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Raymond E. Feist was born in 1945 in Los Angeles, California. Feist is a popular writer
of fantasy fiction who has sold above 15 million copies in addition to
being translated into several languages, widely known for his “The
Riftwar Cycle” series.
In 1977 Feist gained a Bachelors of Arts degree in Communication Arts
with Honors from the University of California. It was at this point in
time that he gave thoughts to writing about a boy who could practice
magic. He ultimately wrote such a book after two years which was
published in 1982 by the name of the Magician – his first novel.
The positive reception his first novel Magician facilitated Feist to give writing his complete devotion. Consequently he wrote an additional two books. He wrote Silverthorn as well as Darkness at Sethanon, which are a part of his popular Riftwar Saga. He went on to write Empire Trilogy, Daughter of the Empire, Servant of the Empire and Mistress of the Empire
in collaboration with Janny Wurts. These novels gave emphasis to the
Riftwar from the Tsurani perspective as opposed to the original series
which was seen primarily from the Midkemia point of view. In addition, The Serpentwar Saga has been made available.
Feist cites Robert Louis Stephenson who wrote Treasure Island and Kidnapped along with Alexander Dumas, author of The Three Musketeers
as writers to have had the most literary influence on him in terms of
writing style and him in general.