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Preview — Rage of a Demon King by Raymond E. Feist
Rage of a Demon King (The Serpentwar Saga #3)
—Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel
The Serpentwar rages on! In Rage of a Demon King—the spellbinding third installment in Raymond E. Feist’s masterful epic fantasy, The Serpentwar Saga—the imperiled realm of Midkemia confronts its most devastating horror, as a nightmare beyond imagining descends upon the war-torn land determined to devour and destr ...more
Sometimes I have seen where people say that Feist's series starts losing some steam around this point, but this was an action packed climax for the Serpentwar Saga. And, I say climax as it was so intense, but ther ...more
War has come to Midkemia. The Demon Queen's hordes have landed and the plans for the defence of the kingdom move swiftly. But Pug the magician and his friends begin to realise that something doesn't quite add up. Why is the Demon Queen so intent on reaching the fabled Sethanon? A sinister presence lurks behind her beautiful face. And while they struggle with the big picture, Eric struggles with falling i ...more
The first part of th ...more
A loyal soldier and a wealthy merchant have served bravely in the flames of an enduring war that is ravaging their land. But swords, bows, wits and courage will no longer be enough to defeat the scourge that is descending upon their home. For a foul and terrible thing has escaped from a world already devoured to feed on one consumed by chaos—an insatiable nightmare creature of dark and murderous nature which seeks to own and corrupt the very source of life itself
The final conflict is joined, pit...more
One of the best things about this book is the epic battles. Every description and tact ...more
Eric became a Captain, and helped evacuate Krondor before the enemy arrived, then fought them all the way back to Darkmoore. Roo didn't reall ...more
I was going to leave my review at that, but decided that was probably poor form. I cried a lot when reading this book and I'm still not entirely over it.
War has come to Midkemia once again. The armies of Novindus and the Emerald Queen have reached the shores of the Kingdom of the Isles, and not everyone will get out of this war alive.
Erik and Roo return as our central protagonists, fighting the war and keeping his family alive respectively. Pug and Tomas are at ...more
The only storyline that had me perplexed was the demon and Gods and the part of the story that followed Pug, Miranda, Thomas and Calis and Nakor toward the end of the book. It delt with them trying to close/find rifts into ot ...more
Feist does the world of fantasy and intrigue so well, it being a rough, tough and gritty world that doesn't skip over the nastier and uglier bits of humanity. It was really nice to see M ...more
The book ended with the Kingdom and it's heroes in a pretty desperate situation. It'll be interesting to see how, or IF, th ...more
I most certainly enjoyed this book and do not know why I stopped at this book a couple decades ago when I originally read this series. I am not making that same mistake again and plan on reading the next and fin ...more
Shadow of a Dark Queen
Rise of a Merchant Prince
Rage of a Demon King
Shards of a Broken Crown
In this book you get a lot of dying of the oldest charaters like jimmy the hand so this book brings a lot of New faces but sincerely i dont know what is going to happens next and i hope Feist does not do another book like the mistress of the empi ...more
With different characters that are very real, and plots that seem to weave one big grand plot since his first book, this book is a pleasure to read. (Can't say the same for some of his books though)
Give his books a try though, starting with Magician. You won't regret it...