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Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer's personal information. You submitted the following rating and review. It was boring, it was repetitive, it was full of pages and pages and pages of over the top dialogue, and even the new plot threads revolving around the zombies and the conspiracies were painfully obvious and predictable.
I remember a time where Mr Goodkind had a deft touch with subtle plotting and well timed reveals, but that has all been replaced with the heavy-handed subtlety of a brick. One thing that Goodkind did get right in this book are his characters. I think Lothain was a poorly constructed villain, whose only purpose was to reinforce Goodkind's message of people are dumb and can never see what is right in front of them, and the only salvation is to use reason.
But all in all, characterisation is a step up from Goodkind's previous two outings. The biggest problem I had with this book was the writing, mostly because there was too much of it. Economy and density of words is thrown out the window in favour of the principle "why use five words when five paragraphs will do". There was so much repetition, so many of the characters rephrasing the same ideas again and again and again, just in case you didn't understand the first time, and so many characters recounting the events that have just passed to new characters they have just met on their journey.
There was a scene at about the 50th chapter where Magda summarised the previous 49 chapters with a uprising amount of detail in just a few paragraphs of dialogue. If you want to read this book, you can probably get away with starting and chapter 50 given how good that summary was. The other point I want to bring up is the heavy handed sermon on truth and reason.
Goodkind spends a great deal of time communicating these rather romantic notions about letting reason rule your life, and I remember those notions being rather appealing as a teenager.
But come on Mr Goodkind, I get it now, you think all people are dumb unless they think like you, at which point they stop being dumb and start seeing the world how it truly is. The message is coming through loud and clear, you don't need to keep beating us over the head with it. The First Confessor is likely to be the last Terry Goodkind book I read, which is sad given how much of my childhood I spent reading and reading his Sword of Truth novels.
I'm not sure who I would recommend this book to. The legion of Goodkind followers will probably have already read and loved this book, the long time Goodkind readers like myself will probably be disappointed by the amount of handholding provided in this story, and people who have never read Goodkind before will probably be disappointed by the weak plot.
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So if you have a spare moment, please tell us your thoughts by writing a reader's review. Thank you. Ever since reading the sword of truth series I find it difficult to enjoy other books.
Until this one. Character development was second to none. Finishing his books are like losing family. They are gone. I previously did not read this genre of books. His writing grabs me like Disneyland grabs a child. The entire story could have been told in a novella.
I keep hearing reviewers talk about how well the female lead is written but come on. He keeps talking about how strong, intelligent, and rational she is while everything she does is stupid, weak and irrational.
It felt to me like the story was written by a 15 year girl who thinks she is smart and likes to hear herself talk how smart she is.