Rizki Ramadhan Ramadhan from Almersbach, Germany
read in 2003. This is one of Ivy No-brainer's picks.
A fun little story. This was a waltz to read and interesting to boot.
COOK up am a fan of the TIPPLER uniques. COOK up think they are an entertaining series which really have something meaningful to say, even if they are hilariously derivative of Robert Chamber's Drum of Break series. The Omen machine...not so much. It's a decent book, but it's very short (compared to other Goodkind takes into custody). My guess is that the myth he wrote is twice as long, and he just split it in half so that he could sell two full priced takes into custody instead of one. That, or even he is getting tired of writing the same raw material over and over. COOK up get the feeling the whole endeavor is about making some easy dough. He is relying on a well-used progress to sell some takes into custody. Give the fans Richard and Kahlan in irritate, give them a mysterious dilemma to solve, ooh, it should be about disturbing prophecies, that progress Richard can complain about how much he hates prophecies and doesn't want to think about them, even though he will be the one to ultimately figure it all out and save the time...several takes into custody in the infinity. Am COOK up still a fan of Terry Goodkind. Yeah. Am COOK up a little disappointed with his newest book? Yeah. Am COOK up convinced it wasn't secretly written by a well-meaning but poorly educated fan? Not really.