A wonderful series sequel from one of my favorite fantasy writers! In order to really enjoy this series and avoid spoilers, you need to have read the Liveship trilogy first. And by several references, i suspect that the Tawney Man trilogy also ties in between Liveship, The Royal Assassin trilogy, and this one. I'm checking those out next time i can escape to another world for a while.
As several other reviewers have commented, the narrator has an unusual accent which i found distracting at first, although once captivated by the story i no longer noticed it.
There is a fourth book in the series, Dragon's Blood, which i haven't reviewed here since i read the book rather than listened to it.
Don't start Dragon Keepers until you have Dragon Haven, City of Dragons, and Dragon's Blood on standby. Each book ends on a cliffhanger and leads directly to the next.
The story, for me, included too many weird sexual episodes. I love fantasy, but don't need to listen to things that distract from the story line.
Great voice and good performance
I've listened to the first 2 books so far. Will not listen to the rest of the serious. The books may have dragons in them..but they aren't fantasy books. They are gay/hetero romance novels. Bordering on Harlequin.
Yes, I love several of her books.
No. Horrible reader. Has a tedious tendency to elongate every syllable at the end of a sentencsssssssss. It was almost embarrassing to listen to out loud. My wife even commented, wondering if it was a horror novel and the narrator was trying to sound evil.
The basic premise of the story was interesting and could have been fleshed out more..unless the author intended romance to be the story.
This story just gets better and better. The story line continues to develop....new characters get added and it makes perfect sense that they are there.....you just don't know what will happen. I recommend this series!
The story is very good. The author manages to make an entire new world but not one that is difficult to understand.
I wouldn't say the narrator is quite as bad as some other people are saying but I can definitely understand that she doesn't appeal to some listeners.
I really enjoyed these two books! Dragons and misfits are both shown in a new and realistic light, with no character unflawed and yet also very few unredeemable. Enticing and suspenseful through the end. Highly recommended.
No one that's used to Hobb's other series
Not this genre but to the Rainwild seris
Most of them