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Severed Souls: A Richard and Kahlan Novel [Format Kindle]

Terry Goodkind
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From Terry Goodkind, author of the Sword of Truth series, comes a sweeping new novel of Richard Rahl, Kahlan Amnell, and their world.

From the far reaches of the D'Haran Empire, Bishop Hannis Arc and the ancient Emperor Sulachan lead a vast horde of Shun-Tuk and other depraved ‘half-people’ into the Empire's heart, raising an army of the dead in order to threaten the world of the living.

Meanwhile, far from home, Richard Rahl and Kahlan Amnell must defend themselves and their followers from a series of terrifying threats, despite a magical sickness that depletes their strength and which, if not cured, will take their lives…sooner rather than later.


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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 1594 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 559 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 0765327740
  • Editeur : Harper Voyager (5 août 2014)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00LE3734I
  • Synthèse vocale : Activée
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  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 2.2 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (4 commentaires client)
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Terry Goodkind est le nouveau prodige de la Fantasy américaine. En quelques mois, son cycle de L'Epée de Vérité est devenu un best-seller international, vendu à plus de 20 millions d'exemplaires. Pour la première fois depuis Terry Brooks, un auteur a de nouveau réussi l'exploit de réunir tous les publics sous sa bannière. Traîtrise, aventure, intrigue, amour, tous les ingrédients sont réunis dans ce cycle pour en faire la plus grande fresque de Fantasy depuis Tolkien. Né en 1948 à Omaha, Nebraska, Goodkind a d'abord intégré une école d'art de la ville pour se spécialiser dans la représentation de la faune et de la flore. Par la suite, il a opté pour une carrière de menuisier, avant de se consacrer à la fabrication d'instruments de musique, comme les violons, pour enfin s'intéresser à la restauration d'artéfacts rares et exotiques du monde entier. Toutes ces expériences ont contribué à faire de lui un écrivain à part entière et se retrouvent dans ses romans. En 1983, il part s'installer avec son épouse Jeri dans les montagnes boisées du nord-est américain qu'il aime tant, surplombant la mer. Il construira lui même sa maison où il finira dix ans plus tard par écrire La Première leçon du sorcier qui obtint un succès immédiat. Le dixième tome de cette série qui en comptera onze est sorti aux USA en juin 2006. Vous n'avez pas fini de rêver...

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D'abord je me suis ennuyée, j'étais pessimiste en voyant l'armée des mort-vivants. Mais j'ai été excitée quand j'ai appris les projets en marche depuis longtemps par Sulachan et Hannis Arc. J'ai adoré les exploits de magie et le retour de Richard en stratège.
J'ai deviné la fin mais j'ai quand même stressé par les actions rapides.
SPOILER! (à lire si vous avez fini le roman)
Sulachan a préparé son coup en tant que vivant et dans le monde des morts. Donc je pense qu'il a dit à Darken de tuer ses opposants, d'où la vengeance d' Hannis Arc qui aura besoin de lui pour conquérir!
Ce serait pas mal que Richard revienne avec Magda Searus et Merrit, comme les mondes seront réunis.

