#1 16/03/2003 20:38:47

Gil galad
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" Fool's Errand, Book One of the Tawny Man by Robin Hobb (UK) "

Est-ce bien ce que je crois, la "suite" de l'Assassin Royal ?

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#2 16/03/2003 20:38:48

Zebulon
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J'ai trouv a en cherchant sur Google. J'ai pas le temps de vous faire la traduction, mais on dirait bien une nouvelle saga qui forme une suite aux deux autres smile


FOOL'S ERRAND: Book One of The Tawny Man
by Robin Hobb
First Serial, British, Translation, Audio, and Performance:
Ralph Vicinanza, Ltd., 212-924-7090

January
Fiction


Robin Hobb is one of Bantam's biggest homegrown successes. Now, she surpasses herself again in this remarkable new outing. A riveting beginning to a brand new series, FOOL'S ERRAND harkens back to Hobb's bestselling Farseer saga as it picks up the tale of FitzChivalry Farseer, Hobb's most popular hero. FOOL'S ERRAND returns to Fitz's tale a few months after the events chronicled in The Liveship Traders. In the intervening years, FitzChivalry Farseer has become a virtual hermit. Now in his thirties, he seems content to live in an isolated cottage with only his adopted son Hap and his faithful wolf Nighteyes for company until destiny comes seeking him in the form of the Fool. Rich and successful from his sojourn in Bingtown, the Fool -- now known as Lord Golden-- has come begging Fitz's aid. Fitz's trueborn son, Prince Dutiful, has been discovered to be Witted at a time when public sentiment is running high against the Witted Ones. Now, the prince is missing. Whether he is fleeing his impending engagement or kidnapped, no one can say. But as someone with Wit -- and the only known Skill user in the Kingdom -- Fitz may be the only person who can find Dutiful in time for the critical ceremony that could bond two troubled nations together. The titles in Hobb's Farseer trilogy are: Assassin's Apprentice, Royal Assassin, and Assassin's Quest.



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#3 16/03/2003 20:38:49

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Bon il faudra srement attendre trs longtemps avant que ce soit traduit en franais aussi.... sad

 

#4 16/03/2003 20:38:52

Hwi Noree
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C'est a ! smile


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#5 16/03/2003 20:38:53

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Trs sympa, je trouve. big_smile


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#6 16/03/2003 20:38:54

Zebulon
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Pareil smile


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#7 16/03/2003 20:38:55

FaramirGaladhrim
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Excellant comme couverture, mme si il ne faut pas juste se fier a ca, ca me donne le gout de le lire !!!

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#8 16/03/2003 20:38:58

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Eh bien, moi, j'ai trouv a ! smile

" EXCERPT, FOOL'S ERRAND:

I heard the horse halt outside and the small sounds of a man dismounting.
The gray one, the wolf growled low.

My heart near stopped in my chest. I opened the door slowly as the old man was reaching to knock at it. He peered at me, and then his smile broke forth. Fitz, my boy. Ah, Fitz!

He reached to embrace me. For an instant, I stood frozen, unable to move. I did not know what I felt. That my old mentor had tracked me down after all these years was frightening. There would be a reason, something more than simply seeing me again. But I also felt that leap of kinship, that sudden stirring of interest that Chade had always roused in me. When I had been a boy at Buckkeep, his secret summons would come at night, bidding me climb the concealed stair to his lair in the tower above my room. There he mixed his poisons and taught me the assassins trade and made me irrevocably his. Always my heart had beat faster at the opening of that secret door. Despite all the years and the pain, he still affected me that way. Secrets and the promise of adventure clung to him.

So I found myself reaching out to grasp his stooping shoulders and pull him to me in a hug. Skinny, the old man was getting skinny again, as bony as he had been when I first met him. But now I was the recluse in the worn robe of gray wool. He was dressed in royal blue leggings and a doublet of the same with slashed insets of green that sparked off his eyes. His riding boots were black leather, as were the soft gloves he wore. His cloak of green matched the insets in his doublet and was lined with fur. White lace spilled from his collar and sleeves. The scattered scars that had once shamed him into hiding had faded to a pale speckling on his weathered face. His white hair hung loose to his shoulders and was curled above his brow. There were emeralds in his earrings, and another one set squarely in the center of the gold band at his throat.

