Lacedaemonian said:Thanks mate. Is the entire series written in the first person? Anyway I will probably read all of his books as I am fast running out of good fantasy books to read.
dwndrgn said:All are first person, but quite often in the second and third sets the actual first person changes.
Running out of good fantasy books to read? Goodness, contact rune immediately for help. That can't be good
hodor said:Hmmm... I can't agree with all of Rune's choices but I definitely agree with her on Jordan... and the poor thing actually bought the book .
Rahl Windsong said:I read the Farseer books a few years back and only recently found Fool's Errand at my library and I was actually moved to tears near the end of Fool's Errand, I just fell through the pages and lost a lot of sleep in the process. Even my dog skulked around with her tail between her legs the day I finished Fool's Errand cause she obviously felt my saddness. I personally rate Robin Hobb near the top of my list of fantasy authors that I enjoy reading. Great page turning excellence!
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