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Silverthorn PDF Review:

If you are interested in the fantasy books and looking for a very good fantasy book then go ahead and download this book. If we say that this is the very different book from all the other books based on the fantasy then it will not be wrong. The place which is used in this book is Krondor. The main character around which all the story in this book revolves is Arutha. After a long time, he returns to his area and takes the seat of the new prince as well. Not just this but after taking the seat of the prince, he starts arrangements for his marriage as well.

One more very important character of the book is Jimmy the Hand. He is popular as a thief. He tries to assassinate the prince. And in order to complete this mission, he takes the help of his fellow which is a thief as well. The reason why this contract of killing the prince was given to him is the reason for being close to the prince. So he was the very best option to complete this mission. But due to a long friendship in the past, he warns the prince with some minor hints.

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About Author Raymond E. Feist:

The writer of “Silverthorn ” is an American writer. Raymond E. Feist is not just a very good fantasy writer but he is also a very good writer of the fiction, short story, and the novels as well. He is among the very fewer writers whose books have been translated into the many languages around the globe.

Features of Silverthorn PDF:

  • English is the original language of this book.
  • The United States is the original publication place of this book.
  • There are 352 pages in this book.
  • The original publication date of the book is 7th May 1985.

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