Shards of a Broken Crown (Serpentwar Saga Series #4)

Shards of a Broken Crown (Serpentwar Saga Series #4)

by Raymond E. Feist
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Shards of a Broken Crown (Serpentwar Saga Series #4) by Raymond E. Feist

“Undeniably riveting.”

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The terrible Emerald Queen is vanquished…but the war in Midkemia is not yet won, as the remarkable Raymond E. Feist concludes his magnificent Serpentwar Saga with Shards of a Broken Crown—a spellbinding tale of magic, conflict, and treachery that sees the rise of a new threat from the ashes of defeat, an evil poised to strike mercilessly at realm triumphant but weakened by war. This is epic fantasy adventure at its finest—a classic that stands tall alongside the best works of Terry Goodkind, George R. R. Martin, Terry Brooks and other acclaimed fantasists. Feist once again works his breathtaking magic in Shards of a Broken Crown, and, as always, he “brings a new world alive” (Portland Oregonian).

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780380789832
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 12/28/2010
Series: Serpentwar Saga Series , #4
Edition description: Reissue
Pages: 528
Sales rank: 218,824
Product dimensions: 4.18(w) x 6.75(h) x 1.05(d)

About the Author

Raymond E. Feist is the multiple New York Times bestselling author or coauthor of thirty previous books—all but one of which are Riftwar Cycle novels. He lives in San Diego.

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Shards of a Broken Crown (Serpentwar Saga Series #4) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 55 reviews.
Drijien More than 1 year ago
This is by far the worst of the series containing pointless deaths of major characters with no logical reason. Even good writers have their bad days and by all accounts, read if you must however, this should have been a trilogy with the way this book progresses. I thoroughly enjoyed the first three books even if a few of the deaths of main characters were overboard but the writer takes character deaths to a senseless level in this book. The story line is mediocre at best with timelines running contrary to logic and more to the convenience of the writers attempt to make things exciting. Only in his attempt to do this he ruined the story line. My only conclusion is that he did not wish to write a fourth book but had to tie up a large number of loose ends and only succeeded in writing a poor book.
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