Wizard's First Rule
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: April 14th 2003
Publisher: Tor Books
Pages no: 836
Edition language: English
Series: Sword of Truth -9 (#1)
by Terry Goodkind Classic Fantasy and I've heard it's a popular series. Unfortunately I couldn't see the appeal and quite honestly, if it had been a new author I would have DNF'd. It started out enjoyable, making a few allowances for its era and the fact that it's one of the forerunners of tropes ...
This is the good stuff. Epic fantasy with about as much patience with the "wait for the answers while I hint you to death" bullshit as I have, an uninformed protagonist that refuses to carry the idiot ball nonetheless, funny and wise wizard, and heavy hitter female (though I got tired of her "let me...
I've pretty much given up on writing "real" (read: semi-coherent) reviews of books that I don't have a commitment to review. It's easier to just tell you all the random thoughts running through my head, and my pure elation at having found a new Fantasy series that actually captured my attention. I r...
I've been wanting to read this for a while...finally got to it. I'd say it was worth the wait. Richard and Kahlan make for strong, likeable characters caught up in a battle of good versus evil against Darken Rahl (swear that's his name). Much more readable and linear than the monstrous Wheel Of Time...
Confessors, Seekers and wizards. Lots of new concepts - especially like what turns the sword white.Dialogue is generally very well done.V impressive first novel.