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by Raymond E. Feist

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ISBN:
0006497004
ISBN13:
978-0006497004
Author:
Raymond E. Feist
Publisher:
HARPER COLLINS 1 PAP; New Edition edition (1996)
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Pages:
400 pages
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1685 kb
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1192 kb
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Thrillers & Suspense
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Rating:
4.4

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Home Raymond E. Rise of a Merchant Prince, . Feeding might cease awhile, and with it physical growth, but it had learned during the war that physical growth, while impressive, wasn’t as important as knowing things. The contents of the soul jar were a being rich in knowledge, and this little demon meant to have that knowledge.

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d in direct contrast to the calm evidenced in the common room and the private areas on the second floor of Barret’s. The large oak double doors kept the sound away from those merchants and traders negotiating in hushed voices throughout the coffee house. Roo had sought employment for almost a week before he thought of Barret’s.

Rise of a Merchant Prince is a fantasy novel by American writer Raymond E. Feist. It is the second book of The Serpentwar Saga, preceded by Shadow of a Dark Queen and followed by Rage of a Demon King. Erik von Darkmoor and Rupert Avery (Roo), have returned to Krondor after serving in Calis special unit that was sent down to the continent of Novindus. Erik plans on staying in the army as a corporal in the coming war, and Roo states that he plans on becoming a rich trader.

I RISE OF A MERCHANT PRINCE Erik turned to Roo. "Wonder what the Harbormaster will say to the Admiral.

Erik chooses the army-and the continuing war against Midkemia's dread enemies. I RISE OF A MERCHANT PRINCE Erik turned to Roo. Roo glanced aft as the Admiral made his way to the main deck, and considered the question.

Rise of a Merchant Prince - Raymond E. The Prince’s city spread out along the docks, rose on hills to the south, and spread out of sight to the north. The panorama was impressive as the ship sped in from the sea. The young man-eighteen years of age at the next Midsummer’s festival-had thought on numerous occasions over the past year and more that he would never see the city again. Yet here he was, finishing up his watch atop the mizzen mast of the Freeport Ranger, a ship under the command of Admiral Nicholas, brother to the King of the Kingdom of the Isles and uncle to the Prince of Krondor.

Rise of a Merchant Prince. The Serpentwar Saga continues! The second book in master fantasist Raymond E. Feist’s New York Times bestselling classic epic fantasy adventure of war, magic, betrayal, and heroism, Rise of a Merchant Prince chronicles the further exploits of the young protagonists of Shadow of a Dark Queen in the aftermath of the initial confrontation with the fearsome reptilian Sauur and the invading armies of the dreaded Emerald.

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Rise of Merchant Prince Feist R HarperCollins USA 9780380720873 Восход принца купцов Фист: Feist has a natural talent for keeping the reader turning pages. The Serpentwar Saga continues The second book in master fantasist Raymond E. Feists New York Times bestselling classic epic fantasy adventure of war, magic, betrayal, and heroism, Rise of a Merchant Prince chronicles the further exploits of the young protagonists of Shadow of a Dark Queen in the aftermath of the initial confrontation with the fearsome reptilian Sauur and the invading armies of. the dreaded Emerald Queen.

Rise of A Merchant Prince e. i. Other books by Raymond E. Feist: Magician Silverthom A Darkness at Sethanon . The Author asserts the moral right to he identified as the author of this work

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Reviews:
  • Gholbirdred
I've been reading Feist's Magician novels for some 20 years now, starting from a chance introduction from a college friend during a lazy summer day while looking for something to pass my time. Feist is definitely among my favorite authors. I enjoyed Rise of a Merchant Prince along with the rest of the Serpent War Saga.

My review is with respect to the quality of its e-book digitalization.

As I've been working overseas for many years, without access to my print library of Feist's work, I decided to purchase the Kindle Editions for a nostalgic re-read (downloaded Nov 2015). I have to say that I've been somewhat disappointed with the product received.

Many subsections are not formatted correctly with paragraphs concatonated and sections merged together. If I wasn't already familiar with the story, it could lead to some confusion. In one particular section, notably when Roo approaches Erik for a loan, minor continuity details of the exchange with the Duke have been omitted. Overall it's as if the person(s) responsible for digitalization and editing haven't read the story before or proofed the work for continuity before release.

It's a shame that the digitalization was so poorly completed; it detracted from my ability to enjoy the story again.

Should the publisher update the editing, I will likewise be happy to update my review.
  • Landarn
I'm enjoying the book and series and would rate this 5 stars is it wasn't for the terrible editing of the Kindle edition.

My word is it bad. There are typos everywhere and paragraphs that should not flow directly into each other do. For example, two separate section of the story but in the same chapter that should be separated by a line break but are not. It's jarring and takes me out of the story. Far enough out that I've stopped reading to make this complaint. It's like the publisher just slapped a paperback on the scanner and sent it off to Amazon without proofing it first.
  • Use_Death
I love the Serpentwar saga, but this ebook is terribly formatted. Any non-chapter transition is lost. The usual visual indicators... font changes, spacing... are completely absent, leading to a jarring and confusing reading experience.
  • Wizard
I've always thought this book stood out as a little different. Some people might argue that it is really unneeded as it doesn't advance the plot of the Serpent War much. However, I like the more personal story of Rio and his rise to wealth. It gives a different perspective of the world, that you wouldn't see in most fantasy settings. The Kindle edition could do with some editing as you go from one sentence talking about Roo, to the next talking about Calis on the other side of the world with no page breaks.
  • BroWelm
A continuation of a fantasy series that is really enjoyable. Most of the book didn't follow up on the previous book, but I'm sure it will all tie together in the end. The book has interesting characters, a great plot, as long as you don't mind spending time reading a series that is going to be two more books after this one. Well worth the time.
  • mIni-Like
Not going to do a book report for you but this book builds on the first one in the series and relates to earlief (in their timeline). So if this is the first one you have read, or want to read, STOP RIGHT NOW! Go to Wikipedia and read the series from start to finish.
  • Nalmezar
[This applies to the Kindle version only.]

The book - story, plot, writing, characters - was excellent. However, it was very clear that the book had been prepared for ebook format through an optical scan, not from a text file. There were numerous typographical, spelling and punctuation errors as a result. There are no characters or lines - only an extra space - to break scenes. Since the line spacing is fairly loose to begin with, that made for some confusing moments. The production of the ebook does not do Feist's works justice.

This assessment applies to the Kindle versions of all four Serpentwar books - Shadow of a Dark Queen, Rise of a Merchant Prince, Rage of a Demon King and Shards of a Broken Crown. All were apparently prepared for publication in the same way, sans proofreading, with text just dumped on the page.
I couldn't put it Down! Totally enjoyed following the exploits of Eric and Roo and I have to start the next book right now because I have to know what happens next. Loved this book as much as the first.
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