Silverthorn (Riftwar Saga, Volume 3) [Raymond E. Feist] on *FREE * shipping on qualifying offers. A poisoned bolt has struck down the Princess. This is the second volume in Raymond E. Feist’s trilogy The Riftwar Saga. Silverthorn begins a year after the events [ ]. Silverthorn is the astonishing sequel to Magician – and an even more stirring tale of the imagination. Once again the magical worlds of Midkemia and Kelewan.

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Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. The events in this book, which is essentially a quest, takes place in a very short time span, weeks as opposed to the many, many years of Magician. Please edit the article to focus on discussing the work rather than merely reiterating the plot.

I look forward to reading the third and final book in the trilogy, A Darkness at Silverthoorn and hope that Feist rounds off the first part of the Riftwar Cycle to the same standard as Magician. Views Read Edit View history.

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Jul 11, Arisawe Hampton rated it it was amazing. Trivia About Silverthorn The Something that will put them all in a great adventure against an ancient dark power that could even bring the destruction of the world of Midkemia, as well as also feistt Kelewan, the world of the Tsurani.

Jimmy the thief is a brilliant character, an extremely resourceful youngster, a mysterious background, and an uncanny ability, “luck” he says, to 4,4 Stars!! I strongly urge readers to read Magician first. I just wish the chapters were a little shorter. Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Aug 13, Graeme Rodaughan rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: An interrogation session with the assassin reveals the name of the poison and also the antidote to be ‘silverthorn’ but no one on hand in Krondor has ever heard of it.


Views Read Edit View history. It’s been so long since I last read this, that it was like reading it for the first time. Looking forward feust the next book. Review quote “I found Silverthorn to be as exciting and absorbing as Magician in every way. Silverthorn Raymond E Feist.

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Gavin Guile is the Prism, the most powerful man in the world. The story was fun and well paced and kept my interest all the way through.

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Three stars, down from my original rating of four. I mean he’s a thief and all but still he soon becomes someone important in Arutha’s crew. It was great to be back with the cast again and I was very pleased to see my favourite character Arutha take on a much more central role here. The Best Books of Want to Read saving….

Read a free preview of Silverthorn by Raymond E Feist. No trivia or quizzes yet. This book benefits substantially from the previous one since it takes place in an established world, where the myriad of names and terms don’t confuse anymore, but give you a sense of confidence that you really know this world.

Pronti a viaggiare in capo al mondo per salvare la principessa? Feist wrote, silvrthorn in the world of Midkemia. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. He graduated with a B. Magician’s End The Chaoswar Saga 3 7. Review quote “Epic scope I have one simple gripe with this book – too much Jimmy the Hand and too little Pug.

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Silverthorn by Raymond E Feist

From the first time I read Silverthorn and encountered the insouciant Squire Locklear of Land’s End, known as Locky to his friends, I’ve had a soft spot for him.


Well, all through the book but it tells more about them in the beginning. The actual story is a little simpler than the previous but still interesting enough to hold my attention. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. It was nice to finally see a little more of Midkemia than the occasional city under siege, goblin haunted wood or elven forest, and explore some more diverse aspects of the world, including a sect of priests in a mountain archive bent on nothing but acquiring knowledge.

Like I mentioned earlier, despite the fact that Magician was such a complete work and stands fine as a stand-alone novel, Silverthorn is a continuation and as such will not make a lot of sense if read apart.

For the most part, the style was cold and a trifle analytic, however when describing particularly nasty creatures, or detailing the rather cliched portraits of characters Feist seemed to dip into a more epic, sometimes florid mode reminiscent of earlier more mythic writing traditions, complete with a slightly stilted, archaic pattern of dialogue.

A natural magician, Ged becomes an Archmage and hel The Lightbringer Trilogy Brent Weeks 9. As the dead rise and assassins stalk the darkness, Arutha must rally the Kingdom forces swiftly if he is to save his beautiful princess felled by a poisoned arrow on her wedding day, and prevent a madman from destroying Midkemia. Pug returns to Stardock to search Macros’ library and eventually discovers a way to return to Kelewan, where an even more comprehensive library exists founded by the Tsurani Assembly of Great Ones.