A Crown Imperiled by Raymond E. Feist
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This second book in the last trilogy is pretty standard fare for Feist. War, politics, mages, and the mysterious duo (not so mysterious now that we got to know them in the previous novel) as they get to know all our favorite characters. The trust issue is very real. And rather disturbing. But fortunately for us, in Feistland, if characters are meant to be together, then all paths are paved. :)
Is this a bad thing? No. It is entertaining.
Streamlined, but entertaining. After all, we want to see the grand blow-out. Not just these Keshian horrors or Jimmy super junior losing his inherited spy network... but DEMONS BREAKING LOOSE. Come on!
Fortunately, it doesn't drag. Plenty of fun stuff happens even if I wouldn't call this the best Feist I've ever read. The stage is set, the beacons lit, and now we're finally to the END of the series.
Am I a bit frantic about this? Anxious? Frenetic? Maybe. :)
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