Robin Hobb bibliography

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Hobb in 2017

This is a complete list of works by American fantasy author Robin Hobb, the pen name of Margaret Astrid Lindholm Ogden. [1] [2]

Contents

Writing as Megan Lindholm

The Ki and Vandien Quartet

Tillu and Kerlew

Other books

Short fiction

Writing as Robin Hobb

The Realm of the Elderlings

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Fan-made map of the Realm of the Elderlings by Robin Hobb
Series [6] [7] BookYear
The Farseer Trilogy Assassin's Apprentice 1995
Royal Assassin 1996
Assassin's Quest 1997
Liveship Traders Trilogy Ship of Magic 1998
The Mad Ship 1999
Ship of Destiny 2000
The Tawny Man Trilogy Fool's Errand 2001
The Golden Fool 2002
Fool's Fate 2003
The Rain Wild Chronicles Dragon Keeper 2009
Dragon Haven 2010
City of Dragons 2011
Blood of Dragons 2013
The Fitz and the Fool Trilogy Fool's Assassin 2014
Fool's Quest 2015
Assassin's Fate 2017

Elderlings short fiction

Soldier Son Trilogy

Other

Collections

The Inheritance & Other Stories (2011), contains seven stories written as Megan Lindholm and three stories written as Robin Hobb: [5]

H Hugo award nominee.
N Nebula award nominee.
Written as Hobb and set in the Realm of the Elderlings.

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