Dragon Haven – The Rain Wild Chronicles Book 2

Dragon Haven is the second science fiction book in The Rain Wild Chronicles series by author Robin Hobb.

This is a New York Times bestseller about the epic tale of the revival of dragons in a world that both needs and fears them. Favorite and most acclaimed author Robin Hobb brings you a great read.

Here are the top 3 reviews and comments that readers love about this fascinating book.

Review 1: Dragon Haven – The Rain Wild Chronicles Book 2 by Stephen C. Setzman

I’ve been a fan of science -fiction fantasy since I was 20 years old. That was 50 years ago when I first read The Hobbit and then The Lord of the Rings. I read them straight through, barely pausing to eat and sleep. Since then, I’ve had the pleasure of reading many of the best sci-fi authors including some of best. I won’t bother the reader with a list of the authors I think are the best, but I would without hesitation, include Robin Hobb. Robin has an incredible gift for creating characters with amazing reality. Her sensitivity to those characters and the lives they lead makes them jump off the page. I feel touched by the way they deal with the issues they face and moved by their depth. Robin’s ability to paint all kinds of people with very real issues allows them to jump off the page. Generating an entirely different yet just as plausible set of experiences and problems for dragons is a stunning accomplishment. The first two volumes of the Rain Wild Chronicles causes to wait impatiently for the next volume. Thank you for the incredibly entertaining experience Robin.

Review 2: Dragon Haven – The Rain Wild Chronicles Book 2 by Chris Threatt

I’ve enjoyed all of Hobb’s books so far. I’ve read six of the Fitz and the Fool books, and decided to learn more about the universe by reading the Rain Wilds books. For the most part I have really enjoyed them, in particular the unique perspective on the life of dragons and their interactions with humans.

The only place where these books lose their appeal is in some of the dialog between the humans. At times I feel like I’m being dragged through my teen angst years all over again, and that applies to both young and older characters in these books. Other times the dialog doesn’t feel natural, because one character will run on a monologue, where in real human interaction there would be interruptions and some give and take.

All in all, the negatives are far outweighed by the positives. The dragons and their caretakers, and the evolution of those relationships has been very interesting.

Review 3: Dragon Haven – The Rain Wild Chronicles Book 2 by Cheshyre

The story is great!

but the narration is not great. not great at all. Robin Hobb hasn’t written a story I don’t like but I wish I could get a refund for the already purchased audibles and buy them from a bookstore or for kindle or something. The narrator makes me feel like I’m sitting on the floor listening to a story before nap time.

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