Publish date: March 1st 2011
Pages no: 570
Edition language: English
Series: Rain Wild Chronicles (#2)
It was toeing the two star line right up until that particular heap of virulent slut shaming towards the end. Hobb's problem is that as a fantasy author she lacks imagination. She once created something magical and now, this particular penname at least, is very much stuck in the rapetastic mud tha...
happy, contented sigh
I had fun poking fun at my fangirl self while writing The Dragon Keeper's (The Rain Wild Chronicles #1) review but I'll try to be more serious and helpful this time around. Continuing Dragon Keeper, Dragon Haven sees the cast and crew evolve under extreme conditions. It's not just the river they h...
Dragon Haven is book 2 in the Rain Wild Chronicles (or if you count from the beginning of the Farseer Trilogy, 11th in Realms of the Elderlings). It continues where The Dragon Keeper leaves off, as dragon's keep going in their search for Kelsingra. As most of Hobb's books, this one is well written a...
4.5, maybe.Also had a bit of an abrupt ending, like the first, but I didn't feel it quite as bad... or maybe I was just expecting it would end similarly in a cliffhanger of sorts. There was a lot more going on here than on the first, there was quite a bit of drama though, particularly with Sedric an...