Renegade's Magic: Book Three of The Soldier Son Trilogy by Robin HobbRenegade's Magic: Book Three of The Soldier Son Trilogy by Robin Hobb

Renegade's Magic: Book Three of The Soldier Son Trilogy

byRobin Hobb

Mass Market Paperback | March 31, 2009

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Loyal, privileged, and brave—a soldier in the service of the King of Gernia—Nevare Burvelle survived a devastating plague of enemy sorcery, but at a terrible cost to his soul, body, and heart. Now he stands wrongly accused of unspeakable crimes, including murder, the most heinous of them all. Suddenly an outcast and a fugitive, he remains a hostage to the Speck magic that shackles him to a savage alter ego who would destroy everything Nevare holds dear. Perhaps, however, this curse that has long abused him can be used by him instead—a mighty weapon he can learn to wield for his own purposes. But down what perilous road will this desperate new quest lead him? And what will be the ultimate incarnation of Nevare Burvelle?

Robin Hobb was born in California but grew up in Alaska. It was there that she learned to love the forest and the wilderness. She has lived most of her life in the Pacific Northwest and currently resides in Tacoma, Washington. She is the author of five critically acclaimed fantasy series: The Rain Wilds Chronicles (Dragon Keeper,Dragon...
Title:Renegade's Magic: Book Three of The Soldier Son TrilogyFormat:Mass Market PaperbackProduct dimensions:704 pages, 6.75 × 4.19 × 1.06 inShipping dimensions:6.75 × 4.19 × 1.06 inPublished:March 31, 2009Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060758309

ISBN - 13:9780060758301


Rated 1 out of 5 by from The magic got too weird... Although I like the tie-in to the Robin Hobb universe
Date published: 2016-11-24

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"Hobb is probably one of the best writers of the fantasy genre currently operating. With Robin Hobb you do not get the standard good versus evil story in which every character is one or the other. Instead her characters are believable, human and flawed."