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The master fantasist’s thrilling conclusion to The Darkwar Saga

To save the future of both empires, the powerful sorcerer Pug and the Conclave of Shadows have journeyed into the darkest of terrain: the Dasati home world. There, traveling undercover among the bloodthirsty and ruthless Dasati, they have encountered Bek, a disturbing young stranger whose secrets may prove more important than Pug knows. And back in the realm of Midkemia, as the young warriors Tad, Zane, and their friends protect the Kingdom from raiders, Miranda finds herself a prisoner of the Dasati, and, even more ominously, of Pug’s nemesis, the evil sorcerer Leso Varen. And Pug finds himself allied with a friend thought long dead, a friend whose remarkable powers will be sorely needed in the battle to come...a battle that will bring them all together in one great struggle for the future and very soul of Midkemia.

©2009 Raymond E. Feist (P)2020 HarperAudio

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Where Feist books begin to decline in quality

Story begins to contradict itself. Among the most glaring is being told Kasper has never met an elf when he went to Elvendar in the previous trilogy and Miranda knowing about Pug's messages from the future.

Jim Dasher story line is a lazy attempt to resurrect Jimmy the Hand. Feist's books begin to take a sharp decline from this point until Magicians End. Contradictions and characters being in two places at once become more and more glaring. Poor writing and editing.

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Peter Joyce is a Joke

How did this narrator get so far with this series? His mis pronouncement of names and words makes me want to delete the audio book completely. If it wasn't for the great story line I would have quit listening after the first book he did by Feist.

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Bravo!!

Great listen - I have not been disappointed by any book I have read or listened to by Feist.