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Here you will find the latest news in the world of Raymond E. Feist. It maybe the title of the next book, a new release or even a new project, but it could also be an update on an existing project. What ever it is though, we hope to present it to you as soon as we are aware of it. If you know something we don't, that relates to Raymond E. Feist, and believe it should be here, then please contact us.

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Fri May 2nd, 2008

Legends 2 Released in France

J'ai Lu have recently released Robert Silverbergs Legends II, entitled Légendes de la Fantasy, Tome 1. It contains the Short Story - The Messenger  by Raymond E. Feist, find out more under Short Stories.

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Sun Apr 20th, 2008

'Rides a Dread Legion' is announced

Ray today announced on the Feistfans-l mailing list, the finalised title of the next book, and the first book of The Demonwar Saga

From: Raymond E. Feist
Date: 20 April 2008

The official title is now "Rides a Dread Legion."

Best, R.E.F.

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Tue Apr 1st, 2008

raymondfeistbooks.com joins crydee

We are pleased to announce that after discussions with Ray and HarperCollins, raymondfeistbooks.com has joined the crydee.com fold of websites.

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Fri Mar 28th, 2008

Filmed Interview with Raymond E Feist

There is a video interview with Raymond E. Feist at mondedulivre . The interview was recorded in the offices of Bragelonne on Friday, March 14 2008 during his recent trip to France for the Paris Expo.

Many thanks to Marc Varence for providing the link

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Sun Mar 9th, 2008

Magician Apprentice Comic Book Adaptation to continue

Ray posted the following about the comic book adaptation to the Feistfans-l Mailing List

From: Raymond Feist
Date: 09 March 2008

OK, Marvel is publishing through issue 18, which will finish Apprentice.  We are talking about doing Master, which is all I can say right now.

Best, R.E.F.

 

Admin Note
So good news for all, we will see the end of apprentice, and maybe Master too

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Fri Mar 7th, 2008

FREE e-book of Flight of the Nighthawks

HarperCollins e-books & e-audio are giving away a free download of the Flight of the Nighthawks eBook by Raymond E. Feist, book one in the Darkwar Saga. It is available in Adobe, Microsoft and Mobipocket formats. There are restrictions as to who may apply. For more details see the website here

The offer is valid until April 30th 2008

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Mon Mar 3rd, 2008

UK Wrath of a Mad God - OUT NOW

The UK hardback of Wrath of a Mad God is officially released today. It is believed this also applies to the Australian and New Zealand editions.

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Fri Feb 29th, 2008

Gemany releases The Wood boy comic

Panini the German publisher of the comic adaptation of Magician Apprentice has just released the combined comic book adaptation of The Wood Boy, by Ray Feist and The Burning Man by Tad Williams you can find out more in Comic Books.

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Thu Feb 28th, 2008

Wrath of a Mad God out in Australia

It has been reported that Wrath of a Mad God has been seen in some stores in Australia, so if you want a copy, nows your chance

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Wed Feb 27th, 2008

More on Future books and titles

Ray advised to the Feistfans-l Mailing list the titles of the upcoming books. Thes emay be subject to change though.

From: Raymond Feist
Date: 27 February 2008

The next one is running a bit late due to the move, but I expect to have it done soon.  It's the first in a new series, a two booker called The DemonWar Saga.  It's untitled right now, but I'm leaning towards Comes A Terrible Legion, but haven't quite fallen in love with that one yet. The second one is Return of the Demon King.  After that comes the ChaosWar Saga: A Kingdom Besieged, A Crown Imperiled, and Magician's End.

Then I take a vacation.

Best, R.E.F.

 

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Sat Feb 23rd, 2008

UK Wrath of a Mad God seen in the wild

The UK Hardback of Wrath of a Mad god has already been seen in the wild. So you may be able to pick up a copy at your local store.

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Tue Feb 19th, 2008

Future books and titles

Following on from a question on the Feistfans-l mailing list today. as to how many books remain. Ray provided the following response.

Two more books in the DemonWar Saga, then three in the ChaosWar Saga.

So, from Magician to Magicians End (title of last book), 30 novels in The Riftwar Cycle.

Best,  R.E.F.

The important thing to note there is the title of the last book has been revealed 'Magician's End'
(Though I would suspect that untill it is released, there is still a chance it could change)

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Mon Jan 28th, 2008

A few firsts for Crydee

In the near 8 years of Crydee's existence we have seen continual growth in visitors.

For January 2008, a daily average of 8532 pages have been viewed by 1204 visitors.

We would like to thank those who visit Crydee for their patronage, and hope we will continue to provide the quality of imformation expected.

One last  little fact, over 2 million pages have been served in the last year.

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Mon Jan 21st, 2008

UK Wrath of a Mad God on Schedule

The UK hardback of Wrath of a Mad God is in production, and on schedule for its release date

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Thu Jan 17th, 2008

Geoff Taylor Exhibition - Advance information UPDATE

The exhibition has been renamed entitiled "Fantasy and Wildlife Art". It will be held at the Dock Museum, Barrow-in-Furness between 2nd June 2009 to 30th August 2009

At present it is still un-known if any of the art used on Raymond E. Feist books will be present, as soon as we know we will post it here. Even if its not, this is still a great chance to see some of the Geoff's cover art in real life, where you will likely notice a lot of detail not seen in the covers.

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