Blood of Dragons

Blood of Dragons The dragons survival hangs in the balance in the thrilling final volume in the acclaimed River Wilds Chronicles fantasy seriesThe dragons and their dedicated band of keepers have at last found the los

  • Title: Blood of Dragons
  • Author: Robin Hobb
  • ISBN: 9780062116857
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The dragons survival hangs in the balance in the thrilling final volume in the acclaimed River Wilds Chronicles fantasy seriesThe dragons and their dedicated band of keepers have at last found the lost city of Kelsingra The magical creatures have learned to use their wings and are growing into their regal inheritance Their humans, too, are changing As the mystical bondThe dragons survival hangs in the balance in the thrilling final volume in the acclaimed River Wilds Chronicles fantasy seriesThe dragons and their dedicated band of keepers have at last found the lost city of Kelsingra The magical creatures have learned to use their wings and are growing into their regal inheritance Their humans, too, are changing As the mystical bonds with their dragons deepen, Thymara, Tats, Rapskal, and even Sedric, the unlikeliest of keepers, have begun transforming into beautiful Elderlings raked with exquisite features that complement and reflect the dragons they serve.But while the humans have scoured the empty streets and enormous buildings of Kelsingra, they cannot find the mythical silver wells the dragons need to stay health and survive With enemies encroaching, the keepers must risk memory walking immersing themselves in the dangerously addictive memories of long deceased Elderlings to uncover clues necessary to their survival.And time is of the essence, for the legendary Tintaglia, long feared dead, has returned, wounded in a battle with humans hunting dragon blood and scales She is weakening and only the hidden silver can revive her If Tintaglia dies, so, too, will the ancient memories she carries a devastating loss that will ensure the dragons extinction.

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    1. Robin Hobb

      I am shocked to find that some people think a 2 star I liked it rating is a bad rating What I liked it I LIKED it That means I read the whole thing, to the last page, in spite of my life raining comets on me It s a good book that survives the reading process with me If a book is so so, it ends up under the bed somewhere, or maybe under a stinky judo bag in the back of the van So a 2 star from me means,yes, I liked the book, and I d loan it to a friend and it went everywhere in my jacket pocket or purse until I finished it A 3 star means that I ve ignored friends to finish it and my sink is full of dirty dishes A 4 star means I m probably in trouble with my editor for missing a deadline because I was reading this book But I want you to know I don t finish books I don t like There s too many good ones out there waiting to be found.Robin Hobb is the author of three well received fantasy trilogies The Farseer Trilogy Assassin s Apprentice, Royal Assassin, and Assassin s Quest , The Liveship Traders Trilogy Ship of Magic, Mad Ship and Ship of Destiny and the Tawny Man Trilogy Fool s Errand, Golden Fool, and Fool s Fate Her current work in progress is entitled Shaman s Crossing Robin Hobb lives and works in Tacoma, Washington, and has been a professional writer for over 30 years.In addition to writing, her interests include gardening, mushrooming, and beachcombing She and her husband Fred have three grown children and one teenager, and three grand children.She also writes as Megan Lindholm, and works under that name have been finalists for the Hugo award, the Nebula Award, and the Endeavor award She has twice won an Isaac Asimov s Science Fiction Readers Award.


    1. Another beautiful series by Robin Hobb! The dragons their fight to become 'real' dragons again. A combination of new and old characters. All very alive and quickly to love throughout the series. Its an adventurous tale of growth and finding a home. Lots of emotional struggle and the hardships of traveling to new grounds. When it comes to my slow reading I read through these 4 books quickly, and now Im so sad!

    2. Oh God it pains me -- deeply -- to be awarding a 1 star rating to a book written by my favourite author, but I have to be honest, I just couldn't be getting along with this book at all. Characters that had previously seemed so fleshed out and three-dimensional (Sedric, Relpda and Malta for example) suddenly became flat and boring, mere shadows of their former selves; the threads of storylines that had been building up in City Of Dragons felt either abandoned (the traitors amongst the Traders Cou [...]

