Magician by Raymond E. Feist

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AuthorRaymond E. Feist
SeriesRiftwar Saga
Book Reviews / Comments (submitted by readers)
Submitted by Ben 
(Apr 27, 2010)

This is one of the best books ever written. It has it all. It has truly indepth characters who grow up throughout the book. There are brilliant moments of action, comraderie, emotion and suspense. There is epic struggle as good fights evil on every level. Highly recommended. His other books are ok too.

Submitted by anthony booth- young 
(Nov 23, 2009)

This book is great if you are into magic or older forms of war it is very descriptive and can sometimes show excellent emotion to add to the great story of pug and his friend tomas pug becomes a magicians apprentice and learns the art of magic however he has something wrong with his magic mind.
Tomas seems to be an ordinary child who wants to be a ordinary swordsman until he gets lost and a dragon helps him and he lator gets away but with a special gift he soon discovers that this is no ordinary armor, this is a special armory from old times that has special magic and creates him into a war loving but helpful warrior.
This war is about an alien force called the tsuranni who come over to get supplies so they can survive in there homeland.
pug is lator captured and becomes a slave however he soon moved and works for the lords son, then he soon falls in love to a girl called katala. however just as he starts to get happy a great one as they call them in the tsuranni land arrives and he senses pugs magical power which pug had tried to hide because most slaves with magical powers get executed.
This is as far as i have got and up to now i say this book is interesting and makes me not able to wait until i read it again i would give this book a 9 out of 10

Submitted by Greg 
(Jul 10, 2007)

I am halfway through the book 'Magician' and I have to say, I have become a little impatient because of my overwhelming desire for Pug to get back home and more importantly to Carline! They gave themselves to each other before he left! Why can't they find each other!??? I am deeply touched by this book and find myself becoming very upset that he has left behind his friends and family! The book is good, but I have skipped a fair amount that rambles on endlessly about war: talk between kings and earls and wotnots, probably important but extremely long. I am in quite a state of turmoil, if anybody shares my feelings about Pug and his long lost sweetheart please email me!

Thank you for providing this site, I read all the reviews avidly.
Greg ;)

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