The Mad Ship
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 4th 2008
Publisher: Harper Voyager
Pages no: 906
Edition language: English
Series: Liveship Traders (#2)
How many different engaging, high-drama story lines can there be in one book? Don't ask me. I lost track of how many are in this one, but now my head is full of great story and I can't wait to move onto the next one. Especially since this book didn't actually end, it just stopped in the middle of ...
39. THE MAD SHIP, BY ROBIN HOBB (Book 2 of The Liveship Traders, Book 5 of The Realm of the Elderlings)I would normally read a few more books by other authors before reading another one by someone I have already read, but I just REALLY wanted to know what happened. I’ll try to restrain myself before...
Book 2 and if book 1 was complicated book 2 becomes even more so, looking forward to book 3
I've kind of said everything about this series in my comments on the first book.Even more than the Assassin's Blah series these have blurred for me, which is partially a consequence of the multiple-character viewpoint thingy that GRRM also uses so effectively in GoT.It just feels like reading one in...
I must say that I'm liking these huge books more and more. I love getting to know in depth all these characters and anticipating how they will react to certain circumstances (usually I'm wrong). I find myself cringing when bad things happen and cheering when they prevail. To me that is the mark of...