Fool’s Errand by Robin Hobb, 662 pages
This is the start of a new trilogy called The Tawny Man, but it picks up the story of FitzChivalry from the Farseer Trilogy fifteen years later. Fitz is being called back into service by the Farseers, this time to help the young prince, Dutiful, who doesn’t even realize how much help he needs. The prince needs a teacher for both the Sight and the Wit, but unfortunately, he has disappeared and Fitz and the Fool, now disguised as Lord Golden, must hunt him down. This was a terrific story, although a little bit sad, but I loved it and would definitely recommend Hobb’s books to anyone who enjoys fantasy.