Honored Enemy

Honored Enemy As the Riftwar tears Midkemia apart enemies trapped in the frozen Northlands must trust each other to stay alive In the sprawling embattled land of Midkemia fate can form strange alliances Nine yea

  • Title: Honored Enemy
  • Author: Raymond E. Feist William R. Forstchen
  • ISBN: 9780060792831
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Paperback
  • As the Riftwar tears Midkemia apart, enemies trapped in the frozen Northlands must trust each other to stay alive In the sprawling, embattled land of Midkemia, fate can form strange alliances Nine years into the bloody and ongoing Riftwar, Dennis Hartraft s Marauders are cold, hungry, and exhausted Having only just survived a disastrous encounter with their sworn eAs the Riftwar tears Midkemia apart, enemies trapped in the frozen Northlands must trust each other to stay alive In the sprawling, embattled land of Midkemia, fate can form strange alliances Nine years into the bloody and ongoing Riftwar, Dennis Hartraft s Marauders are cold, hungry, and exhausted Having only just survived a disastrous encounter with their sworn enemy, the Tsurani, the soldiers are headed for a frontier garrison, where they will be able to rest and recover But Hartraft s company arrives at the same time as a Tsurani patrol, and both sides discover the stronghold overrun by a migrating horde of dark elves called dhel, a foe so deadly and vicious the bitter enemies must band together and fight as one.But can their hatred for their mutual enemy overcome their distrust of each other As the two groups, bound to each other by their common foe, make their way across the unknown Northlands to freedom, they have to struggle with not only the elements and the enemy, but also their consciences For, with both sides carrying painful scars from past wars, each man must ask himself what is important one s life or one s honor

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    1. Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths.Raymond E. Feist is an author I grew up reading, yet haven’t picked up in a long time. But when I saw this standalone novel set during the Riftwar, I decided to take a chance on one of my old favorites. Now, I’m glad I did, because Feist and William R. Forstchen deliver a great military fantasy story with Honored Enemy.It is nine years into the Riftwar on Midkemia. The battle lines are fairly stable. Frontier forts and garrisons lining the cold, rugged and [...]

    2. This is the first of my book reading where I've decided to go back and read all of the Feist, Salvatore and Weiss that I missed/skipped over the years. An active decision made to go back to authors who can tell a good tale because I'm so disillusioned with the current fantasy offerings that are being published.This book is a stand alone novel in the Riftwar series.It's nine years into the war with the Tsurani.Dennis Hartraft's garrison is up near a frontier outpost.A Tsurani garrison is there as [...]

    3. Unlike most of Raymond E. Feist (the author) books, this book lacked the fantasy element. Granted, this is a standalone sidebar to the Riftwar Saga (another series by the same author) and there were elves, dark elves and some reference to rifts but this book is just pure fiction and action.Fans of the Riftwar Saga will not see their heroes in action and find themselves embroiled in a action packed, fast paced war fiction similar to the novels of Bernard Cornwell's (a historic fiction author) Sha [...]

    4. Note: Actual review is 3.5 starsThis was my first experience with the world where the story takes place. The characters and the premise were definitely interesting, and they kept me reading. Tinuva was a mystery, and I was really worried that the authors were never going to explain his subplot. I wish there had been more information regarding the two types of elves though, particularly regarding the Returning. Why tell us about something that sounds really intriguing only to never explain WHY it [...]

    5. Writing and story was surprisingly good, so I think author really did a good work here. Enemies thrown together in desperate situation brings out best and worst of people giving reader thrilling adventure story.

    6. This was my first book in this world, and first by either of these authors. It got off to a rocky start, with a few unbelievable scenarios in short order. (view spoiler)[For example, when Dennis Hartraft has his encounter with the Dark Elf scout while circling the burnt-out fort, the author tries to tell us that this battle-hardened veteran of nine years is recovering from his near-death experience and thus not so quick on the escaping part that his comrade urges him to. This really doesn't work [...]

    7. Oh how I have missed you Raymond E Feist! I'm not sure why I haven't read one of these in a while, but I somehow got off track on some horrible fantasy novels and it was like a breath of fresh air coming back to these books. The story and characters were as good as always, and frankly I was surprised it was coauthored - seamless story telling!

