Flight of the Nighthawks by Raymond E. Feist
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Remember the fun of the original Riftwar saga? Add some polish and shine. Mix it up with new and fun characters from the last few books, and even send some rubes to Kesh. Sound like fun? Make sure the intrigue is high, the stakes are much, much higher, and throw in a mad god invading the world and make it spicy with a mad body-hopping mage.
This is Feist doing what he's best at and it shows. I'm having a great time.
And yes, Pug is in here. That means that the fate of many many worlds is at stake. And the gods are freaking out. :)
Is this series getting really good again? I'd say so. It was never all that bad, but all the things I used to get annoyed with have been excised nicely. Now it's all adventure, intrigue, battles, spies, and enough assassins and mad gods to keep anyone amused. :)
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