Krondor: Tear of the Gods Kindle ↠ of the PDF/EPUB

Krondor: Tear of the Gods Kindle ↠ of the PDF/EPUB


10 thoughts on “Krondor: Tear of the Gods

  1. Matthew Matthew says:

    Still awesome after all these books I think this is book 14 or 15 the end of the 4th or 5th series of books in the middle of the larger 30 book series and it is STILL AWESOME I have seen some who say they don’t feel it any and that it just doesn’t have the same spice as the original Riftwar series That’s cool if you feel that way but I am still digging these uite a lotAs I mentioned above this is the final book in a series within a series This trilogy was based around video games that took place in Feist’s world of Midkemia Also it takes place after the Riftwar but before several books farther along in the series that I have already read Confused yet? Well basically Feist took a step back in time after the Serpentwar saga to write this trilogy And since the fans of the series are most likely Riftwar fans I am guessing he decide placing it in that time period made senseSome of the characters are ones you are familiar with from the Riftwar but there are several new ones as well The characters tend to be of a very specific type with certain skills – like you would pick at the beginning of a video game The uests they go on seem to have a cavalcade of baddies ending with a big battle against the king baddie – just like in video games This book featured goblins vampires zombies cursed amulets sacred orbs magic swordplay etc etc etc all elements of a great fantasy video game and a great fantasy bookI look forward to the next trilogy within the series to see where Feist takes me I think it is a trilogy that takes place during the Riftwar so we will be going even farther back in timeUPDATE I just went to look for the next book in the series and this was not a trilogy like I thought but actually a uadrilogy Jimmy and the Crawler is next


  2. YouKneeK YouKneeK says:

    This is the 3rd book in the Riftwar Legacy a subseries in the middle of the very large Riftwar Cycle This also marks the last of the books from this series that I had previously read 20 years ago; the rest will all be completely new to me although I remembered many of the past books so poorly that they practically felt new anywayThis was probably my least favorite of all of them so far Even though it features a lot of Jimmy one of my favorite characters it felt very formulaic This book was also based on a video game Return to Krondor and the novelization felt much formulaic to me than did the earlier novelization of the first game The characters encounter enemies at predictable intervals much like in a video game and there are the occasional “side uests” although most of those do tie into the main story I don’t know I didn’t think it was bad and there were times when I enjoyed it than others but sometimes it felt tedious and a little flat I did enjoy the banter between the characters and Kendaric particularly made me laugh It’s been a long time since I’ve played the game so I don’t remember it very well but this novelization seemed to follow the story of the game far closely and without much extra meat Even a lot of the dialogue brought back echoes possibly imaginary but they sounded pretty convincing in my head of the video game characters saying the same things


  3. Bradley Bradley says:

    More JimmyHonestly I just find this fun Fluffy fun We get a little side story lead up to the big war with GODS a few decades later and it all fits like a straight line from Arutha to Demon WarWas this or the other two novels strictly necessary?Ehhhh no They WERE however necessary for the pure fun of it Jimmy carries the tale with Pug's grandson and a Keshian court wizard Getting into trouble is the name of the game for this ex thief spymaster Jimmy And he does getting caught up with necromancers and dead gods and mad pirates Alongside an angry dwarf More of a traditional fantasy than anything else but it is still FUN It's fleshing out the early Krondorian days in a very big way


  4. Literary Han Literary Han says:

    I just feel like the same plots are being recycled in this four book series of the Riftwar Saga I need some originality before I succumb to boredom


  5. Matthew Green Matthew Green says:

    Feist was one of my favorite authors for some time; Price of the Blood remains one of my three favorite novels but Tear of the Gods just didn't live up to Feist's usual standards Admittedly he was struggling with personal troubles at the time that he wrote it and it's based on a game but regardless of the reasons the book isn't up to par The narrative is excellent and keeps you reading constantly being pulled back in to know what is happening but the characterization is weak and the plot rather contrived Fights showed up every other chapter and they all sounded the same after a while Every time Jimmy steps forward to avoid his opponent's jab and it's written as if we haven't already read that same trick three times The ending? Three minute wrap up with a dozen loose ends I sped through the book then set it down feeling simply let downIf you're the type who wants to make sure you read every book by REF grab this Otherwise I'd advise that you keep looking for something else


