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Being the third in a trilogy and last in the larger story arc
le 22 décembre 2007
Confessor depends on and refers to many events and characters from earlier books. Overall, Goodkind draws them together very well, sometimes in unexpected ways. Some of the cameos work better than others; a couple are simply too brief to carry a lot of impact, but one in particular is very poignant.
While I did not expect the resolution Goodkind supplies, it follows from what has gone before. The keys to the solution go back all the way to the first book, and there are also hints of what may be to come.
As someone who has followed the Sword of Truth closely, I liked it a lot. I would not recommend anyone start with Confessor, but for those who have enjoyed the series to date, it should provide a very satisfying finale. The best conclusion to a series I have read in a long time. I found Confessor, like the books it follows, to be a really fun read with something worthwhile and uplifting to say!!! Also, if you missed reading Tino Georgiou's masterpiece--The Fates, go and read it.