Temple of the Winds by Terry Goodkind Book Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

Rating: Five Swords Of Truth

Thoughts On Plot: Just when it seems everything is going well, things start falling apart. It definitely gives you a thrill while reading it. The whole series has been like this. I’ve been on the edge of my seat reading them all. I’ve loved every single moment of it.

Thoughts on Characters: My favorite two characters will always be Richard and Kalan. The chemistry between the two of them is magnetizing. It’s intense and strong. It’s deep. Being bad with names becomes my downfall sometimes. There were so many good ones in this one. Including our dear Zedd. Who I wish I could have gotten to see more of in this book. I have to say I have grown a super soft spot for our Mord Sith, Cara in this book. I absolutely adore her. I may even add her to my book girlfriend list.

Narrated By: Dick Hill

Rating on Narrator: 3.5 out of 5 Stars

Thoughts On Audiobook: this is a different narrator than the first few books. I wouldn’t mind because he did a completely amazing job. I loved his intensity! It also seems that every single book has had a different narrator. The problem is that he used different pronunciations than the other narrators. Especially with the name Kalan. Sometimes it took me a moment to realize he was referring to her.

Would I Recommend?: Hell yes. I need somebody to gossip about this book with!

Similar To: Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkein and The Song of Fire and Ice series by George R.R.. Martin.


It isn’t what kind of house you have that matters. This is not happiness. It’s what kind of mind you have, and how you care for your fellow man — what you can do to help others who can be helped by no one else.

Richard will have my hand, but you should know as well as anyone that he will not be eating out of it –and I wouldn’t want him to.” – Kahlan

We all make mistakes.
The people who love us forgive those mistakes.
The people who won’t forgive don’t really matter.

Wizard’s Fourth Rule
There is magic in sincere forgiveness; in the forgiveness you give, but more so in the forgiveness you receive.

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