The Pillars of Creation

(Sword of Truth)

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Tormented her entire life by inhuman voices, Jennsen 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.

Richard Rahl and his wife, Kahlan, have been reunite
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Ha scritto il 20/07/07
The seventh book in the Sword of Truth series.
A very wierd book, imo. Almost nothing at all about Richard, instead it is all about his half-sister Jenn.

I have such an ambivalant attitute towards this series. I quite enjoy reading them bu

I have such an ambivalant attitute towards this series. I quite enjoy reading them but the political and philosophical meaning behind the stories is almost the exact opposite of everything I would believe in.
In Wizard's First Rule for example the basic premise was that people are stupid. That mob rule always wins out, and by being able to manipulate that you can guide people into believing almost anything.

There is also an entire book about how democracy doesn't work, another about the evils of socialism, especially communism, and how Richard becoming a tyrant is good for the people. That he will guide them in the right direction and protect the lands by eliminating pointless discussions.

And yet despite the fact that I often end up shaking my head at what lies underneath the stories I do enjoy the books. Why I don't know; the plots are pedestrian, the characters crap, and the the prose plodding. ...Continua


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