Ship of Magic

Ship of Magic

Book - 1999
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A power struggle ensues when Captain Ephron Vestrit turns over the magic ship Vivacia to his evil son-in-law, forcing his daughter Althea to fight for control of the vessel and its crew.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, 1999, c1998
Edition: Bantam pbk. ed
Description: xvi, 809 p. : maps ; 18 cm
ISBN: 9780553575637
0553575635
Branch Call Number: Hobb

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This is one of my favorite Robin Hobb books! I love the mystery and the relationships building. The rest of the series is also just as good, but this book really sealed the deal for me.

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campingstove
Nov 21, 2014

Fan flipping tastic. So many wonderfully drawn and believable characters. So many side stories all swirling around the central theme. The book is about so much, I ended up feeling like it was simply about what it means to be human. Very memorable.

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Dec 06, 2011

Another great novel by Robin Hobb. Interesting characters, interesting story, interesting world.

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kimimagination
Oct 11, 2009

I find Robin Hobb to be an excellent writer.
The characters and plot are so rich, you will actually want to be in this story!

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Oct 11, 2009

"The wide straight streets that had been so open and welcoming now seemed designed only to expose him to pursuit."

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Oct 11, 2009

"She had hennaed her black hair this month and her perfume hung about her as heavily as her jewels."

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