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eBook Soul of the Fire (Sword of Truth Series) ePub

by Buck Schirner,Terry Goodkind

  • ISBN: 1423313976
  • Category: Fantasy
  • Subcategory: Science Fiction
  • Author: Buck Schirner,Terry Goodkind
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition (May 28, 2007)
  • ePub book: 1461 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1236 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 429


Terry Goodkind returns to the epic Sword of Truth saga in a tale of sweeping fantasy adventure bound to enthrall his .

Terry Goodkind returns to the epic Sword of Truth saga in a tale of sweeping fantasy adventure bound to enthrall his growing legion of fans. In Temple of the Winds. He literally branched off to everything happening at the time - it was hilarious - happens more than once).

Home Audiobook Series The Sword of Truth Soul Of Fire Audiobook – Sword of Truth Book . Plot summary of Soul Of Fire Audiobook by Terry Goodkind. Narrated By: Buck Schirner. Publisher: Brilliance Audio. Date: September 2004. Duration: 24 hours 21 minutes

Home Audiobook Series The Sword of Truth Soul Of Fire Audiobook – Sword of Truth Book 5. Genre. Soul Of Fire Audiobook – The Sword of Truth Book 5. Continuing on from Temple of the Winds Audiobook, Soul Of Fire Audiobook begins after Richard and Kahlan’s wedding in the village of the Mud People. Strange deaths and the appearance of a ‘chicken-that-isn’t-a-chicken’ leaves Richard fearing the worst. Duration: 24 hours 21 minutes. Soul of the Fire Audiobook by Terry Goodkind full free – END.

The Sword of Truth Soul Of Fire Audiobook (24 Hours) – Read By Buck Schirner. Bestselling New York Times author Terry Goodkind revisits his gripping Sword of Truth books with the eagerly anticipated Faith of the Fallen. Return to the world of Wizard’s First Rule, which has everything one could ask for in an epic fantasy (Publishers Weekly), the world of Richard Cypher, a simple woods guide who never dreamed he would get caught up in magic, war, and dangers so extraordinary that the fate of the entire world would hang on his actions and decisions.

About the Sword of Truth series. Wood for cook fires was supplemented with dried dung but more often with billets of tightly wound dried grass. Bonfires, such as the ones the night before at their wedding ceremony, were a rare and wondrous treat. With no one living in any of the surrounding buildings, this part of the village had an empty, otherworldly feel to it.

The Sword of Truth is a series of twenty one epic fantasy novels written by Terry Goodkind. The books follow the protagonists Richard Cypher, Kahlan Amnell, Nicci, Cara, and Zeddicus Zu'l Zorander on their quest to defeat oppressors who seek to control the world and those who wish to unleash evil upon the world of the living.

Soul of the Fire book. I loved the Sword of Truth series in the beginning. It was different and exciting. But then the series started to get weird. Goodkind is responsible for the worst thing ever written by a human being; the now legendary evil chicken scene (quote above).

Title: Soul of the Fire: A Sword of Truth Novel. Attributes: Mass Market, Series, Strippable Paperback. For a fan of the sword and sorcery genre, it pretty much has it all. Each book in the series seems to get better. Показать все 9 объявления с новыми товарами. Although they all follow the genre's formula of having a seemingly insurmountable foe for the hero, he ultimately triumphs so he can go on to the next book. Goodkind's character development and story line seem to improve with each offering.

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Terry Goodkind returns to the epic Sword of Truth saga in a tale of sweeping fantasy adventure bound to enthrall his growing legion of fans. In Temple of the Winds, the New York Times bestselling fourth novel in the series, the Seeker of Truth Richard Rahl and Mother Confessor Kahlan Amnell risked their lives and souls to free the land of D'Hara from the scourge of a magical plague. But in doing so they accidentally unleashed the Chimes, a magic whose threat will reach far beyond D'Hara.

Now it has become terrifyingly clear that the Chimes have the potential to bring down all that Richard and Kahlan have worked to protect, and even the power of the Sword of Truth may not be enough to stem the tide of their unleashed magical force. But if the Chimes cannot be stopped, first they will ravage Richard and Kahlan, then all of D'Hara, and then the entire world….


