- Fool's Assassin by Robin Hobb – a melancholic hero fights again
- The last that faithful readers saw of FitzChivalry Farseer, Robin Hobb's bastard prince, assassin and resolute melancholic, he was, he told us, "content".
- Fool's Assassin by Robin Hobb, review: 'high art'
- Since the Tawny Man trilogy ended in 2003 with Fool's Fate, Hobb's readers have hoped she would return to the story of FitzChivalry, the royal bastard and trained assassin, and his elusive soulmate and nemesis, the Fool.
- Fool's Quest, by Robin Hobb - book review: More swords and sorcery from a Dame
- Robin Hobb is a novelist who appeals to readers who usually avoid fantasy, even when burnished by HBO's adaptation of A Game of Thrones. Her hero FitzChivalry Farseer is a kind of Hamlet with extras.
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- There have been so many brilliant fantasy books this year that it's really quite hard to thin them down to just ten.
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