I was bored by the slow progress of the story. I was pessimistic by the advance of evil. Hopefully we discover hidden plots, strong magic and the return of Richard's strategy. I've foreseen the end but I was thrilled by the last scenes.
SPOILER! > We learn more on Sulachan''s plans on both worlds, he planned it all. Here I think he had told Darken Rahl to kill possible opponents whom Hannis Arc''s parents on purpose! This will trigger Lord Arc's revenge who needs to revive Sulachan. It would be nice that Richard comes back with Magda Searus and Merritt to save the day.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Quite decent Terry Goodking 15 novembre 2014
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Not the book of the century, and with some lengthy parts, but a quite decent story that should keep followers of T. Goodkind entertained for a while... The story does not end here, as you can guess!
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 The worst ever 2 octobre 2014
Par miggy
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I have read all the books in this saga and the last three have been badddddddddd!
But the worst one is this last one as well as the more expensive, please give the money back...!
Tiresome and repetitive full of bla, bla, bla...Writen for addled people.
The spelling mistakes are really something! In all the books of the saga!
We know tha you have to eat like all of us but please, have some consideration!
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 arnaque!!! 23 août 2014
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
J'attendais de recevoir ce livre pour l'offrir à ma fille et je m'aperçois que c'est un livre électronique!!!
C'est scandaleux!!!
Vous devriez expliquer plus clairement cela!!!
vous avez surement perdu un client fidèle qui a horreur de se faire arnaquer!!!
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Amazon.com: 4.0 étoiles sur 5  907 commentaires
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Very frustrating and disappointing. 12 août 2014
Par Mamacita - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
The Omen Machine, The Third Kingdom, and Severed Souls all have one common problem--the endless repetition. Honestly, all three remind me of a writing assignment that is being stretched to reach a word count. All three books could have been made into one by simply eliminating the endlessly reworded repetitive descriptive passages. I think Goodkind needs to walk away from Richard and Kahlan for a while and come up with some new plot lines and/or characters.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 I've read *EVERY* single book and this has to be the worst one. 20 août 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I'm not exactly sure what happened here. I've read *EVERY* single book from cover to cover of the Richard and Khalan series and I have to say that this has to be the worst out of all of them. I won't reveal any spoilers for those who haven't caught up, but since Terry Goodkind has already mentioned that a hero will die, I'll just refer to the person as the "hero". That's probably one of the biggest gripes in the book -- the hero died in such a dishonorable way it was insulting and a huge letdown. This leads to the second problem with the book. Terry has often gone to great lengths to describe magic and the various different kinds that exist. He clearly communicates how differently a war wizard's magic works, how subtractive magic works and how additive magic works -- always explaining in intricate detail of how things are done. Now, with the "darklands" (which isn't just lacking creativity in the name) there's the myserious "Occult powers". These Occult Powers can remove your underwear from your body without touching your pants! They can explain any possible phenomenon you find to be inexplicable. Nowhere in the book does Terry *ever* go into details about these "Occult Powers" and every experienced wizard, sorceress, (insert any other person with magic powers here) seems like a dumb, ignorant child when it comes to them -- including Richard. It's upsetting to see people who have been through terrible wars and have fought and defeated fearsome enemies like Darken Rahl and Jagang all of a sudden look like a bunch of kindergarteners battling "occult powers" that somehow seem to be immune to magic. The wizards of long ago were able to fight off these folks and instead of Richard trying to find information on how to do so (I don't know--pay another visit to the Temple of the Winds, maybe?), Terry goes ON AND ON about the stories we have already read in great detail. He explains things readers already know, because who their right mind would pick up the 14th book in a series as the first book to read? The battle scenes go on and on. They were walking through forests for what seems like an eternity. The death inside them has been eating away at them for more than 2 books now. I have to say, it was very disappointing and uneventful. I feel like it was rushed and not given much though. 560 pages of nothing. Sorry, Terry -- you have done MUCH better before. I hope you read this review -- I've loved many of your other books in the series so please take this review seriously.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Either I grew out of Goodkind, or he stopped trying. 7 août 2014
Par AJ Hawks - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This is the 14th installment in the series. Not sure if that counts Debt of Bones or not, but I've read everything in the SoT world. By now, it just feels tired though. Either I grew out of Goodkind's writing style or he has stopped putting in the effort. Sentences like "Their wet shrouds came apart like wet paper." stick out like sore thumbs on every page, indicating to me that Terry never bothered to proofread or rewrite any of it.

This may be the last of his books I bother to pick up. At this point, it's only out of habit.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Severed Expectations: Richard is an idiot in this book, a lot. 8 août 2014
Par Christie Rogers - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Relié
Several things I find making this book the least in the series. First the first half of it felt like a rereading of the previous book and utter filler that accomplished more on getting from point A geographical location to Point B while the plot never moving beyond Point A in the first place.

Second, have the characters forgotten everything they had when dealing with a pristinely ungifted army? Is Richard, the Seek of Truth really so much of a idiot to forget loopholes he and Zedd abused in the past to get around magic immunity?

Third, a character suffers the ultimate humiliation of a scripted death scene. Meaning they were handed a script and told to die, end of story. No recourse and nothing of matter results from it. It felt utterly a waste. How can such a death be utterly flat? Word of warning there are two major deaths and they are both flat as pancakes and not nearly as tasty.

Fourth and finally this book is filled with cliches that aren't even used in a innovative way. Nothing was expanded upon or reinvented in trying to make them interesting. Instead we get old and tired.

Fifth, one of the newest characters who I happened to like was alienated because of Richard's idiocy being played to ten so he had no choice but to act even more stupid. Richard is the Seeker of Truth. Thinking with his head is what he's supposed to do even when he's half dead. If your going to alienate someone at least make the action and the causes the led up to such believable.

The book had potential and for that it gets one star above the base, but that doesn't make it excusable. And by potential I say that in the same breath of Twilight and the Hunger Games having concepts that could have been so much more but were instead executed poorly that it had me screaming at the book. Some cases literally. I could have excused the first half filler if the second half of railroading the characters down a fixed course like a bad RPG had been done away with for something more natural. That would have netted it two more stars.

Ultimately I can't see myself reading the series beyond this point if the next book is anywhere near as bad as this. I've never been this disappointed in a book before.

Sorry Terry Goodkind but for once... I can't see the truth in this story. Best of luck and wishes on the next book. It may be my last.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Still no better. 12 août 2014
Par S. PRITIKIN - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I read Wizard's First Rule when it first came out in paperback and was entranced with the story, the characters and the world of magic in which it was set. I started buying the hardcovers next because I couldn't wait for the paperbacks to come out to read the next book.

Sad to say, eventually the writing became repetitive and dull and the stories became sillier and I got tired of being lectured by the author about freedom and choice. When I read the reviews about Severed Souls, I decided to take a chance and check in with Richard and Kahlan again. Sad to say, it had not improved and was more boring than ever. I read it to the end on the off chance that things would improve but was not happily surprised.

Goodkind has gone from being one of my favorite authors to someone whose writing I will avoid from now on.
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