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Golden Fool by Robin Hobb
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Dec 01, 2010

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Jaime Wrote, "Fitz is such a wonderfully flawed hero: self-centered, almost childishly stubborn, and prone to melodramatic self-pity."

Fitz is indeed a flawed hero, and I would leave out the Wonderful. This book takes us away from the focus on the Fool that had gone in the previous books, and given us more of Fitz. I don't particularly like him, and I don't really care if he succeeds or fails.

That is the main problem with this novel and all of the novels from the farseer court. The story is good, but besides the Fool, the characters are soulless, and uninteresting.

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