Raymond E Feist

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  • When successful screen writer Phil Hastings moves his family from sunny California to a ramshackle farmhouse in New York state, it seemed the ideal place to resume his career as a novelist.  But the place was originally known as Erl King Hill - the Hill of the Elf-King.  Soon Phil's wife, daughter and their two mischevous eight year old boys begin to sense the strange presences in the centuries old woodland...
  • When successful screen writer Phil Hastings moves his family from sunny California to a ramshackle farmhouse in New York state, it seems the ideal place to resume his career as a novelist.  But the place was originally known as Erl King Hill - the Hill of the Elf-King.  Soon Phil's wife, daughter and their two mischievous eight year old boys begin to sense the strange presences in the centuries old woodland...Cover art by Don Maitz.

  • The Conclave of Shadows faces two challenges:  finding and destroying the evil magician Leso Varen and deactivating an army of sinister magical warriors hidden in a cave on Midkemia.  These warriors are beaconas for a cast army of alien invaders, so formidable that even the combined might of Midkemia and the Tsurani Empire could fall before its power.
  • Legends of the Riftwar. Hartraft's Marauders, a crack band of Kingdom raiders are a special unit designed to infiltrate and fight behind enemy lines. They are currently making for a frontier garrison after a disastrous encounter with the Tsurani. Meanwhile a Tsurani patrol is sent to support an assault on the same garrison.  Both sides arrive at the same time and discover the garrison has been overrun by a horde of moredhel - dark elves - and they must band together and fight as one to survive. But who do they hate the most - the mutual enemy or each other?

  • Book III of The Riftwar Legacy. The Tear of the Gods, the most powerful artifact known to the Temples of Midkemia, allows the temples to speak to their Gods. Without it they will be lost for a decade, until another gem forms in the distant mountains. Squire James, William and Jazhara, the new court magician, must seek out the location of this gem, with Brother Solon, a warrior priest and Kendaric, sole member of the Wreckers' Guild with the power to raise the ship that had carried the gem and which had been sunk by Bear, the most brutal pirate to sail the Bitter Seas.  They are opposed by the minions of Sidi, servant of the dark God who seeks to possess the Tear for his own ends or else destroy it

  • Book III of The Riftwar Legacy. The Tear of the Gods, the most powerful artifact known to the Temples of Midkemia, allows the temples to speak to their Gods. Without it they will be lost for a decade, until another gem forms in the distant mountains. Squire James, William and Jazhara, the new court magician, must seek out the location of this gem, With Brother Solon, a warrior priest and Kendaric, sole member of the Wreckers' Guild with the power to raise the ship that had carried the gem and which had been sunk by Bear, the most brutal pirate to sail the Bitter Seas.  They are opposed by the minions of Sidi, servant of the dark God who seeks to possess the Tear for his own ends or else destroy it.
  • Book III of the Empire trilogy. Besieged by spies and rival houses, stalked by a secret and merciless brotherhood of assassins, the brilliant Lady Mara of the Acoma faces the most deadly challenge she has ever known.  The fearsome Black Robes see Mara as the ultimate threat to their ancient power.  In search of allies who will join her against them, Mara must travel beyond civilization's borders and even into the hives of the alien cho-ja.  As those near and dear to her fall victim to many enemies, Mara cries out for vengeance.  Drawing on all of her courage and guile she prepares to fight her greatest battle of all - for her life, her home, and the Empire itself. Cover art by Geoff Taylor.
  • The second Riftwar collaboration.  Crydee was the place of heavy action and the one place they were not going.   But where would Durine, Kethol and Pirojil go?  Kethol would surely find the three mercenaries a job with someone who needed men who knew which was the business end of a sword.  After all, they'd fought the Bugs, the Tsurani and the goblins.  A few months garrison duty is a welcome respite, then they land what seems to be a cushy job - protect a lady and her husband and deliver them safely to the city of LaMut.  It should all have been so simple...
  • Follows The Riftwar Saga. Follows the intrigues and adventures when a group of powerful nobles attempt to overthrow the Empress of Kesh, causing bitter division in the Court.  In the midst of the conflict are the princes of Kondor, Erlund and Boric. Boric makes a desperate journey back to the Court to warn of the traitors' plans, which - if they were to succeed - start a war that would tear the Empire apart.