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Krondor: Tear of the Gods (Riftwar Legacy Series #3)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2006

    Phenomenal

    You know, I really have a bone to pick with Feist. Unfortunately, ever since I have been reading his books, I have been getting to work late, since I can't stop reading it the night before. All of his books draw you in, so that you absolutely cannot wait to get to the next part, not because it might be unexpected, but simply because you care what happens to the characters.

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  • Posted December 30, 2009

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    I Also Recommend:

    Krondor: Tear of the Gods, the Riftwar Legacy series, Book 3

    Coming soon.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 1, 2006

    Probably Feist's best. I loved it.

    When I played this game a long time ago, which during the time, was splendid, I had a strange awe to the storyline that was presented in the game. So about two years after playing the game, I happen to have come across the book! I had no prior knowledge of the books existence, but I didn't care. I had to buy the book and see for myself of it's quality. I did, and I have no regrets. The characters Feist presents in this book are similar to the ones in the game. They basically said everything out of the game, and did everything out of the game. The book was of a spectacular quality, rarely seen in fantasy book today. If you want to buy this book, I highly recommend it. Go to your local Barnes and Noble bookstore and I guarantee they'll have it. Me being a person who is extremely sensitive of what I read, I can't get this book out of my mind. I read it over six times, and probably will continue to read it. I hope my books will be this good.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 8, 2006

    Splendid! Marvelous! (Did I mention its a page-turner?)

    Krondor: Tear of the Gods is a GREAT book diverging from another good series called the Riftwar Series. After buying the game some six years ago, the characters were quite vividly announced from the game to the book with minimal differences. James is a captivating character, though from a later series of Fiest's world of Midkemia, he happens to be my favorite save that he character was drawn accordingly and conceivably. No other character matches his! I know some people say this book isn't as good as the Riftwar series, but I've found that this novel holds a certain awe in it (if you care to notice). It's fantasy, it's magical, it's mysterious, it's addictive and it's just a great book for fantasy fans. From Magician to this, the world of Midkemia broadened along with the plots and series of events. I had priorly read Magician, though a good backbone for the whole Midkemian world, I would gladly set that aside and pull out the old Tear of the Gods that won me over to Fiest's fantasy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2001

    Back in form

    'Betrayal' was a let down. 'Assassins' was pretty good. 'Tear of the Gods' is excellent, bringing us back to Feist's normally great writing. I'm glad to see the improvment, and I can't wait for his next novel.

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