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raymond e. feist

I know this is a teen reads book club and raymond feists books may be adult reads, but i am a teen and have read over 15 of his books. I would like any one that reads this to write about thier fav book he has written so we can discuse the way he writes and the plot of the story. My faviorite book would have to be Magician because it is the start of every thing and it gives you a sense of why the charecters are the way they are in later books. and it shows the rise of pug which is great to.

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