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Confessor

A book by Terry Goodkind

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  • Jun 22, 2010
I don't know... reading Goodkind is like watching a movie wherein all key objects are overly characterized and expressions glow so as to make every emotion quite obvious. He seems to be satirizing the genre. If so, he's doing a wonderful job!
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review by . January 22, 2010
It's difficult to say whether "Chainfire" is the opening book in a trilogy or the ninth book in the now aging "Sword of Truth" series. (By some readers' reviews, "aging" is a rather kind characterization ... many have called it tedious and repetitive). In any event, to briefly summarize, Lord Richard Rahl is the sole survivor of a battle in which a troop of soldiers is brutally massacred by an unknown and, indeed, unseen enemy capable of enormous ferocity. When Richard …
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