Exile's Return by Raymond E. Feist
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
This book took a slightly awesome direction, breaking the usual storytelling mold we've gotten used to in Feist-land.
The previous novel's villain just became this novel's hero. :) He was so crafty, so unpredictable and cool, he needed an encore. :) And he got an encore, exiled in a distant land, in chains, and left to his own devices.
And yet, he gets transformed in his journey. :) Not bad. Not bad at all. :)
Oh, and the Geas had nothing to do with it. :) Or the revelations that the whole world was about to become a feeding ground for evil pouring in through thousands of portals. Or the discovery that evil really is madness. :)
I think I had more fun with this one than I have in the last five or six novels. Maybe more. But then, I'm a sucker for redemption novels. :)
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