Fool's Fate

Fool's Fate

Book - 2004
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On a mission to the Outislands to destroy the dragon Icefyre, who has been frozen in a glacier for millennia, Prince Dutiful and his Skillmaster FitzChivalry match wits with the Fool, an enemy determined to free the dragon.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 2004
Edition: Bantam mass market ed
ISBN: 9780553582468
0553582461
Characteristics: 914 p. : map ; 18 cm

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texascola
Aug 16, 2016

These books by Robin Hobb enage the reader and provide a true immersion experience. As any reader of Fantasy accepts, one has to suspend disbelief in order to move into the world being written about. With Robin Hobb's The Tawny Man Triology, it's so incredibly easy to immerse oneself and fall in love with the characters and the place. The problem for all of us that love this series and these characters is what do we read when we finish the books?

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elisabethlind
Jun 20, 2016

All the Robin Hobb books are amazing! but Fitz and the Fool are 3 very special trilogies!

I love this series! If you are looking to read it, you must start with Assassin's Apprentice and go from there. Read the Liveship Traders series as well. You don't have too, but I recommend it. The books go together and Robin Hobb is a great storyteller.

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TooLittleTime
Dec 04, 2009

A fitting end to a long series of books. All the loose ends were tied up nicely. It was sad to say goodbye to Tom Badgerlock/ FitzChilvary Farseer.

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