The old assassin smiled mockingly as he saw me take in his splendor. Ah, but a Queens councilor must look the part, if he is to get the respect both he and she deserve in his dealings.

I see, I said faintly, and then, finding my tongue, Come in, do, come in. I fear you will find my home a bit ruder than what you have obviously become accustomed to, but you are welcome all the same.

I did not come to quibble about your house, boy. I came to see you.

Boy? I asked him quietly as I smiled and showed him in.

Ah, well. To me, always, perhaps. It is one of the advantages of age, I can call anyone almost anything I please, and no one dares challenge me. Ah, you have the wolf still, I see. Nighteyes, was it? Up in years a bit now; I dont recall that white on your muzzle. Come here now, theres a good fellow. Fitz, would you mind seeing to my horse? Ive been all morning in the saddle, and spent last night at a perfectly wretched inn. I m a bit stiff, you know. And just bring in my saddlebags, would you? There s a good lad.

He stooped to scratch the wolfs ears, his back to me, confident I would obey him. And I grinned and did. The black mare hed ridden was a fine animal, amiable and willing. There is always a pleasure to caring for a creature of that quality. I watered her well, gave her some of the chickens grain and turned her into the ponys empty paddock. The saddlebags that I carried back to the house were heavy and one sloshed promisingly.

I entered to find Chade in my study, sitting at my writing desk, poring over my papers as if they were his own. Ah, there you are. Thank you, Fitz. This, now, this is the stone game, isnt it? The one Kettle taught you, to help you focus your mind away from the Skill-road? Fascinating. I d like to have this one when you are finished with it.

If you wish, I said quietly. I knew a moments unease. He tossed out words and names I had buried and left undisturbed. Kettle. The Skill-Road. I pushed them back into the past. Its not Fitz anymore, I said pleasantly. Its Tom Badgerlock.

Oh?

I touched the streak of white in my hair from my scar. For this. People remember the name. I tell them I was born with the white streak, and so my parents named me.

I see, he said noncommittally. Well, it makes sense, and its sensible.

He leaned back in my wooden chair. It creaked. Theres brandy in those bags, if youve cups for us. And some of old Saras ginger cakes . . . I doubt youd expect me to remember how fond you were of those. Probably a bit squashed, but its the taste that matters with those. The wolf had already sat up. He came to place his nose on the edge of the table. It pointed directly at the bags.

So. Sara is still cook at Buckkeep? I asked as I looked for two presentable cups. Chipped crockery didnt bother me, but I was suddenly reluctant to set it out for Chade.

Chade left the study and came to my kitchen table. Oh, not really. Her old feet bother her if she stands too long. She has a big cushioned chair, set up on a platform in the corner of the kitchen. She supervises from there. She cooks the things she enjoys cooking, the fancy pastries, the spiced cakes, and the sweets. Theres a young man named Duff does most of the daily cooking now. He was unpacking the saddlebags as he spoke. He set out two bottles marked as Sandsedge brandy. I could not remember the last time Id tasted that. The ginger cakes, a bit squashed as foretold, emerged, spilling crumbs from the linen hed wrapped them in. The wolf sniffed deeply, then began salivating. His favorites, too, I see, Chade observed dryly, and tossed him one. The wolf caught it neatly and carried it off to devour on the hearthrug.

The saddlebags gave up their other treasures quickly. A sheaf of fine paper, pots of blue, red and green inks. A fat ginger root, just starting to sprout, ready to be potted for the summer. Some packets of spices. A rare luxury for me, a round ripe cheese. And in a little wooden chest, other items, hauntingly strange in their familiarity. Small things I had thought long lost to me. A ring that had belonged to Prince Rurisk of the Mountain Kingdom. The arrowhead that had pierced the Princes chest and nearly been the death of him. A small carved box, made by my hands years ago, to contain my poisons. I opened it. It was empty. I put the lid back on the box and set it down on the table. I looked at him. He was not just one old man come to visit me. He brought all of my past trailing along behind him as an embroidered train follows a woman into a hall. When I let him into my door, I had let in my old world with him.

Why? I asked quietly. Why, after all these years, have you sought me out?

