Farseer Trilogy
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  • 1
    Assassin's Apprentice: The Farseer Trilogy, Book 1 | Robin Hobb

    Assassin's Apprentice: The Farseer Trilogy, Book 1

    • UNABRIDGED (17 hrs and 23 mins)
    • By Robin Hobb
    • Narrated By Paul Boehmer
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (625)
    Performance
    (525)
    Story
    (526)

    In a faraway land where members of the royal family are named for the virtues they embody, one young boy will become a walking enigma.Born on the wrong side of the sheets, Fitz, son of Chilvary Farseer, is a royal bastard, cast out into the world, friendless and lonely. Only his magical link with animals - the old art known as the Wit - gives him solace and companionship. But the Wit, if used too often, is a perilous magic, and one abhorred by the nobility. So when Fitz is finally adopted into the royal household, he must give up his old ways.

    Great book but the narrator is all wrong!

    I really love this book and the series. I was thrilled to see that an audio book was available. But I am disappointed because the narrator's voice is ..Show More »

    Reviewed on 11 October 2012 by Lucy Clarke (London, UK)
  • 3
    Assassin's Quest: The Farseer Trilogy, Book 3 | Robin Hobb

    Assassin's Quest: The Farseer Trilogy, Book 3

    • UNABRIDGED (37 hrs and 39 mins)
    • By Robin Hobb
    • Narrated By Paul Boehmer
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
    Overall
    (451)
    Performance
    (377)
    Story
    (381)

    The gripping finale to Robin Hobb's classic Farseer trilogy. Keystone. Gate. Crossroads. Catalyst. Fitz is about to discover the truth about the Fool's prophecy. Having been resurrected from his fatal tortures in Regal's dungeons, Fitz has once more foiled Regal's attempts to be rid of him. Now, back in his own body, and after months of rehabilitation, Fitz begins the painful and slow process of learning the ways of a man again.

    Good follow on

    This is a good follow on from the other book and well read. The information referring to what happen previously helps the listener.

    Reviewed on 24 August 2014 by Mrs (Inverness, United Kingdom)