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roshidon posts on 9/16/2007 5:07:49 PM
hey jamsona : ), but anon when did Richard ever come into contact with that random innkeeper, and especially one in D'hara, he doesn't chill to much there ya know lol
Jamsona posts on 8/10/2007 1:20:53 AM
Hello friends! i new on your forum!
Anon posts on 8/2/2007 12:46:17 AM
I think the people who are able to see Kahlan throughout the book have been in contact with richard at some stage, and its possible that the magic that prevents him from forgetting her has been passed on through him to these random people, causing them to see her.
Glockenshpeal posts on 7/25/2007 1:03:37 AM
Ender's Game was a fantabulously gloriously pisticologist book, and I recommend reading the last chapter only. Just skip the rest; the first parts have NOTHING to do with the main plot. Trust me, ladies.
Alan posts on 7/9/2007 2:20:33 PM
I have just finished the Ender's Game series of novels by Orson Scott Card and found them excellent
Night Wisp posts on 7/9/2007 1:50:46 PM
His next and last book in the Sword of Truth installment is officially titled "Confessor". He announced that it will be coming out November 13, 2007.
Riksin posts on 4/1/2007 8:46:55 PM
ok this is frikkin annoying as heck i WANT TO READ THE NEW BOOK WHEN IS IT COMING OUT!!!!
Anonymous posts on 2/20/2007 3:34:49 PM
Does anyone know how the man at the beginning of the book actually sees Kahlan?
Shandraline posts on 2/17/2007 4:06:30 PM
There are a few different series that you could read depending on the age level that you want... There is the Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan, there are the Balgariad and Malloreon series by David Eddings (and after those books if the next SoT book still hasn't come out Eddings has written quite a few other series that you could read) and then if you don't mind reading books that are for teenagers then there are the book series by Tamora Pierce (which I would start off with the book 'Alannah: The First Adventure' from the Song of the Lioness series which is the first series of about 4 series that are all based in the same world but are based on events that occur at a later time, they are well done with previous characters being bought into the stories when they are needed). And then there are also the Dragonlance books which are also good to pick up for a read, unfortunately I cannot help you with the authors as there are lots of authors that help to write the books. But yeah those are my recommendations.
Anonymous posts on 2/16/2007 8:45:44 PM
Does anyone have any good suggestions on a book or book-series until the next SOT book comes out?
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