    3. This is the conclusion to the Rain Wild books which means I have almost caught up to the current series, crazy! I really loved both this and the previous book because they were so action-packed and made me just want to read, read, read. I couldn't stop myself from being lost in their world of Dragons and Elderlings, magic and wonder, it was just too enticing.I think that this was a pretty satisfactory (if rushed) ending. Overall I liked the character threads and there were some great endings of [...]

    4. I really enjoyed this book while I was reading it, but once it was done I just found it to be a bit underwhelming, which is something I'd never say about any of Robin Hobb's other trilogy endings. The writing is classic Hobb, where it is incredibly enjoyable to read and all of the characters are completely unique and entertaining. There's also a bit of character torture going on here, but it's really only one character, as all of the other good main characters have it pretty easy in Blood of Dra [...]

    5. Let me begin this review with a few sentiments approximating the noises in my head upon finishing this:EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE.ajskasuaiuwuioeuqw8euasIULXBaskmBNAKJSJHAKWEHAKJSHAklsjaKSHAkjsjaLKSHJklshA.HHHHHHHHHHHNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNHHHHHHHHHHHHGRRAAAAAARGAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHAIAIAIAIAIAIAIAIAAIAIAIAIAIAIAIAIAIAIAIAIAIAIAIAIAI.woooooooooooohoooooooooooooyeeeeeeeeeehiiiiiiiiiiiiiyyyyyaaaaaaaaaa.Aaaaah, that’s better *flails* Obviously, this was masterful and [...]

    6. It's over!Despite 3* rating, I liked it. It's more 3,5* and a quite satisfactory ending to Rain Wild Chronicles series. But I still feel that the tension you could slice with a sword in #2 was something that would helped #4 if it existed. If felt like an additional book when Frodo already destroyed the ring, Mermaid got married or home life chronicles of Jane Eyre and Mr. Rochester. It's still interesting, but there is no "hook" when the main goal is already achieved. Somehow I lost characters - [...]

    7. There was a lot of build up in this series and this book ended it a bit too quick for me. Still a great read and an amazing series.In Hobb's writing, it is usually the characters that make the stories but the strengths of this series were the themes and the relationship building. The characters were well developed and I was invested in them on a whole but I didn't feel a particular affinity for anyone. I didn't fall in love with anyone. There was no Althea or Paragon or Fitz in this series for m [...]

    8. Things can be broken, or lost. All a man can keep for certain are the things in his mind and heart. Apasionante final de serie. Tiene partes que me parecieron insustanciales, algunas que son bastante aburridas, no obstante, hay otras que son muy buenas. Afortunadamente, estas últimas son las que conforman la mayor parte del libro. Satisfactorio cierre para esta saga de transición. ¡Ahora a reencontrarme con Fitz!

    9. A really nice finish to the Rain Wild Chronicles. I particularly like that the dragons see a lot of action this book as the Chalcadeans step up their efforts to try and get dragon blood and parts for consumption. We also get the dying Duke of Chalced's POV and Seldon is a fairly major POV this book as well. I liked the climax at the end of the book. A lot of the time Hobb does the climax early and then spends a lot of time winding down the story - and we do sort of get that as well with a lot of [...]

    10. Executive Summary: A good but not perfect ending, to a good but not perfect series.Full ReviewI was only introduced to Robin Hobb in summer of 2012, but she's quickly become one of my favorite authors. While I think this is probably the weakest of her Elderling series books, I still greatly enjoyed it.Ms. Hobb once again has a way with writing characters that feel real, especially in the way they can frustrate your and make you down right furious.She has a way of making me just enjoy following h [...]

    11. It's finally done! Any of you that have been following my updates for this series will know that I struggled to read these four books. It took me a long time to readjust to the third person perspective story telling. It took a long time for me to become interested in the story. It took a long time for me to warm up to the characters. Do you see the reoccurring theme here? By the end, the Hobb worked her magic when it came to the characters. I really came to care for some of the new characters th [...]