Bluddefender Bluddefender
Soul of the fire was a slow starting book, but then it became much more interesting. It was a very compelling and emotional book in the series. I highly recommend this series.
Coiwield Coiwield
As a die hard fan of this kind of stories I think that this is great.
Jugore Jugore
Terry Goodkind

What a great arthor

The Sword of Truth series is great

But is defintely adult books
Jake Jake
"Soul of Fire" was an interesting read. Richard, Khalan, and Zed are back, and are finally reuinited with eachother. Although Goodkind showed his usual inventive imagination about Richard Cypher's ever-growing abilities, this chapter in the "Sword of Truth" saga lacked in areas. There is too, much enfacise on the book's new characters and not enough on the heros. When is he going to deal with the Imperial Army? Jagang, the chief nemesis of both the "New World" and the "Old World" has not been given proper time again. In summary: It was a very interesting book. It's well written and has enough information to keep the die-hard "Sword of Truth" fans involved in the adventure. As compared to the first three books, "Soul of Fire" lacks certain elements. It is about as good as "Temple of Winds". It is an enjoyable read.
Gavikelv Gavikelv
OK well I am absolutely in love with both authors (if you REALLY want, I'll throw Tad Williams into the mix too). A friend of mine and I have often compared the pros and cons of both authors. In some ways I like Goodkind better, in some Jordan. I feel more of a companionship with Goodkind's characters (I've only cried once for a bad situation in Jordan's series, of which I have read all 8 of the books that are currently out but I've cried countless times in Goodkind's). He has excellent character development and an intriguing plotline that keeps me wanting more but Jordan has an incredibly intriguing plotline as well. Normally, when a story drags on and on like a soap opera I get irritated and impatient but with Jordan it's different. He keeps me constantly intrigued and hungry for his next novel. Goodkind keeps me wanting more in a different way. I'm more patient with the next book in Goodkind's series (I guess b/c sometimes they actually work as stand-alones, whereas Jordan's do not by any means) but with Jordan I'm ravenous for his next book. Who's better? I can't say; I love both equally.
Kale Kale
I've read 6 of the SoT books. And I've enjoyed all of them, some more and some less, but Soul of the Fire had to be the worst out of all of them. It still goes at a fast pace, and it is bearable to read (though some would disagree) but compared to the rest of his series its pretty bad.
I agree with an earlier comment, that he leaves out all the characters we fell in love with in the past; like, Gratch, Verna, Warren, Nathan (my favorite), Scarlet, etc. He spends way too much time building up characters you end up hating and end up dying needless deaths that serve no purpose to the overall plot. Basically, if they weren't really in the story it wouldn't have changed it much. The story could have been told in 200 pages rather than his 500 pages. It just feels like Goodkind needed something to write, and to write fast and it just sort of all was sloppily put together. Certain scenes are funny though, like when Cara is around. But overall, you should read it if you want to continue the series. If you want an awesome book, I would suggest looking elsewhere. I'm a Goodkind fan, but what did Terry do with this book?!
Mysterious Wrench Mysterious Wrench
This book was a little dissapointing from the previous 4, It does enlarge the understanding of how the Midlands and its people think and feel, but I felt that these things could have been explained during the story told of Richard and Kahlen, instead of the reverse. The story is about political intrigue and one of the small nations of the Midlands with a secret power not quite understood. It is the first real battleground in the New World fought between Jagang and Richard, through diplomacy and intrigue.
I have been an avid fantasy reader for many years. I started with J. R. R. Tolkein, progressed to Terry Brooks, Madeline L'Engle, Stephen Donaldson, David Eddings, and Robert Jordan. I voraciously read Terry Goodkind's Soul of the Fire, and was thouroughly pleased with the outcome. The book enhances what we have learned in the rest of the series as well as increasing the play of other characters in the story. This series has many facets in the fight of good versus evil, and shows us that just because you have cleaned house, doesn't mean you have taken out the garbage. In this book Richard is learning more of how to use his powers, and we are learning more about the Dreamwalker. Mr. Goodkind's plot, storyline and readabilty are incredible. I read one customer review that said that this series was a takeoff of Tolkein and many other fantasy stories. In my opinion, if you look back at all of them, they all have the same basic plot. Good vs. Evil. It is how the writer brings this battle to light that captures our attention and keeps us reading. I await Mr. Goodkind's next book with bated breath. Please write faster.