Krondor: Tear of the Gods

Krondor Tear of the Gods The vile sorcerer Sidi plans to strike the kingdom a fatal blow setting the murderous pirate Bear upon the high seas in pursuit of the vessel that is transporting Midkemia s most holy object the Tear

  • Title: Krondor: Tear of the Gods
  • Author: Raymond E. Feist
  • ISBN: 9780061746376
  • Page: 424
  • Format: ebook
  • The vile sorcerer Sidi plans to strike the kingdom a fatal blow, setting the murderous pirate Bear upon the high seas in pursuit of the vessel that is transporting Midkemia s most holy object the Tear of the Gods From this miraculous stone all magic power is believed to flow And if the Tear becomes the mage s trinket, the future will hold only terror, death and unendingThe vile sorcerer Sidi plans to strike the kingdom a fatal blow, setting the murderous pirate Bear upon the high seas in pursuit of the vessel that is transporting Midkemia s most holy object the Tear of the Gods From this miraculous stone all magic power is believed to flow And if the Tear becomes the mage s trinket, the future will hold only terror, death and unending night For Squire James, Lieutenant William, and the able magician Jazhara, the race is on to rescue the remarkable artifact For all manner of dark creatures are gathering with one unspeakable purpose to breed the chaos that will hasten the destruction of Squire James and his brave companions and bring about the total corruption of the Tear of the Gods.

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    About " Raymond E. Feist "

  • Raymond E. Feist

    Raymond E Feist was born Raymond E Gonzales III, but took his adoptive step father s surname when his mother remarried Felix E Feist He graduated with a B.A in Communication Arts with Honors in 1977 from the University of California at San Diego During that year Feist had some ideas for a novel about a boy who would be a magician He wrote the novel two years later, and it was published in 1982 by Doubleday Feist currently lives in San Diego with his children, where he collects fine wine, DVDs, and books on a variety of topics of personal interest wine, biographies, history, and, especially, the history of American Professional Football.


  • Feist was one of my favorite authors for some time; Price of the Blood remains one of my three favorite novels, but Tear of the Gods just didn't live up to Feist's usual standards. Admittedly, he was struggling with personal troubles at the time that he wrote it, and it's based on a game, but regardless of the reasons, the book isn't up to par. The narrative is excellent and keeps you reading, constantly being pulled back in to know what is happening, but the characterization is weak and the plo [...]

  • So this is my 27th Riftwar Cycle book so you could say I was a fan.The main character is Jimmy the Hand which just so happens to be my favorite character in the series.HmmmmmWhat are the chances I'll like this book?Pretty good.It's a stand alone novel. More adventure than fantasy.The Tear of the Gods is being transported - pirates try to steal it - doesn't work out that well for anyone involvedenter Squire James (Jimmy the Hand) and William and the new court magician.Add in evil wizards, skeleto [...]

  • The worst book in this trilogy. Feist repeats dozens of times that the events occurring are totally unrelated. Okay, we get it, you didn't bother to create a story line for this one. Feist continues his habit of writing horrible sentences in this book. He really needs to get a good, and forceful, editor. The circular orb glowed brightly. William's eyes were two large circles. Circle around to the other side!" he ordered." Okay, not an exact quote, but you get the idea. Fill the pages with red an [...]

  • Same style continues, this time two sequential quests in parallel. This is ok to listen to, but story was not compelling.

  • Robbie de Hand is toch een van mijn favoriete karakters in de boeken van Raymond Feist. Dit keer wordt hij bijgestaan door een vrouwelijke magiër, William, een jongenman van het bergersgilde en een krijgpriester. Dit alles verweven in een mysterie wat alleen Feist op die manier op papier krijgt.Meer dan het lezen waard!

  • Return now to a kingdom in constant peril; a land magical, scarred, and wondrous, where great heroes rise up from adversity to battle fearsome enemies who covet the riches within its borders. New York Times bestselling author Raymond E. Feist -- one of the world 's preeminent fantasists -- continues his extraordinary Riftwar Legacy with a sweeping tale of conflict, trial, and grim necessity, as the forces of good join together to staunch the golden lifeblood flowing from the pierced heart of Mid [...]

  • [Explicit Language]I didn't hate this book. It's important to mention that I didn't hate this book; because I'm about to rip into it something chronic. 'Tear' completes the Krondor series of books; pitting James, the new court wizard and a couple of other paper-thin, pointless characters against a Liche and his minions. I'm going to try and hammer the negatives before I dwell on the positives.I really have grown to dislike James. Jimmy the Hand was always an intelligent, wily young guy whose qui [...]

  • "The Tear of the Gods" is a mysterious artefact from which all magical power emanates, allowing contact between humans and Gods. An attack on a ship carrying it causes it be lost at sea. Jimmy the Hand, with the help of William, Jazhara, the new magician of the Prince of Krondor's court & Solon, an Ishapian monk embarks on yet another mission for the Crown. He encounters foul creatures aplenty, chiefly vampires & undead monsters, along with the usual assortment of the bad guys, Nighthawk [...]

