A Crown Imperiled (Hardcover)
Book Two of the Chaoswar Saga
Harper Voyager, 9780061468414, 480pp.
Publication Date: March 13, 2012
“Feist constantly amazes.”
“Feist has a command of language and a natural talent for keeping the reader turning pages.”
The Chaoswar—the fifth and final Riftwar—is in full, explosive swing in Raymond E. Feist’s A Crown Imperiled, the second book in the acclaimed, New York Times bestselling fantasist’s monumental saga of courage, conflict, and bitter consequence. Once again, Midkemia, the author’s brilliantly conceived fantasy milieu, is in gravest danger from outside invaders—and from treacherous forces within—as the death of a powerful leader throws the world into chaos and threatens all hope of enduring peace. Returning in A Crown Imperiled are some of Feist’s most memorable characters—including the great sorcerer, Pug, who has been a fan favorite since his introduction in the author’s beloved classic, Magician—and the action, as always, comes fast and furious. The Chaoswar Saga is the master fantasist working at the peak of his powers, and further proof why Raymond E. Feist, like Terry Goodkind, George R. R. Martin, and Terry Brooks, is one of the true giants of epic fantasy fiction.
About the Author
Raymond E. Feist is the author of more than 30 previous books, including the internationally bestselling “Riftwar Cycle” of novels set in his signature world of Midkemia. The Firemane Saga is his first all-new epic fantasy series. He lives in San Diego, California.
Praise For A Crown Imperiled: Book Two of the Chaoswar Saga…
— Chicago Sun-Times
“Feist constantly amazes with his ability to create great casts of characters.”
— SF Site
“With his storytelling mastery and ear for colorful language and nuance, the author of numerous books set in the dual worlds of Midkemia and Kelewan here launches a series that takes his fantasy universe into a whole new phase. ”
— Library Journal
“Fast action, appealing characters, and a splendid setting will delight readers of fantasy and leave them eager for the next battle.”
— Kirkus Reviews
— San Francisco Chronicle