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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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Sun Jan 11th, 2004

Daughter of the Empire Due of Release 28 January 2004

France - Daughter of the Empire
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Thu Jan 8th, 2004

Legends II

If you are interested in buying a copy of the LEGENDS II: Limited Edition visit your local bookstore and request a copy or order online.
Each LEGENDS II: Limited Edition (0-345-47075-3, $150.00) book is:
* Signed by all eleven authors
* One of only 500 signed and hand-numbered copies
* Cloth-bound with gold foil on cover and spine
* Slip cased and shrink wrapped

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Mon Jan 5th, 2004

Crydee Message Board (Forum)

Crydee.com message board
The message board has gone live. The Counter reset. The guestbook has moved. The Chat Room has Returned. Check What's New at Crydee for details

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Fri Dec 19th, 2003

Legends II

Keep watching for the Legends II Scavenger Hunt, coming soon

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Fri Dec 12th, 2003

King of Foxes part 2 of the Conclave of the Shadows

Due for Release 30th March 2004

Artwork courtesy of Jennifer Brehl - Harper Collins US

US - King of Foxes
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Sat Oct 11th, 2003

Legends II Cover Art

Received today from Random House

LEGENDS II

Cover Art:
Scavenger Hunt:
Stay tuned for a chance to win a hand numbered, limited edition of Legends II signed by each of the authors!!
Jacket copy:
Fantasy fans, rejoice! Seven years after writer and editor Robert Silverberg made publishing history with Legends, his acclaimed anthology of original short novels by some of the greatest writers in fantasy fiction, the long-awaited second volume is here. Legends II picks up where its illustrious predecessor left off. All of the bestselling writers represented in Legends II return to the special universe of the imagination that its author has made famous throughout the world. Whether set before or after events already recounted elsewhere, whether featuring beloved characters or
compelling new creations, these masterful short novels are both mesmerizing stand-alones perfect introductions to the work of their authors? And indispensable additions to the epics on which they are based. Beyond any doubt, Legends II is the fantasy event of the season.
On sale December 30.2003
Author bios:
Robert Silverberg is the winner of five Hugo and five Nebula awards for his novels and short fiction.
His work began appearing during the 1950s; he has received high acclaim for, among many others, such novels as Lord Valentine's Castle (the first in the Majipoor series), Tower of Glass, Dying Inside, and Nightwings.
ROBIN HOBB
returns to the Realm of the Elderlings with Homecoming, a powerful tale in which exiles sent to colonize the Cursed Shores find themselves sinking into an intoxicating but deadly dream . . . Or is it a memory
GEORGE R. R. MARTIN
continues the adventures of Dunk, a young hedge knight,

and his unusual squire, Egg, in The Sworn Sword, set a generation before the events in

A Song of Ice and Fire.
ORSON SCOTT CARD
tells a tale of Alvin Maker and the mighty Mississippi, featuring

a couple of neer-do-wells named Jim Bowie and Abe Lincoln, in The Yazoo Queen.
DIANE GABALDON
turns to an important character from her Outlander saga Lord John Grey in Lord John and the Succubus,
a supernatural thriller set in the early days of the Seven Years War.
ROBERT SILVERBERG
spins an enthralling tale of Majipoors early history and remote future as seen through the eyes of a dilettantish poet who discovers an unexpected destiny in; The Book of Changes.
TAD WILLIAMS
explores the strange afterlife of Orlando Gardiner, from his Otherland saga, in; The Happiest Dead Boy in the World.
ANNE McCAFFREY
shines a light into the most mysterious and wondrous
of all places on Pern in the heart warming
Beyond Between.
RAYMOND E. FEIST
turns from the great battles of the Riftwar to the story of one soldier, a young man about to embark on the ride of his life, in ;The Messenger.
ELIZABETH HAYDON
tells of the destruction of Serendair and the fate of its last defenders in; Threshold, set at the end of the Third Age of her Symphony of Ages series.
NEIL GAIMAN
gives us a glimpse into what befalls the man called Shadow after the events of his Hugo Award winning novel American Gods
in
The Monarch of the Glen.
TERRY BROOKS
adds an exciting epilogue to The Wishsong ofShannara
in
Indomitable,
the tale of Jair Ohmsford s desperate quest tocomplete
the destruction of the evil Ildatch . . . Armed only with the magic of illusion.

