King of Ashes: Book One of the Firemane Saga

Raymond E. Feist (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$29.99  $27.59
Publisher
Harper Voyager
Publish Date
May 08, 2018
Pages
512
Dimensions
6.5 X 9.2 X 1.7 inches | 1.4 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780061468452

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About the Author

Raymond E. Feist is the author of more than thirty previous books, including the internationally bestselling "Riftwar Cycle" of novels set in his signature world of Midkemia, as well as a standalone novel, Faerie Tale. The Firemane Saga is his first all-new epic fantasy series. He lives in San Diego, California.

Reviews

"Feist (Magician's End, 2013) is back on top of his game in this series. . . .A delightful fantasy novel, full of simple magic, fighting, political intrigue, and religious strife."--Booklist (starred review)
Praise for A Crown Imperiled "Feist constantly amazes with his ability to create great casts of characters."--SF Site
"Sheer readability."--San Francisco Chronicle
"Fast action, appealing characters, and a splendid setting will delight readers of fantasy and leave them eager for the next battle."--Kirkus Reviews
"The riveting conclusion to the Chaoswar Saga and the Riftwar Cycle is satisfying in every way...In Magician's End, [Feist] has masterfully brought the entire epic in a full circle."--Booklist (starred review) on MAGICIAN'S END
"With his storytelling mastery and ear for colorful language and nuance, the author of numerous books set in the dual worlds of Midkemia and Kelewan here launches a series that takes his fantasy universe into a whole new phase. "--Library Journal on A CROWN IMPERILED
"Feist has a command of language and a natural talent for keeping the reader turning pages."--Chicago Sun-Times on A KINGDOM BESIEGED
"Feist succeeds in finding warmth and meaning in the smaller moments . . . [and] shines when he focuses on the human element, which feels more necessary than ever."--RT Book Reviews