Re: Feist still worthy of a read?
I think to be honest he has recycled stuff a lot, but overall theres still a core story there, he has two more to write, after that hes starting something new (sadly i dont think he will ever finish the Krondor series of books but we can figure out who the crawler was anyway its more how Jazhara died i will always wonder)
Its true the last few years the books have been a little less amazing than before but then each new series the scope has changed,
in the original few series we were only worried about the kingdom, then it expanded outwards towards the world of midkemia, then further, now we see the fates of various plains of reality held in the balance.
Admittedly the constant new varieties of elf are getting a little much, dont get me wrong i love the back story to the eldar, glamredhel, moredhel and eledhel but come on as fractured as the edhel are did we need the ocedhel, anoredhel and taredhel?
I will keep reading them as long as he keeps writing them i guess ive been a fan of his work since 1993 when i first played betrayal at krondor on my old computer 18 years later i have every book, short story, graphic novel and both games and while im intreaged at how this long saga is going to end and while ill admit part of me is going to be sad that a constant in my life for many years will end, im also kind of keen to see how the story ends so he can try write something else, Pug has never been my favourite character (dont get me wrong hes an amazing guy and all but the shorter lived characters who lived breathed and died all in one book are always the ones that got to me most (Morvai/tinuva, Gorath to name a couple)