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Temple of the Winds (Sword of Truth)

One Of The Principle Buddhist Holy Scriptures In The Pali Language

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        StatementBrilliance Audio on MP3-CD Lib Ed
        PublishersBrilliance Audio on MP3-CD Lib Ed
        LC ClassificationsJune 10, 2004
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 99 p. :
        Number of Pages77
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 101593353898
        2Sword of Truth (4)

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Whether or not this implies subtractive magic has been restored remains to be seen. Over the course of his journeys Richard learned to accept his true role, first as the Seeker and the wielder of the Sword of Truth, and then, in Stone of Tears, as the new Lord Rahl and the war wizard who led the fight against the Keeper and his dark minions.

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This time, I reread it after having stopped reading the next book because of reasons. I mean not innocent, but they seem so inherently GOOD that it gives me hope. As if inconsistent characters aren't bad enough, the story feels contrived constantly.

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That leaves me with 7 to go in the series. Even if he had picked one team to cheer over the other, Kahlan doubted it would have made any difference; children were drawn to Richard, seeming to instinctively sense his kind heart.

I like how Emperor Jagang is now getting into the picture.