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reading this I loved the Liveship Traders characters Their appearances always give me This is *Definitely In My Humble Opinion *in my humble opinion this I loved the Liveship Traders characters Their appearances always give me This is efinitely in my humble opinion of the best of the Rain Wild Chronicles series so far It s still not uite at the FarseerLiveshipTawny Man level but it s at least a solid four stars for meI ll say this though It s Raised in Captivity definitely only half of a story Actually it s like half of the second half of a story Each book so far in the RWC series has been significantly shorter than normal Hobb novels really the series probably could have been a two bookuology and Think (Ars Lamina) Level 2 Workbook done better that way The first two started and completed a story arc and it seems like these two will as well This one ends sort of abruptly and I almost wish I hard waited for the last in the series to come out before I read it It s not necessarily a cliff hanger But This was the best in the series so farand the series is fantastic City of Dragons by Robin Hobb was a reallyifferent Hobb book for me I felt that this book just Two Brothers, One Tail didn t seem like a whole Everything seemed much rushed than any of her other work Maybe it is because this book was shorter than her other books or it is because it was split from the last book but it justidn t have the same feel to me that her other books had This book catches us up on previous characters in the series like Hest Malta Reyn and Seldan but also continues to follow the keepers and Woman Much Missed dragons at Kelsingra The characters at Kelsingra were mostly used as a tool for world building in this book and I found that odd Usually the world building isone flawlessly through the character s interactions with each other but in this book a lot of the answers about Elderlings comes from scenes in which the characterization isn t being progressed forward much I found this off putting or an extreme change of pace from the previous two books in the Rain Wild Chronicles I liked catching up with Malta Hest Reyn and Seldan but once again it felt ifferent Their sections were short at times and I m not used to that with a Hobb book I m Used To 20 Page to 20 page ealing with a side character In other words this book jumped around a lot freuently and with shorter sections and it felt less like a Robin Hobb book because of that I think that the splitting of this series into 4 books just oesn t work too much for me I would have been happier if this book and the fourth was one large book In the end a 3 star Hobb book is still a great book The answers the reader got about Elderlings were exciting and I really enjoyed Malta s section of reading Hest is efinitely one of those characters that I just hate but I also find where his story might go to be exciting I am looking forward to when all these characters meet back up together and the Chalced narration becoming clear 351325 Possible Score2 Plot3 Characters3 World Building3 Writing style2 Heart Mind Aspec. ??s Trail of Secrets discovery have floatedown the Rain Wild River and reached envious ears in Bingtown and beyond Adventurers pirates and fortune hunters are coming in How to Train a Cowboy droves to pillage what they can from the city Will theragons only just finding their strength and their keepers who are changing in their own mysterious ways be able to fend them offAnd what has happened to Tintaglia the ragon mother who started it all Has she really abandoned her offspring forever Or will she too return to seek the riches of Kelsing. .
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The ragons in this series aren t the usual roaring oafs that are seen across the rest of fantasy well most of fantasy They actually have personality and opinions They A Touch of Persuasion (Men Of Wolff Mountain don t just respond on command and set an enemy army on fire They are very much their own creatures with their own superiority complex and personal sense of entitlement And now they re home at last Kelsingra is an ancient marvel We ve only seen glimpses of its potential its initial revival has been relayed but the full extent of its power is yet to be revealed It s a magical place built specifically to serve the needs ofragons like the title of the book would suggest It has ancient Watch for Me by Moonlight (The Midnight Twins, dragon sliver baths and other mechanisms It s almost like aragon ay spar centre where they can stop to get pampered having their scales cleaned and any wounds treated whilst the keepers feed them This image looks just like I imagine Kelsingra to be in its full gloryIn oing so the keepers have also found a place in which they belong somewhere they can actually call home However the journey is far from over In reality it has just begin They have the huge task of setting up a new civilisation a new nation if you like cusped on the unity between man and The Convicts Bounty Bride (Convict Wives dragon Keeper Rapskal is the first to realise the importance of this he is the first to recognise the intertwiningestiny of man and A River of Royal Blood (Untitled, dragon he can see what they cano together once They may serve the First Blood dragons but theragons will bring them much in return The pursuit has begunThe Duke of Chalced is The Palliser Novels dying And to uote the words of Dylan Thomas not really appropriate here I know he will not go gentle He will fight to the last breath and the one thing that can extend that last breath isragon blood It will heal his aged body thus he sends his minions to tackle the fledgling society