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Raymond E. Feist

Biography

Raymond E. Feist

Raymond E. Feist is the author of more than 30 books, including the internationally bestselling Riftwar Cycle of novels set in his signature world of Midkemia, as well as a stand-alone novel, FAERIE TALE. The Firemane Saga is his first all-new epic fantasy series. He lives in San Diego, California.

Raymond E. Feist

Books by Raymond E. Feist

by Raymond E. Feist - Fantasy, Fiction

Hatushaly and his young wife, Hava, have arrived in the prosperous trading town of Beran’s Hill to restore and reopen the fire-damaged Inn of the Three Stars. They are also preparing for the popular midsummer festival, where their friends Declan and Gwen will be wed. But Hatu and Hava are only posing as inkeepers; in fact, they are assassins from the mysterious island of Coaltachin, home to the powerful and lethal Nocusara, the fearsome “Hidden Warriors.” Hatu conceals an even more dangerous secret. He is the last remaining member of the legendary Firemanes, the ruling family of Ithrace. Hatu works hard to hide his true identity from all who would seek to use or to destroy him, as fate has other plans for the noble warrior.

by Raymond E. Feist - Fantasy, Fiction

For centuries, the five greatest kingdoms of North and South Tembria, twin continents on the world of Garn, have coexisted in peace. But the balance of power is destroyed when four of the kingdoms violate an ancient covenant and betray the fifth: Ithrace, the Kingdom of Flames, ruled by Steveren Langene, known as "the Firemane" for his brilliant red hair. As war engulfs the world, Ithrace is destroyed and the Greater Realms of Tembria are thrust into a dangerous struggle for supremacy. As a Free Lord, Baron Daylon Dumarch owes allegiance to no king. When an abandoned infant is found hidden in Daylon’s pavilion, he realizes that the child must be the missing heir of the slain Steveren.

by Raymond E. Feist - Fantasy, Fiction

Years ago, the Empire of Great Kesh failed in its attempt to conquer Krondor after the Serpentwar. Since then, peace has benefited both nations, and the Kingdom has been free from the threat of another Keshian invasion. Yet now, the dark clouds of war gather again. . . .