Publish date: 2014-03-27
Pages no: 392
Edition language: English
Series: Farseer Trilogy (#1)
Yeah,I liked this book and I thought the character development was great This was something that peeked my interest right away.And then there was the landscape development.between coastal areas and then mountains.It was all very nicely done and kept me interested throughout.It was just a good book.:...
That was a fun story that had me turning pages - especially in the second half of the book. This is a classic fantasy story, with a bit of magic mixed into a medieval world setting. I thought it took just a bit too long to really get going, but I couldn't stop turning pages toward the end. The st...
Hahahaha. Okay, good start, good start. The first Realm of the Elderlings book! The one that started it all! Baby Fitz, already fighting against more pain and tragedy than most people ever experience! The Fool when he was just really weird and disconcerting and not really BFFs with Fitz yet! Kettri...
Young Fitz is the bastard son of the noble Prince Chivalry, raised in the shadow of the royal court by his father’s gruff stableman. He is treated as an outcast by all the royalty except the devious King Shrewd, who has him secretly tutored in the arts of the assassin. For in Fitz’s blood runs the m...
This read was somewhere between 3.5 and 4 stars. Robin Hobb doesn't tend to info dump, and I really appreciate that; it can be more common than I'd like in fantasy and science fiction. It also can be very common in historical fiction, alas! I hate "As you know, Bob" Syndrome, but it's not a prob...
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