Magician: Master: Riftwar Cycle: The Riftwar Saga, Book 2 Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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Magician: Master: Riftwar Cycle: The Riftwar Saga, Book 2 by Raymond E. Feist

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He held the fate of two worlds in his hands...



  • I'm totally digging this story, man. It's like, super well-written and the characters are so fleshed out, you know? And the world-building? It's like a total feast for the eyes, or should I say, two feasts because we're talking about two worlds here! And let me tell ya, the narration is top-notch. If you're into fantasy, you gotta get on the Feist train, my friend! Trust me, you won't be disappointed!
  • There isn't a whole lot of originality in this one, but it's still pretty entertaining for those who enjoy sword and sorcery. I'll definitely be checking out more books in this series.
  • I was hoping for a full experience with the unabridged version of 'Magician: Master: Riftwar Cycle: The Riftwar Saga, Book 2', but I was left disappointed. There are certain parts that are noticeably absent. It's not a matter of being edited out, but rather a result of what seems to be lack of proper control over the recording files.
  • Feist once again showcases his incredible talent for immersing readers in the story of "Magician: Master: Riftwar Cycle: The Riftwar Saga, Book 2." This phenomenal book has the power to make you feel like an actual character, truly drawing you in. I can wholeheartedly recommend this captivating read to anyone and everyone!
  • I absolutely adored the story progression in 'Magician: Master: Riftwar Cycle: The Riftwar Saga, Book 2'. The character development was top-notch, with their trials and tribulations keeping me on the edge of my seat. The epic battles and awe-inspiring moments had me completely captivated, and I found myself emotionally invested in these wonderful characters. The author's writing style is fantastic, and the narrator's performance was simply fabulous. Thanks to their combined efforts, I truly felt transported into the world of the story.
  • I absolutely adored 'Magician: Master: Riftwar Cycle: The Riftwar Saga, Book 2'. It had me completely enthralled with its captivating and expertly narrated story. No matter how many times I listen to it, I never tire of its brilliance.
  • The Apprentice did a really good job of introducing the characters and building the world. However, in the Master, the story jumps around from one character to another without giving much attention to their development. The main character, Pug, goes through various stages - from being a simple boy to a slave, then becoming a magician, and ultimately becoming more powerful than everyone else with minimal training. It felt like every time the author started to develop the main characters, he rushed through it. The only character who actually grows throughout the story is Arutha, while Princess Caroline's growth is left unexplored. The elf queen's plot starts to become interesting, but then suddenly she sleeps with Tomas and becomes a pawn, leaving the reader confused. As I read more reviews, I realized that most of them were written by people who read this story when they were teenagers. It makes sense now. I also have books that I loved in my younger years, like The Dragonlance Series, Drizz't D'Ourden, and The Belgariad. As I reread some of these books, I noticed that they weren't well-written. Some had great character development but also had significant gaps in the plot. By gaps, I mean that there would be a complex and intriguing storyline that gets resolved in just two sentences. So, my point is, if you're reading these books for the first time with higher expectations as an adult, be prepared for these gaps in the storytelling. P.S. I was expecting the relevance of the dwarven hammer, but sadly, it doesn't have any significance in the story.