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Wizard's First Rule
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by Terry Goodkind (Goodreads Author)
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No amount of love can cure madness or unblacken one's dark moods. Love can help, it can make the pain more tolerable, but, always, one is beholden to medication that may or may not always work and may or may not be bearableKay Redfield Jamison
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This unfortunately was not my favorite of the trilogy. It is lacking in any real substance. It does neatly tuck away the storyline, but leaves the reader somewhat dissatisfied with the intensity the first book brought forth.

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2nd Chance (Women's Murder Club, #2)
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“No amount of love can cure madness or unblacken one's dark moods. Love can help, it can make the pain more tolerable, but, always, one is beholden to medication that may or may not always work and may or may not be bearable”
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