Soul of the Fire

Soul of the Fire

Book - 1999
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Seeker of the Truth Richard Rahl battles so-called chimes, beings capable of stealing souls, who threaten to destroy the world by absorbing its magic. By the author of Temple of the Winds.
Publisher: New York : A Tom Doherty Associates Book, c1999
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780312890544
0312890540
9780812551495
0812551494
Characteristics: 508 p. ; map; 25 cm

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kermitx4
Feb 12, 2013

this is for only readers who enjoy real heavy speed in fantasy novels... lord rahl leaves you strong.

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re_discover
Aug 08, 2010

I found Goodkind's fifth Sword of Truth book a little hard to get into; however, the story had some good twists, and I was happy with the ending. Some doors are opened, while others are closed rather than a cliffhanger-type set up for the next novel. Great read!

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mariafrie
Sep 05, 2009

This is the fifth book in the Sword of Truth sieres. Richard, Kahlan, and Cara are faced with the challenge of convincing the city of Anderth to join thier cause. While at the same time The Cimes, who where relesed form the underworld, are killing numerous people.

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May 23, 2010

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