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Raymond Elias Feist is an American author who primarily writes fantasy fiction. He is best known for The Riftwar Cycle series of novels and short stories.

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When does Pug tell Miranda this?

I've finally got around to reading Wrath of a Mad God by Raymond E. Feist, and I just got to chapter 4 in which Sezu, the Emperor of the Tsurani, shows Miranda a note from Pug from the future. This is ...
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What is the difference between Banath and Kalkin on Midkemia?

Several times during the Riftwar series, and I've especially spotted it in the Darkwar Saga and onwards, whenever Banath is mentioned the speaker clears things up by also naming Kalkin and vice versa. ...
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Does Magnus have a claim to the throne of the Kingdom of the Isles?

In the beginning of Magician Pug is adopted into the conDoin family for his rescue of princess Carline. By extension this makes him part of the royal family, somehting that Pug commented on a few ...
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What was Dolgan's quote that sums up all stereotypical Dwarves?

In the first book of the Riftwar Cycle, Magician, the Dwarven leader Dolgan said something along the lines of that his three favorite things to do is spending time with his family (or perhaps just his ...
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Does it really end with 'Magician's End'?

I'm a big fan of the Raymond E. Feist's Riftwar Cycle. The story appears to be wrapped up with the novel Magician's End, which was published in 2013. However, there are plenty of plot hooks (young Pug ...
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Unexplained thing during the travel from Delecordia to Kosridi

In the book Into a Dark Realm by Raymond E. Feist, chapter nineteen, the protagonists follow the Dasati Martuch from the Ipiliac world, Delecordia to one of the Dasati worlds, Kosridi. While the ...
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Is Roo based on Soros?

The career of Roo in Rise of a Merchant Prince is eerily reminiscent of the life and career of George Soros. Is the similarity accidental, or intentional?
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Can I skip these books in the Magician/Riftwar series?

The official site provides the recommended reading order for Raymond E. Feist's "Magician" series / Riftwar Universe. I've read the first three (Magician, Silverthorn, Sethanon) and have just had a ...