this book is a huge analogy to the tragedy and destructive power of socialism and how Richard uses his creativity to overcome that power. Orwell meets wizards first rule
Very difficult to get past the opening chapters then a formulaic plot with good action
I love this book and the lessons of Freedom that Richard and Kahlan teach especially against the order and their minions. I feel like there's actually application here that we can put in our own lives to Live Free Like Richard. rise up and live life!
Although this book had the same basic plot as every book in the series. It had a lot less of the teenage type angst of separated lovers that dominates many of the other books. The story is much more inspiring and hope filled than much of the rest of the series.
This may actually be my favorite book in the series. I was annoyed in the beginning but the character development was interesting and it had a emotional message.
Some of the detail seemed unnecessary. But we need a free thinking and working society.
the books started out good but after listening to the last couple is getting repetitive and boring and frustrating to listen to the same things over and over again