Rain Wilds Chronicles From New York Times bestselling master storyteller Robin Hobb comes four thrilling fantasies set in the world of the Rain Wilds Get all four novels in Robin Hobb s The Rain Wilds Chronicles in one e b

  • Title: Rain Wilds Chronicles
  • Author: Robin Hobb
  • ISBN: 9780062372604
  • Page: 320
  • Format: ebook
  • From New York Times bestselling master storyteller Robin Hobb comes four thrilling fantasies set in the world of the Rain Wilds Get all four novels in Robin Hobb s The Rain Wilds Chronicles in one e book, including Dragon Keeper, Dragon Haven, City of Dragons, and Blood of Dragons This thrilling series tells the story of the resurgence of dragons in a world that both neeFrom New York Times bestselling master storyteller Robin Hobb comes four thrilling fantasies set in the world of the Rain Wilds Get all four novels in Robin Hobb s The Rain Wilds Chronicles in one e book, including Dragon Keeper, Dragon Haven, City of Dragons, and Blood of Dragons This thrilling series tells the story of the resurgence of dragons in a world that both needs and fears them.

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    1. This eBook is a compilation of four volumes - and honestly, the story could have been told in two. Three, tops. Because, although this book was enjoyable, it really needed a good editing. Why?*Weird grammar, phrasing and word repetition problems - especially in the first volume.*Clunky dialogue - again, mostly in the first volume.*People acting out of character, flip-flopping, and doing ridiculously stupid things. A big example is Sedric, who teeters on the verge of character development, waffli [...]

    2. Flawless fantasy!Robin Hobb is fast becoming one of my favourite authors. Her world building is particularly amazing, and her vocabulary is amazing without being pretentious. These books manage to have the almost childish thrill of adventure that defines the fantasy genre yet is still a mature serifs that deals with complex issues like gender, sexuality, humanities arrogance and much more. I love her work and can't get enough of it!

    3. Spoilers ahead.I was really wanting to skip over this one and go straight to the Fitz and the Fool trilogy, but ultimately I'm glad I didn't. I thought it was worth reading. I enjoyed the dragons' evolution and changing and really the whole group that was with them. Really interesting. Wasn't really interested in Malta and Reyn anymore. I really feel they should have been more involved from the beginning since they were the first 'Elderlings' and since they weren't, I didn't really care about th [...]

    4. Awesome readI skipped these first time round as needed to see what Fitz and The Fool were doing but so pleased I went back and read them in order! Took me a little longer to get into but I couldn't put the down wanting to see what happened next!A fabulous imagination and a storytellers heart have put these book right up on my favourites list 😊😊😊

    5. Started well, floundered in the middle, finished with lots of questions. Overall a good read, but needed a better finish, or a lead in to another series.

    6. Great series! Love her character development and the world she has created. On to Fitz and the Fool, I hope he cheers up a little and grabs life by the horns in this one!

    7. The first and the third book were memorable, but the second book dragged on for too long. Overall, the plot was fun and interesting, but it could have used a few more plot twists.

    8. Finished dragon keeper. I enjoyed it and it kept me reading but not much happened (reminds me of liveship traders). Finished Dragon Haven. Better than Dragon Keeper. Some of the plot was a bit obvious. I'm very interested in what will happen in the next two books, as it wrapped up fairly neatly at the end.Finished City of Dragons. The weakest story, probably because new characters were introduced or given more time on the page, in addition to the cast of characters being split up a bit. I still [...]

    9. Having read The Liveships trilogy, I came back to the Rain Wilds Chronicles with a happy heart, to discover the fate of the dragons, and I was not disappointed.The tale was excellent, told in immaculate detail, and with characters so real as to almost appear before you. Old characters were welcomed back and new characters formed wonderfully unique personalities.My only criticism, and this is more a wish, is that I wanted to learn more about the Elderlings, more about Kelsingra, more about how Si [...]

    10. This series, while enjoyable, seemed a little more juvenile than previous works, aimed at the young adult market. Loose ends were tied up a little too neatly at the end. I think the editing wasn't as tight as usual eg words repeated in consecutive sentences. I have since moved on to the next book (Fool's Assassin) and there is a marked difference. That is, we are back to the quality of writing and editing that made me fall in love with Robin Hobb's works in the first place.

    11. Good enoughNot quite up to par with fitz and company, but quite well done much easier read than soldiers son. Although soldiers son had the new mythology to make it slightly more intriguing of a read this series definitely stands on its own ground of expanding the fitz world into a much grander scale.

    12. Great books! I'm still enthralled with this world! But this one didn't hit me in the feels as the others did. The second book was the best, but after that I never felt as close to the characters. And the culmination of the series weren't as satisfying, maybe because of that. Still, a great work, and a great read!

    13. Great story following on from the live ships trilogyWe follow the story of dragons reintroduction into the world and the quest for the fabled Elderling city of Kelsingra.Robin Hobb has created a world you can immerse yourself in for hours which holds the reader gripped and needing to turn the pages Would definitely recommend this series and I'm looking forward to reading the Farseer Series

    14. Three stars because of the story and dragons, but really this was a pretty juvenile series with lots of love pairings conveniently made, neat little ends tied up and pretty predictable plots. But still, dragons! Good to read if you're trying to read all the works set in this world, as they all lend something to the other tales, but not the most groundbreaking of fantasy series.

    15. Magnificent, magical, full of adventure, lost civilisations and dragons.Read 2: Re-reading with Crocky. The second time around, I am more interested in Alise and get less annoyed by Thymara. She is so incredibly young in the beginning!

    16. This is the very best I've read from Robin Hobb yet. Thoroughly recommend. Necessary to read all of the prior Elderling world books first. I hope there will be more after the Fitz and the Fool trilogy.

    17. These books are part of the Fitzchivalary world, and though they are not directly part of the through story of Fitz and the Fool, their stories cross into each other. It is the same world. I loved everyone of the books.

    18. Outstanding series. Really enjoyed all 4 books. Robin Hobb does a great job of creating characters and plot-lines that draw you in. Lots of tie ins to the Fitz books. Highly recommend!

    19. This is a first rate fantasy series, which in itself is a sequel to a fantasy series. The characters are diverse and engaging, and the world that Hobb created becomes real in its details and congruity. It helps to have read the first series, but it is not essential to fully enjoy this treasure.

    20. Not my favorite Robin Hobb series, and my least favorite in the broader series, but entertaining none the less. A decent way to fill time while waiting for more Fitz and the Fool.

    21. FabulousYet again Robin Hobb's writing has thrilled , mesmerized and entertained with a world of fascinating characters - human and not !

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