Rage of a Demon King

Rage of a Demon King

The eagerly awaited installment in this immensely popular saga offers a thrilling tale of danger, adventure, suspense, and magic, continuing the exploits of Erick von Darkmoor and Rupert Avery as they are caught in a war for the survival of their wor...

Title:Rage of a Demon King
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780380974733
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    Rage of a Demon King Reviews

  • Matthew

    Wow! This book has it all! Magicians, demons, serpent-people, elves, Dragon Lords, dwarves, alternate dimensions, magical portals, romance, deception, revenge, sea battles, mountain battles, battles o...

  • Bradley

    This book really ends with a bang. The first half continues to build the preparations for the big war to come, fulfilling the promise of the first two books in the Serpentwar Saga, but it really goes ...

  • YouKneeK

    Rage of a Demon King is the third out of four books in Raymond E. Feist’s Serpentwar Saga, one of the subseries in the much larger Riftwar Cycle. This one was a little uneven for me. The story focus...

  • Duffy Pratt

    Finished this almost a month ago, and I've started the next one in the series now (though that's going rather slowly at this point).In theory, this should have been the most exciting of the four books...

  • Dan

    Another good read....

  • Josko Daimonie

    This book contains a lot of Nakor rambling and explanations of the larger worlds. The planes, the gates, the circles of hell. There's a Big Demon, the return of some major characters and so on and so ...

  • Timelord Iain

    Best Serpentwar book to date. Good to be equally split with Eric von Dartmoor again, and the action is heating up... in many ways, this feels like the end of a trilogy, and this next book is a wrapup/...

  • Sven

    Again a very good book from the hand of Raymond e Feist. i realy like Eric and i have questions about Nakur. The little fellow , who the hell is he?...

  • Simon Barron

    I'm probably going to go slightly off the range with this, so please keep with me.I've ticked the 'hide spoilers' button for this review, but I'm not sure why I have done so really. The plot developme...

  • Ian Hall

    Bloody brilliant. A really enjoyable flowing story with lots of heartbreaking scenes. Erik von Darkmoor absolutely shines in this book he uses every ounce of military training and education he has to ...