source for free and affordable eBooks


Powered by FreeFind

Site search
Web search

    THE KING'S BUCCANEER by Raymond E. Feist (Bantam Books, 1992)

    Nicholas, youngest prince of the Kingdom of the Isles, is sent to Castle Crydee to toughen up and learn to be a man. When Crydee is destroyed by mysterious invaders from across the supposedly endless ocean, Nicholas is forced to confront his deepest fears and assume the leadership role his birth required.

    THE KING'S BUCCANEER follows in Raymond E. Feist's powerful Riftwar series (see more reviews of novels by this author), detailing the ongoing conflict between humans, elves, and others against the snake people. The action never stops as Nicholas and his comrads plunge from one problem to the next. Although a few of the details could have been more fully explored (exactly what was the deal with Nicholas's foot), THE KING'S BUCCANEER is an important element in the great Feist fantasy canon.

    Three Stars

    Ready to buy it? Click the button:

    Want to learn more?
    Click this link and see more reviews, similar books, and other Amazon information on THE KING'S BUCCANEER from

    Rather buy it from Barnes and Noble?
    Click this link for THE KING'S BUCCANEER from Barnes and

    Too generous? Too stingy. Or did I miss the whole point? Send your comments to I'll publish the best letters I get so let me know if I can use your name. Banner Exchange