Miscellaneous: Raymond Feist's Riftwar Cycle
COMMENTS: While, overall, I preferred his earlier books in the series to his later ones, I will admit that this was a worthy conclusion to a fantastic book series. I especially loved how the ending in this book strongly mirrored the beginning of the whole series, back in Magician (or Magician's Apprentice).
However, an alternate reading order would be both Magician books (which are the beginning of the Riftwar Saga), followed by the Empire Trilogy (Daughter, Servant, Mistress), followed by Legends of the Riftwar (Honoured, Murder, Jimmy), and then you conclude with the rest of the Riftwar Saga (Silverthorn, Sethanon).
Starting with Silverthorn, everything after that is chronological in terms of the timeline of Midkemia (as opposed to actual publication), so it's easy to determine the reading order.
Raymond E. Feist concluded the adventures of the world Midkemia in the Riftwar Cycle, which contains 31 books and was written over a period of 31 years, on May 14, 2013 with the publication of the last book, Magician's End.
Now that I've revisited and updated this list, I now have a strong desire to re-read the entire series. First, I have to finish collecting the books...
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