The Law Of Nines by Terry Goodkind (Hardcover) £1 @ Poundland - HotUKDeals
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Terry Goodkind is the author of one of my favourite series of books - The Sword of Truth series.

Picked up the hardcover version of this book by him, The Law of Nines, today in Poundland (Union Street, Glasgow) for £1 (imagine that!).

£16.86 at amazon.co.uk:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Law-Nines-Terry-Goodkind/dp/0007303653/

£28.60 at play.com:
http://www.play.com/Books/Books/4-/10061278/The-Law-of-Nines/Product.html?ptsl=1&ob=Price&fb=0&searchstring=terry+goodkind&searchtype=allproducts&searchsource=0&urlrefer=search
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#1
terry goodkind is my mums favourite author aswel.hopefully they will have this at ours, ill get it for her if so. i do really like them but havnt read confessor yet.
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I just finished the confessor book last night. Sword of Truth series was pretty good, but the repitition in it was ridiculous, he must have either been catering for dementia sufferers or thought that most people would skip the earlier books in the series and start at the later books. Either that or it was just to raise his word count by an extra few thousand a book.
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I just finished the confessor book last night. Sword of Truth series was pretty good, but the repitition in it was ridiculous, he must have either been catering for dementia sufferers or thought that most people would skip the earlier books in the series and start at the later books. Either that or it was just to raise his word count by an extra few thousand a book.
yeah the repetition between books and even within a single book was a bit painful. will have a look for this one next time i pass poundland.

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