I am dyslexic! If it wasn't audible I would not even be able to know what's in a book. I found out I love books.
I really like it but didn't like it
I thought the Indond really suck
But the more I thought about it I was like it's coming my life you don't actually ever get to what you want to get to
It's one of those theories and I'll make you think about stuff
If I was reading the book, I would never have finished it. The second book as well as this are not even close to being on par with the first one. For crying out loud he barely talks about him being a assassin, All that happens really is that he moans, and complains, and at least the ending is plausible to the story. Robin didn't make a huge 180 degree turn and wrap everything up in a nice little bow like some authors do. Anyway, I am disappointed. The best part of the whole series was the Fool. I loved his/her quips. I wish there would have been about eight chapters of dialogue with him in it just having fun.
I enjoyed the first two books but its as if the author didn't want to write the third book and began to hate the main character more and more as the story progressed leaving a boring ending to the series.
I will not put any specifics into this review and I really hope that this isn't a spoiler, but I feel that I have to say it. The first two books were pretty good and it suckered me in right away, but I was disappointed with the third book. The ending was VERY disappointing. I really felt like I wasted all my time listening to the story (and the last one was REALLY long). When you get to the end you say to yourself "okay, what was the point of all of this again?" Additionally, the last book was unnecessarily wordy. It droned on and on and kept saying the same thing over and over again. You really want Fitz to stand up and punch somebody for holding back information, it really does get annoying. I guess if you’re not looking for the perfect ending then the story is good, but I'm a sucker for a happy ending.
The characters act like children, the story-line is predictable. There are large problems with the motivation and logic the author would have us believe the characters use. It's almost insulting thinking the author would have us believe the story-line.
I just wish it took 3 books for me to see this, I think the errors appear more when the author tried to tie everything together.
Where ever I am that's where I'll be.
The crescendo of the Farseer series. See what lay in wait for Fitz as he once again takes his place as the changer. He and the Fool are together again to change the world of the six dutchies forever. Robin Hobb again bears the reader to the skill and the wit in a world that the reader never wishes to leave.In this our hero becomes more than we can imagine and gives it all up for his king.
Sadly the Tawny man series which continues the tale of Fitz & the Fool has yet to find its way to Audible so savoir this masterpiece unitl then.
I like the last 2 books in this series alote but this one just disappointed me in the end. it seemed to me like they should have summed things up beter or ended on a different note. But i half to admit i didnt see the ending coming at all and i guess thats a good thing
to be very quick about it.
1. I IMMENSELY enjoyed this book.
2. The middle is a bit dull and takes awhile to wade through it
3. Definitely not a predictable ending (at least to me)
4. The ending is fulfilling and is worth the wait.
5. Paul Boehmer is my absolute favorite narrator for Audible. His voice is enchanting.
The end :)