Faith of the Fallen

Faith of the Fallen Review

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As his beloved Kahlan lies close to death, Richard Rahl, who distrusts prophecy more than anyone, is confronted by a compelling vision - one that bears a terrible price. It would mean taking Kahlan away to safety while abandoning his people to a grim fate.

As savage hordes stand poised to invade their homeland, Richard and Kahlan's devotion, not only to each other but to their cause and their duty, is imperiled in the descending fury of war. Amid the turmoil, Nicci, a woman from Richard's past, haunted by her memory of him, makes a fateful decision. Despite Nicci's hunger to understand the source of Richard's indomitable will, her burning passion to destroy him commits her to the unthinkable.

Title:Faith of the Fallen
Edition Language:English

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    Faith of the Fallen Reviews

  • J.G. Keely

    This book has become an unusual point of discussion between me and my literary fantasy friends. It all started years ago when this kid from fencing and I were discussing what fantasy books we read. I ...

  • Eric Allen

    Faith of the FallenSword of Truth book #6By Terry GoodkindA Retroview by Eric AllenDue to my scathing reviews of Terry Goodkind's more recent work, I have recieved quite a few people saying that "if y...

  • Shanti

    Alrighty, then ... I just finished it. I will be on to something else in my library for a while. Tired of Goodkind rehashing who characters are and their past relationships for pages. If one's been re...

  • Jamie (LadyJai) Dement

    Faith of the Fallen is a wonderful example of explaining Marxism in terms anyone can understand. It should be mandatory reading for all US History and English classes. It takes you on a progressive jo...

  • Tendency

    Oh god. Bad fantasy novel is bad.*besides* the poorly executed and tedious allegory of his socialism v capitalism setup, the endless rehashing of previous happenings and relationships (yes, exposition...

  • Ashley

    I have SO MANY THOUGHTS.For most of the time reading this book, I was pretty sure I was going to give it three stars. I haven't given a Sword of Truth book three stars since the first one, which I rea...

  • Kat  Hooper

    This review refers to the SOT series through book 9.Terry Goodkind’s first book Wizard’s First Rule was great! Except for the actual First Rule ("People are Stupid"), which was...stupid. The story...

  • Igor Ljubuncic

    Dr. Zhivago, set in the Old World, Oppa Goodkind style.Dr. Richard "Rahl" Zhivago is separated from his beloved, Kahlana Konfessorskaya, and he travels into the depths of the evil Khanate of the Old W...

  • Stephen

    3.0 stars. Probably my favorite book in the series apart from Wizard's First Rule. Some think Goodkind got too preachy in this book and I can see that, but I found myself enjoying his passion for the ...

  • Richard Claypool

    I'm even going to waste my time on this because of how much I hate this book, the bad writing, and Terry Himself.Many years ago, I read Atlas Shrugged, and was reminded of Aynd's writing style in this...