Krondor, The Betrayal by Raymond E. Feist(22 ratings)
|Author||Raymond E. Feist|
|Title||Krondor, The Betrayal|
|Series||Legacy of the Riftwar|
|Submitted by Katie |
Although I was sceptical at first, I greatly enjoyed the Riftwar Saga, enjoyed even more the SerpentWar Saga, and was happy with the Daughter of the Empire books.
|Submitted by Richard Atwood |
How can you people be so harsh!? Each one of Mr. Fiest's Books are indescribably incredible especially this one. I'm sick of hearing that the events that take place in his novels are unbelievable and far fetched... I think it's because his books are categorized as FANTASY. Anyway I would give this book and infinite amount of marks if the option were available. It's worth the time to look into all of his literature.
|Submitted by Dermot, Ireland |
Searching for an original and intriguing author I was directed to Ray Feist by a mutual acquaintance. Having played the game I chose to buy Krondor the Betrayal. Unfortunately I was dissappointed. Although this title is quite pacy, genuinely funny in many places, and having a breathtaking scope in terms of the complexity of the worlds and concepts he uses, I found Krondor really quite superficial, and worse than that, repetitive. Feist's characters often use the same devices to escape from particular situations, his descriptions of combat are unbelievable and unrealistic, and his larger battle scenes don't really engage the reader.
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