|By (author):||Hobb, Robin|
|Series:||Rain Wilds Chronicles|
|Subject:||FICTION / Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Legends & Mythology|
|FICTION / Fantasy / Contemporary|
|FICTION / Fantasy / General|
|FICTION / Fantasy / Paranormal|
|Size:||6.75in x 4.18in x 1.05in|
|From The Publisher*|
"Robin Hobb is one of our very best fantasy writers."
With Dragon Keeper, Robin Hobb, critically acclaimed, New York Times bestselling "master fantasist" (Baltimore Sun), begins a breathtaking new series about the resurgence of dragons in a world that both needs and fears them-the world Hobb's readers most recently visited in her immensely popular "Tawny Man" trilogy. Volume One of the Rain Wilds Chronicles, Dragon Keeper is yet another magnificent adventure from the author of The Soldier Son and Farseer Trilogies, confirming the Contra Costa Times of California's assessment of Hobb as "one of the most important writers in 21st century fantasy."
|Review Quote*||"In a novel as good as it is massive, the first of two Rain Wilds Chronicles...Hobb continues to occupy a perch at or near the top among contemporary fantasists. This book is imaginative, literate, and compassionate from first page to last."|
|Review Quote*||"Hobb does an admirable job of creating a complex and engaging medieval fantasy world …with originality and subtlety [she handles] such traditional fantasy elements as dragons and magical items…A nicely imagined fantasy setting that will engage readers and raise anticipation for the second installment.|
|Review Quote*||"Hobb's meticulously realized fantasy tale is a welcome addition to contemporary dragon lore."|
Robin Hobb was born in California but grew up in Alaska, where she learned to love the forest and the wilderness. She has lived most of her life in the Pacific Northwest and currently resides in Tacoma, Washington. She is the author of the Rain Wilds Chronicles, the Farseer Trilogy, the Liveship Traders Trilogy, and the Tawny Man Trilogy. Her books under the pseudonym Megan Lindholm include Wizard of the Pigeons, The Windsingers, and Cloven Hooves. She is also the author of The Inheritance, a collection of stories written under both names. Her short fiction has won the Asimov's Readers' Award and been a finalist for both the Nebula and Hugo awards.