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The Sword of Truth Boxed Set III (Books 7-9): The Pillars of Creation/Naked Empire/Chainfire

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

The best series I've read in this Genre

Loved the story and characters so much that when I finished the last book of the series I wanted to go back to the first book and start all over again. The charactors are like old friends. You really don't want to put the book down. The story and charactors grab you and...
Loved the story and characters so much that when I finished the last book of the series I wanted to go back to the first book and start all over again. The charactors are like old friends. You really don't want to put the book down. The story and charactors grab you and keep you entertained.

posted by TDKITT on May 10, 2010

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1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

not the best

they were good books but i say that the first 6 were extrememly better. the problenm was terry intorduced a lot of new characters that was hard for me to comprehend. all in all i thought they were okay.

posted by Anonymous on January 25, 2007

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 23, 2008

    Impotent

    The first war wizard in 3000 years is impotent. It's very annoying how the author recaps events that has happened in previous books. Very unlikely that readers who read the latter books havent read the previous series. Unlike Wheel of Time where Robert Jordan makes the series into one seamless story Terry G. has a lot to learn from the real masters of epic fantasy writing. And goodness, what's up with the long winded speeches? Terry G. seems to know only one plot on each of these books and it involves richard or khalan as captives and the story revolves around it. What a bore.

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