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Raphy Nov 5 2011 03:22 PM

Raymond E Feist
Has anyone ever read any of his books? Hes known mostly for the The Riftwar saga which I have read all of. I've also read The Empire Trilogy which I devoured almost as eagerly as my beloved Pern books. For fantasy fans I definatly recommend them.

Here's a list of his books:

The Riftwar Saga:
Magician (1982)
Silverthorn (1985)
A Darkness at Sethanon (1986)

The Empire Trilogy:
Daughter of the Empire (1987) with Janny Wurts
Servant of the Empire (1990) with Janny Wurts
Mistress of the Empire (1992) with Janny Wurts

Krondor's Sons:
Prince of the Blood (1989)
The King's Buccaneer (1992)

The Serpentwar Saga:
Shadow of a Dark Queen (1994)
Rise of a Merchant Prince (1995)
Rage of a Demon King (1997)
Shards of a Broken Crown (1998)

The Riftwar Legacy:
Krondor: The Betrayal (1998)
Krondor: The Assassins (1999)
Krondor: Tear of the Gods (2000)

Legends of the Riftwar:
Honoured Enemy (2001) with William R. Forstchen
Murder in LaMut (2002) with Joel Rosenberg
Jimmy the Hand (2003) with S. M. Stirling

Conclave of Shadows:
Talon of the Silver Hawk (2002)
King of Foxes (2003)
Exile's Return (2004)

Darkwar Saga:
Flight of the Nighthawks (2005)
Into a Dark Realm (2006)
Wrath of a Mad God (2008)

The Demonwar saga:
Rides a Dread Legion (2009)
At the Gates of Darkness (2010)

The Chaoswar Saga:
A Kingdom Besieged (March 2011)
A Crown Imperiled (UK: 27th February 2012, US: 15th March, 2012)
Magician's End (TBA) No announced release date, Not yet published


Brenda Nov 5 2011 05:17 PM

Re: Raymond E Feist
Are these all part of one series or does each trilogy or whatever stand alone?

Kath Nov 5 2011 05:39 PM

Re: Raymond E Feist
I've read Riftwar, Serpentwar and Empire - each group does stand alone, at least as far as those ones go. The early books are certainly worth reading, and the Empire trilogy was the set I gave away last when I finally purged my bookshelves. Read them in publication order, and stop when you've had enough - the early ones are classics, but they do head into Extruded Fantasy Product territory after a while. Sure, some people develop a taste for gourmet spreadable cheddar... but there are better books out there.

Raphy Nov 5 2011 06:23 PM

Re: Raymond E Feist
So far I've read them in order too. It is nice to found the characters you grew to know in one series pop up in the next but I still have a long way to go.

Kater May 26 2013 02:11 PM

Re: Raymond E Feist
I read the Empire Trilogy (with Janny Wurts) and absolutely LOVED it!! It is as dog eared as some of my Pern books!! I haven't read any of the others but maybe some day!!

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