FitzChivalry—royal bastard and former king’s assassin—has left his life of intrigue behind. As far as the rest of the world knows, FitzChivalry Farseer is dead and buried. Masquerading as Tom Badgerlock, Fitz is now married to his childhood sweetheart, Molly, and leading the quiet life of a... show more
FitzChivalry—royal bastard and former king’s assassin—has left his life of intrigue behind. As far as the rest of the world knows, FitzChivalry Farseer is dead and buried. Masquerading as Tom Badgerlock, Fitz is now married to his childhood sweetheart, Molly, and leading the quiet life of a country squire.
Though Fitz is haunted by the disappearance of the Fool, who did so much to shape Fitz into the man he has become, such private hurts are put aside in the business of daily life, at least until the appearance of menacing, pale-skinned strangers casts a sinister shadow over Fitz’s past . . . and his future.
Now, to protect his new life, the former assassin must once again take up his old one. . . .
Publish date: August 12th 2014
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 688
Edition language: English
Series: The Fitz and The Fool Trilogy (#1)
...a few ranty and rambly at least. And I'm serious about the spoilers. There'll be plenty. If I were to rate the audio narration of Elliot Hill, the stars would be full. I mean, he's the first voice for Fitz whose name I've bothered to learn. His interpretation of cats' voices is the best and b...
I wish there were more stars to put on this...
A long overdue return to the familiar world of The Farseers. As enchanting and wonderful as any of the predecessors, with all the intrigue, danger, and subtle humor that marks Fitz's tale, this story was a pleasure to read. I long for the next installment.
After a 10 year hiatus, where she explored stories both set in other parts of the same world, and created entirely new worlds, Robin Hobb has returned to the story of FitzChivalry Farseer. While the details have long faded under the hundreds of books read since, I remember loving The Farseer Tr...
Not bad, but the everyday stuff that is most of the book grew tedious. And that cliffhanger... urg. While effective, I'd have liked the whole thing much better if it went down at the 1/3rd stage. Next book should be good. This one? It's well written, and I liked spending time with Fitz and co, but i...