The third novel in the beset-selling Sepentwar series.The ultimate darkness approaches.…
As the Emerald Queen's shadow lengthens once more across the land of the Midkemia, her forces stand ready to launch a devastating invasion. But come the battle's dawn, the magician Pug, and his life-long friend Tomas, will discover that something far worse than the Queen's sorcery is afoot. Swords, bows, wits, and courage will no longer be enough to defeat the descending plague.
A foul and terrible thing has escaped a devoured world to feed on one consumed by chaos; an insatiable nightmare creature which seeks to own and corrupt the source of life itself. When the final conflict is joined, reptile will stand against man and magician against demon; and those who battle for good must be victorious…or all is doomed.
Rage of a Demon King, is the third book in the Serpentwar Saga. The fourth and concluding book in the quartet is Shards of a Broken Crown.
©2014 Raymond E. Feist (P)2014 HarperCollins Publishers Limited
I enjoyed the story. The characters are well rounded but you must read the previous books to truly understand the plot. Even though there is alot of war strategy it is not over whelming or tedious but constant with the need of the story. All in all a good continuation of a sequel from a brilliant start "Magication".
"What a great listen"
Another epic tale from the master! Particularly enjoyed this one, it got emotional. Straight onto the next one....
"Great book, terrible narrater."
An amazingly written book is ruined yet again by Peter Joyce. He 'assigns' an accent to a character then forgets it 2 chapters later. His perplexing pronunciation is honestly the most annoying thing though..
Classic Feist, really enjoyed listening to this. Sorry when it ended! Really like the narrator, some books are ruined by poor narrator but this isn't one of them.
Keep them coming Raymond. Can't get enough of the characters, the locations or the stories.
The rift war saga is on par with the dark tower series for its depth and detailed descriptive stories. The characters are great as is the dead pan humour
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