I'm about half way through Feist's saga and I have to say before I started this trilogy I was beginning to get a bit fatigued of this saga with the tr..Show More »ilogies started to feel the same.
This four book set was a surprising and pleasant change to the pattern and well worth a listen. You really do need to have listened to the previous ones otherwise parts of it will not make sense.
The first three books focus on the journey of one boy (growing into a man) and his ultimate goal of revenging the murder of his people. All standard stuff but it's all about the quality of the journey and he has told it well. The forth book goes in a slightly different direction - I won't say more as it would spoil the story, suffice to say it was a surprising and fleshing change of direction for the final book.
So if you into Feists mammoth saga then you can look forward to a high point when you get to this section!
Once again a great story with wonderful narration and characterisation.. listed to loads of stories but Peter Joyce is without doubt the best I ha..Show More »ve come across trouble is I am running out of raymond e fiest books...