KINDLE ❆ Silverthorn (The Riftwar Saga, #3) Author Raymond E. Feist – Furosemidelasix.info

Silverthorn (The Riftwar Saga, #3) A Poisoned Bolt Has Struck Down The Princess Anita On The Day Of Her Wedding To Prince Arutha Of KrondorTo Save His Beloved, Arutha Sets Out In Search Of The Mystic Herb Called Silverthorn That Only Grows In The Dark And Forbidding Land Of The SpellweaversAccompanied By A Mercenary, A Minstrel, And A Clever Young Thief, He Will Confront An Ancient Evil And Do Battle With The Dark Powers That Threaten The Enchanted Realm Of Midkemia


About the Author: Raymond E. Feist

Raymond E Feist was born Raymond E Gonzales III, but took his adoptive step father s surname when his mother remarried Felix E Feist He graduated with a B.A in Communication Arts with Honors in 1977 from the University of California at San Diego During that year Feist had some ideas for a novel about a boy who would be a magician He wrote the novel two years later, and it was published in 1 Raymond E Feist was born Raymond E Gonzales III, but took his adoptive step father s surname when his mother remarried Felix E Feist He graduated with a B.A in Communication Arts with Honors in 1977 from the University of California at San Diego During that year Feist had some ideas for a novel about a boy who would be a magician He wrote the novel two years later, and it was published in 1982 by Doubleday Feist currently lives in San Diego with his children, where he collects fine wine, DVDs, and books on a variety of topics of personal interest wine, biographies, history, and, especially, the history of American Professional Football



10 thoughts on “Silverthorn (The Riftwar Saga, #3)

  1. says:

    I loved this book soooooooo much I loved the story of Jimmy and Arutha in the beginning Well, all through the book but it tellsabout them in the beginning I love Jimmy so much He s so good I mean he s a thief and all but still he soon becomes someone important in Arutha s crew Lyam is the King and Arutha and Martin are his brothers This is about Arutha for the most part though I love Martin too but I digress Anyway, someone or thing


  2. says:

    4.25 Loved it Old school all the way and loving it


  3. says:

    I loved this book I find this book quite intrigued as Magician but I think Magician is better than this book My favourite character are Jimmy the Hand, Arutha, Pug, Martin and Tomas.


  4. says:

    The next step in the Riftwar series If you enjoyed Magician, continue the adventure here with a quest led by Arutha my autocorrect does not like Arutha If you have not read Magician Apprentice and Magician Master, stop, slowly step away from this review, and then quickly get those and start reading As you may have seen, I challenged my fantasy loving friends to read this series If you made it this far, you re welcone


  5. says:

    This is the one and only book of this series which my public library possesses Go figure Why have only the 3rd volume of a 4 volume series Another one of the mysteries of library acquisition.I found this the most engaging book of the series that I ve read, perhaps because it deals less with Pug Tomas andwith Prince Arutha and his new squire, Jimmy the Hand There is a certain amount of comedy to be devised by making a thief into a squire and his shenanigans lighten


  6. says:

    I found this book quite different to Magician It spanned a far shorter period of time and concentrated on a smaller band of characters I adore Jimmy the Hand and really enjoyed his role in the story He made me laugh a lot The story was fun and well paced and kept my interest all the way through.I took issue with the fact that the goodreads description gave away plot points that were only revealed one and two thirds of the way into the book, respectively I m not a fan of sp


  7. says:

    I was introduced to high fantasy, way back, by three very notable works The Lord of the Rings, The Earthsea Quartet and, of course, Magician The latter was such a complete work that I abstained from reading the sequels In hindsight, it was rather odd and out of character for me, since I really enjoyed Raymond E Feist s writing and rank Magician as one of the finest works I ve ever read So, Silverthorn This is the immediate sequel to Magician, and a finely crafted novel indeed I sh


  8. says:

    view spoiler With the closing of the rift at the end of Magician, hide spoiler I wondered where Raymond Feist would take me inSilverthorn , the next novel in the Riftwar Saga series The three brothers Arutha, Lyam and Martin spent a year touring the Kingdom and returned to Krondor to plan Arutha and Anita s wedding Jimmy the Hand, a young full of himself thief and rising star in the Mockers, foiled an assassination attempt upon Prince Arutha Because Jimmy aided both Anita and Arutha i vie


  9. says:

    An excellent book in the series, although like the first two which were originally one book then published in the US as 2 paperbacks this book reads as half of one There is far too much left hanging, so plan on having A Darkness at Sethanon at hand when you finish.The main characters shift a new star is introduced, but story is better for it, IMO The heroes of the previous books are around, but they re wrapped up in other matters This allows the world to expand in abelieva An excellent book in th


  10. says:

    A very interesting follow on from the first book with a lotdrama and a lot less world setting which is cool but also slightly bafflingSuch a different style of book though, very odd I like it in it s own right but it s a very weird continuation


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