City of Dragons, the third part of Rain Wild Chronicles will be published as a hardcover edition in the US in February and in the UK in April. For the first time, both editions will feature the same cover art by Jackie Morris, the US on a golden background and the UK one on a green. Robin will also do a US book tour in February, check the cities in the side bar on the left and visit robinhobb.com for more details.
You can already preorder the book on popular online stores, so here are the traditional plentynet affiliate links:
US hardcover edition of City of Dragons, out February 7th, ISBN 9780061561634 bookdepository.comamazon.com
The fourth and final part of the Chronicles is tentatively titled Blood of Dragons and is scheduled for publication in May 2013.
Robin is also going to attend several conventions in the US and Europe, including Michigan, Arizona, Washington and the Netherlands. So keep an eye on the appearances calendar on the official site if you’d like to meet her in 2012!
The ongoing French graphic novel adaptation of the Farseer trilogy will be translated to Dutch. The first part, De bastaard will be available in November and the 2nd part Het Vermogen in February 2011. The publisher is Luitingh. The original French series is planned to have 9 parts, so far 4 of them have been published, the latest being Molly which was released just last month. More details about this project can be found at the wiki. Still no word of a translation to English!
Thanks to our wiki user Evil berry for the details.
I’ve been a bit too busy the last couple of weeks, so I haven’t made any updates here although there have been several newsworthy things to post about. So let’s get to it!
Italian translation of Dragon Keeper is now out with the title Il custode del drago. The publisher is Fanucci. Thanks to Antebar for sending this in! And here’s the news at Blood Memories, the Italian Hobb fansite.
Dutch Dragon Haven should also already be out there, with the title De Drakenziel. It is published by Luitingh-Sijthoff.
Robin and Sara Creasy (author of Song of Scarabaeu) were discussing on Babel Clash at the end of April—you can find their entries and the subsequent commentary here. Very interesting reading!
Think I missed something? Leave a comment or send me an email at memories (at) theplenty dot net!
The Dutch translation of Dragon Haven now has a finalised cover art and a publication date. De Kronieken van de Wilde Regenlanden tweede boek: Drakenziel will be available 1st of May 2010. The book will be published by Luitingh Fantasy.
Here’s a new trailer for the Dragon Keeper, it’s not only a Dutch translation but also an updated and edited version of the original.
The Dragon Keeper aka De Kronieken van de Wilde Regenlanden eerste boek: Drakenhoeder will be available 11th of November 2009 by Luitingh Fantasy. The trailer is by Sabotage & Dialogue Productions.