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Severed Souls (Richard and Kahlan) MP3 CD – Audiobook, MP3 Audio, Unabridged
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One of the most popular writers of fantasy today, Terry Goodkind divides his time between Maine and Nevada.
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Terry Goodkind is not a great writer but he is an amazing story teller, you get washed away by the story and easily forget that they aren't perfectly written.
So all in all, a good book, and for me none too soon. I don't know what it was, but something about Omen Machine made me fall off the Goodkind wagon for a bit. I'm glad to find myself on it once again.
the characters he has embedded in my mind.
The way he describes the background no matter the evil or good, is so vivid in one's
mind. The landscapes are so easy to see by the way he describes them all.
I sure hope there's a sequel coming to Severed Souls.
Mr. Goodkind, you are the best author I have ever read.
I hope the next is more exciting.
and also if someone can tell me how the mordsith still have their powers when the person they are bound to is wearing a radahan!!!!!!!
I've read all of Goodkind's Seeker novels and always enjoyed them until now, but I just can't get past the overly fluffed writing in this one.
That being said, I have continued to read the Richard series because I just don't understand how a writer could decline so much. I almost hesitate to be too critical thinking something must be seriously wrong. Almost.
This is the most repetitive book I have ever read... you can literally compare some pages, paragraphs, or sentence and they are almost identical. The character development, and inner perspectives are childish and yet unfortunately still utilize the same preachiness seen at the end if the last series. The romantic relationship between Richard and Kahlan... I don even know what happened here except it now seems to have the experience..of a 13 year old behind it.
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