The Pillars of Creation (Sword of Truth, Book 7)
The Pillars of Creation - Sword of Truth, Book 7 Author:Terry Goodkind New York Times bestselling author Terry Goodkind has created his most lavish adventure yet. Tormented her entire life by inhuman voices, a young woman named Lauren seeks to end her intolerable agony. She at last discovers a way to silence the voices. For everyone else, the torment is about to begin. — With winter descending and the paral... more »yzing dread of an army of annihilation occupying their homeland, Richard Rahl and his wife Kahlan must venture deep into a strange and desolate land. Their quest turns to terror when they find themselves the helpless prey of a tireless hunter.
Meanwhile, Lauren finds herself drawn into the center of a struggle for conquest and revenge. Worse yet, she finds her will seized by forces more abhorrent than anything she ever envisioned. Only then does she come to realize that the voices were real.
Staggered by loss and increasingly isolated, Richard and Kahlan must stop the relentless, unearthly threat which has come out of the darkest night of the human soul. To do so, Richard will be called upon to face the demons stalking among the Pillars of Creation.
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This is a pretty good book however it is my least favorite of the Sword of Truth series. Richard and Kahlan are not even in the book until very close to the end-very upsetting. I did like the book but certainly not as much as I like others. This one can easliy be skipped but I still suggest reading it if reading the series.
Tom G. (tom8021) reviewed The Pillars of Creation (Sword of Truth, Book 7) on
This was the worst book so far in the series. Totally skip-able. The premise is good, but he repeats himself constantly. The whole story could have been told in a few chapters. I understand character development but there wasn't anything new or refreshing along the way. He is becoming predictable with evil taking hostage of an innocent and Kathlan or Richard are fighting to be near each other. All is worked out in the final chapter.
The good thing is this book isn't as oppressive as some of the others.