  • Another great fantasy adventure from the mind of Raymond E. Feist. Krondor: Tear Of The Gods is a fast paced page turner concerning the efforts of Squire James, new court magician Jazhara and Lt. William to recover a sacred religious object, The Tear Of The Gods. It's a literal race against time to keep it from falling into the hands of a sinister evil that seeks to use it to bring eternal darkness to the world. This delighful read is filled with action, intrigue, daring heroics, mystic talisman [...]

  • The videogame element is at its most obvious in the final book. Things get ridiculously dangerous for the main characters, even more so than the already high levels of danger in the earlier 2 books. Just this book alone see Jimmy facing off mercenaries, spies, demons, vampires, and other forms of evil incarnate all in the span of 2 weeks. In a story, that'd be unrealistic - in a game, yes, it's normal. The good thing is that Feist added a bunch of new characters to the story, providing some much [...]

  • This one, I must admit, was my least favorite of the trilogy. I think, because for a trilogy based on a computer game, this one felt the most like reading the transcript of someone playing a game. The inclusion of monsters, vampires and animated skeletons was just a bit too over-the-top for me. Though exciting, it just did not fit in with the the trilogy, or the overarching series as a whole. If the main character had not been one of my favorites, Jimmy the Hand, then I would have certainly hate [...]

  • Arguably my favourite of the as-a-whole mediocre series. I dislike that it's unfinished, though I enjoy the hints towards future books. Jimmy is, as always, my favourite and I've grown quite fond of Jazhara as well. Feist also has a knack for secondary characters that you become fond of. Looking at you, Brother Solon. :)As a whole, I'm not a fan and I suspect this may be my last re-read of this series. But at last I'm done and now I get to move on to Jimmy And The Crawler! My expectations are lo [...]

  • Hmmm This was ok, but not the read I was expecting. I think it didn't flow so well and it felt like Feist was re-introducing each character and their traits every few chapters to fill up the book. It was quite annoying.As for the actual storyline, well, it has demons and bad villians as normal but it has other bad creatures that are a little far-fetched and implausible and that's saying something considering this is science fantasy!! Ah well. I will read the next Feist and keep my fingers crosse [...]

  • This is the only book I have read in the Krondor series by Raymond E.Feist. and my views are biased for my love of fantasy, but the book is gripping with some twists in the plot. I found the description of the events and creatures/magic substandard as compared to other fantasy books I have read. The plot is not too predictive nor does it hold too much of suspense. Overall, If you like fantasy then you might find this book interesting.

  • This was a good conclusion of the Riftwar Legacy. I do agree that this trilogy was not anywhere as good as the rest of the overall story arc. I do understand that Mr. Fiest was going through a difficult time in his personal life at the writing of this book.With that being said, I did enjoy this book, would I recommend this trilogy, probably not, but would defiantly recommend the other books in the main storyline.

  • I rather liked this book for the reveal of a detail on the underlying world or world meta as I call it. Character-wise, it is heavily reliant on Jimmy the Hand which previous books have made so vivid but it also adds in a relatively minor character from the Riftwar who is not as interesting as any of the others but still believable and stands on his own.

  • It was a bit slow for a while and choppy at times but the ending scenes were interesting. A good read, but it didn't really end the trilogy (leaving a cliffhanger). After reading this series, I wonder if I would have been better off skipping it and just following the storyline chronologically instead of published order.

  • I dont know about this one. it was just too impossible of a story and as much as I enjoy reading the adventures of Jimmy this book was kinda boring, because most of the time you can predict whats gonna happen and of course the main characters are alive and kicking after fighting with undead, vampires, sceletons and what else. I will continue reading though. Feist tells some good stories :)

  • This started with such promise. From the first book in this series I had high hopes as the second book got much better and then this one. Poor Mr Feist he had a rough time on this series and it showed, it went from bad to worse I mean, vampires? Really? And what started in the beginning was completely unresolved in the end. One things for sure James character has developed well

  • While it was entertaining, it felt too much like a novelization of a video game. I was hoping for a deeper, more intricate stroy, but it was more like a series of adventures, with clues interspersed ad to how to beat the game. Still, I'm going to be reading the reat of the series.

  • Se puede notar que la narración era de una adaptación de un juego. Los personajes van donde una bruja, la bruja los manda en misión, vuelven, los manda a otra parte, vuelven, a otra parte, etc pero igual fue entretenido. Aunque no anda ni cerca de la riftwar saga o la serpentwar saga.

  • Easily one of the best fantasy series ever written. I have followed Pug, Tomas, and Jimmy the Hand through continued heroic deeds. With each new book Saga, Feist wraps his tale into the original history of his world.

  • This was largely a disappointment. Too many loose ends, too many important events irrelevant to the rest of the Midkemia novels, and it just doesn't [i]fit[/i]. And the ridiculous number of monsters crammed in every space available

  • Feist met vampiers! Weer een vermakelijk en af en toe spannend avontuur, al blijft er nog steeds een beetje een game-gevoel hangen. De 'eindbazen' laten zich bijvoorbeeld wel heel netjes beurt voor beurt verslaan.

  • Feist adds another host of evil beings arrayed against the Kingdom with vampires and lich lords. The mysterious old witch plays a crucial role in this fight for the Tear.

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