    12. With Blood of Dragons completed, I am finished with the Rain Wild Chronicles, and I have mixed feelings on this 4 book series. I believe that the publisher's decision to split this series up into 4 different books wasn't the best decision. I could tell from reading this series that some sections were almost a "oh btw, this is what is happening here," section. In the previous Hobb books we really didn't get a whole lot of these moments of reminding the reader about other characters and I feel tha [...]

    13. This was a great conclusion to a grand series about dragons and humans. Especially in this book, I became closely attached to the characters, and I felt like I knew them very well. The book was entertaining like the other books in the series, but most of all I think this series is more about the characters (including the dragons) than it is about the plot. The plot is interesting, but it's Alise, Sedric, Hest etc. who caught my attention throughout. While I've rated all of this series 3 stars th [...]

    14. Robin Hobb is one of my favourite fantasy authors and I was delighted to finally get the concluding book of the Rain Wilds series. While all the other series set in the realm of the Elderlings are trilogies, the Rain Wilds series consists, as I found to my great surprise when finishing the third book, of four books. The Blood of Dragons has the challenging task of not only closing the series to which it belongs, but it also ties up all the loose ends of the previous series in this realm. For tho [...]

    15. This book was a wonderful conclusion to the Rain Wild Chronicles. Although ideally read along side the 3rd in the series to get the feeling of a full story arch from beginning to end plenty happened in this book alone. Since the beginning of the series a few more perspectives had been added, some of which were appreciated, others which I just wanted to get through every time they popped up (I'm thinking of one character in particular). But this did aid Hobb in wrapping up everyone's story lines [...]

    16. Robin Hobb writes with poise and confidence, asserting her position—yet again—as one of the grandmistresses of Fantasy. No, better yet, as one of the masters of the craft, period.Blood of Dragons is satisfying on too many levels to recount here. It is not only a conclusion of the Rain Wilds Chronicles, but also ties into her previous Farseer and Liveship trilogies.This is a book centered around characters, both human and dragon, and having it all catch up emotionally in the final chapters ga [...]

    17. This was a great end to a wonderful series! This series is definitely lighter than Hobb's other series, but I love how she weaves all the separate story lines together. Hobb's books are all about the characters, and I loved that she gave the reader so many points of view, including that of some of the dragons. I was also more satisfied by the ending than I usually am with Hobb's stories. If you are a fan of hers and are looking to read something a little more happy (but still with plenty of conf [...]

    18. Blood of Dragons was the perfect conclusion to a series that, having heard so many negative things about, was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed it!This book gave me pretty much everything I wanted: certain characters were vindicated,  others got some well-deserved punishments, and there were so many scenes that made me grin from ear-to-ear and want to cheer, which doesn't often happen when I read Robin Hobb's books!In addition, many of the issues I had with City of Dragons were resol [...]

    19. In three words: tense, exhilarating, neat."'Things can be broken, or lost. All a man can keep for certain are the things in his mind and heart.'" When I think about how far the dragons and their keepers, and the crew of the liveship Tarman, have come since the first Rain Wild Chronicles book, I'm amazed. It's been such a treat to go on this journey with them, and Hobb mostly ends this series in a satisfying way. As with all Hobb books I've read, her characters are what kept me reading. Whether i [...]

    20. The final book in the Rain Wilds "Trilogy" (because it totally should have been presented as three books, not four), this volume finds the dragons finally come into their own. Kelsingra is becoming a real city and the Elderlings are discovering who and what they really are, and what they can become.My only complaint is the ending. Finally, after meandering through these hundreds of thousands of words, it builds, it builds, here comes the action and!! nothing. An epilogue. Where is my show, don' [...]

