At the Gates of Darkness

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  • Title: At the Gates of Darkness
  • Author: Raymond E. Feist
  • ISBN: 9780061468377
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Hardcover
At the Gates of Darkness

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  • 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.



939 thoughts on “At the Gates of Darkness

  • I really hate the way all fantasy series need to be trilogies these days When this happens, you end up with things like this book, a placeholder where nothing particularly interesting happens This book, and others like it, are designed to kind of tread water until the author can pull together a decent end to a trilogy Anyway, that s kind of a meta complaint My specific complaints about this book in particular are 1 that it is boring, 2 that it is really short, 3 that things that seemed like they [...]


  • Although the books of Feist have never been at the high end of the scale when it comes to literary quality, his early work was first step into the fantasy genre for me His novels gave me a taste of fantasy before tackling the heavy hitters of speculative fiction At the Gates of Darkness however, is nowhere near Feist s best The story is or less what we ve come to expect from him but the execution is sloppy and feels rushed From the Demonwar books I really get the impression Feist can t wait to [...]


  • This was an ok read, apparently finishing a two book arc in Midkemia It tied up the story fairly well, almost surprisingly in some sense However, I also find Feist s writing to continue to degrade and I may have to just give up on him at some point.One of the biggest issues is the book had extremely poor editing There were at least two occasions on which I just shook my head at very basic errors in the text One toward the end was particularly impressive a group of about 9 people splits into two [...]


  • Dreadful I ll admit that I actually stopped reading this book a bit less than halfway through If Magician had been this bad, Feist would never have been published Magician still rates in my top one or two fantasy books of all time, and prior to this, I ve read all of Feist s work Barring some sort of spectacular return to form, however, I believe this book marks the last work by Feist that I ll read.


  • This was a giveaway gift.Review Great continuation of the Demonwar Saga In this book, which I think takes place about one year after Rides a Dread Legion , an agent of Pug s Conclave of the Shadows, Jim Dasher, stumbles upon the remnants of a horrific and bloody ritual used to summon demons Reporting his finding back to the Conclave, Pug, Magnus, Amirantha, Sandreena, Gulamendis, Laromendis and others continue their search into the archives of the past to try and find out exactly what is happeni [...]


  • I wish I had the books in between this series and the initial 4 books Feist wrote about Midkemia and Pug, but sadly our public library only has bits and pieces of most authors series I did at least get to read the first book in this trilogy, and Feist does a pretty good job of filling in readers who have missed earlier books in the sequence In this trilogy Pug and his friends are faced with a whole branch of magic and magical creatures beyond Pug s knowledge and understanding, demons that have o [...]


  • To protect their world the Black Sorcerer Pug and Midkemia s clandestine protectors the Conclave of Shadows forged an uneasy alliance of formidable magical talent s.Together they defeated Maarg the brutal Demon King and turned back the on rushing death tide But Maarg s fall has not stopped the demonic onslaught The fearsome Demo Dahun and the mad Ne cromaneer Belasco have joined force,s creating an unstoppable union of deathly black magic,s that even Pug and a united conclave may not be strong e [...]


  • Just see my review of part one I just don t see why Feist himself keeps writing stuff about increasingly powerfull enemy s for pug while he s strong point was creating down to earth characters and throwing them into the madness.Anyway, after 12 years or so since I first read a Feist and all those books I will finish it so 3 books to go


  • Once again Raymond Feist reminds me why he s my favorite Fantasy genre author By killing off main characters, and by having a plot, only his serious followers would understand after reading all of his novels with his beloved PUG as the main character I would equate reading this book to seeing Empire Strikes Back, plot twists, and secrets all revealed Loved it


  • The only reason I finished this book is because I have read all the others in the entire series I will power through the rest of the books in the series, but I will never reread any of them past Talon of the Silver Hawk ever againr some reason it was there that the whole setting took a turn for the worst.Sorry.


  • While I simply adore Raymond Feist s works, it appears he phoned this one in.Sure, there was some good stuff The new characters were mildly interesting and the big battle at the end, while a bit confusing, did hold my interest But this book simply lacked the hallmark captivating story that I ve come to expect from a great author like Feist.


  • This two book saga was remarkably toothless Seems like it exists just to kill off a couple characters and satisfy Feist s contract I hope some of the other reviewers here are right, that he s setting up a greater arc for the next and last, I think series.


  • The conclusion to the demon war series of 2 books holds the interest of the previous book and resolves the main conflict, leaving some plot threads dangling for future books Good but not great.



  • This is probably the weakest of all of Feist s rift war books The good as usual his characters are amazing Well written, well rounded characters that you grow to love quickly It s not a bad story either The expansion of the Sidi character into his three brothers and their back story is great The bad The Star Elves are the focus of the previous book in this two part series but they just fade away to nothing by the end of this There s no resolution to their story or even much attention given to it [...]


