The demon has been defeated and the Kingdom rejoices as the threat to the existence of every living thing on Midkemia has passed, but out of the ashes of war new problems arise, in the brilliant sequel to Rage of a Demon King…The demon is no more…The enemy has been routed, yet peace still eludes the Kingdom. Midkemia lies in smouldering ruins following the Demon King's siege. Many lives have been lost, including that of the brave James, Duke of Krondor.
As the people turn their hands to rebuilding their once great nation, a new threat arises from the ashes of war: the fearsome Fadawah, former Commanding General of the Army of the Emerald Queen. He has grasped the fallen reins of command and seeks to forge a personal empire out of the wreckage of the Western Realm. And so it falls to two young men - Jimmy and Dash - grandsons of the late Duke, to gather together the shards of the broken crown and resurrect the Kingdom to its former glory.
Shards of a Broken Crown is the fourth and concluding book of the Serpentwar Saga.
©2014 Raymond E Feist (P)2014 HarperCollins Publishers Limited
Praise for Raymond E. Feist:‘File under guilty pleasure'Guardian‘Get in at the start of a master's new series'Daily Sport‘Well-written and distinctly above average… intelligent… intriguing.'Publishers Weekly‘ Epic scope…vivid imagination…a significant contribution to the growth of the field of fantasy.'Washington Post
Absolutely amazing, the book keeps you on the edge of your seat the whole way through. It satisfies you but makes you still want more
"Slow start, but classic Feist, a must read"
The entire series is incredible, The characters are so strong you cant help but love them all.
The other Fiest books.
In my personal opinion Fiest nails it and brings so much personality to the characters especially Nakor
I would listen to them all in one sitting if I could
Despite a slow start and a bit of "politics" a strong middle and great end, would get 5 stars if there was more action but that's my personal taste there is no questioning the story and performance.
"A bit rambling"
A bit rambling and self indulgent in places and some very clumsy attempted at deep philosophy but it's the characters were love and a solid end to this series.
Great story, great author and fantastic characters grips you from beginning to end. Made we want to cry and laugh in parts!
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