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Robin Hobb Interview – Part Two

Robin Hobb Interview – Part Two 

This is part two of our interview with author Robin Hobb. You can read part one here. Now back to the questions! We’ve got a guest question now from an author I believe you’re familiar with (at least, I saw your quote on his UK novel: Prince of Thorns), Mark Lawrence: The first work of […]

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Robin Hobb Interview – Part One

Robin Hobb Interview – Part One 

I’m happy to announce that the amazingly talented Robin Hobb has taken time out of her busy schedule to answer some questions for Fantasy-Faction! Robin is the author of the recently completed Rain Wild Chronicles, along with a host of other series including: The Farseer Trilogy, Liveship Traders Trilogy, Soldier Son Trilogy, and many more. […]

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Robin Hobb Spotlight

Robin Hobb Spotlight 

With her latest release – The Inheritance, a volume of short stories – Robin Hobb has definitely earned her place among secondary world fantasy’s most prolific authors. Although a pseudonym, Hobb has become one of the most distinctive voices in character-driven fantasy. So if you haven’t heard of her, this should serve as a brief […]

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The Dragon Keeper by Robin Hobb

The Dragon Keeper by Robin Hobb
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In preparation for the release of the next book in the Rain Wild Chronicles this year, I decided to revisit the Cursed Shores and remind myself of the series so far. Hobb’s Farseer and Tawny Man trilogies remain my favourite books of all time and The Dragon Keeper takes us back to the same world, […]

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The Dragon Keeper by Robin Hobb

The Dragon Keeper by Robin Hobb
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Exhausted and malnourished, a tangle of serpents fought the current of the Rain Wilds river and sought the cocooning grounds of distant memories. The world changed a great deal since a serpent needed to make this journey. Traveling was difficult and many serpents were lost, even more were not expected to survive. The dead became […]

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