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 gave me a rush in my chest that I haven’t felt in too long.
There’s a reason Robin Hobb is my favourite author.
Much fun was had reading along with our book club and speculating as thing were revealed.