Fool's Errand

Fool's Errand

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FitzChivalry Farseer emerges from seclusion when Prince Dutiful, the young heir to the Farseer throne, disappears, and as Fitz sets out to find the Prince before his betrothal ceremony, he is unexpectedly confronted by betrayal and intrigue at every turn.
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ISBN: 9780553897043
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Aug 16, 2016

First book in Robin Hobb's The Tawny Man Trilogy and no less satisfying than her Assassin's Triology. It's a continuation for some of the same characters, albeit older and wiser from experiences in the first set of Assassin's books. Again, not able to put down and had to stay up many nights in a row to finish. I agree with some commentary that the book could be streamlined a bit as there seemed to just be a bit too much repetition. But at the end of the day, I would rather read some of the plodding in this book because it does get better. This series is not to be missed if you love FitzChivalry and his cohorts.

Nov 11, 2013

EXCELLENT ! - as Robin Hobb's writing always is. Was hard to put down.

Jan 24, 2011

It's worth mentioning that, while this is the first book in the Tawny Man trilogy, you probably should read Robin Hobb's previous books first, starting with The Assassin's Apprentice. If you don't read the previous two trilogies you probably won't understand what's going on in this one. (I guess you could skip the Liveship Traders trilogy if you want, but that one was my favorite and it helps.)

That said, this is a great book! Robin Hobb is amazing!


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