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SFX special with City of Dragons stickers

28 Apr, 2012 filed under: Robin Hobb, England/UK, Internet

I think I tweeted about this earlier but forgot to post it here, sorry! SFX magazine has published a special fantasy edition that comes with a set of stickers from City of Dragons. It’s packed with other fantastical stuff too, like Game of Thrones and the Hobbit. If your local newsstand doesn’t carry it, you can order one online here.

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City of Dragons now available in the UK

24 Apr, 2012 filed under: Robin Hobb, England/UK

The UK hardcover edition of the third part of the Rain Wild Chronicles, City of Dragons, is now available. You can get your copy from bookdepository.co.uk or amazon.co.uk if you haven’t bought one yet. The fourth and final part of the series, Blood of Dragons will be out in March 2013 in the UK and the US.

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Kindle special for Dragon Keeper

12 Apr, 2012 filed under: Robin Hobb, England/UK, Internet

Another limited time Kindle special for UK readers, The Dragon Keeper is available from amazon.co.uk for only 1.99 pounds. Go to http://amzn.to/RHDragon

And while you’re at it, why not preorder the UK hardback for City of Dragons? Only ten days to go!

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Assassin’s Apprentice kindle deal

8 Apr, 2012 filed under: Robin Hobb, England/UK, Internet

For a limited time, you can buy Assassin’s Apprentice as an ebook from amazon.co.uk for only 1.99 pounds. Good time to get an electronic copy of your favourite book or perhaps gift it to your friend or family member and introduce them to the world of the Elderlings? Visit http://amzn.to/RHAssassin

Thanks for the tip Robin!

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Rain Wild Chronicles = Four Books, Not Three

26 Feb, 2012 filed under: Robin Hobb, Australia, England/UK, US, Internet, the Netherlands

There currently seems to be a great deal of reader confusion surrounding the Rain Wild Chronicles, particularly now that City of Dragons (Volume Three) has been released.

Many have believed that the Rain Wild Chronicles is/was going to be just another trilogy, such as we have had from Robin Hobb before, but this is not the case…and never has been. The Rain Wild Chronicles is made up of four books or, rather, ‘volumes’. Not three.

All are finished but so far only three have been released – Dragon Keeper (Volume One), Dragon Haven (Volume Two) and City of Dragons (Volume Three). As an aside, if you are a fellow Australian, the UK paperback version of City of Dragons found its way to our shores last week with the hardback still anticipated for the previously published April 23rd release date.

Blood of Dragons (Volume Four) has already been released in its Dutch translation – Drakenbloed —but both the US and UK versions will not be released until May 1st, 2013. The Rain Wild Chronicles will be complete once it is released.

So, to re-cap, the Rain Wild Chronicles consists of Dragon Keeper, Dragon Haven, City of Dragons and Blood of Dragons. For the full story on how the Rain Wild Chronicles came to be in their present form, please head to Robin’s site and read the explanation in her own words.

Robin’s post also includes a further link to a recently completed SUVUDU interview with Shawn Speakman. I envisage that Hobb fans will enjoy reading the interview and will come away from it just as excited as I did!

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