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This Mass Market Boxed Set, is the Second Boxed Set of The Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind:

The Box Set includes:
Temple of the Winds, 0-812-55148-6
Soul of the Fire, 0-812-55149-4
Faith of the Fallen, 0-812-57639-X

Book 4: Temple of the Winds
On the red moon will come the firestorm...

Wielding the Sword of Truth, Richard Rahl has battled death itself and come to the defe...more
Paperback, 2405 pages
Published September 16th 2002 by Tor Books
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Joh05043
The story line was amazing. I could never tell what was going to happen next. I loved the insights and psychology behind the characters actions/ reactions. However, this book was way to graphic. It is about battle between good and evil, but the evil portrayed in this book was way to dark, graphic, and explicit for me. I read the whole series to get closure and see how it ends, but I will never be able to make myself go through the trauma of reading them again. As soon as I finished the series, I...more
Darcy Stewart
Temple of the Winds
I loved this book. This book is so dark. I like how Emperor Jagang is now getting into the picture. He is bad guy trying to exterminate magic. The man seems hypocritical because he uses magic himself. I dislike Nadine Brighton. I think she should get out of Richard's life. I really like the mord-sith. Cara is my favorite. I really like Kahlan too. Sometimes I wonder though about Nathan. Ann says how he is a dangerous man. It's interesting how he is on his own. Nathan does real...more
Fantasy Literature
Terry Goodkind’s first book, Wizard’s First Rule, was entertaining many years ago when I was a relatively new adult epic fantasy reader. Except for the actual First Rule ("People are Stupid"), which was... stupid. The story had some fascinating characters (mostly the secondary ones — I could never muster up much care for Kahlan) and Richard started out as a pretty good hero. The next couple of books of The Sword of Truth were also fun for someone who is not particularly demanding (which I wasn't...more
D.E. Wyatt
And this is where the series first begins to go off the rails.

Temple of the Winds is still fairly solid fantasy along the lines of books 1-3. Unfortunately, books 5 and 6 begins to turn the series into heavy-handed author tracts. It's not that the author using his books to share his philosophy is a bad thing. The problem is, Goodkind pounds you over the head with it with all the subtlety of a sledgehammer. And then he'll repeat whatever excessively verbose rant on self-determination is the theme...more
Ashley
Sooo good!
Max Roostr
Rating this instead of soul of the fire because the description of the book is in Spanish, and I don't want a bunch of recommendations for Mexican novels.
Raven
faith of the fallen was one of the best books i have ever read...very emotional storytelling
Malena
The series starts to go to hell after Temple of the Winds.
I wish i had stopped reading here.
Suluhishi Heru
Incredible. Richard Rahl is a bang up, thinking warrior!
Emily
I have read 4 & 5 book number 6 is still on my list to read
Tammy Dorrycott
Read them as they each were released good read
Shellbelle19
A real page turner! You can't stop reading these!
Garrett
I love this entire series.
Melissa
It just keeps on truckin'.
Erin
Still lovin it :)
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Terry Goodkind is a contemporary American writer and author of the best-selling epic fantasy series, The Sword of Truth, creator of the television show The Legend of the Seeker, and writer of the self-published epic, The First Confessor: The Legend of Magda Searus (a prequel and origin story of the first Mother Confessor). He has over 20 million copies in print and has been translated into more th...more
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Wizard's First Rule (Sword of Truth, #1) Stone of Tears (Sword of Truth, #2) Blood of the Fold (Sword of Truth, #3) Temple of the Winds (Sword of Truth, #4) Faith of the Fallen (Sword of Truth, #6)

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