The ​Golden Fool (The Tawny Man Trilogy 2.) (Realms of the Elderlings 8.) 10 csillagozás

Robin Hobb: The Golden Fool Robin Hobb: The Golden Fool Robin Hobb: The Golden Fool Robin Hobb: The Golden Fool

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The second in the thrilling new fantasy series, from the author of the bestselling Assassin trilogy. Fitz has succeeded in rescuing Prince Dutiful from the clutches of the Piebald rebels, and has returned with him to Buckkeep castle. With Dutiful safe again, Queen Kettricken can proceed with plans to marry him to the Outislander princess, Elliania. However, with tensions building among the peoples of the Six Duchies over Kettricken's tolerance of the Wittted, even Buckkeep is no longer safe. A reluctant Fitz is assigned to protect the young prince, and also train him in the Skill, and in doing so he finally makes contact not only with his estranged daughter, Nettle, but with someone in Buckkeep who may possess a greater Skill talent even than Fitz. And who may represent a terrible threat to the Farseers. Meanwhile, Elliania arrives and, before she will accept Prince Dutiful's betrothal, challenges him to undertake an impossible quest. He must kill a legendary Outislander dragon.

Eredeti megjelenés éve: 2002

HarperCollins, London, 2009
600 oldal · ISBN: 9780007110575
HarperCollins, London, 2008
640 oldal · ISBN: 9780006486022
Spectra, US, 2003
528 oldal · ISBN: 9780553801514

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Robin Hobb: The Golden Fool

Szintén németül, Eva Bauche-Eppersnek köszönhetően, Der goldene Narr cím alatt.

Kosvár. Szűk terek. Kalandok helyett mindennapok, szétcsúszó kapcsolatok, idegen hagyományok, üldöztetés, öregség, halál, gyász, Dawn-kór (úgy nagyjából), körkörös történelem.

Népszerű idézetek

sepa I>!

“But change proves that you are still alive. Change often measures our tolerance for folk different from ourselves. Can we accept their languages, their customs, their garments, and their foods into our own lives? If we can, then we form bonds, bonds that make wars less likely. If we cannot, if we believe that we must do things as we have always done them, then we must either fight to remain as we are, or die.”

77-78. oldal, Chapter IV - The Betrothal


Nigheyes was irreplaceable; he had worked a change on me in the years that we shared. He was not half of me; together, we made the whole. Even when Hap came into our life, we regarded him as a juvenile and a responsibility. The wolf and I were the unit that made the decisions. Ours was a partnership. With Nighteyes gone, I felt I would never again share the arrangement with any other, animal or human.

2. oldal

sepa I>!

To recognize you are the source of your own loneliness is not a cure for it. But it is a step toward seeing that it is not inevitable, and that such a choice is not irrevocable.

6. oldal, Prologue - Losses Sustained

Noro >!

'When you save any part of the world, you've saved the whole world. In fact, that's the only way it can be done.'

Chapter 23

A sorozat következő kötete

The Tawny Man Trilogy sorozat · Összehasonlítás
Realms of the Elderlings sorozat · Összehasonlítás

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