|The King's Buccaneer|
Spectra (1994), Paperback, 560 pages
|I really liked this book, as I do most of Feist's work, although he does have a talent for writing books which are long. This book continues the story line from the Magician (Apprentice and Master), Silverthorn and A Darkness at Sethanon. I like that, and have felt for a while that Prince of the Blood was a bit of a tangent from the main thrust of the series -- although characters which are used in later stories are introduced through that book.
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Related posts: Prince of the Blood; Shadow of a Dark Queen; Raymond E Feist's Empire Trilogy; Magician: Apprentice; The Riftwar Series; Servant of the Empire
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