The Chainfire Trilogy is the name given to the final three books in the Sword of Truth series: Chainfire, Phantom, and Confessor. The events of the trilogy follow. Chainfire: Chainfire Trilogy, Part 1 (Sword of Truth, Book 9) [Terry Goodkind] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. With Wizard’s First Rule and . Chainfire [Terry Goodkind] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers . vg++ condition In stock shipped from our UK warehouse.

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There’s another scene where it takes Richard close to two pages simply to draw his sword and cut his adversary’s head off with one swing. This book has some twists that initially I didn’t expect but it did very quickly become predictable more on that later. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide.

Richard’s certainty that he’d be able to convince someone that he wasn’t delusional and his pie-eyed optimism that everything would work out just dandy bordered on annoying. BUT that is just me and I do understand for some people they can not compartmentalize their love for the story and their cuainfire for Goodkind’s personal interjection and repetition.

How long can he deny the D’Haran empire the freedom it deserves while he chases phantoms? After being gravely chainrire in battle, Richard awakes to discover Kah With Wizard’s First Rule and seven subsequent masterpieces, Terry Goodkind has thrilled readers worldwide with the unique sweep of his storytelling. There are also, of course, the obligatory clumsy, transparent, desperate, deluded attempts from the author to trick the reader into endorsing morally untenable positions that glorify selfishness and pose helping others as the greatest kind of evil, as well as other philosophies that support a purely self-interested free market capitalist, minimal-government, nonexistent welfare dystopia.


Chainfire is the ninth book in the Sword of Truth series and, if anyone happens to care, is also what the Legend of the Seeker TV series is loosely based on. It’s incredibly annoying to say the least. It was nominated for the Prometheus Award.

The arrow gradually goodind a metaphor for Richard’s faults as the book progresses. Death’s Mistress Book He lives through the ordeal only to discover something gravely disturbing, Kahlan is missing. Jun 06, David rated it really liked it. It cainfire to a certain rhythym.

Jun 06, Jessica rated it really liked it. All right, I am a little over 80 pages in, and, well, there’s a few things. Please email webmaster fantasticfiction. The Ominous netherworld beast from down under just peeved me more than anything.

This results in some characteristically tedious, repetitive, unrealistic, interminable, eyeroll-inducing exchanges between Richard and other characters as he tries to convince them of his inevitable correctness against their insistence that he is deluded. yoodkind

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Zedd makes the same discovery independently. As far as characters go, Chainfire again limited the number of people involved. Chainfire begins with Richard fighting for his life after being wounded in a battle he doesn’t even remember.

Aug 06, Melinda rated it liked it. Mass Market Paperbackpages. Goodkind has only my obsessive compulsion to finish what I start to thank for my continued consumption of his free market capitalist propaganda, and the fact that they have been turned into audiobooks.

Some elements were also similar to previous plot lines. As for the rest, they make up those goovkind had me wanting to tear my hair out.

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I still didn’t see it – what led him to his unshakable certainty that what he was saying was, in fact, the truth. Chainfire Sword of Truth Author s: In his search for his life, he encounters a deadly enemy bred to kill him. And it’s basically all giberish. Although, even though I love Nicci, and she is, by far, my favorite character of this series Where he first met Kahlan Was it his gift guiding him, was it conjecture, or was it that he was remembering something that had, until that moment, been a buried memory?



Together with Cara, they head to the Sliph to travel to the People’s Palace. He tires of trying to convince them and instead sets out to find her. Richard is the only one that remembers her chqinfire he’s constantly trying to prove that she exists to others. But the second he’s free, Goodkind forgets all about the wounds.

But his injuries are so serious tha I really enjoyed this book if not for the frustration that had me wanting to tear my hair out. Let me give you an example of what I mean. Goodkind’s treatment of it is a little over the top–he sprinkles in more terminology than I’d like.

But it is not as simple as erasing the memory of everyone directly, as this is merely Subtractive Magic. There is nothing shown in this book so far.

She is a such busybody. It’s been a little while since I read the last book, and I really have forgotten a lot, though there is gooodkind lot of reminding in the book. Fearing for his beloved’s life, Richard desperately tries to find some trace of her and at the same time convince the others that she exists. It’s boring and tedious to read, because it just keeps repeating over, and over, and over again, without ever making chaifnire progress either way.