The Dragon Keeper
Publish date: June 1st 2009
Publisher: Harper Voyager
Pages no: 553
Edition language: English
Series: Rain Wild Chronicles (#1)
Yeah. So, nope. I can safely say that had this been my first Hobb book, it would have also been my last.
I'm so glad I gave Robin Hobb's books another chance. I really lived this. Disabled dragons. Very much looking forward to the next one.
Dragon Keeper by Robin Hobb is the start of her fourth series set in The Realm of the Elderlings. It stands alone from the previous trilogies as much as possible making them optional but optimal reading. Hobb provides enough details to understand the serpents backstory for new readers or those that...
While the story was interesting, I felt the book suffered from a slow start and an abrupt ending. In fact the ending felt so abrupt for a moment I thought I was actually missing some pages. It does make you want to read more, however, I think it's a series you will have to read one after the other n...
I don’t know how she keeps doing it; where she keeps finding the creativity and the imagination to flesh out yet another story, yet another set of characters that sound so real they could have been my companions on the tram today. None of those had any scales, but it was close. There was one man in ...