Confessor: Chainfire Trilogy, Part 3 (Sword Of Truth, Book by Terry Goodkind

By Terry Goodkind

Descending into darkness, approximately to be crushed via evil, these humans nonetheless loose are powerless to prevent the arrival sunrise of a savage new global, whereas Richard faces the guilt of figuring out that he needs to enable it ensue. on my own, he needs to undergo the burden of a sin he dare now not confess to the only individual he lovesÂ…and has misplaced.  Join Richard and Kahlan within the concluding novel of 1 of the main extraordinary and remarkable trips ever written. It all started with one rule, and should finish with the rule of thumb of all principles, the rule of thumb unwritten, the guideline unstated because the sunrise of historical past. while subsequent the sunlight rises, the area could be eternally replaced.

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It was as if her gift was impossibly fast and she was impossibly slow. The two wouldn't mesh. The woman, her flesh the pallid color of the freshly dead, her hair and dress as black as the underworld, was suddenly right there, right beside Nicci. The woman's arm floated out, reaching through the swirling black cloth. Parched flesh stretched tightly over her knuckles served to emphasize the skeleton beneath. Her bony fingers brushed along the underside of Nicci's jaw. It was a haughty touch, an arrogant act of triumph.

Even with the stench and the revolting sights of some of the things going on in the camp, Kahlan noted it all only dimly in the back of her mind. Her thoughts were on other things. Or rather, on one thing: that man with the gray eyes. She hadn't known which team he would be with. When she had seen his face the day before he had been in a cage on a transport wagon. She knew only, from catching bits of Jagang's conversations with officers, that the cages held some of the men who were on a team come to play in the tournaments.

To Kahlan's mind it had been not only deliberate, but done with haste, as if he thought of it only a second before and there was no time to come up with something better. It had been an act of desperation. But why? Why fall on your face in the mud? What could it possibly accomplish? It suddenly hit her. It was in a way something like what she had been doing-using the hood of her cloak to hide what she was doing, where she was looking, who she was looking at. He must have wanted to cover his face.

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