  6. Scott Scott says:

    So this is my 27th Riftwar Cycle book so you could say I was a fanThe main character is Jimmy the Hand which just so happens to be my favorite character in the seriesHmmmmmWhat are the chances I'll like this book?Pretty goodIt's a stand alone novel More adventure than fantasyThe Tear of the Gods is being transported pirates try to steal it doesn't work out that well for anyone involvedenter Suire James Jimmy the Hand and William and the new court magicianAdd in evil wizards skeleton warriors vampires witchesMix together and you've got a pretty fun fantasy adventure novelIs it going to change the world? NopeIs it fun as hell? YupThis one had a lot of fights and battles and testosteronereminded me a lot of an RA Salvatore novelYou shouldn't read this unless you have at least a working knowledge of the series but otherwise I'd highly recommend this book it's a good way to spend some time


  7. Gary Gary says:

    While this was entertaining in parts I must agree with most of the other reviewers of this book that it was overall a disappointmentwhen one looks at The Riftwar Trilogy and the Empire Trilogy cowritten with Janny Wurts one sees a definite drop in standards'The Krondor series lacks the depth which one enjoys in other Feist novels as well as the character development and interplay between the charactersIts just one melee after the otherIt was so easy to see that it is just an addition transcript of a DD or Computer Fantasy Game sessionJazharra adds some interest to the book but like the others her character is not explored in any of the depth which we usually see in Feist's novelsFurther various potentially interesting characters such as the girl thief Nita disappear before we get to know themMidkemia and Kelewan are fantastic world created by Feist and have all the depth and scope of Tolkiens Middle EarthWhat a pity that this series does Fiest 's world a disservice


  8. Dan Dan says:

    Another good read


  9. Robert Robert says:

    The worst book in this trilogy Feist repeats dozens of times that the events occurring are totally unrelated Okay we get it you didn't bother to create a story line for this one Feist continues his habit of writing horrible sentences in this book He really needs to get a good and forceful editor “The circular orb glowed brightly William's eyes were two large circles Circle around to the other side he ordered Okay not an exact uote but you get the idea Fill the pages with red and have the guy rewrite it


  10. Barbara Barbara says:

    This was an exercise in how not to write a book plot all over the place numerous vague weak antagonists cardboard characters unnecessary macabre elements and gore conflict where it doesn’t count contradicts previous world building random uesting with unclear purpose dreadful pacing rinse repeat demon dangerHere ends my Feist journey or shall I say Feist fiasco


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Krondor: Tear of the Gods ❮KINDLE❯ ❄ Krondor: Tear of the Gods ❁ Author Raymond E. Feist – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk A DROP IN THE OCEANA raid upon the high seas signals an attack of unprecedented magnitude by the forces of darknessBut the daring assault upon the Temple of Ishap goes dramatically wrong and the prize A DROP IN THE OCEANA raid upon the of the PDF/EPUB ç high seas signals an attack of unprecedented magnitude by the forces of darknessBut the daring assault upon the Temple of Ishap goes Krondor: Tear PDF or dramatically wrong and the prize the Tear of the Gods sinks beneath the waves of the Bitter Sea The most powerful artifact known to the Temples of Midkemia this colossal gem Tear of the eBook ↠ allows the priests to speak with their gods Without it they are lost for a decade until another is formed in the distant mountainsSuire James William and Jazhara must seek out the location of the gem with Brother Solon a warrior priest of Ishap and Kendaric the sole member of the Wreckers' Guild with the power to raise the ship But they are opposed by the minions of the Dark God who seeks to possess the Tear for his own endsA breathless race for a priceless treasure against time myriad sinister and competing evil forces and ultimately against the fundamentals of nature which in Midkemia can be as formidable as the Gods themselves.

  • Paperback
  • 372 pages
  • Krondor: Tear of the Gods
  • Raymond E. Feist
  • English
  • 04 November 2015
  • 9780006483564

About the Author: Raymond E. Feist

Raymond E Feist was born Raymond E Gonzales of the PDF/EPUB ç III but took his adoptive step father's surname when his mother remarried Felix E Feist He graduated with a BA in Communication Krondor: Tear PDF or Arts with Honors in from the University of California at San Diego During that year Feist had some ideas for a novel about a boy who would be a magician Tear of the eBook ↠ He wrote the novel two years later and it was published in .