City of Dragons

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City of Dragons
City of Dragons (Robin Hobb novel).jpg
First edition (UK)
Author Robin Hobb
Cover artist Jackie Morris
CountryUnited Kingdom
LanguageEnglish
Series The Rain Wild Chronicles
Genre Fantasy
Publisher HarperVoyager (UK)
Publication date
September 2011 (NL) [1]
Media typePrint (hardback)
Preceded by Dragon Haven  
Followed by Blood of Dragons  

City of Dragons is a fantasy novel by American writer Robin Hobb, the third book in The Rain Wilds Chronicles . It was released in September 2011 and is a direct continuation of the previous novel: Dragon Haven. [2]

Contents

Plot summary

Characters

Minor Characters

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References

  1. "De Kronieken Van De Wilde Regenland / 3 Drakenstad". bol.com.
  2. Shawl, Nisi (18 February 2012). "Robin Hobb's 'City of Dragons': Trouble in the Rain Wilds". The Seattle Times.