Reviews of work by the author of the Riftwar Cycle, the famous epic fantasy saga in which the destiny of a homebrewed Dungeons & Dragons campaign world rests in the hands of a wizard called "Pug".
- Ferrets, Farewell! by Arthur B A statement on the future of Ferretbrain - or rather, the lack thereof.
- Ferret Blogroll by Arthur B As the ferrets scatter to the four winds, here's where you can find the work of contributors and commenters.
- Fuck Off, Feist by Arthur B There comes a point where enough is enough and the Riftwar Cycle passed that several books ago.
- Dungeons & Dragonball Z by Arthur B The Darkwar Saga sees the culmination of the slow transformation of the Riftwar Cycle from traditional fantasy to overpowered metaphysical waffle-fest.
- Chirps of the Reading Canary by Arthur B Ray Feist is really going downhill.
- The Reading Canary: The Serpentwar Saga by Arthur B Ray Feist's fantasy quadrilogy comes tantalisingly close to breaking him out of his creative rut. It doesn't succeed.
- The Reading Canary: Riftwar - The Next Generation by Arthur B Ray Feist's Krondor's Sons trilogy was cancelled after two books. It is not hard to see why.
- The Reading Canary On: The Empire Trilogy by Arthur B Arthur B tackles the Empire Trilogy, by Raymond E. Feist and Janny Wurts.
- The Reading Canary On: The Riftwar Saga by Arthur B Arthur B reviews Ray Feist's Riftwar Saga and tries to establish a pretentious new Ferretbrain tradition.