You Didn’t Invent That: Shakespeare’s Spurious Neologisms http://blog.dictionary.com/spurious-neologisms-shakespeare/ at Dictionary.com
Sweet Chucks: 10 Shakespearean Terms of Endearment http://dictionary.reference.com/slideshows/shakespearean-pet-names at Dictionary.com
An even more thorough listing of Robin Hobb’s books.
A pseudonym used by Megan Lindholm
Robin Hobb is a confirmed believer not just in research, but in attempting to experience the things she is writing about. When, at the age of ten, she moved with her family from California to Alaska, it shaped her as a writer more than any other experience in her life. In the early stages of her writing career she established herself as an author under the name ‘Megan Lindholm’, creating such fine works of modern fantasy as Wizard of the Pigeons, Harpy’s Flight, The Windsingers, and The Reindeer People. In 1992 she decided to embark upon something of greater epic scope. To mirror that change, she chose a new name, ‘Robin Hobb’ under which she has, to the present day, written three trilogies: the Farseer, Liveship Traders and Tawny Man trilogies. She is Voyager’s fastest-selling author in backlist and has now sold…
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I love Robin Hobb’s books. The Assassin, Fool, Dragon, and LiveShip Trader series are all worth the time it takes to read them.
I have been following Fitz and the Fool for many years now and Robin Hobb has become one of my favorite writers ever. It is few others who managed to evoke an emotional response of that magnitude by creating amazing characters and putting them through hell. Robin Hobb does it best. And while I always need breaks after finishing one of her trilogies, I feel drawn back into the world of the Six Duchies and that royal bastard I have grown to love so much.
Published by: Voyager, 2002
Series: The Tawny Man #2
My rating: 7/10
*MASSIVE SPOILERS FOR THE FARSEER TRILOGY AND FOOL’S ERRAND AHEAD*
I actually didn’t post the first sentence because it contains a huge spoiler for the entire series.
Fitz has succeeded in rescuing Prince Dutiful from the clutches of the Piebald…
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