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The Children of D'Hara
04 Feb 2021 * HARDBACK * £20 * 9781789541335

In this first collected volumes of the series (1-5), Terry Goodkind returns to his epic New York Times bestselling SWORD OF TRUTH saga.

Fiction / FM (Fantasy)
Extent: 912 pages  Format: 228 x 145 mm
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The Children of D'HaraThe Children of D'Haraby Terry Goodkind

Richard Rahl and Kahlan Amnell confront an apocalyptic nightmare in this irresistibly tense, utterly terrifying, near-thousand-page return to Terry Goodkind's 26-million-copy bestselling Sword of Truth world.

The insatiable hunger of the Golden Goddess...

The irresistible power of a Witch's Oath...

A fracture in the world of life...

An opening in the world of death...

Richard Rahl and Kahlan Amnell face the perfect storm.

The Children of D'Hara picks up immediately after the conclusion of the Sword of Truth series in one breathtakingly compelling, powerful, blockbuster novel.

Previously published in five parts: The Scribbly Man, Hateful Things, Wasteland, Witch's Oath, Into Darkness.

Terry Goodkind's Sword of Truth series has sold over 26 million copies in 20 languages. Before becoming a full-time writer Terry worked as a wildlife artist, a cabinetmaker and a violin maker. @terrygoodkind

The collated novellas of the Children of D'Hara series.

Goodkind is a multiple New York Times #1 bestseller.

26 million copies sold in 20 languages.

MARKET: Raymond E. Feist; Robert Jordan.

'This book is an omnibus of the late Goodkind's Children of D'Hara series [...] and fans will appreciate the familiarity of his storytelling style' Booklist

Goodkind has a vast, intriguing creative vision... The worldbuilding is complex and intricate... An epic-length fantasy set in a sprawling world of magic and menace' Foreword Magazine

'An original, landmark collection that is extraordinarily ambitious, complex, and entertaining' Midwest Book Review

There's plenty of mystery, a couple of untruths, and just a few twists and turns that literally leave you both excited and really shocked... A seamless and entertaining ride' Nerds That Geek

'The late Terry Goodkind's unique style and incredible worldbuilding are delivered with his usual skill, and he plumbs the human psyche for incredible and complex tales. He was not afraid to pit his characters against their greatest fears, and this book is no exception. Yet, even as the characters suffer, they rise above it and find greatness, offering a grand display of the triumph of the human spirit' San Francisco Book Review

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