- Jul 24, 2008
Nevare have I seen a fictional character eat so well though.
In that case I'd recommend giving it another go - it develops into a very "Hobbish" story. Kinda Rain wilds is the nearest I can think of.
I read the Farseer trilogy and it was fine. Wasn't my favorite though I do like how she worked the culture into the story. I wasn't a huge fan of the characters and it was a little bit slow for my tastes. It took an effort to finish and I didn't feel like the ending paid off enough.
I used to really rate her but these days she has fallen way off my radar.
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