The threat has become seriously real because he has vastly extensive resources His men act under threat of Men And Gods In Mongolia death failure means the end of their existence too So a strong rivalry is set up going into the next book The keepers are no longer naive they veealt with their fair share of adversity and they will be ready for what *s coming their way In finding the city they ve each overcome major obstacles Alice has *coming their way In finding the city they ve each overcome major obstacles Alice has go of her past Sedric has become his own man Thymera has gained let go of her past Sedric has become his own man Thymera has gained and the Hunter Killer (Pike Logan dragons are learning to become independent effective killers The final book in this series is going to be interesting for sure Hobb has given us so much set up here I know the ending because I ve already read the recent Fitz and Fool trilogy but still I m looking forward to seeing how it plays out here This book is by far my favourite one of the Rain Wilds books It is certainly back to the old standards I have come to know and expect from Robin Hobb in that it has many shocking and surprising aspects which both thrilled and enticed me made me want to read on and on and kept me wondering at her imagination and experien. Return to the world of the Liveships Traders and journey along the Rain Wild River in the third instalment of high adventure from the author of the internationally acclaimed Farseer trilogyTheragon keepers and fledgling Brazen and the Beast (The Bareknuckle Bastards, dragons haveiscovered a route to the lost city of Kelsingra but there is one problem they need to be able to fly to cross the treacherous waters and enter the fabled city At first only a few The Friend Zone dragons are willing to try – the others are either too ashamed of theireformed wings and Ces She s a stellar
writer when she is on form and she certainly seemed to be one form inwhen she is on form and she certainly seemed to be one form in book Apart from some tiny repetitions and a very abrupt ending probably Flying Scotsman Manual due to this originally being planned as auology and then spilt by publishers into 4 books I really loved thisThis story once follows the same characters as they have journeyed to somewhere undiscovered and scary mystical and ancient There is a cast of characters we ve come to know in the Rain Wild books and also some recurring old friends who we have met and in my case loved before I was very happy to see the merging of various storylines and improvement upon the unpredictable plotline for this bookThis story is certainly much better paced and has way action and intensity than the previous two in the series We get to see our group of travellers and unlikely companions as they face many problems involving some very raw painful and tragic moments I felt myself repulsed and engrossed by many parts of the story and had a constant urge to find out what Hobb would o to her characters nextWe also learn a substantial amount about the Elderlings an ongoing uestion and mystery throughout the whole Realm of
the Elderlings series and this was all totally fascinating I found that Hobb s writing raws you Whalerider deeper andeeper untilElderlings series and this was all totally fascinating I found that Hobb s writing Charlie Turns Into a T-Rex draws youeeper and eeper until re all totally fascinating I found that Hobb s writing raws you Considering Kate (The Stanislaskis, deeper andeeper until you re as immersed as the characters are and I loved thatOverall this is by far the best Rain Wild book and it s up there in terms of awesomeness I was very very torn over whether to give this a 45 or a 5 but I think a 5 is probably accurate as I loved it It s a fabulous story and naturally I will be continuing on straight away with the final Rain Wild book No words really Im Sweetland drowning in her stories 25Better than it s predecessor in every sense but still it was arag at times I loved the return of Malta and Selden One book to go I just want it to be over so that I can read the final trilogy in Realm of Elderlings 455 so far the best in the series Now onto Blood of Dragons Bit of a spoiler ahead if you ve yet to complete Dragon HavenBook three continues where two left off just across a large expanse of water separating our ragons and their carers from the place that should be their home Although this becomes the first book in the series where the setting remains fixed and less rama ensues for the majority of the cast not so for certain characters I found it to be only slightly less exciting and absorbing Within the final scenes I caught a glimpse of what I believe will come next I think that each time and each time I ve been wrong And that s a good thing See Hobb A bigger book Hers To Cherish (Verdantia, doesn t always mean betterCity of Dragons was an enjoyable read After the massive pain ofisappointment I received for reading through Dragon Haven my expectation towards this one was honestly smaller than a bacteria It is uite a surprise that this turns out to be uite enjoyable even though it s full of almost noth. Eeble muscles or too proud to risk failure and humiliationBut the rewards waiting at Kelsingra for those brave enough to take to the air are worth than they could possibly imagine This was a city built for The Intelligent Entrepreneur dragons and their keepers Alise Finbok is overwhelmed by the treasures she finds there and spends hours carefully uncovering wonder after wonder recording her findings for posterity She knows the knowledge will change everything the world thought aboutragons and the ElderlingsYet rumours of the city?.