Abhorsen is a great conclusion to a narrative arc which started with Lirael, the second book in the series.
Rating: 4/5 stars
This was almost another 5 stars read, this was almost as good as Fool’s Errand, but it wasn’t due to the second book syndrome that is quite evident here.
While the Abhorsen series continues to thrive on its magic and worldbuilding, the characterisation in Lirael is unfortunately not up to par with its predecessor, Sabriel.
Rating: 5/5 stars
A tale of a bond between humans and animals at its finest level.
It's Death Note, of course it’s great.
Rating: 4.5/5 stars
Well done, Robin Hobb. This was a satisfying conclusion to the Liveship Traders trilogy and at the same time, it made me super excited to start Tawny Man trilogy.
A wonderful sequel filled with spectacular characters’ development but unfortunately, it had a few pacing issues.
Rating: 4.75/5 stars
Color me impressed, just the first book in the Liveship Traders trilogy alone is already better than the entire Farseer trilogy.
An impressive sequel to an excellent debut, Blood of Assassins draws upon the compelling character development of Girton Club-Foot to underscore a storyline which is at once engaging and unpredictable.