The Scribbly Man (Hardcover)
The Children of D'Hara, Episode 1
Head of Zeus, 9781789541182, 192pp.
Publication Date: April 4, 2019
List Price: 13.95*
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From the internationally bestselling author of the Sword of Truth series comes a new Richard and Kahlan novella. "They are the monsters under the bed when you are little, the shape just caught out of the corner of your eye when you thought you were alone, the shadow of something in a dark corner that surprises you and then isn't there. They stop you dead with a knot of unexpected terror in the pit of your stomach. We have all seen fleeting glimpses of them. Never long enough to see them as I saw them, but it was them. I recognized it the instant I saw it. We've all seen flashes of them, the dark shadow just out of sight. They could briefly terrify us before but never hurt us because they came from so far distant. They were never able to fully materialize in our world so we saw only transient glimpses of them, the shape of them if the light was just right, if the shadows were deep enough . . . if you were afraid enough. I think that the star shift has brought us closer to their realm so that they now have the power to step into our world and hurt us." —Kahlan Amnell
About the Author
Terry Goodkind is a #1 New York Times-bestselling author. His Sword of Truth series has sold over 20 million copies, and was adapted into the television show Legend of the Seeker. He writes thrillers as well as epic fantasy and lives in Henderson, Nevada.
Praise For The Scribbly Man: The Children of D'Hara, Episode 1…
“The Sword of Truth series was my masterwork. Yet, life for these characters goes on after the conclusion of that series. For years readers have been asking about Richard and Kahlan having kids. This is that story. The Children of D’Hara picks up within days of where Sword of Truth ended with WARHEART and continues the story of Richard and Kahlan and their children.” —Terry Goodkind
"Each volume of the Sword of Truth proves more difficult to review than the last. There are only so many ways of heaping praise on a series that gets better and better." —SFX