The third and last novel of Feist's successful collaborative series.
From the endlessly inventive mind of one of fantasy's all-time greats comes a spellbinding new adventure of high magic, treachery, and bloody war.
This time in conjunction with master of alternative history, Steve Stirling, Feist returns to tell the full tale of one of his fans' favourite, most colourful Riftwar characters, pickpocket, mountebank, and confidence trickster Jimmy the Hand.
Ce que les auditeurs disent de Jimmy the Hand
In all the other books regarding the mockers, the main hideout is referred to internally as "mothers" why did they decide to introduce a new name for it for this book?