I hated that first person view from the point of view of a psychopath that a felt i was forced to endure for more then 3 hours. the fact that it took more then 20 chapters to go back to the main story.
I used to really like the books by Terry Goodkind, i gave up on the series after book five and could not even look at the series for years. i finally got interested in it again after the book Faith of the Fallen but this book ruined the series for good i tried the book right after this and it is nearly as bad. so to answer the overall question no i do not think i will buy any more of his books.
There was not one.
A great follow up to the prior books with twists and turns. The author did a great job of making this book feel more like the real world just like the Rest of the story's. I really like that some of the evil chacters got justice in this book.
It is similar in some ways to the Inharetace Cycle but for the most part it is unlike any other series I have read
It was nice that he read it but come on man how could you forget how the charcter names were pronoced like the whole lord Peter debocal where his actual name is lord pitar. Did you not bother to review your prior work before recording this. On the up side apart from the forgetting on how to say names the voices of all the chacters were at lest the same so if you can get over the bad name recognition then it was a good performance.
There were some funny bits but I cried a little when they hung a main chacter.
Yes, the narrators are incredible
How he brought in some of the characters from the Heroes of Olympus Series and made a possible future link between the two series that could be very interesting.
the school dance or hunting jelly baby's in the swamp
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