From Chapter One, Chade Fallstar, Fools Errand Copyright Robin Hobb 2001 "


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#9 16/03/2003 20:38:59

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Au moins 2 trois ans pour que ca arrive en france !!! Et encore y vont trouver le moyen de nous le couper en deux partie ! Mme e,n belle dition 150 balles ! grrrrr ! Et en plus ca sera que le premier tome !!!

Merci Pocket et tous les autres.....

Dagor Aglareb qui commence en avoir marre et qui vient juste de dcouvrir, alors juste qu'il commence (enfin) trouver La roue de Temps intressant, que il y a plus de dix tomes dont 1 ou deux pas traduits et que la plupart sont chez Rivages 145 FF !!!!! Et en plus ils ont le culot de dcouper chaque livre en deux tomes !!! Ah l'argent...


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#10 16/03/2003 20:39:00

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C mme pire y en a 9 d'crit en anglais sachant qu'il sont divis en 2 en franais fait qu'on en est a 18 TOMES :eek: :eek:
Enfin pr Hobb (si fait comme l'assassin royal) y a plus qu'a attendre que j'ai lu le sorte en poche pr que ces en... de conn... de chez Pygmalion sortent par MAGIE une dition broch de 2 bouquin a 150FRs regroupant les 6 tomes prcdement sortie en broche a....150frcs chacun...cherchez l'erreur...vs avez dit escroquerie vs ne vs tes pas tromper.

Qui a le numro de sans aucun doute ???

Sinon c une bonne nouvelle pr mes lecture mais pas pr mon porte feuille et ma patience. smile sad

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#11 16/03/2003 20:39:01

Hwi Noree
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Oui, mais l'dition broche dont tu parles n'est pas un modle de tenue, avec son papier ultra-fin, sa couverture molle...

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#12 16/03/2003 20:39:02

IlaXeS
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Oui il est vrai que la couverture souffre d'une certaine fragilit (la couche plastique de la couverture de mon 2 tome a pris la poudre d'escampette) mais celle ci est quand mme plus belle que sur l'autre version.
Et puis d'abord un livre est un objet prcieux dt on doit prendre soin alors un peu de dlicatesse espce d'exite du marque page, bourreau de livres...wink

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#13 16/03/2003 20:39:03

Perrin
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C'est plutt qu'on risque plus facilement de froisser les pages. C'est ce que j'ai fait, et mon frre - Manu/Gillossen - n'tait pas vraiment ravi... wink


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#14 16/03/2003 20:39:04

IlaXeS
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OHHHH... j'imagine ce qu'a pu te faire subir le Shirrif si tu as porter atteinte a l'integrit de son livre...Il est sans scrupule...
Mais enfin je dois dire que moi si mon frre s'avise d'gratigner un de mes livres si couteux je l'envoie en orbite avec mon pied comme lanceur improvis...wink

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#15 16/03/2003 20:39:07

Zebulon
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Fool's errand, c'est que pour les anglais lol


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#16 16/03/2003 20:41:30

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lol
Et est-ce que l'on sait dj s'il sera gracieusement coup en deux pour son dition franaise ? wink

 

#17 16/03/2003 20:41:31

DjouJyBienn
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Y'a l'un d'entre vous qui l'a lu ???
Il donne quoi par rapport aux deux autres trilogies ???
Merci

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#18 16/03/2003 20:41:32

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mais pourquoi bon dieu j'ai pas repris des cours d'anglais!!!! j'ai compris une partie, devin un petit bout mais waouh...ma curiosit est pique...le problme c'est que ca restera inassouvi...donc si j'ai bien compris Fitz s'est planqu quelque part, son ancien mentor a russi a le retrouver, il est devenu conseiller de la Reine (d'o apparemment les vtements somptueux qu'il porte) et Fitz se demande bien ce qu'il vient faire l...pardi si j'ai bien lu il va encore se faire avoir et devoir reprendre son travail...vive l'assassin royal!!!!!!!!!!!


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#19 16/03/2003 20:41:33

Sir Hill
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Le passage que tu nous donnes,Gillo, est trop tentant. C'est dcid le prochain bouquin que j'achte, c'est sr, c'est celui-l.

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#20 16/03/2003 20:41:34

Ran Borune
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Bon quelqu'un l'a lu ?

Est-ce que c'est mieux de la premire srie ??

Je crois que je vais pas attendre 4 ans avant de le lire ce tome l smile


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