Golden Fool (The Tawny Man, Book 2)

Golden Fool (The Tawny Man, Book 2)

Robin Hobb

Prince Dutiful has been rescued from his Piebald kidnappers and the courtroom has resumed its basic rhythms. There FitzChivalry Farseer, gutted by way of the lack of his wolf bondmate, needs to absorb place of abode at Buckkeep as a journeyman assassin.
Posing as a bodyguard, Fitz turns into the eyes and ears in the back of the partitions, guiding a country straying in the direction of civil strife on a daily basis. Amid a mess of difficulties, Fitz needs to make sure that not anyone betrays the Prince’s secret—one that can topple the throne: that he, like Fitz, possesses the dread “beast magic.” simply Fitz’s friendship with the idiot brings him solace. yet even that's shattered while devastating revelations from the Fool’s prior are uncovered. Bereft of help and adrift in intrigue, Fitz reveals that his largest problem can be just to survive.
Praise for Robin Hobb and Golden Fool
“Fantasy because it must be written . . . Robin Hobb’s books are diamonds in a sea of zircons.”—George R. R. Martin
“[Robin Hobb] ranks close to the pinnacle of the excessive delusion box. . . . [She] juggles the entire balls with aplomb, along with delivering spot-on characterizations.”Publishers Weekly
“Solid storytelling with heat and heart.”The Kansas urban Star

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