    8. Eigentlich 3,5/5. Fing ganz vielversprechend an, aber gegen Schluss wurde es doch arg gewöhnlich. Spielt nicht in der Champions League der Fantasy. War aber doch nett zu lesen und hatte einen gewissen Realismus, soweit man das über Fantasy sagen kann.

    9. Enjoyed reading this book many years ago. From what I can remember of it, this was one of the many spin-off novels based around Feist's original Magician novel. I liked this one in-particular because it offered a different viewpoint on the Riftwar saga. Enemies sometimes must 'bury the hatchet', so to speak. If you liked Magician, Silverthorn and A Darkness at Sethanon, you'll more than likely enjoy this too.

    10. An interesting take on Xenophon and a decent standalone fantasy yarn. Slightly more Gemmell than epic Feist, it has a solid in predictable plot, a few twists and a reasonable ending.I didn't mind the step away from fantasy as the story carried well enough for a pleasant comfort read.

    11. The first of a major new Feist acquisition, returning to his best-loved series. Written with Bill Forstchen, acclaimed writer of great military fantasy novels in the US. FREEDOM AT ANY PRICE? Hartraft's Marauders, a crack band of Kingdom raiders, are a special unit designed to infiltrate and fight behind enemy lines. They are currently heading for a frontier garrison, after a disastrous encounter with the Tsurani. Meanwhile, a Tsurani patrol is sent to support an assault on the same garrison. Bo [...]

    12. I'm not going to lie, I was more than a little bit worried to read this book. As I mentioned in the Magician: Apprentice review, some of Feists later books are, less than good. It was right around this period when I think some of the books went off course, but I'm happy to say that this wasn't the case for this one. Be it Forstchen's coauthorship or Feist returning to the beginning of the series, Honored Enemy was amazing. I'm currently going through all of the Feist book, some for the third or [...]

    13. Good book. I liked the combination of Feist and Forstchen. It created a Feistian tale, that was a bit more close to the ground. Another tale from Feist that has a Tsurani as a major character is always welcome. Another plus was more insight into the Elves and Dark Elves of Feist's world. Feist's elves (Regular or Dark, or any other) are really the only elves I've ever been able to actually enjoy, so thanks to this team for giving me more of them.Unfortunately I have to report that while I enjoye [...]

    14. I haven't read any of Feist's other novels so I started this book with a clean slate. It covers the adventures of a group of soldiers called the Marauders as they fight their mortal enemy the Tsurani. I don't want to include much more, as it spoils many of the initial plot twists, but suffice to say there is much more depth to the plot. This is one of those books that you really just need to finish. I would have given it 2 stars about half-way through. Many of the characters felt static and I re [...]

    15. So, I thought this was kind of like lord of the rings, where you really didn't need to read the Hobbit to understand anything, but this was not so. This is one of those prequels(apparently) that you need to read after you've read the series, so you understand these "legends" or whatever that happened before. Which pretty much fails, because after all, strong books stand alone, even if they are part of a series.But, it wasn't a complete failure. It was a somewhat trite story about the enemy of my [...]

    16. EDITORIAL REVIEW:The first of a major new Feist acquisition, returning to his best-loved series. Written with Bill Forstchen, acclaimed writer of great military fantasy novels in the US. FREEDOM AT ANY PRICE? Hartraft's Marauders, a crack band of Kingdom raiders, are a special unit designed to infiltrate and fight behind enemy lines. They are currently heading for a frontier garrison, after a disastrous encounter with the Tsurani. Meanwhile, a Tsurani patrol is sent to support an assault on the [...]

    17. In all, a decent book. Corwyn is a bit too easy/predictable, and Tinuva is fleshed out too little to really make the storyline surrounding him interesting, but the main story is nice. Whenever emotions come in, Feist seems to run into trouble, as I never really find them believable enough to really be gripping (it's all a bit too heavy-handed) episodes. The Riftwar/Serpentwar/Empire series are OK (esp. Empire), but he doesn't really seem to 'get' how emotionally fraught situations should be port [...]

    18. I just jumped into this in the middle of the series.I read the first chapter, but found it uncompelling. It seemed to be sorta generic pseudo medieval fantasy fiction describing a made up war and derived political infighting. I suppose if your were previously invested in the characters it could have been interesting.On top of that the plot seemed to feature Tolkienesque plagiarisms of elvish and dwarvish peoples mixed in with interdimensional threats al la popular trends of the 1970's. In other [...]

