The Riftwar Saga by Raymond E. Feist - Goodreads

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After GRRM, I went on to read Raymond E Feist’s first Riftwars Saga, . I approached this one with trepidation, more so than with George, because I was well aware that it was published in the same year I was born, so I wasn’t sure if that would make it harder and denser to get through. I was pretty surprised that I really enjoyed it, and while I haven’t moved any further along in the series, I definitely will at some point.
After nearly thirty years and more than two dozen novels, Raymond E. Feist's Riftwar Cycle has become one of the most iconic, beloved, and …
Thirty years ago it began with Magician and rather fittingly concludes with Magician’s End. Did you ever imagine the Riftwar Cycle would be so successful and span so many books? Legends of the RiftwarAnd so the Riftwar begins...Magician is the first book in Raymond E. Feist’s acclaimed Riftwar Saga. The trilogy continues with book two, Silverthorn.
In the fantasy novels of Feist, a Riftwar is war between two worlds that are connected by some sort of dimensionless gap (rift). In Feist's invented history there are several riftwars. The first Riftwar between and is described in the trilogy . This Saga is a continuation of Feist's preceding works and so far suggests an upcoming, fourth riftwar. Raymond E. Feist has confirmed that there are five Riftwars in total. The Darkwar will be followed by the Demonwar and Chaoswar.Honoured Enemy is written to coincide with the events in Feist's Riftwar Saga acting as a sidebar to the main action from the saga. It focuses on a group of elite soldiers trapped behind enemy lines, forced to ally with one, honourable, enemy to defeat a dishonourable enemy. The novel was explicitly written to have resonances with 's '' novels.In the fantasy novels of Feist, a Riftwar is war between two worlds that are connected by some sort of dimensionless gap (rift). In Feist's invented history there are several riftwars. The first Riftwar between and is described in the trilogy . This Saga is a continuation of Feist's preceding works and so far suggests an upcoming, fourth and fifth (final) riftwar. Raymond E. Feist has confirmed that there are five Riftwars in total.Fittingly, after twenty-nine books (authored and coauthored),Feist marks the thirtieth anniversary of the start of it all with , the final chapter of the Chaoswar Saga and the climax of his RiftwarCycle. Omnivoracious caught up with Feist to ask him about his career and hisbooks.Murder in LaMut is the second book in Legends of the Riftwar series. It details the story of Durine, Kethol and Pirojil, three mercenaries who have spent the past twenty five years fighting Tsurani, the Bugs and Goblins. Now having spent a few months on garrison duty, their journey to LaMut should be simple and completely straightforward. The story is set in the world of Midkemia.- When playing riftwars and a player got a skin for Klanx and someone else gets Lackey skill, it will apply the skin properly BUT if that player now picks up illusions, the normal skin is applied on Lackey.Thirty years ago, Feist's first novel, Magician, introduced us to an orphan boy named Pug, who rises from slavery to become a Master Magician, and to Midkemia and the Riftwar, an epic series of battles between Good and Evil that have scarred Pug's world for generations.General: fountains aren't supposed to attack at all (both Legion & Hellbourne base fountains). This is intended to prevent unnecessary prolonging of Riftwars games.