Raymond E. Feist - The Serpentwar Saga (4 Book Collection) on Kindle £6.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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This ebook bundle contains:
Shadow of a Dark Queen (1)
Rise of a Merchant Prince (2)
Rage of a Demon King (3)
Shards of a Broken Crown (4)

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An excellent mini series forming part of the whole. Great price. prefer real books though.
So-so series. Not his best, but not his worst either. Would have been good value if not for the Empire trilogy currently retailing at £4.68 - one of my top five fantasy sequences (the others being Hobb's Farseers, Martin's Ice and Fire, Erikson's Malazan and Jordan's Wheel of Time)

Im on the 3rd book of his first trilogy - should i purchase this or is this not the second set? Looking to carry on the journey once ive finished this current one on my kindle
The correct reading order is below. There are other (later) books but imho are not worth reading. The Empire Trilogy can be skipped as it is set on another parallel world, but that would be a shame because it's the best thing he's ever written and some story elements (and characters) appear in the main sequence. One more standalone book you might want to consider is Honoured Enemy which is quite good. This can be read before or after the Empire Trilogy. Hope this helps!

Riftwar Saga
A Darkness at Sethanon

Empire Trilogy
Daughter of the Empire
Servant of the Empire
Mistress of the Empire

Krondor's Sons
Prince of the Blood
The King's Buccaneer

Serpentwar Saga
Shadow of a Dark Queen
Rise of a Merchant Prince
Rage of a Demon King
Shards of a Broken Crown
I'll give the empire trilogy a shot then. Thanks for your help! I've heard it's his best work and the rest isn't as great after that. I've got the last 2 chapters left of A Darkness at Sethanon and then will purchase.

Can you recommend any books to read after Empire Trilogy Yas? I've really liked Riftwar Saga so anything you can recommend would be great.

I've read Brent Weeks first trilogy and i'm currently on his second (Not read the latest book but it's on my to do list... unfortuantely its had bad reviews, so i keep putting it off - but his previous work has been amazing); I'd recommend them if you're after suggestions :)
Similar to Feist/Riftwar? My favourites are...
Dragonlance Chronicles (3) and Legends (3) by Weis/Hickman,
The Belgariad (5) by David Eddings,
Drenai books (13) by David Gemmell,
Memory, Sorrow and Thorn (3/4) by Tad Williams,
Wheel of Time (14) by Robert Jordan,
Farseer (3), Liveship (3), Tawny Man (3) by Robin Hobb,
A Song of Ice and Fire (5/7) by GRR Martin,
Malazan books (10) by Steven Erikson.

Note: The earlier books are aimed at younger readers and are easy to read. The latter ones get harder and harder, ending up with Erikson. I'm still not sure what that one was all about!

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