Magician, Apprentice

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Bantam Books, 1986 - Fantasy - 323 pages
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To the forest on the shore of the Kingdom of the Isles, the orphan called Pug came to study with the master magician Kulgan. But though his courage won him a place at court and the heart of a lovely Princess, he was ill at ease with the normal ways of wizardry. Yet Pug's strange sort of magic would one day change forever the fates of two worlds. For dark beings from another world had opened a rift in the fabric of spacetime to begin again the age-old battle between the forces of Order and Chaos.

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Re-read in December 2014. This was still a really fun read that held up to the 20+ years since the last time I read it. Moving on to others in this series to start 2015. Read full review

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I got this book from a reddit secret santa. I’ve been kinda staying away from high fantasy, but I gave this a shot. It reminded me why I used to love reading high fantasy. Yes, it takes itself very ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
3
Section 2
17
Section 3
34
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About the author (1986)

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, Demonwar Saga, and The Firemane 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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