Shards of a Broken Crown

Shards of a Broken Crown

The terrible Emerald Queen is vanquished…but the war in Midkemia is not yet won, as the remarkable Raymond E. Feist concludes his magnificent Serpentwar Saga with Shards of a Broken Crown—a spellbinding tale of magic, conflict, and treachery that sees the rise of a new threat from the ashes of defeat, an evil poised to strike mercilessly at realm triumphant but weakened by war.

Title:Shards of a Broken Crown
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780380789832
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    Shards of a Broken Crown Reviews

  • Bradley

    These last two Feist novels have been rather wonderful, a return to the grand epic-style stakes and battles that drew me to the writer in the beginning. The aftermath of the Serpentwar mainly focused ...

  • Matthew

    In this book, Pug is all like:Another great book from Feist - this one wraps up the Serpentwar Series and is almost more of a full book Epilogue than a final chapter (I hope that description makes sen...

  • YouKneeK

    This was the fourth and final book in the Serpentwar Saga, one subseries in the middle of Feist’s very large Riftwar Cycle. I think I enjoyed this one the best out of the books in this subseries. Th...

  • Shivesh

    The shadow of the Riftwar Saga hangs heavily over this series. I couldn't make any judgement on the series as a whole until I finished Shards of a Broken Crown. But now that I have, there grows in my ...

  • Dan

    Yet another good read....

  • Majanka

    To be honest, I don’t know what Feist was thinking when he wrote this novel. It’s like he put everything he had into the previous one, Rage of a Demon King, and was now left to tie the knots of st...

  • Josko Daimonie

    Same as the other parts of this series, I think it's cute but still lacks something.I like the building of the Jamissons, both inheriting a part (but not all) of what made their grandfather, Duke Jame...

  • Duffy Pratt

    This was a perfectly satisfactory conclusion to a good, but not great fantasy series. The loose ends are all tied off quite nicely, and there is the distinct promise of more to come. On that, it looks...

  • Peter

    Please, please it can't end here!: This is a book that hits you at many different levels. Primarily it is about people finding about themselves and being able to live as people within the shadows of l...

  • Hayley

    Really struggled with this book. Not sure if this is because there was quite a gap between me finishing the previous book be starting this one. I just found that I didn't really care and I had to forc...