand for twelve year olds. I could forgive some of his earlier transgressions along this line in Book 7, since he confined himself to demonstrating that the Old Empire was wrong. But in this book he goes on an endless rant about nonviolence and relatavism, large chunks of which are suspect. (Morality is black and white, and to suggest that it isn't that simple is to choose death - REALLY?) Very disappointing effort. If he doesn't go back to the story pretty quick, I will have to set aside the series -- anything less would be a denial of the value of my life.
I liked it (first off). There were a couple of books in the series that Terry Goodkind drifted away from writing about what was happening with Richard and Kathleen which is understandable because apparently he got tired of writing about these ALL POWERFUL, godlike people. The problem was he got too far away from them. Maybe he did that to get people to want to buy more of his books and be interested in them once again. either way, I was glad when he got back to them, but I'm not happy that he left the story unfinished. Now, if he died it's understandable, but if not he may consider finishing the story.
Thank you,
PS: I wish there was a rating grade in between good and great, because that what I feel it was.
Yellow Judge
I am basically reviewing the first 13 books of this series since I read them all recently. An average of 3 is the best I can do, some are a little less not quite dipping to a rating of 2 and some actually creep toward a 4 rating but overall a 3 is the best I can do.

It's a shame really, some sections and scenes are very well written so much so they pull you in and you enjoy reading them but then the redundancies begin and pages and pages of Richard and Kahlan reminiscing or worrying or just missing the other. Please, too much some time.

Also, some of the lesser characters could be interesting in a similar way Terry Brooks builds his lesser characters before killing them off but all lesser characters here are giving short shrift
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Author: Terry Goodkind
ISBN: 0007145594
Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Subcategory: Fantasy
Language: English
Publisher: Voyager; Airport Ed edition (October 1, 2004)
Pages: 685 pages