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Sat Oct 11th, 2003

UK - Legends 2

Recently Released Legends 2 by Robert Silverberg - containing a short story by Raymond E. Feist

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Sat Oct 11th, 2003

US - Legends 2

Legends II - On sale December 30.2003

Many thanks to Random House for providing the artwork,

US - Legends 2

check out the news section for more details

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Fri Aug 29th, 2003

MMORPG Anouncement

Ray Posted the following to the mailing list

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Thu Aug 28th, 2003

Iron Realms Acquires Raymond E. Feist Rights

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
IRON REALMS ACQUIRES RAYMOND E. FEIST RIGHTS
Mill Valley, CA -- August 27, 2003 -- Iron Realms Entertainment, an award-winning California-based developer of massively multiplayer games
(MMORPGs) announced today that it has acquired the exclusive worldwide rights to produce online games based on best-selling author

Raymond E. Feist's Riftwar series of books.
'The universe Raymond writes about is incredibly epic, diverse, and detailed. I've been a fan of his books for well over fifteen years and am very
excited that we're going to get to develop games based in the world of Midkemia,' said Matt Mihaly, Iron Realms's CEO and Creative Director.
'There are millions of Feist fans out there and there's not been a game based on his work since 1998,' said Martin Best, VP of Production for Iron
Realms. 'Our plans for the license aren't finalized yet but you will definitely be seeing at least one game based on the property.'
Mr. Feist has sold over 20 million books and is one of the best selling fantasy authors in history. He's written more than fifteen books taking place in the same setting including 'Magician', 'A Darkness at Sethanon', and his latest book, 'Talon of the Silver Hawk.' His roleplaying game 'Betrayal at Krondor' (Sierra, 1993) is considered one of the finest RPGs ever, having won multiple Game of the Year awards as well as induction into Computer Gaming World's Hall of Fame. A highly-regarded sequel -- 'Return to Krondor' -- was also published by Sierra, in 1998.
'His books contain a good twenty-five distinct cultures ranging from the traditional medieval European Kingdom to the desert empire of Great Kesh, to the nomadic centaur-like Thun to the China-meets-Aztec Tsuranuanni ,' said Mihaly. 'Our games tend to focus on cooperative and combative community mechanics such as religious strife, war, and internal political conflict so this variety in culture provides for all sorts of great design opportunities.'
About Iron Realms Entertainment
Iron Realms Entertainment (formerly Achaea LLC) is an independent developer and publisher of massively-multiplayer games based in Mill Valley, California. Founded in 1997, its main focus is the development of games with depth and a focus on competitive communities. It also uses a pioneering business model in which players pay no subscription fee but are instead presented with the opportunity to purchase virtual goods and services that assist the player in the game.
IRE's games include the top-rated online text game - Achaea, Dreams of Divine Lands - as well as Aetolia, the Midnight Age, and Imperian. For
more information visit the websites at www.ironrealms.com www.achaea.com www.aetolia.com and www.imperian.com.

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Mon Jul 21st, 2003

King of Foxes

Ray posted the following to the mailing list

For those of you who keep track of such things, King of Foxes was turned
in this last week. And the revised Prince of the Blood is also in.
Best, R.E.F

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Fri Jun 27th, 2003

Jimmy the Hand has been reported on sale in the UK and Australia

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Wed Jun 25th, 2003

King of Foxes Cover

Ray Posted the following to the list regards King of Foxes

I've seen the rough draft of the US cover. Don't know what the British are doing yet. The US Cover will be similar to Talon in that it's going to be type heavy with a picture of a banner of a fox with a crown in the centre and behind that a relief of troops storming a castle. Mostly red/brown in colour if the rough I got is remotely accurate.
Best, R.E.F.

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Sun Jun 22nd, 2003

King of Foxes Turned In

Ray posted the following to the list

So, currently, I'm working on The Conclave of Shadows. So, King of Foxes was turned in last week, and after doing a short story with Janny Wurts for a collection edited by Al Sarrantonio, I'll do the author's preferred rewrite of
Prince of the Blood, then I'll go on to the last three Conclave books, Exile's
Return, The Dark Empire, and Magician's Sons.

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Sat Jun 14th, 2003

There is Currently no Publisher for the Legends of the Riftwar series, if you want the books you will have to get them from the UK

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