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User Review  - Shirezu - LibraryThing

So here we are at the penultimate entry in the epic Riftwar saga. I'm glad to see Feist is continuing his return to form with this book being strong from start to finish. Everything is finally ... Read full review

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Couldn't put it down!
Amazing. You need to have read all of his books in order to appreciate it. I can tell many people know nothing of Midkemia,

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Epic! Well worth the dosh!
I don't know how anyone can not think this entire series anything other than the next Tolkein, the next Lord of The Rings! Its modern fantasy at its best! Get it now!

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Brilliant!
Loved it as always, I don't read as often as I once did yet these stories always suck me in and I struggle to stop reading, it's now been 19 years since I first read Magician and Midkemia is still my favorite world

Review: A Crown Imperiled (The Chaoswar Saga #2)

User Review  - Colin - Goodreads

Whilst I've enjoyed the last few of Feist's books, they have been slightly underwhelming. More comforting that exciting. A Crown Imperilled (and its predecessor A Kingdom Besieged to a slightly lesser ... Read full review

Review: A Crown Imperiled (The Chaoswar Saga #2)

User Review  - Clay - Goodreads

I've been with Raymond Feist and the world of Midkemia almost the whole ride since 1982, and with the publication of “A Crown Imperiled” (Harper Voyager, $27.99, 469 pages), he is one book removed ... Read full review

Review: A Crown Imperiled (The Chaoswar Saga #2)

User Review  - Danail Yovev - Goodreads

Amazing beginning, amazing end, but in the middle... not so epic. Arkam is a lovely character! Read full review

Review: A Crown Imperiled (The Chaoswar Saga #2)

User Review  - Bob Milne - Goodreads

With this, the second volume of The Chaoswar Saga and the second-to-last volume of the entire Riftwar Cycle, Raymond E. Feist doesn't necessarily advance the story, but instead elaborates on the ... Read full review

Review: A Crown Imperiled (The Chaoswar Saga #2)

User Review  - Joe Aguiar - Goodreads

A Crown Imperiled continues the final Riftwar series with the invasion of the Kingdom by The Empire Of Kesh in full swing... or is it, while other forces align whose intentions are yet known. Our ... Read full review

Review: A Crown Imperiled (The Chaoswar Saga #2)

User Review  - Jason Kahn - Goodreads

I had read a lot of negative comments about this book, mainly regarding editing errors and typo's, which is why I waited until it was available on kindle for a cheaper price. Having read it, I can ... Read full review


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