Talon of the Silver Hawk

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Harper Collins, Mar 17, 2009 - Fiction - 400 pages
98 Reviews

Evil has come to a distant land high among the snow-capped mountains of Midkemia, as anexterminating army wearing the colors of theDuke of Olasko razes village after village, slaughtering men, women, and children without mercy. And when the carnage is done, only one survivor remains: a young boy named Kieli. A youth no longer, there is now but one road for him to travel: the path of vengeance. And he willnot be alone. Under the tutelage of the rescuerswho discovered him, Kieli will be molded into a sure and pitiless weapon. And he will accept the destiny that has been chosen for him ... asTalon of the Silver Hawk.

But the prey he so earnestly stalks is hunting himas well. And Talon must swear allegiance toa shadowy cause that already binds his mysterious benefactors -- or his mission, his honor,and his life will be lost forever.

 

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Again, Feist has done a brilliant intro to a series. - Goodreads
It is and easy ready with a fairly good pace. - Goodreads
Not even exciting character development. - Goodreads
Enjoyed the characters and the plot. - Goodreads
Ending might have been better though. - Goodreads
The action scenes were quite good. - Goodreads

Review: Talon of the Silver Hawk (Conclave of Shadows #1)

User Review  - Jsrott - Goodreads

Back to Feist doing what he does best- writing a good yarn in the world he built. Granted, it's the classic revenge tale where the Hero's family is slaughtered by the Bad Guys and Hero gets trained by ... Read full review

Review: Talon of the Silver Hawk (Conclave of Shadows #1)

User Review  - Billy - Goodreads

Storyline has no resemblance at all to that of The Last of the Mohicans, but maybe a little inspiration given. A delightful story that sees a young man seeking revenge for the obliteration of his race. Read full review

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Contents

Orphan
1
Passage
3
Kendricks
23
Servant
40
Games
61
Journey
83
Latagore
100
Education
118
Recovery
221
Mercenary
239
Masters Court
241
Mystery
260
Tournament
277
Target
296
Choices
315
Defense
330

Magic
136
Confusion
153
Decision
173
Purpose
187
Love
205
Battle
345
Hunt
357
Epilogue
375
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About the author (2009)

Raymond E. Feist is the multiple New York Times bestselling author or coauthor of thirty previous books—all but one of which are Riftwar Cycle novels. He lives in San Diego.

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