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Magician: Apprentice An alternate cover edition of this ISBN can be found hereTo the forest on the shore of the Kingdom of the Isles, the orphan Pug came to study with the master magician Kulgan His courage won him a place at court and the heart of a lovely Princess, but he was ill at ease with normal wizardry Yet his strange magic may save two worlds from dark beings who opened spacetime to renew the ageold battle between Order and Chaos [Reading] ➷ Gender in Psychoanalytic Space By Muriel Dimen – Lavons.co.uk the orphan Pug came to study with the master magician Kulgan His courage won him a place at court and the heart of a lovely Princess ❰PDF / Epub❯ ★ Insight and Interpretation Author Roy Schafer – Lavons.co.uk but he was ill at ease with normal wizardry Yet his strange magic may save two worlds from dark beings who opened spacetime to renew the ageold battle between Order and Chaos



10 thoughts on “Magician: Apprentice

  1. says:

    FANTASY FANS PLEASE READ!

    Updating this review in June 2016. I was just discussing this series with a friend I recommended this to and we were both saying how shocked we are how few people have read it because it is so good. It can be hard to find Feist's books in stores or at the library - but it shouldn't be!

    I am not saying that everyone will end u


  2. says:

    Buddy read with some wonderful peeps over at BB&B

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    I really enjoyed this book! I love the main character, Pug. I loved his friendship with his best friend Tomas.

    Pug got picked to be the magician Kulgan's


  3. says:

    Earlier this year I got back into the fantasy genre by reading Patrick Rothfuss' The Name of the Wind. Since then I've been reading backwards; finding the authors Rothfuss was favorably compared to and reading their books.

    I was very taken with the author I read next, George R. R. Martin, and would happily have continued the Song of Fire and Ice series, but apparently th


  4. says:

    *** 4 ***

    A buddy read with the Epic Fantasy aficionados at BB&B!

    I can't believe I waited so long to read this series! Unfortunately, I am weird and used to start on a series only when the last book of said series was published. Then I came to the understanding that if I stuck with this trend, there would be way too many good books I might never get to enjoy in


  5. says:

    Via Book Reviews by Niki Hawkes at www.nikihawkes.com

    When customers approach me for a fantasy recommend, I always ask: have you read Feist? As the long-time favorite of my family, Magician: Apprentice is the book that first inspired my love of the genre. I've gone through hundreds of books since then, and it


  6. says:

    Re-read.

    I devoured this book and the next four back in the late eighties and SERIOUSLY desired more... and yet, I never did get around to picking up all the subsequent books... until now.

    Of course, I needed to re-read an old love and see if it stands up to the test of time, and you know what I found?

    Fantastical fantasy goodness! I love it! And you know what's be


  7. says:

    I wanted to like this book. I really did. First, a major caveat: The Magician: Apprentice is only one part of a two-volume novel. The second volume, The Magician: Master, completes the tale. Given this, it isn’t really fair to judge the first volume on many points, so keep in mind that my review applies almost exclusively to this first volume.

    The Magician: Apprentice


  8. says:

    Started out well. I liked the main character, it seemed like it might be interesting. Then they walked into the mines of Moria, visited Galadriel in Lothlorien, (but he renamed them all, cuz he's smart like that) and the main character disappeared halfway through the narrative.

    The characters were flat as cardboard, particularly the females, and he spent most of his time telling rather than showi


  9. says:

    Magician: Apprentice is an appealing introduction into an epic fantasy series that a newbie can enjoy. It offers a young hero who is just at the beginning of his journey to find his purpose in life. Feist offers a fantasy world on the brink of war from a threat that has the capacity to bring great change to Midkemia as they know it.

    While the world has a typical medieval-type feel, the variety of rac


  10. says:

    I first read this book shortly after it came out in the early 80's while in my 20's. It's every bit as enjoyable on the 4th read almost 30 years later. In many ways, it is a very typical fantasy, but the character's pop very well & the world has enough new elements to make it quite intriguing. The quick pace hides a complexity that becomes apparent as the story progresses & we're led deeper into the world.


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