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This is a great story with rich characters and very interesting plot.
A part of me is curious to see how the "plot" advances in the other books, but not enough to suffer through the angst-filled characters and plodding pace of the story.
I just blew through this book and had to get to the next one to find out what was going to happen with all the characters.
Didn't think I would like it at first, but kept reading and totally got into the story. Outstanding, and have ordered her other trilogy books. Read morePublished 23 hours ago by LINDA ETCHEGARAY
plan on getting others , riveting once you start you can't always put down, bunny trails that you want pursued.Published 6 days ago by c.s.crowther
This is the first installment of the Rain wilds chronicle series and it reads easily. The transition from the previous trilogy is quite smooth, and the new set of characters blend... Read morePublished 19 days ago by GClugo
Robin Hobb is an extremely detailed writer and sometimes the book seemed to trail on forever. However, such detail is necessary as she sets up this phenomenal world and extensive... Read morePublished 25 days ago by Joycel Yelin
Fantastic book. Love this and the first one as well. Very engaging and cannot seem to put it down. Great characters that you get to know and love or hate. Highly recommend.Published 28 days ago by Maria E. Cormane
I enjoyed this book much more that the soldiers son trilogy, it's getting back to the peak of robin Hobbs work.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Like many others I felt this book was a little slow. But it's worth reading because the 2nd book was much better and I'm in the middle of the 3rd book now and am enjoying it as... Read morePublished 1 month ago by M Brook
Let me open by saying that I am generally a fan of Hobb's work. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for Dragon Keeper. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Baron Don
I enjoyed the plot line, female main character coming to know herself, but too much chatter about what other characters are thinking. Seems to border on a Gothic novel. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Urban