Skip to main content
PBS logo
Want fewer ads?

Search - Magician: Master (Riftwar Saga, Bk 2)

Magician: Master (Riftwar Saga, Bk 2)
Magician Master - Riftwar Saga, Bk 2
Author: Raymond E. Feist
He held the fate of two worlds in his hands... — Once he was an orphan called Pug, apprenticed to a sorcerer of the enchanted land of Midkemia.. Then he was captured and enslaved by the Tsurani, a strange, warlike race of invaders from another world. — There, in the exotic Empire of Kelewan, he earned a new name -- Milamber. He learned to tame the...  more »
Info icon
ISBN-13: 9780553564938
ISBN-10: 0553564935
Publication Date: 1/1/1994
Pages: 499
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.

4.1 stars, based on 190 ratings
Publisher: Bantam Spectra
Book Type: Paperback
Reviews: Member | Amazon | Write a Review

Top Member Book Reviews

reviewed Magician: Master (Riftwar Saga, Bk 2) on + 40 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
This is a sequel to Magician: Apprentice. They were both quite good.
reviewed Magician: Master (Riftwar Saga, Bk 2) on + 10 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Great book, the series starts falling off later
Read All 9 Book Reviews of "Magician Master Riftwar Saga Bk 2"

Please Log in to Rate these Book Reviews

dragoneyes avatar reviewed Magician: Master (Riftwar Saga, Bk 2) on + 702 more book reviews
This is the 2nd book of 4 in the Riftwar series. I liked the first book a lot and like this one a little bit better. It starts off where Apprentice leaves off. Pug is now a slave in another world and Tomas is struggling with a power that can overtake him. The war continues and no one sees it ending anytime soon.
If you liked the first in this series, you'll definetly like this book. I gave it 4 stars only because when it got to the parts on the war strategies, politics, etc., it tended to bore me a bit. That's just me though. I would still highly recommend the book.
reviewed Magician: Master (Riftwar Saga, Bk 2) on + 636 more book reviews
I really enjoyed this conclusion! Although, I must admit, that for the sake of convenience, I am much relieved that _Apprentice_ and _Master_ are broken up into their own volumes. Two characters that I recalled quite fondly from the first time reading this series, Amos Trask and Jimmy the Hand, play larger roles here, and I am quite excited to continue reading this series. And while this is a conclusion, of sorts, by the end there are still many questions raised and issues left unresolved at the end. Which is why this makes a great start to a terrific series! Feist's characters, however, more so even than his exciting plotting, are what drives his novels. After all, it has been over a decade and perhaps a thousand books between the first time reading them and now, and when Jimmy the Hand swooped in, or Amos arrived, I broke out into a huge grin, fondly remembering them and delighted to hear about them again.
reviewed Magician: Master (Riftwar Saga, Bk 2) on
part 2 of a riviting series still coninuting today


Want fewer ads?