Forest Mage - Robin Hobb Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007196172 / Author: Robin Hobb / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy
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Customer Forest Mage - Robin Hobb Reviews (3)
by - written on 06/04/10 (Very useful, 6 readings)
This is the second book in the Soldier Son trilogy of Robin Hobb's. Hobb introduced us to entirely fresh new characters in the first book, not related to the people or the geography of her other trilogies. In this book, Nevare - having survived the Speck plague at the military academy - finds that he is suffering from some very strange side effects of the plague and he is putting on weight no matter what he does. This leads to him becoming ostracised by the Academy and his family, and rejected as a greedy selfish pig. The plague isn't done with him either, and he suffers yet more losses due to its touch. Losing his family support and his fiancee, Nevare sets out to . Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
This is the second book in the Soldier Son Trilogy by author Robin Hobb. This continues the story from where we left it in Shamans Crossing. This book was released in July 2006 so a whole year had passed since the previous book. This of course meant fans were eager to get there hands on a copy and find out where the story would take them next. So this was another big seller for Hobb as she continued to enhance her reputation. So in the previous book Old Thares and the acadamy were realing from the outbreak of the Speck plague. Many cadets lost their lives and the ones who did survive never made a full recovery. Nevare has recovered from the plague but is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/08/07 (Very useful, 94 readings)
Continuing almost exactly where the first novel left off, FOREST MAGE once again thrusts us deep into the life of soldier son, Nevare Burvelle- still attending the Old Thares Military Academy and currently recovering from a paticulary bad case of Speck Plague (of which he may just have played a large part in spreading) that has left it's mark not just on his body but also on his soul. The Old Thares Military Academy is a far changed place from whence we last saw it. With the ravages of the Plague now far behind it has come the shocking realisation that so many of it's cadets have fallen to it's clutches. Now, no difference is shown between the way that Old ... Read the complete review
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