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Summary

Onetime lieutenant of the evil Emperor Jagang, known as 'Death's Mistress' and the 'Slave Queen', the deadly Nicci captured Richard Rahl in order to convince him that the Imperial Order stood for the greater good. But it was Richard who converted Nicci instead, and for years thereafter she served Richard and Kahlan as one of their most lethal defenders.

Now Nicci has set out on her own for new adventures. Her first job being to keep the unworldly prophet Nathan out of trouble....

©2017 Terry Goodkind (P)2017 Brilliance Audio

Critic reviews

"Wonderfully creative, seamless, and stirring." ( Kirkus Reviews on Wizard's First Rule)
"Everything one could ask for in an epic fantasy." ( Publisher's Weekly on Warheart.)

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Packs in a lot of action

What did you like best about Death's Mistress? What did you like least?

There is a lot of action, but not much new information on Nicci or Nathan's background.

Would you be willing to try another one of Christina Traister’s performances?

No, the voices were flat.

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Replace narrator

What would have made Death's Mistress better?

A Narrator that knew at least some of the context, previously used pronunciations and was able to read the words correctly and not the words they thought they saw.

Who might you have cast as narrator instead of Christina Traister?

I'll give anyone else a try

Any additional comments?

For the first time in a long time I'm going to have to read a book as the early narration destroyed this for me

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excellent book

Terry Goodkind is a master. another fantastic book. I really enjoyed listening to Nici' s and Nathan's story.

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The most annoying narrator ever in the whole series!

First of all all books so far by told by a male narrator and now this one is narrated by a female who has no clue how to pronounce names like Jagang, Sulachan and mane others. At least she didn’t called Kahlan, KALÁN like once someone read her name in the previous series. I wonder why narrators do not do research of what has been done previously, those could have been easily avoidable mistakes.

Regarding the story I will give an update once I finish the book if that is this narrator lady does not drive me crazy.

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great

i loved this book. but were is the next book audible. please ? . . .

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good carry on

loved it can't wait for the next one when do you think it will be out

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One of Terry's better books

Having ready the entire SoT series and the follow-ups, Terry is back on form with this book. My curiosity is piqued for more of this series.