|Servant of the Empire|
Spectra (1991), Mass Market Paperback, 704 pages
|This is the sequel to Daughter of the Empire. The book is long at nearly 700 pages, and contains two basic plots, although both are related and use the same characters. They could easily have been separate books -- one of the things I like about this book is that it tells more of the story than it absolutely has to, whilst still being continuously engaging. The events of this book run parallel to Pug's time on Kelwan from Magician (Apprentice and Master) and its also nice to see an alternate perspective on those events. The main thrust of this book is that while tradition is important, not being wasteful of the resources you're handed is important too.
This book is excellent.
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Related posts: Daughter of the Empire; Mistress of the Empire; The Riftwar Series; Silverthorn; Magician: Master; Magician: Apprentice; Raymond E Feist's Empire Trilogy; The King's Buccaneer; Rage of a Demon King; Shadow of a Dark Queen; A Darkness at Sethanon; Prince of the Blood; Rise of a Merchant Prince; Raymond E Feist's Serpentwar Saga; Dawnspell: The Bristling Wood; Belgarath the Sorcerer; Polgara the Sorceress; The Moon Is A Harsh Mistress; Castle Of Wizardry; Pawn of Prophecy; A Time of Omens
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