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The Third Kingdom

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

17 out of 28 people found this review helpful.

May I have some more please?

Terry's books are amazing and I'm very excited to read his next one. They make your blood boil,your mind think and your heart ache for more. His story telling is like weaving words into our minds.. we hang on every word. I'm excited for each book and future books to com...
Terry's books are amazing and I'm very excited to read his next one. They make your blood boil,your mind think and your heart ache for more. His story telling is like weaving words into our minds.. we hang on every word. I'm excited for each book and future books to come!

posted by 16846284 on July 13, 2013

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Most Helpful Critical Review

26 out of 35 people found this review helpful.

I was thoroughly disappointed in this book. At times it felt lik

I was thoroughly disappointed in this book. At times it felt like he was just trying to make a word count goal. There were sentences and paragraphs and whole pages that made me want to scream and kill his editor, because they said the same thing over and over and over j...
I was thoroughly disappointed in this book. At times it felt like he was just trying to make a word count goal. There were sentences and paragraphs and whole pages that made me want to scream and kill his editor, because they said the same thing over and over and over just in little variations. Also, I haven't picked up one of the older books in the series to check, but I *swear* he switched tense. It felt like juvenile writing, to be honest, not the polished, captivating read I'm used to from him. Either way, it kinda sucked. And was even a bit hokey in some spots. I almost don't care about what happens next - and this is coming from a person who wants to name her daughter Kahlan and tore through the entire Sword of Truth arc in about half a year between working two jobs, and read all of First Confessor in one sitting. I really hope the next one doesn't feel so rushed. What I do know is that I won't bother buying two copies - one hardcover for my husband to read and one digital for me to read so we're not fighting over who gets to read it first - next time. I expect more from Mr. Goodkind.

posted by Loralynne on August 21, 2013

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