Fool’s Quest - Fitz and the Fool Book 2 (Paperback)Robin Hobb (author)
'Fantasy as it ought to be written' George R.R. Martin
Robin Hobb returns to her best loved characters with the second volume in a brand new series.
Years ago, they freed a dragon from the glaciers on Aslevjal. Then they parted, the Fool returning to far-off Clerres, while Fitz finally claimed a wife, a family, and a home of his own.
Now, betrayed and broken, the Fool has made his way back to the Six Duchies. But as Fitz attempts to heal his old friend in Buckkeep Castle his young daughter Bee is abducted from Withywoods by mysterious raiders who leave ruin and confusion in their wake.
Fitz must rescue his beloved Bee. At the same time the Fool is determined that Fitz travel with him to Clerres to wreak vengeance. Fitz must grimly take up his assassin’s tools once more, but will he also be forced to choose between saving his child and avenging his dearest friend?
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 768
Weight: 520 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 48 mm
‘A little slice of heaven’ GUARDIAN ‘Robin’s secret is not just in the detail with which she depicts the Six Duchies world she has explored over 20 years, but her emphasis on internal drama… the feelings of anguish, ambiguity, fear and failure are as familiar as those in a novel by Jonathan Franzen’ Independent on Sunday ‘Glorious and beautiful storytelling from Robin Hobb’ SciFi Now ‘Hobb seamlessly blends intrigue, action and characters who feel so real that they become more than words on a page … Every second spent in her world is a privilege and a pleasure’ SFX ‘Robin Hobb’s Fitz and the Fool series continues to delight’ Starburst Magazine ‘Another crowning career achievement in the lifetime of one of fantasy’s modern-day masters’ Fantasy Book Review
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“A great second instalment”
Exactly what you want from this last trilogy. In my previous review of Fool’s Assassin, I wrote that it was paced slowly and drew you away from characters or locations you missed, such as Buckkeep or Nettle.
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