My rating: 1 of 5 stars
Book summary in one word: Incredulous.
If you told me that Terry Goodkind, being the good, kind guy that he is, let his hormonal 14-year-old nephew take the lead in writing this book, I’d believe you! Yeah, it’s that bad! And I am not saying this with malice, you’d have to read it to believe it.
Richard and Kahlan are reunited, but with an army occupying their homeland, they must venture into a desolate land. But their quest turns to terror when they become the hopeless prey of a tireless hunter. Bah! This book synopsis just won’t do the book any justice. Our two heroes, the premise under which we embarked on this volume, at best simply make a cameo appearance at the end, before they get overpowered and captured like novices.
Onto the next one: What wags its tail like a dog and excitedly follows you around like a dog? A goat of course! (Don’t argue!) Who acts all knowing and insanely intelligent in strategy much like a dream walker we knew in past volumes only to act impotent and dumb as fuck in Pillars of Creation? Jagang of course. (Believe it!) Continue reading “Book Review: The Pillars of Creation #7 Sword of Truth by Terry Goodkind”