A Darkness At Sethanon (The Riftwar Saga #4)
A Darkness at Sethanon is the stunning climax to Raymond E. Feist's brilliant epic fantasy trilogy, the Riftwar Saga. Here be dragons and sorcery, swordplay, quests, pursuits, intrigues, stratagems, journeys to the darkest realms of the dead and titanic battles between the forces of good and... show more
A Darkness at Sethanon is the stunning climax to Raymond E. Feist's brilliant epic fantasy trilogy, the Riftwar Saga.
Here be dragons and sorcery, swordplay, quests, pursuits, intrigues, stratagems, journeys to the darkest realms of the dead and titanic battles between the forces of good and darkest evil.
Here is the final dramatic confrontation between Arutha and Murmandamus - and the perilous quest of Pug the magician and Tomas the warrior for Macros the Black. A Darkness at Sethanon is heroic fantasy of the highest excitement and on the grandest scale, a magnificent conclusion to one of the great fantasy sagas of our time.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 1987
Publisher: Grafton Books
Pages no: 527
Edition language: English
Series: The Riftwar Saga (#4)
A good way to wrap up the original three books in the Magician series.Lots of large battles as the forces of the Enemy try to force their way back to Midkemia.Mostly focuses on Arutha and his band. Pug, Tomas and Macros have their own side quest until they all meet up at the end.
An evil wind blows through Midkemia. Dark legions have risen up to crush the Kingdom of the Isles and enslave it to dire magics. The final battle between Order and Chaos is abotu to begin in the ruins of the city called Sethanon.Now Pug, the master magician sometimes known as Milamber, must undertak...
This is the third (or forth, depending on who you talk to) and final book of the Riftwar saga (that I have read), though I have noticed that Feist has continued to write books set in this world (or multiverse). After this book he jumps to the otherside of the rift with Daughter of the Empire, and I ...
The final installment to the Riftwar Saga series contained page-turning action and most of the answers to mysteries and questions posed from earlier in the series, including a surprise twist that posed ... more questions. While I enjoyed reading A Darkness at Sethanon, I felt the characters gained ...
It's an ok read, though for me the simple story was a bit predictive, no strong surprises.