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  • I love Raymond Feist At the same time, I find his later books regularly peppered with continuity errors was the the elf or the dwarf talking Who was it getting punched that time , and large sections of seat of the pants writing that belongs in a first draft Pug and his crew are supposed to be really smart, but they fall backwards through obvious clues, and in the final battles, wander from place to place with no plan, depending on Pug s super magic to save the day This book was one of the worst. [...]


  • After the devastating loose on Sorcerer s Isle, this book delivers mystery, powerful magic, and suspense than its really great predecessor After witnessing the unbelievably horrific dark and deadly rituals of the Black Caps, the question still remains, what is Belasco up to and how will this help him kill his brother Amirantha Pug and his son Magnus are closer due to their dramatic lose, and the trouble with closing the portal rift from Hub World is being dealt with by them and the Taredhel b [...]


  • After the devastating loose on Sorcerer s Isle, this book delivers mystery, powerful magic, and suspense than its really great predecessor After witnessing the unbelievably horrific dark and deadly rituals of the Black Caps, the question still remains, what is Belasco up to and how will this help him kill his brother Amirantha Pug and his son Magnus are closer due to their dramatic lose, and the trouble with closing the portal rift from Hub World is being dealt with by them and the Taredhel b [...]


  • After the devastating loose on Sorcerer s Isle, this book delivers mystery, powerful magic, and suspense than its really great predecessor.After witnessing the unbelievably horrific dark and deadly rituals of the Black Caps, the question still remains, what is Belasco up to and how will this help him kill his brother Amirantha Pug and his son Magnus are closer due to their dramatic lose, and the trouble with closing the portal rift from Hub World is being dealt with by them and the Taredhel b [...]


  • While I did not read the first book in The Demonwar Saga, I figured that I would not be too lost while exploring this new world Typically, authors will include a brief introduction in the form of the Prologue or a section in the first chapter, which helps acquaint readers with the work, so I figured At the Gates of Darkness would not be hard to adjust to.I could not finish the book There were a number of reasons why Dialogue A huge chunk of the beginning of this book was dedicated to dialogue, w [...]


  • I think my rating is based on the fact that I m finally in sight of the final conclusion I like that we stay with pug, I like that there s no miscellaneous characters that are introduced to add to the ever growing list over the cycle.I like the plot progression through the novel, that we get somewhere and get somewhere and stuff happens.I think it has to do with the fact it s a 2 book saga rather than his usual three possibly could have been easier to stomach the previous sagas if 2 were emplo [...]


  • While I did enjoy At The Gates Of Darkness, I must also admit I was a bit disappointed Rides A Dread Legion set up a potential epic three sided conflict between The Star Elves, Midkemia and The Demon Hordes but, it never materializes In fact if it weren t for the two outcast brothers helping Pug and company and a few mentions here and there, The Star Elves are all but, left out after being set up so predominately in the last book What we get is entertaining as Pug and The COnclave Of Shadows are [...]


  • I found this book to be very good, but it s also very much a continuation of the first book in the Demonwar Sage and I wouldn t ever recommend anyone to read this book before having read Rides a Dread Legion There is also several references to the previous series The Darkwar Saga.Midkemia is once threatened by evil and the Conclave of Shadows hurries to find the point of attack in time to avert the threat.The Riftwar books has grown into a regular franchise with than twenty books and it s star [...]


  • Raymond E Feist is one of my favorite authors and is my favorite fantasy author, but I have to admit that I prefer his earlier works to his recent ones His recent works seem to be telling the same story over and over again.Prior to reading this book, I would recommend reading Rides a Dread Legion, as At the Gates of Darkness is the second novel in the Demonwar Saga, so the reader might be a little lost if they jump right into At the Gates of Darkness.Overall, this was an alright book It appear [...]


  • I was lucky enough to win this book through giveaways Thank You Devastation and chaos threaten Midkemia, but Pug alone cannot stop the enemy, because he does not know who the enemy is.Demons Help, in the form of newly established Conclaves members, confer over what actions to take, as new discoveries arise from all corners of Midkemia and other worlds.Attacks A new and unknown device is located which involves a twisted plot to undermine Midkemia.The future The final stand, including armies from [...]


  • The book is classic Feist THe read was a bit faster than some others of his books that are filled with background which makes the book exciting The enemy in this book is so pervasive one wonders why the land of Midkemia did not confront this scourge full force a lot earlier in Feists writing nonetheless the buildup to the confrontation is quite dramatic I doubt any of Feists trilogies can rival the ones with the legendary figure of Prince Arutha whose personality towered above the pages of the [...]


  • I was even less impressed by this book than I was with Rides a Dread Legion To be blunt, the story is largely a rehash of Pug s former adventures where he goes back and discovers new things And technically, there were so many flaws I suspect this was ghostwritten by a high school freshman who got C s in English.For example Then the conjuration was broken, and Gulamendis extended the want Kindle location 1065 Obviously he meant wand, not want He said that would be your exact words Kindle location [...]


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