Great progress in the saga. Better than the last few.
Its comparisons to Atlas Shrugged
Kara - love her " lets get it on" fighting style.
Voice is very good. I may like Sam better but this guy is very good and the story is so good with twists and turns and I feel like the battle of views is very poignant to today's political views, but nevertheless it is a great listen.
Ignore the haters. This book had a very fitting ending that I entirely did not expect in the beginning. I was surprised how everything in the beginning led up to it. Wonderful story and narration.
The storyline was great. Very relevant message, as are most in the series. Unfortunately, I found the narration slightly lacking. It wasn't the worst I've heard in the series so far, but he did pause in weird spots.
An absolutely fantastic tale in the Sword of Truth series. While there others have been very good (if you can tolerate Goodkind's descriptions of sexual violence from time to time), Faith of the Fallen strikes an emotional chord that resonates intensely. While, as a reader, you know there must be some reasonable outcome to the storyline, Goodkind did an amazing job making you wonder if ever such a resolution may come. The despair felt by some of the characters in this tale seems infectious to the reader, until he brings it all to a masterful conclusion.
There are fewer scenes of intense sexual violence in this installment than there were in earlier works, and I, for one, am thankful for that. Personally, I prefer an author who can paint such violence without direct description, but I cannot fault a masterful storyteller for being true to his voice.
This book redeemed itself from soul of fire. Absolute outstanding from start to finish. The only problem I had "to me" was the narrator making zed sound like a dying old man. His voice for him was terrible. Other than that he did a good job with the rest. Very happy with this book, look forward to the next!
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