Review: The King's Buccaneer

Written by Bluejay - 2.0

This was maybe the 10th book from Feist that I've read. Generally I like his stories but this one was a real disappointment. The story itself has a lot of potential, starts nicely but slows down and becomes repetitive. I didn't care about the cardboard characters and practically forced myself to finish the book hoping that it would surprise me and get better. It didn't.
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About the Book :: The King's Buccaneer

Raymond E. Feist Release date: 1992
Type: speculative fiction
Genres: fantasyhigh fantasy

In 1982, Raymond E. Feist made his debut in the fantasy genre with the landmark novel Magician, which introduced readers to Pug, the orphan-turned-mage; the richly imagined worlds of Midkemia and Kelewan; and the magical corridor that connects them, the Rift. The stories of the Riftwar Saga - Magician, Silverthorn, A Darkness at Sethanon, and Prince of the Blood - chronicle the story of worlds, people, and the magic at war. Now, on ... (more)

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