Phantom by Terry Goodkind(40 ratings)
|Submitted by Caatje |
I have read all books by Terry Goodkind in my own language (Dutch) and the original versions.
|Submitted by christian |
Well I've been a huge fan of the series; most of the books have been fantastic, some have been frustrating and less enjoyable.
|Submitted by Michael Samuelson |
Much like the climax of a very good, long book, Terry Goodkind offers up this delicious dish in his second book of the "Chainfire" series. Unlike the first Chainfire book where Goodkind begins to manipulate you into thinking Kahlan never existed, he places a tortourous device of the plot not moving in the direction of the characters. Richard and Kahlan, two characters who any reader following the series, hold the heart wrenching scenes of the Imperial Order place upon them. Goodkind, which I'm sure was hard to write, went into terrible detail on what the Order's horrific tactics were to claim the world with fear. It seemed that Goodkind wanted to throw out these details to show the magnification of what evil the Order can be. We've gotten examples all through the series, but Goodkind seemed to focus on it more this time.