A Darkness At Sethanon

A Darkness At Sethanon

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.

Title:A Darkness At Sethanon
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780586066881
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    A Darkness At Sethanon Reviews

  • Melissa ? Dog/Wolf Lover ? Martin

    Lord have mercy, at one point I thought one of my characters was dead and I thought, don't be doing this to me today. Don't make me get all cray up in here! But, it's all good =) This book and the one...

  • Matthew

    I gave this a star rating back before I was adding reviews to every book - I am sad about that because this book is a great ending to a great saga and I hope that a verbal review will draw more reader...

  • Choko

    *** 4 ***A buddy read with some friends @ BBB "...“power is limited to the strength of will within the man who holds it. Falter in your resolve and you will fall. Remain steadfast and you shall pr...

  • Hasham Rasool

    I am satisfied with the conclusion of the 'Riftwar Saga' Alhamdulillah!'Magician' is the best book in the series....

  • Wanda

    A satisfying end to an acceptable fantasy series. The Riftwar books suffer by comparison to modern high fantasy series, but in their day, they were the next step for those looking for a LOTR substitut...

  • Zitong Ren

    Thus ends another series. There’s not all actually that much that I really want to say that I haven’t said already in my review on the first two books, Magician and Silverthorn.I did see one of th...

  • Brenton

    Meh.Maybe I'm misremembering, but when I read Magician I thought Feist's writing was pretty decent, if heavy on fantasy tropes (some of which I'm sure he helped create). So I don't know if his writing...

  • Graeme Rodaughan

    Thank the gods of Midkemia - an ending worthy of the name. The final book of the Riftwar Saga brings all the threads together and weaves a seamless ending of multi-level conflicts filled with dramatic...

  • YouKneeK

    A Darkness at Sethanon is the final book in the Riftwar Saga, the first subseries in Raymond E. Feist’s Riftwar Cycle. Like the previous books, this was a good story that held my interest all the wa...

  • Mary King

    Not one strong female in the entire series. After reading the entire Wheel of Time series (where strong females grace every storyline) last year I wandered off to see more of the fantasy genre. Sadly ...