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- The Farseer Trilogy, Book 2
- By: Robin Hobb
- Narrated by: Paul Boehmer
- Length: 29 hrs and 16 mins
Fitz dreams of Red-Ship Raiders sacking a coastal village, leaving not a single man, woman, or child alive. Tortured by this terrible vision, he returns to the Six Duchies court where all is far from well. King Shrewd has been struck down by a mysterious illness and King-in-waiting, Verity, spends all his time attempting to conjure storms to confuse and destroy the Red-Ship Raiders. And when he leaves on an insane mission to seek out the mystical Elderings, Fitz is left alone and friendless but for the wolf Nighteyes.
- By Bundoodragon on 21-07-16
I'm starting the sequel right away!
the end of this book was a bit abrupt but I live the character and the story.
I wonder who the main protagonist will be in this edition...
- Fate's Forsaken, Book 1
- By: Shae Ford
- Narrated by: Derek Perkins
- Length: 15 hrs and 28 mins
Seventeen years ago, a long and bloody rebellion wracked the six united regions of the Kingdom. Now the new King wields the vast and unvanquished army of Midlan with his right hand, and with his left has granted a small group of thugs, the nobles he calls his Sovereign Five, unbridled rule over the other regions. As if this weren't bad enough, the King has also outlawed the practice of whispering - which is a problem for Kael.
- By Miss on 16-12-14
Would you try another book written by Shae Ford or narrated by Derek Perkins?
Maybe! I don't understand how this got good reviews
Maybe it's just not for a 33 year old male!
Slow paced, poor links worse characters, rubbish!
Go for night angle by Brent weeks
What was most disappointing about Shae Ford’s story?