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E home at last Kelsingra is an ancie 25Better than it s predecessor in every sense but still it was a rag at times I loved the return of Malta and Selden One book to go I just want it to be over so that I can read the final trilogy in Realm of Elderlings See Hobb A bigger book The Note doesn t always mean betterCity of Dragons was an enjoyable read After the massive pain ofisappointment I received for reading through Dragon Haven my expectation towards this one was honestly smaller than a bacteria It is uite a surprise that this turns out to be uite enjoyable even though it s full of almost nothing happeningThere is one thing that I realized for certain after reading this I loved the Liveship Traders characters Their appearances always give me joy and I also realized that it was one of the major things that made the first book enjoyable to read too I really think Hobb should ve stuck with the Liveship Traders characters as the main characters for this series the new characters just paled in comparison With the exception of Leftrin in my honest opinion the characters in this uartet are by far the weakest characters Hobb ever wrote They re just not interesting utterly hard to like and I just on t care about their fatesAlthough this is Hobb s smallest book within her 16 book series it s one of the rare ones in her series that have great pacing The plot once again almost oesn t move at all but this time the world building was great with information on the Elderlings and Dragons and most importantly we The Wildcatter don t have to see the characters riding on a ship through mud and river while looking for a mate to fuck each other brains out for 500 pages Plus unlike the previous two books in the uartet Hobb s prose seems to be returning slowly to her previous series greatness What you re looking for is the feeling that no matter what being with that person is always going to be better than being without that person Good times or bad That having that person around makes whatever you re going through better or at least tolerable City of Dragons may not be a great penultimate book for the uartet but it serves as a good filler and transition for the conclusion of the series which I have really small hope will be satisfactory That may sound extremely negative but seriously this uartet is miles apart weaker from Hobb s usual uality If one of you ever start with this uartet please DO NOT let this series be a sign of her strength as her author I hope my prediction will be proven wrong and somehow the last book of the uartet can blow my mind away You can find this and the rest of my Adult EpicHigh Fantasy Sci Fi reviews at BookNes. ??siscovery have floated Bear Claw Lawman (Bear Claw Creek Crime Lab, down the Rain Wild River and reached envious ears in Bingtown and beyond Adventurers pirates and fortune hunters are coming inroves to pillage what they can from the city Will the Her Nine Month Confession dragons only just finding their strength and their keepers who are changing in their own mysterious ways be able to fend them offAnd what has happened to Tintaglia theragon mother who started it all Has she really abandoned her offspring forever Or will she too return to seek the riches of Kelsing.
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City of Dragons by Robin Hobb was a really A Southern Reunion different Hobb book for me I felt that this book justidn t seem like a whole Everything seemed much rushed than any of her other work Maybe it is because this book was shorter than her other books or it is because it was split from the last book but it just Let It Go didn t have the same feel to me that her other books had This book catches us up on previous characters in the series like No words really Imrowning in her stories Bit of a spoiler ahead if you ve yet to complete Dragon HavenBook three continues where two left off just across a large expanse of water separating our ragons and their carers from the place that should be their home Although this becomes the first book in the series where the setting remains fixed and less rama ensues for the majority of the cast not so for certain characters I found it to be only slightly less exciting and absorbing Within the final scenes I caught a glimpse of what I believe will come next I think that each time and each time I ve been wrong And that s a good thing This was the best in the series so farand the series is fantastic This book is by far my favourite one of the Rain Wilds books It is certainly back to the old standards I have come to know and expect from Robin Hobb in that it has many shocking and surprising aspects which both thrilled and enticed me made me want to read on and on and kept me wondering at her imagination and experiences She s a stellar writer when she is on form and she certainly seemed to be one form in this book Apart from some tiny repetitions and a very abrupt ending probably The Yuletide Rescue (Alaskan Search and Rescue due to this originally being planned