At the Gates of Darkness - Raymond E. Feist

At the Gates of Darkness

By Raymond E. Feist

  • Release Date: 2010-04-06
  • Genre: Fantasy
At the Gates of Darkness book review score

4 Score: 4 (From 156 Ratings)

At the Gates of Darkness Raymond E. Feist Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Ten years after the terrible Darkwar finally ended, catastrophe once again threatens to engulf Midkemia and Kelewan, as the demon hordes continue their relentless quest to infiltrate this realm of magic and wonder. . . .

At the Gates of Darkness
Book Two of the Demonwar Saga

To protect their world from the savage demon hordes, the Black Sorcerer Pug and Midkemia's clandestine protectors, the Conclave of Shadows, forged an uneasy alliance of formidable magical talents. Together, this brave band of wizards, demon masters, warriors, and elves defeated the brutal Demon King Maarg and turned back the onrushing death tide.

But Maarg's fall has not stopped the demonic onslaught, and danger now looms greater than ever before. Amid the barren ridges of the Valley of Lost Men, in the shadows of an ancient Keshian fortress, the fearsome demon Dahun and the mad necromancer Belasco have joined forces, creating an unstoppable union of deathly black magics that even Pug and a united Conclave may not be strong enough to withstand.

Battling the Demon Legion has taken a heavy blood toll on the valiant and dedicated magician, claiming the lives of nearly all those he loves. Though he is racked by despair and rage, Pug knows that the time for mourning must wait. Putting aside his pain, he and the Conclave and their allies—the cold-blooded master spy Jim Dasher; the fearsome young Knight-Adamant Sandreena; her former lover the necromancer Amirantha; two renegade Star Elves; and Pug's surviving son, Magnus—must marshal their resources against this latest threat. None can forget the dozens of worlds overrun by the demon plague and the millions of dead left behind in their wake. At the gates of darkness, where shadows hide even deeper shadows, these magical defenders will face what is sure to be the bloodiest, nastiest fight their land has ever seen. And as evil, mayhem, and dark magic are unleashed, none can predict if they—and Midkemia itself—will survive.

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User reviews about this book

  • Another great book

    By John17837
    This is another great book by Raymond Feist. The characters are real and very believable. I am an avid fan of all his books.
  • It was good

    By VyperLuke
    Compared to other feist books this was lower than the amazing tales that we read, but it was nonetheless a good read. Not as much action told in the same detailed thrilling manner, but still good. I dread the day that the tales of midkemia will be ending.
  • My first Feist

    By MLWinPGH
    This was not an easy read for me. Perhaps if I had read whichever of Feist's books is Part 1 of this story I would have had an easier time with names, places, events, and the races and powers of the characters.
  • Just fantastic as usual!

    By Troy Bluffton
    If you've read any other Feist, you will enjoy this one!

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