Magician’s End (The Chaoswar Saga, Book 3) by Raymond E. Feist

Magician’s End (The Chaoswar Saga, Book 3)

By Raymond E. Feist

  • Release Date: 2013-05-06
  • Genre: Epic
Score: 4.5
From 127 Ratings
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Discover the fate of the original black Magician, Pug, as prophecy becomes truth in the last book of the Riftwar Cycle.


The dragons are calling…

Civil war is tearing apart the Kingdom of the Isles, for the throne lies empty and rivals are converging. Having spirited his beloved Princess Stephané safely out of Roldem, Hal – now Duke of Crydee – must turn his attention to the defence of the ancient realm so that a king can be anointed by the Congress of Lords, rather than by right of might.

But the greatest threat may well lie out of the hands of men. Somewhere in the Grey Towers Mountains something not of this world is emerging. It will require that alliances be made between mortal enemies if disaster is to be averted.

Elves and men must stand together, ancient heroes must rise again, dragons must fly and Pug, Magnus and the other magic-users of Midkemia must be prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice if the whole world is to be saved.


'Epic scope… fast moving action…vivid imagination' Washington Post

‘Feist’s fans will look forward to the saga’s final episode’ Publishers Weekly

‘If you gain any enjoyment whatsoever from reading fantasy then this is a novel that you simply cannot afford not to read’ Fantasy Book Review

‘Feist has a command of language and a natural talent for keeping the reader turning pages’ Chicago Sun-Times

‘Feist constantly amazes with his ability to create great casts of characters’ SF Site

‘With his storytelling mastery and ear for colourful language and nuance, the author of numerous books set in the dual worlds of Midkemia and Kelewan here launches a series that takes his fantasy universe into a whole new phase’ Library Journal

About the author

Raymond E. Feist was born and raised in Southern California. He was educated at the University of California, San Diego, where he graduated with honours in Communication Arts. He is the author of the bestselling and critically acclaimed Riftwar saga among other books.


  • Magicians End

    By Margrox2
    Loved this book. Loved the whole series of Magician. Raymond E Feist is the greatest fantasy writer I have read. Thank you for them all.
  • Chris myrtle

    By ChrisyMuggles
    Great read, shame in a way it's the end. Loved it!
  • It's been an emotional roller coaster...

    By Ostentatious80
    But I've thoroughly enjoyed the ride! The characters have become as close to friends as fiction and imagination can allow. I shall miss their wonderful development, the neatly portrayed scenery and above all, the feeling of "just being there". Nicely done, Raymond, and congratulations for reaching the end. Thank you for engaging my imagination over the years, and (as I said to you at Supanova Sydney 2013) thank you for Jimmy - my overall favourite. I can't wait to get my son into these books and start this journey all over again! All the best...
  • Epic finale

    By Jordypakes
    For the last 20 years I have been reading about Pug, Tomas, Nakor, the conDoins, the Jamisons, Eric, Calis and the rest of Feist's unique and intricate characters. Although sad to have finished the journey, I will re-read and enjoy the books many more times in the future. What an amazing finale...
  • Wish there was more

    By Maximus64hsjs
    This book is the perfect ending to probably the best story I have ever read, can't wait till there is a movie. So sad that I won't be able to hear about pug and his adventures. Please create something more for me to read
  • Awesome

    By Drgnflair
    The end of an era. Magician was the first book I ever read, now here we stand 30 books later. This book made me laugh, made me cry and was a thoroughly enjoyable read that I could not put down. Raymond is a wonder with his storytelling.
  • A magnificent end

    By Steakordeath
    A moving departure from characters that I have known so long. Thank you Mr. Feist.
  • Fan

    By Bobypoossw
    Love'd the book but very sad that this will be the last book in an excellent series
  • A surprisingly disappointing final book for an epic series

    By Vash`
    80% of the book seemed to be focused solely only the "meaning of the universe" which sadly ruined Shards of a Broken Crown......