The Willful Princess and the Piebald Prince by Robin Hobb

A lovely little novella by Robin Hobb. In this we see where the hatred and distrust about Witted people comes from in the Six Duchies. It is not told in the traditional sense, it is more an accounting of what happened from the POV of a wet-nurse/nanny who was involved with all the main participants. …

Assassin’s Fate by Robin Hobb

I don’t have a lot to say about this. It was the end I kind of expected, not as I would have wished it, which I think is one of the main themes throughout all the series. It was still beautiful. Some of the smaller story-lines felt a little rushed and probably needed more time …

Fool’s Quest by Robin Hobb

Another amazing chapter in the Realm of the Elderlings saga. This book is much faster paced than the previous one but still manages to pack the emotional punch. I think this entry has one of my favorite moments (maybe two) in the whole series, those moments when I’ll be in that wonderful anticipation mode during …

Fool’s Assassin by Robin Hobb

I have basically grown up with Fitz. I was a teenager reading the Farseer trilogy and now in my late thirties reading this. I mention this as I identify with him quite a bit even though I have lived a vastly different life. I feel for Fitz so much, he tries but makes so many …

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