    19. nine years into the bloody Riftwar, we find the deadly jaws of a northern mountains winter closing on the small lone wolf company called the Marauders as they make their way to a kingdom held fort to escape the weather. Led by the deeply driven Dennis Hartraft, a man who has more reason than most to despise the invading tsurani.Yet not all went as planned, for when they reached the fort, they found it in burning ruins.Now Dennis realized just how much trouble his band is in, as he must not only [...]

    20. Honoured Enemy takes place during the time of the Riftwar Saga series of books. Dennis' army of Kingdom Marauders and Asayaga's Tsurani army are forced to band together in order to survive being chased by a army of moredhel led by Bovai. Through their winter march, Dennis will discover who was responsible for the attack and murder of his fiance on his wedding day. Also through this trek,Tinuva will reveal to his friend Gregory his past with Bovai, (Which I found most interesting, along with Denn [...]

    21. Honoured Enemy takes place during the time of the Riftwar Saga series of books. Dennis' army of Kingdom Marauders and Asayaga's Tsurani army are forced to band together in order to survive being chased by a army of moredhel led by Bovai. Through their winter march, Dennis will discover who was responsible for the attack and murder of his fiance on his wedding day. Also through this trek,Tinuva will reveal to his friend Gregory his past with Bovai, (Which I found most interesting, along with Denn [...]

    22. Raymond E Feist wrote three collaborative books in this Legends of the Riftwar series. This is the best out of the three. I know from something that Feist said that he worked differently with all three of the collaborative authors he worked with but clearly whatever he did with Forstchen worked. The characters were good and you can tell that they both worked on the book, as apposed to Murder In Lamut which Feist clearly didn't waste much time on as it was rubbish.Forchen went on to write other s [...]

    23. I bought this book in the UK before its US release and loved it! I enjoy writers who give you vivid detail putting you "right there" without wrapping you up in the mundane. Feist & Forstchen take you to another time and place and then launch you off a roller coaster of adventure. And it all makes sense. I was very sad when this book was over, as there was no sequal at the time. I am overjoyed to find that the next couple books of the series have been released. Oh, joy of joys! Yes, Shanti, t [...]

    24. Feist has done it again. He is able to brilliantly capture the tragedy of war as a conflict among rulers and matter of politics as opposing sides are forced to unite and befriend one another. A Tsurani force with its own political struggles is forced to form an alliance with a special Kingdom tracking force and an elf as they flee from the murderous dark elves. The struggles of rational men who don't want to fight but are ordered to are portrayed as each side begins to befriend their sworn enemi [...]

    25. The first fantasy book I have read outside the hobbit and Harry Potter, I've always wanted to start a Raymond E feist series, but I never found the first book and it was always halfway through the storyline. This book is a great start as even though it's after magician it only briefly references it thus doesn't spoil anything, it's more focused on the side characters such as moredhel and the two battling sides who have to work together. This book also is not your typical fantasy book as it's mor [...]

    26. Honored Enemy is a strong story of two enemies working together through mutual distrust and cultural differences to stay alive. Feist does well with collaborations as his Empire trilogy with Janny Wurts was very strong and this book with William Forstchen is also strong. There is good characterization and development of the protagonists and the pace of the story is swift enough that we get past the fact that this is only a small episode in the scale of the Riftwar and features no major players. [...]

    27. When I started, it was like a slow-reading but the autor really surprises you. He tell a good story, the story of two persons, two rivals who both, to survive needs to unite forces. It's a great way how Feist is telling you and writing the story. A book with details scenes, and when you are reading, you will like the characters. The emotions, and actions, and the way they think. Dennis, an enemy to a Tsurani. "Fighting something bigger than them, uniting forces, and then, the honor asks you this [...]

    28. This was an unexpectedly excellent book. While i was waiting for the next book to come out in the regular series i grew impatient and decided to read a derivative story of one of the older themes, assuming this was not going to hold my interest like the major running themes but i was wrong. My only regret is that form what i can surmise the author is not going to continue the very interesting character of Harttraft in future editions. He is a classic anti hero hero and his edge holds the pages o [...]

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