I am back to the Robin Hobb forum! Its been almost exactly one year since I read the six Farseer books and posted in here. Lately I've been thinking about re-reading the Farseer books. I think I might even enjoy them more the second time around possibly. Because this time I'd know it's worth it in the end with all that tragedy and torture to get through. Though I still wish there were more books. Maybe this time around I'll read the Liveship Traders trilogy as well. I know I said I was going to read that trilogy eventually and still haven't gotten around to it. It's hard when there's so many series and authors out there and you read only so fast (or slow in my case I suppose). So I'd be reading nine books that aren't short either instead of reading some new series. Do you think I should? Also I recently bought Shaman's Crossing, the first book in the Soldier Son trilogy. It has been on my list a long time since I read before that it wasn't all that good. But I checked it out again and seems most reviews say its decent. I'm wondering if I should read that trilogy before I re-read Farseer or not. Why must there be so many books and so little time?