Master of Furies

Master of Furies

Raymond E. Feist

ISBN
9780007541379
Pub date
09/06/2022
Imprint
HarperVoyager
Binding
Hardback
Format
A4 159x240mm
Extent
528 pages
Price
£20.00
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Book Overview


The final volume in New York Times bestselling author Raymond E. Feist’s epic heroic fantasy series, The Firemane Saga.

War has swept across Marquensas. Ruthless raiders have massacred the inhabitants of Beran’s Hill, including Gwen, the beloved wife of Declan Smith. Hollow of heart, his hopes burned to ashes, Declan swears to track down and destroy the raiders, an ambition shared by Baron Daylon Dumarch, whose family was massacred as they fled the capital.

Meanwhile Hava, whose gift for piracy has seen her acquire the treasure ship Borzon’s Black Wake and the swift Azhante sailing vessel, Queen of Storms, and won her the name of ‘the Sea Demon’, is closing in on the whereabouts of those who unleashed the murderous hordes.

Her husband, Hatushaly, the last remaining member of the ruling family of Ithrace, the legendary Firemanes, seeks to control the magical powers he has inherited. He is able now to visualise and even travel among the filaments of energies that power all existence: the furies. But will he be able to channel his magic in time to combat the deepest, darkest threat the world of Garn has ever faced?

About the author


Feist is one of the world’s leading fantasy writers. His Riftwar and Serpentwar Sagas have been global bestsellers for years.Born and raised in Southern California, Raymond E. Feist was educated at the University of California, San Diego, where he graduated with honours in Communication Arts. He is the author of the bestselling and critically acclaimed Riftwar Saga.

Reviews


  • ‘This is a knockout.’Publisher’s Weekly (praise for Queen of Storms)
  • PRAISE FOR KING OF ASHES
  • ‘File under guilty pleasure’Guardian
  • ‘Get in at the start of a master’s new series’Daily Sport
  • ‘Epic scope…vivid imagination…a significant contribution to the growth of the field of fantasy’Washington Post