Tag Archives: Robin Hobb
#BookReview FITZ AND THE FOOL #2 & #3 by Robin Hobb
To get back in the swing of regular blogging I’m going to start with a pair of reviews from last year’s reading – books #2 & #3 from Robin Hobb’s FITZ AND THE FOOL trilogy: FOOLS QUEST and ASSASSIN’S FATE. When I did my review of book #1, FOOL’S ASSASSIN, many of you weighed in […]
FOOL’S ASSASSIN by Robin Hobb #fantasy #BookReview
Blurb ‘Fantasy as it ought to be written’ George R.R. Martin Robin Hobb returns to her best loved characters in a brand new series. Tom Badgerlock has been living peaceably in the manor house at Withywoods with his beloved wife Molly these many years, the estate a reward to his family for loyal service to […]
#Loncon3 – Fantasy authors should ‘borrow, steal and pillage history’ – what say you?
Fantasy and History Panels at Loncon3 “Fantasy authors should borrow, steal and pillage history.” So sayeth George R.R. Martin, and he should know what he’s talking about. He is only too ready to talk about the many ways that people died in medieval times, and I think he’s maybe trying to cover as many of […]
#LonCon3 – World #SF Convention – how was it?
WORLD SF CONVENTION I have been fortunate indeed that within the last year we have had both the World Fantasy Convention (see my reports via the sidebar categories) and the World SF Convention here in the UK. Over the last few days a number of people at Loncon3 have asked me if I enjoyed it. Well, […]