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Publisher Description

The final volume in Robin Hobb's popular Rain Wilds fantasy series, Blood of Dragons completes the story of the dragons, their keepers, and their quest to find the lost city of Kelsingra—and the mythical silver wells that the dragons need to survive.

Can Tintaglia and the Elderlings unlock the secrets of the ancient city? Or are they doomed to extinction?

The world of Robin Hobb’s Rain Wilds series has been praised by Booklist as "one of the most gripping settings in modern fantasy," and Publishers Weekly called the Rain Wilds books "a meticulously realized fantasy tale" and "a welcome addition to contemporary dragon lore."

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
2013
April 9
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
496
Pages
PUBLISHER
Harper Voyager
SELLER
Harper Collins Canada Limited
SIZE
1.7
MB

Customer Reviews

Rebel/Dani ,

City of Dragons

All I really want to say is I was totally captivated by this particular series.
I was so 'encapsulated...
I couldn't stop reading!

Aerial_90 ,

Blood of Dragons

The fourth book in what was to be a trilogy was still page turning. I feel like although the loose ends were tied up, I wanted it to keep going, as one always does when they become attached to characters and a storyline. I was disappointed not to get to witness the death scene of the Duke of Chalced, or see Sedric's relationship progress with the Dutchess, but perhaps the Dutchess will have her own series about her life and how she rebuilt a nation that's entire existence has been based on male domination and war? It would've been nice to see Leftrin and Alise have a child or get married. I enjoyed the series greatly though and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys reading fantasy, Robin Hobb is an excellent writer and I've read other works as well and never been disappointed!

JCA_1970 ,

Good read but too abrupt at the end

I really enjoyed reading the end of this series and seeing how things progressed form the beginning. However the end was just too fast. The destruction of Chalced should have been in more detail especially the end of the Duke. I feel a bit robbed of the satisfaction of seeing his fate after all he did to Selden. Overall though a great read.

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