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Blood of Dragons (Rain Wilds Chronicles #4)
     

Blood of Dragons (Rain Wilds Chronicles #4)

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by Robin Hobb
 

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The final volume in Robin Hobb's popular Rain Wilds fantasy series, Blood of Dragons completes the story of the dragons, their keepers, and their quest to find the lost city of Kelsingra—and the mythical silver wells that the dragons need to survive.

Can Tintaglia and the Elderlings unlock the secrets of the ancient city? Or are they doomed to

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Blood of Dragons: Volume Four of the Rain Wilds Chronicles 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 62 reviews.
epow50 More than 1 year ago
I just finished this one. I love to visit the strange, wonderful world Robin Hobb creates.  Why are trash ratings being allowed? I often use ratings to decide on a book. These silly anonymous ratings distort the system.
debralmartin More than 1 year ago
I've read all of Robin Hobb's books and I thoroughly enjoyed her latest series Rain Wild Chronicles. BLOOD OF DRAGONS is the exciting conclusion in this series and it is a riveting and engrossing book. The story follows the arduous journey of Tingalia, the oldest queen dragon, as she tries to reach the magical city of Kelsingra. She has been wounded and needs the elusive Silver to heal herself. The young dragons have grown and their Elderlings learn what it really means to be tied to these unpredictable creatures. The hunt is on to unlock the secrets of the magical city and the desperate search for a new vein of Silver.  There are a lot of characters in this story and Ms. Hobb handles each of their story arcs well. Alise has to figure who she is now that she's living in Kelsingra and not the wife of vindictive trader Hest. My favorite characters are Thymara and Tats, the young Elderlings, and their journey to young adults. But by far, the best part of the story is of course the dragons. Arrogant queen Santara, drakes Mercor and Kelo plus the other dragons make this story come alive. I loved their perspectives as they regard their Elderling keepers and their role in this new world - a world where dragons rule once again. I have one minor complaint and that is the dragon war was way too short. I would have loved to see more detail about that, but even that doesn't take away the enjoyment of this books. Fans of Ms. Hobb and dragon stories will definitely enjoy this series. Highly Recommended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is my second reading.  I just had me knee replaced and while I am waiting to be dancing a jig I decided to get into the books again.  I missed some things the first time around.
PeazyMonellon More than 1 year ago
Robin Hobb has created an amazing world in this series.  I love each and every character.  I race to finish her books and then I am sad that they are done.  I've read nearly every single series she's written, and they're all fantastic!
Deb1951 More than 1 year ago
I've read all of ths series by Robin Hobb and have thoroughly enjoyed the amazing worlds and complex characters she created.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Like so many others who love Robin Hobb I was left feeling extremely disappointed by the first two books in this series. Don't give up! The third was pure Hobb. Maybe one of my all time favourites, and I have read everyone of her books.
Petunia1 More than 1 year ago
I love dragons and dragon stories and this one does not disappoint. Great story development.
Yoshiluvr More than 1 year ago
Great character development. Great adventure. I will be reading more by Robin Hobb
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it!!
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Ronnie293 More than 1 year ago
The final book in The Rain Wild Chronicles didn't leave me disappointed. The story moved along swiftly and there were no parts in the story that got bogged down tempting you to skip a few pages just to get on with the story. It was told mainly in two or three different parts but switched back and forward enough to remember what was happening in the other part. Just when you were about to give up hope there would be another twist and your faith would be restored. I think Robin Hobb is conscious of what her readers want to happen and I would have been disappointed if things didn't go the way that they did. Loved this book and didn't want it to finish while on the other hand I couldn't wait to read the final chapter.
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Even tho this had some pretty gross parts, its a super series I didn't want to end.
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