Daughter of the Empire by Raymond E. Feist(52 ratings)
|Author||Raymond E. Feist|
|Title||Daughter of the Empire|
|Series||Riftwar - Kelewan (with Janny Wurtz)|
|Submitted by Anonymous |
I\'ll admit, I really love this book, along with the other two in the series. Surprisingly enough, although the characters and plot are fantastic, and the description superb,it is the politics in this I enjoy the most. Not one to get into that sort of thing normally, the first time I read this book I found myself delighted by the complex structure of the great game of the council. It is the single most detailed and intricate political system I have seen in any novel, before or since.
|Submitted by Daniel Colton |
As a teenager I loved this story. The lore is fascinating.
|Submitted by Joshua Lyndon |
This magnificent series opener brings together two of the great living authors of epic fantasy. Drawing from the glimpses of Tsuranuanni in Feist's Riftwar series and incorporating Wurts genius for intricate plots and culture, this book follows the rise and rise of Mara, daughter of Sezu, Lord of the Acoma.
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