Robin Hobb is a pen name of novelist Margaret Astrid Lindholm Ogden. She is primarily known for her fantasy works in "The Realm of the Elderlings": the Farseer Trilogy, the Liveship Traders Trilogy, the Tawny Man Trilogy and the Rain Wilds Chronicles. She has also written the Soldier Son Trilogy, ...

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Is The Farseer Trilogy representative of Robin Hobb's work?

I read The Farseer Trilogy after getting the first volume free for the Kindle. To put it mildly, I was very disappointed with that series. It had great potential, but the overarching plot was capped ...
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What situation does the Fool refer to at the start of Fools' Errand?

In the book Fool's errand, The Fool refers to a situation (during his first meeting with Fitz) in which he felt Fitz's presence with him. What time and person did the Fool refer to?
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What is the gender of a specific character in the “Elderling Realm” universe?

In the "Elderling Realm" universe, there is a character who's gender is called into question at several points in the books. The character I am talking about is In the books, I think the author ...
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Who are the “beings” in Robin Hobb's Realm of the Elderlings books?

In Robin Hobb's books on the Realm of the Elderlings, specifically the FitzChivalry books, Fitz ends up on an island that is revealed in the Liveship books to be the island of the "Others." I haven't ...
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Is The Pale Woman ever mentioned in the farseer trilogy?

I haven't read the Farseer trilogy in quite some time, but I recently read the Tawny Man trilogy. However, I can't remember reading about her in the farseer trilogy. So was she mentioned at all in ...