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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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Sat Apr 2nd, 2011

US A Kingdom Besieged - Coming Soon...

There are now only 10 days to go till the official release date for the US edition of A Kingdom Besieged. However, if the UK/Australia/New Zealand release is anything to go by, copies may start to appear in stores any time now.

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Mon Mar 7th, 2011

Midkemian Cartographer - Updated

Ralph M. Askren DVM, cartographer for the map used in recent releases of Raymond E. Feist's books, sent us an updated image for his page in the Artist Corner.

If you would like to see the image visit the Ralph M. Askren page in the Artist & Illustrators section of Artist Corner.

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Sat Mar 5th, 2011

A thank you to Ray

The administrators of Crydee.com would like to thank Raymond E. Feist for his acknowledgement of Crydee.com in his latest book, A Kingdom Besieged. We are also extremely honoured by the books dedication.

We would also like to thank him for his acknowledgement of the Feistfans-l Mailing list, on behalf of members past and present, and Dan Lorey, owner of the mailing list. 

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Wed Mar 2nd, 2011

A Kingdom Besieged On Sale UK/ Australia New Zealand

A Kingdom Besieged is already available in many stores in the UK, Australia and New Zealand. Don't wait too long before you get your copy, they might sell out.

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Sat Feb 26th, 2011

A Crown Imperiled soon to be handed in

Ray mentioned the following earlier this week on facebook:

Just about to hand A Crown Imperiled in. Lead time is about a year. Magician's End will be in by Christmas.

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Wed Feb 23rd, 2011

A Kingdom Besieged Video Teaser

Harper Collins UK have sent us a video teaser for A Kingdom Besieged, which we are pleased to make available to you.

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Tue Feb 22nd, 2011

A Kingdom Besieged Making an Appearance

It would appear thet A Kingdom Besieged is already starting to make an appearance in some stores. It has been reported to have been sighted in Dublin and Australia.

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Wed Feb 9th, 2011

US - A Kingdom Besieged release date slips

According to our contact at Mysterious Galaxy, the release date for the US edition of A Kingdom Besieged has slipped to the 12 April 2011.

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Mon Feb 7th, 2011

The Czech publisher Wales, is planning to release At the Gates of Darkness sometime in May 2011, this will bring them to the end of the Demonwar. As soon as we have further information, ISBN, cover, etc, we will add to the Publication Information section. For now our thanks go to Michal Štipský of Wales, the publisher.

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Fri Feb 4th, 2011

France - Magician Paperback

It looks like Milady will be releasing a new two part paperback version of Magician by Raymond E. Feist on 18th March 2011. The titles we have are Magicien 1 - L'Apprenti and Magicien 2 - le mage. As soon as we have covers we will make them available for your viewing.

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Fri Feb 4th, 2011

Bragelonne, the French publisher will be releasing la légion de la terreur (Rides a Dread Legion) the first book of the Demonwar Saga by Raymond E. Feist. The book is expected on the 18th February 2011. Details can be found in the Publication Information, but for now a smaller view of the cover can be seen below.

la légion de la terreur - Rides a Dread Legion - France

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Fri Feb 4th, 2011

French Empire Trilogy to get new covers

It appears that Bragelonne will soon be putting new covers on the Empire Trilogy - Fille de l'Empire, Pair de l'Empire, Maitresse de l'Empire, by Raymond E. Feist and Janny Wurts. We have basic Publication information at present and will update as soon as more is available.

 

Fille de l'Empire

 

Pair de l'Empire

 

Maitresse de l'Empire

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Fri Feb 4th, 2011

Czech Demonwar Saga Begins

We have just added the Publication Information for the Czech release of Válka s démony - Hrozba (Rides a Dread Legion), the first book in the Demonwar Saga by Raymond E. Feist. The book appears to have been released by the publisher, Wales sometime in 2010. If your the publisher of his representative and your reading this, please contact us, so we can be updated on future releases. For now you can find the cover below.

 

Czech - Válka s démony - Hrozba - Rides a Dread Legion

 

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Fri Feb 4th, 2011

Riftwar Legacy - Netherlands, Gets New Covers

It looks like the Dutch Publisher Boekerij - Mynx has updated the Riftwar Legacy with new covers in the Netherlands.  Krondor: het verraad, Krondor: de moordenaars and Krondor - Traan der Goden, were re-released on 13 January 2011, the new covers are much brighter than the old version, as can be seen below. More publication details can be found the the appropriate section of Publication Information.

 

Krondor: het verraad - Krondor the Betrayal cover

 

Krondor: de moordenaars - Krondor the Assassins cover

 

Krondor - Traan der Goden - Krondor Tear of the Gods cover

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Mon Jan 31st, 2011

Crydee - forum closure

It is with deep regret that we have decided after long deliberation, to close the forum, with immediate effect. Membership has declined to almost non existent levels.

Of those members remaining only a handful actually post. In fact the majority of our time is spent activating new members / spammers, and a week or so later deleting those that never visited.

People have changed their expectations of the forum and to come to just read all the discussions, with only a few starting them..

For those still wishing to discuss the works of Raymond Feist, I would suggest looking up the Feistfans-l mailing list (addresses can be found at Crydee.

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