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Re: New Book - Forest Mage

Robin Hobb definately uses these themes through her most recent books. If you were looking for them i'd say you'd have difficulty not finding the themes of
Sam
Mar 20, 2007
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Re: New Book - Forest Mage

... Sent: Sunday, October 22, 2006 8:05 AM Subject: [bingtown] New Book - Forest Mage i somehow feel unsettled when reading them perhaps it has something to do
nellebelle
Mar 1, 2007
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New Book - Forest Mage

Is anyone reading this? What do people think to the new trilogy, i must say it has taken me longer to get into these books and i'm not quite sure why. i
Sam
Oct 22, 2006
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Re: Alien Earth

I've just started reading the Tawny man trilogy again and I love the way Robin writes the simplest of things like Fitz preparing a meal or going around his
hatbar1
May 2, 2006
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Re: Alien Earth

Ahhh... Nighteyes, That was another thing I disliked about the end... I refuse to believe that someone who has known such a bond as Fitz had with Nighteyes
Claripup
May 1, 2006
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Re: Alien Earth

Oo yes, read Alien earth - you won't be disappointed! I thought it started a little slow but give it a chance and you'll love it (hopefully!) There are some
hatbar1
Apr 30, 2006
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Re: Alien Earth

I have a signed copy of alien earth which I've never read... I think I'll have to look it out... But I have read Shaman's Crossing, to be honest I preferred
Claripup
Apr 30, 2006
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Alien Earth

I've just finished reading Alien Earth and I really enjoyed it. Its completely different from her Robin Hobb works but had some great ideas. Definitely
hatbar1
Apr 30, 2006
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new member and progress with new book

I'd just like to welcome our nem member: stfu_im_1337 bit of a typeful if that's the equivalent of awkward to type like mouthful means awkward to say. anyway
Sam
Apr 25, 2006
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190

People!

This is great! Hi Hatbar long time no talk, I'll send you a private e-mail later and catch up with none book stuff later. Harpy's Flight was excellent and have
Sam
Mar 5, 2006
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189

Re: Hello

Hi everyone! I'm new to the group, so I thought I'd say hello and introduce myself. I first heard about Robin's books 4 years ago from an online friend who
Mervi Mäkelä
Mar 4, 2006
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188

Hello

I'm still here Sam! Hope you're ok! I acually bought Shaman's crossing yesterday so I am really looking forward to reading it. I still haven't read any of her
hatbar1
Mar 4, 2006
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187

Re: I'm back

Has anyone read Shaman's Crossing? I enjoyed it very much. I live in southeastern WA state and met Robin/Megan about 20 years ago, while we were both living
nellebelle
Mar 3, 2006
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186

I'm back

Hi guys, If there's any of you left out there I am finally back on the internet in a convenient place...like my home!! Done loads since was last around but
Sam
Mar 2, 2006
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Re: Christmas and people

Hi everyone! I`m Shelma, a 19-year-old girl from Russia. I`ve read a wonderful book by Megan Lindholm ''Sing with the wind'', the1st and 2d part and I loved
Olga Zaharova
Dec 30, 2003
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