Chainfire: Chainfire Trilogy, Part 1 (Sword of Truth, Book - download pdf or read online

By Terry Goodkind

ISBN-10: 0765344319

ISBN-13: 9780765344311

With Wizard's First Rule and 7 next masterpieces, Terry Goodkind has overjoyed readers world wide with the original sweep of his storytelling. Now Goodkind returns with a brand new novel of Richard and Kahlan, the start of a series of 3 novels that might convey their epic tale to its culmination.After being gravely injured in conflict, Richard awakes to find Kahlan lacking. To his disbelief, nobody recollects the girl he's frantically looking for. Worse, not anyone believes that she quite exists, or that he used to be ever married. on my own as by no means sooner than, he needs to locate the lady he loves greater than existence itself....if she is even nonetheless alive. If she used to be ever even actual.

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He remembered, too, the hail of arrows and bolts from crossbows, and, finally, other men joining the battle. Richard lifted the front of his shirt out away from himself, looking down at it, not understanding why it was whole. “Your shirt was ruined,” Cara offered, noticing his puzzlement. ” We. That one word rose up above all others in his mind. We. Cara and Kahlan. That had to be what Cara meant. ” “Kahlan,” he said as he took a stride away from the support of the table. ” Cara’s features meandered into a provocative smile.

He’d read enough, though, to understand the danger. When he made for the table, where his sword lay, Nicci stepped in front of him. “Richard, I know it’s hard, but you have to put this dream business behind you. We don’t have time for it. We need to talk. ” He laid a hand on her shoulder and spoke as patiently as he could, considering his sense of urgency, but by his tone let her know that he was not going to discuss it further. ” Pressing the back of his hand against the side of her shoulder, Richard moved her aside and strode to the table.

He tried to speak. He almost got the words out, but then he coughed up a mouthful of thick blood. He started choking as he tried to breathe. The woman holding his shoulders turned his head aside. “Spit,” she told him as she bent close. The feeling of not being able to get any air brought a flash of hot fear. Richard did as she said. She swept her fingers through his mouth, working to clear an airway. With her help he finally managed to cough and spit out enough blood to be able to pull in some of the air he so desperately needed.

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