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This will be a single book, but since the story got longer than anticipated, it will be published in two volumes. It is not a direct continuation of the the [[Liveship Traders trilogy]]. We will see some glimpses of familiar characters, but the main story line will follow new characters and events. The story is told in third person and is told by four view point characters.
 
This will be a single book, but since the story got longer than anticipated, it will be published in two volumes. It is not a direct continuation of the the [[Liveship Traders trilogy]]. We will see some glimpses of familiar characters, but the main story line will follow new characters and events. The story is told in third person and is told by four view point characters.
  
[[Image:DragonKeeperHBfront.jpg|thumb|The front cover for The Dragon Keeper by [[Jackie Morris]].]]
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[[Image:DragonKeeperHBfront.jpg|thumb|The front cover for The Dragon Keeper UK hardcover edition by [[Jackie Morris]].]]
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[[Image:Dragon Keeper US.jpg|thumb|The front cover for The Dragon Keeper US hardcover edition by (unknown at the moment).]]
  
 
==The Rain Wild Chronicles - The Dragon Keeper==
 
==The Rain Wild Chronicles - The Dragon Keeper==
 
This will be the first volume of the book.  
 
This will be the first volume of the book.  
 
===Editions and translations===
 
===Editions and translations===
* UK and Australian hardcover edition published by HarperVoyager 25th of  June 2009 with ISBN 9780007273744 and cover art by [[Jackie Morris]]
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* UK and Australian hardcover edition published by HarperVoyager 25th of  June 2009 with ISBN 9780007273744. Cover art by [[Jackie Morris]]
 
* Australian trade paperback with ISBN 9780007273768 1st of July 2009.
 
* Australian trade paperback with ISBN 9780007273768 1st of July 2009.
 
* an audio book edition read by [[Saskia Butler]], published by HarperCollins Publishers Ltd; Unabridged edition 1 July 2009 with  ISBN 9780007317097
 
* an audio book edition read by [[Saskia Butler]], published by HarperCollins Publishers Ltd; Unabridged edition 1 July 2009 with  ISBN 9780007317097
* US hardcover edition in January 2010  
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* US hardcover edition January 26th 2010 with ISBN 0061561622
 
* a Dutch translation titled ''Drakenhoeder'' by Luitingh scheduled for September 2009
 
* a Dutch translation titled ''Drakenhoeder'' by Luitingh scheduled for September 2009
  

Revision as of 19:37, 26 July 2009

The Dragon Keeper is an upcoming book by Robin Hobb, set to happen in the Rain Wilds after the events of Fool's Fate. This will be a single book, but since the story got longer than anticipated, it will be published in two volumes. It is not a direct continuation of the the Liveship Traders trilogy. We will see some glimpses of familiar characters, but the main story line will follow new characters and events. The story is told in third person and is told by four view point characters.

The front cover for The Dragon Keeper UK hardcover edition by Jackie Morris.
The front cover for The Dragon Keeper US hardcover edition by (unknown at the moment).

The Rain Wild Chronicles - The Dragon Keeper

This will be the first volume of the book.

Editions and translations

  • UK and Australian hardcover edition published by HarperVoyager 25th of June 2009 with ISBN 9780007273744. Cover art by Jackie Morris
  • Australian trade paperback with ISBN 9780007273768 1st of July 2009.
  • an audio book edition read by Saskia Butler, published by HarperCollins Publishers Ltd; Unabridged edition 1 July 2009 with ISBN 9780007317097
  • US hardcover edition January 26th 2010 with ISBN 0061561622
  • a Dutch translation titled Drakenhoeder by Luitingh scheduled for September 2009

The Rain Wild Chronicles - Dragon Haven

This will be the second volume of the book.

Editions and translations

  • UK, Australia and US editions in April or May of 2010



Notes and sources

Some sites like amazon.co.uk lists the following information for the first UK publication