    21. Do you ever immerse yourself so deeply in a story that you’ll want to be a part of it?That’s what this story did to me. All I can think now is that being an Elderling and living in Kelsingra among dragons is the perfect life anyone could have. Damn, I think Robin Hobb is a dragon herself, for she possesses the glamour which makes the reader bind to her words without escape.*deep sigh* back to reality :)If you love classic fantasy verging on fairytale, you wouldn’t want to miss this one and [...]

    22. This was a great book, which surprised me a bit, as The Rain Wild Chronicles was not, on the whole, my favourite Robin Hobb series. Okay, maybe the book being great didn't surprise me THAT much. This is Robin Hobb we're talking about here. I'm simply trying to illustrate the fact that although I enjoyed it on the whole, this was no Liveship Traders or Soldier's Son. The whole quartet had a bit of a YA feel to it(mostly teenage protagonists dealing with growing up, love triangles, ect.). I was al [...]

    23. Σε όλη αυτή τη σειρά η Robin Hobb ακολούθησε μία ελαφρώς διαφορετική προσέγγιση. Χωρίς να διαφοροποιηθεί ιδιαίτερα από το γνωστό της στυλ που βασίζεται περισσότερο στην περιγραφή και στην ανάπτυξη των χαρακτήρων παρά στην ίδια την πλοκή, προτίμησε να γράψει περισσότερο περιε [...]

    24. So, the final book in the Rain Wilds Chronicles.The worts part about it is probably that it feels abit like a transportation stretch, things set in motion in the earlier books lead to their natural conclusions but there are pretty much no twists, turns or even serous obstacles. Things just kind of rumble on, sorts themselves out, and then the end: Compared to the fantastic ending of Farseer, or the tension-filled climaxes of her earlier series This is pretty weaksuace. On the bright side, Hobb's [...]

    25. In my opinion this was definitely the best of all 4 books. The story moved at a fairly swift pace and I loved finding out more about Kelsingra and all of its hidden secrets. The angst was heavy as is always the case with a Robin Hobb book and the sections with poor Seldon were almost unbearable at times. However, there was plenty of adventure and I thought the ending was fantastic, especially the battle to kill the Duke of Chalced.

    26. Wow. What a journey. Hobb's world is so fleshed out at this point that I can only conclude that the Fitz and the Fool trilogy is likely to be her last in the Realm of the Elderlings. It feels like things are drawing to a close. We have explanations for a good deal of the mysteries of this world now. I'm tempted to scream "No! It's too soon!" but after 20 odd years and 17 books in this series I think my complaint that it's all ending too quickly for me is pretty laughable. As always, incredible c [...]

    27. 4.5 stars. While I want more books that include the rain wilds cast of characters, I thought this was a great conclusion to the story Hobb masterfully weaved.

    28. ♦ My Thoughts. Action, adventure, danger, romance and some awesome poetic justice, all provide a nonstop ride in this concluding book of the Rain Wilds Chronicles. I'll have to admit, I didn't think it was possible to tie up ALL of the various storylines. Especially the ones that did not come into sharp focus until volume three. I am happy to say that I was wrong. They all got tied up, or close enough, and the entire story concluded at a momentous time. It was as close to perfect as I've ever [...]

    29. My favourite book in the series, I couldn't put down Blood of Dragons once I started it! I'm once again in awe of Hobb's writing because of how she deals with multiple characters, invests enough in their storylines to make you care about them, and still manage to give a satisfying ending to their journeys.As much as I enjoyed the book I did feel parts of it were rushed. While I liked how certain characters met their end, it felt too quick and easy. There was also a build up for a war that didn't [...]

    30. Good but could have been awesome. I still have no idea why this series was four books instead of three, there was not enough material to justify it(I'm still bitter about paying £13 for city of dragons when it was so short and anti-climactic). Reading Robin Hobb's website she seems like she really cares about her books, not just making money so I'm going to presume her publishers made her do it this way. Great well thought out characters as usual, who develop and adapt very convincingly. Intere [...]

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