November 21st, 2001, 12:19 PM
Raymond E. Feist Fans
I'm having trouble finding out the order of all Feist's books! If anyone would take the time to send me a list of his books from start to finish in order, it would be so greatly appreciated. I'm from a book shop, and have a friend who has gotten to "Shards of a broken crow" and wants to know what is after it. I've contacted distributors, publishers and searched our own system with no luck. So anyone who can help me would be my hero!! Thanks!
November 21st, 2001, 12:56 PM
Keeping The Equilibrium
The Riftwar Saga
Magician Part 1 - Apprentice
Magician Part 2 - Master
A Darkness At Sethanon
The Riftwar Legacy
Krondor : The Betrayal
Murder In Krondor (Unconfirmed)
Tear Of The Gods (Unconfirmed)
Prince Of The Blood
The Kings Buccaneer
The Serpentwar Saga
Shadow Of A Dark Queen
Rise Of A Merchant Prince
Rage Of A Demon King
Shards Of A Broken Crown
The Shadow War Saga (Unconfirmed)
Daughter Of The Empire (With Janny Wurts)
Servant Of The Empire (With Janny Wurts)
Mistress Of The Empire (With Janny Wurts)
Hope this list helps out. If not, you could try this site for more info:
November 21st, 2001, 11:44 PM
Just a few things about the above list.....
Magician Part 1 and Magician Part 2 are actually the two halves of Magician, with one or two extra minor details.
The Riftwar Legacy is actually:
Betrayal at Krondor
Krondor: The Assasins
Tear of the Gods
Faerie Tale is a stand-alone novel, in no way related to any of the Midkemia series.
The Shadow War saga, if that is what it's called, already has one book published in the UK, quite recently, but funnily enough I can't find any mention of it on the Web....
Ah, just found out about the new series:
So I don't think that there is actually a "Shadow War Saga", but I could be wrong.
Hope this helps.
[This message has been edited by Dragon Reborn (edited November 22, 2001).]
November 22nd, 2001, 09:22 AM
I shall add my two cents... the Riftwar Legends books will each by writen with a different co-author... 'Honoured Enemy' was with William Forstchen.
I hope this will bring a new freshness to Midkema?
November 23rd, 2001, 12:45 AM
Sounds like it's a way for Ray Feist to give something to the rest of the fantasy writing community, ie less well-known writers....Not a bad idea, methinks.
And hopefully it will bring a fresh outlook on the world of Midkemia.