the tawny man trilogy by robin hobb
Series Rating: ★★★★★
Within the series: Fool’s Errand (#1), The Golden Fool (#2), Fool’s Fate (#3)
This trilogy reunites readers with FitzChivalry Farseer and his story, picking up where the Farseer Trilogy left off. This time around, his adventures are filled with some familiar faces and some new ones, much political intrigue, magic, majestic creatures and their mysterious history, and fulfilling visions of a certain White Prophet.
Recommended if you like:
- Character dynamics that rip your heart out and stomp on it
- Slow, politics-driven plots with adventure interspersed
- Rich, descriptive writing
- ROBIN HOBB AND HER BRILLIANCE
Instead of my usual Spoiler-Free review, today I’m writing a Spoiler-FILLED review. You got it, folks! The review below is absolutely fiiiilled with spoilers. We’ve gotten to the point in this series where it’s very hard to describe anything (other than the synopsis I gave above) without giving away some spoilers for the previous books. I’ll try to keep the spoilers for the Tawny Man trilogy to a minimum, but I do have a lot to squeal over.
So, if you don’t mind being spoiled, read on! If you’d rather avoid spoilers…see ya later.
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I listened to my first audiobook this year.
Yeah, that’s right! It took me 25 years to listen to an audiobook (not counting weird recordings you listen to in grade school).
For some reason, audiobooks just never called to me for the longest time. Even when I had long commutes for work last year, I opted for music or the occasional podcast. Audiobooks didn’t even come to mind.
But this year, jumping back into the reading community, I became intrigued by these audiobook things everyone kept talking about. So I gave them a try. Now, I have at least one audiobook I’m working my way through at any given time.
However, I’m still not convinced audiobooks are the way to go. As ever, there are two sides to this story. Let’s break it down, shall we?
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Isn’t Halloweeny just the best word?!?
I get joy from it, okay? Don’t gimme that look.
Just about everyone goes on and on about how this time of year is perfect for reading creepy, thriller, horror, Halloweeny books. And I don’t disagree! There are tons of said books that I would love to be picking up right now.
Except…it’s not going to happen. Simply because I have a bazillion other books I’ve been looking forward to, and I’m not very motivated to set those aside for seasonal reading.
SO. I’m putting this list together as more of a hypothetical one, although maybe it’ll actually be my TBR next Halloween? Who knows!
Read on for 8 Halloweeny books I want to read (someday).
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