Publish date: 2015-08-11
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 640
Edition language: English
Series: The Fitz and The Fool Trilogy (#2)
This second book in the Fitz and the Fool trilogy carries on directly from the end of the first .It deals mainly with the consequences of Bee's disappearance and the stabbing of the Fool.A vast array of characters, including new ones, feature, taking the reader back to all the previous trilogies.The...
Okay, I guess I see where the comments are coming from, but I still can't get over the fact that you have to read 6 to 13 books within this Realms of the Elderlings world to get to this point. Sure, you could skip all those earlier trilogies and quartet, but why would you want to jump in about sixty...
All hail Robin Hobb Queen writer of fantasy! Seriously this book was so amazing good that I now sit here writing and knowing that I will never be able to put down it words how fantastic the book is. For everyone that has read Rob Hobb before and not yet read this book or the one before will I say th...
Previously Reviewed: Fool's Assassin (Realm of the Elderlings: Fitz and the Fool Trilogy) (Powell's Books) At the end of Fool's Assassin, Fitz's life has been again thrown into upheaval. The life he's pulled together in the wake of Molly's passing and raising their small, strange child. The sudde...
OMFG. I'll get to a real review later. But currently I'm just so angry at the double cliffhanger of this book. HOW COULD SHE END IT THERE? HOW COULD SHE?
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