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FitzChivalry, the hero of The Farseer trilogy, now lives an isolated and quiet life with his foster son Hap and his Wit partner wolf, Nighteyes, until he is sought out by his old mentor Chade and the enigmatic, charming Fool. Once again, duty calls: Fitz must find a missing prince and prevent political chaos in the Six Duchies. The mission will test his conflicting loyalty to country and family, his uneasy compromise with his own magic, and all the relationships he values most.
If you're a fantasy fan who hasn't yet explored the Farseer world, this is a fine place to start: Hobb deftly provides new readers with all the needed information. The finely detailed world building and intensive character development rarely slow down the action of the story. Fool's Errand is a complex, beautifully written and sometimes heart-rending examination of the consequences of duty and love. --Roz Genessee --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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This really is book four in the Farseer trilogy. You need to start with the others. I have enjoyed this series immensely. Read morePublished 26 days ago by J T Langdon
If you read the first trilogy about Fitzchivalry Farseer, this is the next step in his saga. 15 years after his teenage challenges as royal family bastard and assassin, he has... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard D. Kauffman
Excellent character development, intriguing storyline and emotionally poignant.Published 1 month ago by Judy Gentry
I have read the previous books in the series and still find it hard to stop reading to save for the next day. Yes the books are long, but they're so captivating. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mattie Nieves
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Robin Hobb is amazing. It's remarkable that she is able to churn out lengthy yet consistently high quality novels year after year. Read more
I am continually surprised at Hobbs' imagination. It's a fun read. A master with fantasy.Published 1 month ago by David DeRouchie
I bought this on audible, I had previously listened to the Farseer trilogy. I thought the reviews of the previous series were a little harsh because we were dealing with a child... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Chris