Monday, October 29, 2007

The Golden Fool - Robin Hobb

Subterfuge and psionics.

Fitz is back in the heart of it after the death of Nighteyes and his recovery in Dutiful, who it seems has much in common as far as the mental powers side of thing goes, and this is where Fitz turns his attention.

The political situation becomes more complicated when Dutiful's wife to be demands a quest of him to prove his worthiness. It is a lot worse than cleaning out some stables or taming a wild bull, too.

Another finely written installment of the second Farseer trilogy.

4 out of 5

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