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I have been wanting to read this seris for quite some time and I am glad that I have started it. Robin Hobb is an excellent story teller and her characters have depth.Published 3 days ago by MacSassy
Good series for people who like an in depth story and well developed charectors. There are a few overly dragged out spots but overall this is a great read. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Tirra
Loved it, one of Hobbs better series. My disappointment at having a new set of characters from the Live Ship books was quickly overcome by the new characters enchanting stories. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Mjahaha
OK story - a little predictable plot line. Worth the read. Pace is a little slow for 4 books in the series.Published 8 days ago by Joseph de Parasis
Interesting, provides a some dragon-elderling background for the next Fitz and the Fool trilogy, but sadly not up to the standards of the Fitz and the Fool novels. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
Robin Hobb cannot write a bad story the only problem is that its 2 years between books. OK I understand it takes time to write but I am so anxious for the next episode I can... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Dianna Neilsen
Promising beginning. Hobbs' later works are better at characters and plot, but this isn't bad. Reminds me of the Pern dragon stories a bit.Published 15 days ago by Jayne