Crazy Cat Lady
Really? What did you hate about it? I'll never read it, so go ahead feel free to go spoiler crazy, just make sure to add a spoiler warning.
In no particular order:
*repetitiveness (one major plot device relating to some boxes is used twice in the series, plus the whole thing about the witch telling Richard and Kahlan not to have kids)
*treating the readers like they're stupid (every single book contains the story of how Richard and Kahlan met)
*preachiness (Goodkind is an Any Rand-style libertarian and he repeats this philosophy pretty much in every book)
*direct copying of The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand (whatever the book was with the statue on front, they all run together)
*the villains doing stupid stuff like making all red fruits poison and not letting people use fire...just BECAUSE
*the villains being so evil and one dimensional they rape little boys and torture women and make women torture/kill their families and __(you name it and insert it here)__
*racism (all the nonwhite native peoples are horribly primitive and eat human flesh and junk like that)
*the evil chicken (yes, really)
*unrealistic stuff (armies of MILLIONS in a society with the standard fantasy technology level)
*names don't match up...you've got RICHARD, ANNE, and NATHAN along with ZEDD, DARKEN RAHL, and JAGANG
*anti-religion stance (I'm not religious, so I don't necessarily mind when a book takes an anti-religion stance...but here it's very childish and underdeveloped and basically is like "churches are bad because I said so" -- especially true in book 11, which most people probably don't get to)
I have more to say but I need to get going. And I think you get the point. Take everything that's bad about fantasy and throw it into one pot. Substitute "woods guide" for "farm boy" in "farm boy with a sword," too...