The Blood of the Fold is a novel by Terry Goodkind. It is the third book in The Sword of Truth series. The novel follows Richard Cypher and his friends as they fight against the tyrannical ruler of the Midlands, Darken Rahl.
The Blood of the Fold is the third book in Terry Goodkind’s Sword of Truth series. In this installment, Richard and Kahlan travel to Aydindril to stop a group called the Blood of the Fold from taking over the Midlands.
The Blood of the Fold are a group of wizards who believe that magic should only be used for evil purposes.
They are led by a man named Darken Rahl, who is determined to find and destroy all magical creatures. To do this, he needs the help of an army of soldiers known as D’Harans. Richard and Kahlan must stop Darken Rahl before he can find and destroy all magical creatures.
However, they must also deal with the bloodthirsty members of the Blood of the Fold, who will stop at nothing to achieve their goals.
Book Review #3 – Blood of the Fold (Sword of Truth #3)
What Happens in Blood of the Fold?
Blood of the Fold is the third book in Terry Goodkind’s Sword of Truth series. It was published by Tor Books and released on August 1, 1996. The novel follows Richard Cypher and his friends as they travel to Aydindril to confront the evil Sister Nicci and the Imperial Order.
Along the way, they must deal with difficult choices and challenges that will test their resolve. In the end, only by working together can they hope to save themselves and those they love.
How Does Blood of the Fold End?
The Blood of the Fold is the third and final book in Terry Goodkind’s Sword of Truth series. It was published in 1997. The novel picks up where Stone of Tears left off, with Richard Cypher and his friends fleeing from the Imperial Order army.
They are seeking safety in D’Hara, but find that it too is under the control of Emperor Jagang and the Imperial Order. In order to save D’Hara – and the world – from tyranny, Richard must defeat Jagang in a final confrontation. The Blood of the Fold ends with a massive battle between Richard and Jagang.
Although it is not explicitly stated, it is implied that Jagang is killed in this battle. This victory allows Richard to take control of D’Hara and finally put an end to the Imperial Order’s reign of terror.
How Many Books are in the Original Sword of Truth Series?
The Sword of Truth series is a fantasy book series written by Terry Goodkind. The series consists of eleven books, which were published between 1994 and 2016. The first book in the series is Wizard’s First Rule, and the last book is Warheart.
The books are chronologically ordered, but can be read in any order. The eleven books in the Sword of Truth series are: 1. Wizard’s First Rule
2. Stone of Tears 3. Blood of the Fold 4. Temple of the Winds
5. Soul of the Fire 6. Faith of the Fallen 7. Pillars of Creation
8. Naked Empire 9. chainfire Trilogy Part 1: Phantom 10. Chainfire Trilogy Part 2: Confessor
How Many Pages is Blood of the Fold?
The Blood of the Fold is the third book in Terry Goodkind’s fantasy series The Sword of Truth. It was published by Tor Books and released on June 2, 1996. The audiobook version, narrated by Sam Tsoutsouvas, was released by Random House Audio in May 2006.
The novel picks up immediately after the events of Stone of Tears. Richard Rahl, Kahlan Amnell, Zeddicus Zu’l Zorander, Cara Mason, and Chase Michael Tollin have just escaped from the People’s Palace in D’Hara with the help of Verna Sauventreen and Warren Bonner. They are now fugitives, hunted by Darken Rahl and his forces.
On their way to Aydindril, they are intercepted by a group of Blood of the Fold – an elite group of assassins who serve Darken Rahl. In the ensuing battle, Kahlan is severely wounded and taken captive while Richard and his friends escape. Richard and his friends eventually make it to Aydindril where they meet up with Nicci – a Sister of the Dark who has been hunting them since they escaped from D’Hara.
However, she has had a change of heart and now wants to help them rescue Kahlan from Darken Rahl. Nicci uses her magic to transport Richard to D’Hara where he infiltrates the palace posing as one of Rahl’s soldiers. He is able to rescue Kahlan but at great cost; many innocent people are killed in the process including Chase Michael Tollin – one of Richard’s closest friends.
The Blood of the Fold is 648 pages long in paperback form.
Pillars of Creation Terry Goodkind
Pillars of Creation Terry Goodkind is an American author of epic fantasy novels. He is best known for the sword of truth series, which has sold over 26 million copies worldwide. His work has been translated into more than 20 languages.
Goodkind was born in Omaha, Nebraska, the son of Danish immigrants. He grew up in Long Island, New York. He attended college at Syracuse University, where he studied art and philosophy.
After graduation, he worked as a writer and illustrator in the advertising industry. In 1994, Goodkind’s debut novel Wizard’s First Rule was published. It was an instant success and launched him into literary stardom.
The book went on to sell more than 10 million copies worldwide and was adapted into a television series by Sam Raimi (The Evil Dead). Since then, Goodkind has published 17 additional novels in the Sword of Truth series as well as several non-fiction books and novellas. His most recent release is Pillars of Creation (2017), which continues the story of Richard Cypher and Kahlan Amnell started in Wizard’s First Rule.
Pillars of Creation is set five years after the events of the previous novel, Faith of the Fallen. Richard Cypher has settled down with Kahlan Amnell and they have a young son named Zeddicus Zu’l Zorander II – or “ZZ” for short. However, peace does not last long for our heroes as dark forces begin to stir once again…
The Blood of the Fold is a novel by Terry Goodkind. The book tells the story of Richard Cypher, a young man who discovers that he has the ability to wield magic. When a group of evil wizards known as the Blood of the Fold threaten his home, Richard must use his powers to stop them.
Along the way, he learns about himself and his place in the world.