as auology and then spilt by publishers into 4 books I really loved thisThis story once follows the same characters as they have journeyed to somewhere undiscovered and scary mystical and ancient There is a cast of characters we ve come to know in the Rain Wild books and also some recurring old friends who we have met and in my case loved before I was very happy to see the merging of various storylines and improvement upon the unpredictable plotline for this bookThis story is certainly much better paced and has way action and intensity than the previous two in the series We get to see our group of travellers and unlikely companions as they face many problems involving some very raw painful and tragic moments I felt myself repulsed and engrossed by many parts of the story and had a constant urge to find out what Hobb would Toward a Better Life do to her characters nextWe also learn a substantial amount about the Elderlings an ongoing uestion and mystery throughout the whole Realm of the Elderl. Return to the world of the Liveships Traders and journey along the Rain Wild River in the third instalment of high adventure from the author of the internationally acclaimed Farseer trilogyTheragon keepers and fledgling Die Konigreiche Israel Und Juda Im 9. Jahrhundert V. Chr. dragons haveiscovered a route to the lost city of Kelsingra but there is one problem they need to be able to fly to cross the treacherous waters and enter the fabled city At first only a few Schaums Outline of Microbiology, Second Edition dragons are willing to try – the others are either too ashamed of theireformed wings and
Ings series and this was all totally fascinating I found that Hobb s writing After the Rubicon draws youeeper and A Prescription for Murder deeper until you re just as immersed as the characters are and I loved thatOverall this is by far the best Rain Wild book and it s up there in terms of awesomeness I was very very torn over whether to give this a 45 or a 5 but I think a 5 is probably accurate as I loved it It s a fabulous story and naturally I will be continuing on straight away with the final Rain Wild book 455 so far the best in the series Now onto Blood of Dragons This isefinitely in my humble opinion of course the best of the Rain Wild Chronicles series so far It s still not uite at the FarseerLiveshipTawny Man level but it s at least a solid four stars for meI ll say this though It s efinitely only half of a story Actually it s like half of the second half of a story Each book so far in the RWC series has been significantly shorter than normal Hobb novels really the series probably could have been a two book uology and Accounting for Taste done better that way The first two started and completed a story arc and it seems like these two will as well This one ends sort of abruptly and I almost wish I hard waited for the last in the series to come out before I read it It s not necessarily a cliff hanger But neither are any story lines wrapped up But still It was a Hobb fix And we all know I loves me some HobbThere s really not much else to say If you re looking for reviews of this book chances are you ve read the first two so you know what to expect And if you haven t read the first two then you re looking up the wrong review you need to check out Dragon Keeper And for that matter Even though this seriesoes sort of stand alone it Anarchist Modernism definitely should be read after the Liveship series for maximum impact But not before Tawny Man And Liveship has to come after Farseer Really though Reading all of the books in order is well worth it The Farseer Trilogy then the Livership Trader books then the Tawny Man series and finally the Rain Wild Chronicles Honestly That s the only way to go You re missing out if you skip straight here and read this as an independent series Just sayingAnyway back to the review Four stars This was an enjoyable continuation of the series and I m looking forward to the release of the last book Theragons in this series aren t the usual roaring oafs that are seen across the rest of fantasy well most of fantasy They actually have personality and opinions They An Audience of Artists don t just respond on command and set an enemy army on fire They are very much their own creatures with their own superiority complex and personal sense of entitlement And now they Eeble muscles or too proud to risk failure and humiliationBut the rewards waiting at Kelsingra for those brave enough to take to the air are worth than they could possibly imagine This was a city built forragons and their keepers Alise Finbok is overwhelmed by the treasures she finds there and spends hours carefully uncovering wonder after wonder recording her findings for posterity She knows the knowledge will change everything the world thought about ragons and the ElderlingsYet rumours of the city?.
Megan Lindholm and works under that name have been finalists for the Hugo award the Nebula Award and the Endeavor award She has twice won an Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Readers’ Award