Soulmates, pawns of prophecy and inheritors of an ancient conflict, Richard and Kahlan's destinies have been bound together since their first encounter in Wizard's First Rule. But now Richard lies on a funeral bier - suspended between the worlds of life and death and Kahlan faces her greatest challenge. She must fight for Richard's very existence, and Richard, trapped in the underworld, must fight to keep the world of life from ending.
I loved this series, I hope law of nines takes off now! I'll have to admit the past few books were too short, like the end was near and there needed to be filler words vs huge obstacles to overcome along the way. It was still awesome and terry continued to captivate me! Thanks Terry! There was so much more than just a story in these books, truths and reality checks of integrity and the power of truth and how truth can be twisted in people's eyes. Great ending to the series!
Turning 27 may be terrifying for some, but for Alex, a struggling artist living in the midwestern United States, it is cataclysmic. Inheriting a huge expanse of land should have made him a rich and happy man; but something about this birthday, his name, and the beautiful woman whose life he just saved, has suddenly made him - and everyone he loves - into a target.
I glanced at a few reviews and had to give those of you who are fans of Terry, but not yet ready to get the Law of Nines, a review for the positive. Although most fans of Terry will probable get this one anyways...
The last series just built and built in intensity. Coming off that peak and to start over with this one probable makes this one appear more dull? I can't wait to see how it escalades. It still has the classic - "How the helk is he going to get out of this one" suspense. The last one I thought ended on a very powerful message. I can see this one taking that message and applying it to our current world.
Just remember this is fantasy and magic, so don't expect everything to seem "real." Like Richard, Alex has redeeming qualities in his character that can be admired.
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