• by Anne McCaffrey, Raymond E. Feist, George R. R. Martin
  • Narrated by Sam Tsoutsouvas, Kathryn Walker, Frank Muller
  • 6 hrs and 40 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The monumental series of audio original fantasy concludes with this collection of three all-new stories by Anne McCaffrey, Raymond E. Feist, and George R.R. Martin. All of them are set in the uncanny realms of their phenomenally popular novels. McCaffrey returns to her work of romance and adventure to tell the story of a "Runner of Pern". Feist's Riftwar Saga is the setting for the revenge of "The Wood Boy". And Martin sets his adventure of "The Hedge Knight" in the generation before his epic A Song of Ice and Fire. These stories are part of Legends, a collection of original short novels by the world's most celebrated authors of fantasy.


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This is a 3 story volume, and I must admin that I only bought it because of the story by George R.R. Martin. I did want to hear the McCaffrey and Feist stories too, in the hopes of finding more authors that I like. In The Hedge Knight, I was not disappointed. If you have read any of the Song of Ice and Fire series, you will enjoy this mini-prequal. GRRM truly is one of the masters of fantasy.

However, the Runner of Pern is a predictable, contrived, and uninteresting girl-meets-boy love story. I had never read any of the Pern series, and this was not a positive first experience. She is a good enough writer, but the premise of the story leaves something to be desired.

The Wood Boy by Raymond Feist is terrible... the characters are 1 dimensional cliches of fantasy fiction. The "plot", if you want to call it that, is completely absent until the last 10 minutes of the story. What makes it worse is that the author had, up until that point, described a moderately interesting world for the protagonist. Dont waste your time.

My recommendation would be to buy this if you appreciate the fantastic work of George R.R. Martin. The other two get a free ride, but should be ignored unless you need something to fall asleep to.

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- C. Scallion

2 out of 3 isn't bad

The McCaffrey started off great and I thought I was in for a really good story. I thought it was a really good idea and it was written really well but it was predictable and ended abruptly. I would have like to have seen more.
The Feist story never got my attention and to be honest after an hour I moved on.
Martin was flawless but I didn't care for the reader.
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- Tommy "I want to feel good when I complete a story & am a little harsh on depressing ones. There are a few sad ones that I love but not many."

Book Details

  • Release Date: 12-16-1999
  • Publisher: HarperAudio