A Tale That Takes Too Long to Wind Up Unravels At The End. It would have been easy to forgive Hobb for taking too long before she starts cooking. However, I can’t look past the ending she finally serves.
Book Review: The Empire Trilogy, Raymond Feist & Jenny Wurts (Daughter of the Empire, Servant of the Empire, Mistress of the Empire), 1987-1992.
Feist Does Political Intrigue And Does It Well. Spending three books in the highly ossified and rigid culture of other-worldly Kelewan was the right choice.
Book Review: Silverthorn & Darkness at Sethanon, Raymond Feist (1985 & 1986)
Much Better Than The Acclaimed Magician. Feist finds his footing and ends his first trilogy (The Riftwar Saga) better than he started it.
Book Review: Magician Apprentice & Master, Raymond Feist (1982)
A Delectable Duology. This was a much needed meat and potatoes fantasy.