Magician: Apprentice

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Random House Publishing Group, Dec 1, 1985 - Midkemia (Imaginary place) - 336 pages
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... but good writing is good writing. - Goodreads
The writing is by no means exceptional. - Goodreads
excellent magic interwoven with a good and evil plot - Goodreads
It's entertaining and easy to read. - Goodreads
I hope the story telling resumes a more logical path. - Goodreads
Action speeds faster than character development. - Goodreads

Review: Magician: Apprentice (The Riftwar Saga #1)

User Review  - Seth Jones - Goodreads

This and its sequal, Magician: Master succeed in being a standard Tolkienesque fantasy with some Universe-hopping sci-fi elements. Nothing special, but it's an entertaining read. Read full review

Review: Magician: Apprentice (The Riftwar Saga #1)

User Review  - Przemysław - Goodreads

I' m disappointed. Its well knowed for fantasy fans and everybody should read it. But for me it was rather more obligation than a pleasure. All characters were so plastic and boring. And Moria-like, Galadriela-like etc... There's more emotions in Conan stories than in this book... Pity Read full review

Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
17
Section 3
34
Copyright

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About the author (1985)

Fantasy writer Raymond E. Feist was born in Southern California. He received a B.A. in Communication Arts with honors from the University of California at San Diego in 1977. His first novel, Magician, published in 1982 is the first book of The Riftwar Saga. His other series include The Serpentwar Saga, The Empire Trilogy, The Riftwar Legacy, Krondor's Sons, Legends of the Riftwar, Conclave of Shadows, Darkwar Saga, Chaoswar Saga and Demonwar Saga. Feist's work appears regularly on the bestseller lists of The New York Times and The Times of London. He has also worked with Sierra Studios and PyroTechnix to produce a role-playing game.

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