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Krondor by Raymond E. Feist
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Oct 04, 09

it was ok
bookshelves: midkemia-kelewan, i-have, novel, high-fantasy
Read in October, 2006

The videogame element is at its most obvious in the final book. Things get ridiculously dangerous for the main characters, even more so than the already high levels of danger in the earlier 2 books. Just this book alone see Jimmy facing off mercenaries, spies, demons, vampires, and other forms of evil incarnate all in the span of 2 weeks. In a story, that'd be unrealistic - in a game, yes, it's normal. The good thing is that Feist added a bunch of new characters to the story, providing some much needed character development and some hint of the style that produced the excellent Riftwar Saga. This book, in fact, the trilogy, is nothing more than for light reading. Don't take it too seriously in the history of things on Midkemia - remember the gist, not the details, and it'll fit right in.

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