Summary

A poisoned bolt has struck down the Princess Anita on the day of her wedding to Prince Arutha of Krondor.
To save his beloved, Arutha sets out in search of the mytics herb called Silverthorn that grows only in the dark and forbidding land of the Spellweavers.
Accompanied by a mercenary, a minstrel, and a clever young thief, he will confront an ancient evil and do battle with the dark powers that threaten the enchanted realm of Midkemia.
©2017 Raymond Feist (P)2017 Random House Audio
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"I found Silverthorn to be as exciting and absorbing as Magician in every way. The excellent characterization wedded to a tight and well-timed plot makes it one of the outstanding fantasy offerings of the season." (Andre Norton)
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5 out of 5 stars
By Michael Land on 14-11-17

Love it

Love this book, been waiting a long time, and it was worth the wait. I can not wait for the rest of the books in the cycle

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4 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 24-03-18

I cherish this series.

I have read these books many times. These characters are dear to me. I was so happy to get these in audio book form. But the narrator is ill suited for these books. His pronunciation of places and names pulls me out of the story. His performance is too sedate for this tale.

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