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Assassins Quest (Farseer Trilogy, #3) King Shrewd Is Dead At The Hands Of His Son Regal As Is Fitz Or So His Enemies And Friends Believe But With The Help Of His Allies And His Beast Magic, He Emerges From The Grave, Deeply Scarred In Body And Soul The Kingdom Also Teeters Toward Ruin Regal Has Plundered And Abandoned The Capital, While The Rightful Heir, Prince Verity, Is Lost To His Mad Quest Perhaps To Death Only Verity S Return Or The Heir His Princess Carries Can Save The Six Duchies But Fitz Will Not Wait Driven By Loss And Bitter Memories, He Undertakes A Quest To Kill Regal The Journey Casts Him Into Deep Waters, As He Discovers Wild Currents Of Magic Within Him Currents That Will Either Drown Him Or Make Him Something Than He Was Praise For Robin Hobb And Assassin S Quest Fantasy As It Ought To Be Written Robin Hobb S Books Are Diamonds In A Sea Of Zircons George R R Martin An Enthralling Conclusion To This Superb Trilogy, Displaying An Exceptional Combination Of Originality, Magic, Adventure, Character, And Drama Kirkus Reviews Starred Review Superbly Written, Wholly Satisfying, Unforgettable Better Than Any Fantasy Trilogy In Print Including Mine Melanie Rawn


10 thoughts on “Assassins Quest (Farseer Trilogy, #3)

  1. says:

    This review won t be pretty, I m severely disappointed with this installment.I don t know if this is considered an unpopular opinion or not but if it is, I m warning anyone who s a fan of this book to just skip reading this review Everything here is my opinion and if you loved this book, I m truly happy for you Believe me, it pained me to give this book a 2 stars rating and this is me being generous already but I really can t give this book a higher rating than that.Snail s Quest, Repetition Q This review won t be pretty, I...


  2. says:

    Un freaking popular opinion And no, I don t care Although, some of my friends feel the same All the stars in the world for Night Eyes The narrator did a wonderful job as usual but I just wasn t feeling this one I must admit, I fell asleep a few times Does this mean I will never read another Robin Hobb book No Does this mean Robin Hobb doesn t write great books No I will continue on with this world as I go along I happy for all of you that loved this book There is nothing like loving a Un freaking popular opinion And no, I don t care Although, some of my friends feel the same All the stars in the world for Night Eyes The narrator did a wonderful job as usual but I just wasn t feelin...


  3. says:

    Robin Hobb certainly knows how to deliver a spectacular conclusion The build up going into these final chapters was immense she draws the plot out so much that when the ending does arrive, it s almost explosive because it s so shocking that it has finally been delivered I love the way she keeps doing this to me, but this book wasn t without its faults The villain, Prince Regal, remains a bit of a frustrating mystery and the final resolution, though good, was a little glossed over This is th Robin Hobb certainly knows how to deliver a spectacular conclusion The build up going into these final chapters was immense she draws th...


  4. says:

    Buddy read with Alexa It s a hard thing to do to constantly force yourself onward in a series that has never managed to fully catch your interest, just waiting for it to improve And then to reach the end and realise that it doesn t.I really wanted to like this series After finishing both the first and the second book I was torn between two different ratings, and on both occasions decided to give the book the highest one All in hope of drastic improvements that could make the series as interes Buddy read with Alexa It s a hard thing to do to constantly force yourself onward in a series that has never managed to fully catch your interest, just waiting for it to improve And then to reach the end and realise that it doesn t.I really wanted to like this series After finishing both the first and the second book I was torn between two different ratings, and on both occasions decided to give the book the highest one All in hope of drastic improvements that could make the series as interesting as I hoped it would be from the beginning But in the end, I was disappointed, and I simply have no patience left Assassin s Quest has the exact same problems as the first two books in the trilogy, only muchso My irritation with Fitz grew by the page, and at this point he is very near to becoming my least favourite protagonist ever I was warned about it, but I didn t heed t...


  5. says:

    Actual Rating 2.5 StarsThough it pains me to say this, Assassin s Quest is the weakest installment of the Farseer Trilogy. It s not necessarily a bad book but I am pretty split down the middle on things I did didn t like about this conclusion and so a 2.5 stars felt appropriate While the opening scene is very strong, this book ultimately suffers from a monotonous journey with an indistinct rushed conclusion Unfortunately, I won t be able to explain myself further without spoilers Actual Rating 2.5 StarsThough it pains me to say this, Assassin s Quest is the weakest installment of the Farseer Trilogy. It s not necessarily a bad book but I am pretty split...


  6. says:

    After the spine tingling cliff hanger at the close of the book two, I was fully expecting a cathartic close in this the third and final book in the Farseer trilogy However, I found myself getting bored with the tiresome and seemingly endless quest that took far too much of the last half of this 700 some page finale Perhaps it was the monotony of the long haul slough that our hero and his allies endured for 200 plus pages , or even the deus ex machina by way of dragons How convenient an After the spine tingling cliff hanger at the close of the book two, I was fully expecting a cathartic close in this the third and final book in the Farseer trilogy However, I found myself getting bored with the...


  7. says:

    It is always a great feeling to start the last book of the trilogy, especially if you loved the previous books Excitement, curiosity, eagerness, all mixed up in a huge ball of emotions The ending of the Royal Assassin was a game changer and it lifted my expectations for this book in such way that I couldn t wait to find out what will happen next with Fitz and his companions and what fate will befall the Six Duchies.Writing this review wasn t an easy task Not because I was struggling to channe It is always a great feeling to start the last book of the trilogy, especially if you loved the previous books Excitement, curiosity, eagerness, all mixed up in a huge ball of emotions The ending of the Royal Assassin was a game changer and it lifted my expectations for this book in such way that I couldn t wait to find out what will happen next with Fitz and his companions and what fate will befall the Six Duchies.Writing this review wasn t an easy task Not because I was struggling to channel my thoughts and find the proper words but because I couldn t really mention the important and interesting things that happened If I did, this review would have been a few sentences long and filled with spoilers Unfortunately, this only means that not many things of impor...


  8. says:

    2.5 Well, that was interesting If there s an author who knows how to crush a reader s expectations with a hard blow it s Robin Hobb This was dramatically longer than both previous books yet VERY LITTLE HAPPENED Apologies, nothing happened I seriously don t know what to say here since this book was littered with nothing but over 800 pages of Traveling Repetitive recounts Continual, petty, hormone induced, why won t you fuck me arguments that bring nothing to the narrative Traveling 2.5 Well, that was interesting If there s an author who knows how to crush a reader s expectations with a hard blow it s Robin Hobb This was dramatically longer than both previous books yet VERY LITTLE HAPPENED Apologies, nothing happened I seriously don t know what to say here since this book was littered with nothing but over 800 pages of Traveling Repetitive recounts Continual, petty, hormone induced, why won t you fuck me arguments that bring nothing to the narrative Traveling Seriously Why won t you fuck...


  9. says:

    I very rarely give only one star it feels melodramatic, especially since I gave Royal Assassin five But after the quality of the first two books in this trilogy, I was shocked and appalled by this one and, what s worse, I was bored In this book, Fitz leaves Buckkeep and all of the other characters we ve come to know and love over the first two books He spends most of the 760 page book hiking across the continent, much of it alone, much of the rest with random throwaway characters who appear I very rarely give only one star it feels melodramatic, especially since I gave Royal Assassin five But after the quality of the first two books in this trilogy, I was shocked and appalled by this one and, what s worse, I was bored In this book, Fitz leaves Buckkeep and all of the other characters we ve come to know and love over the first two books He spends most of the 760 page book hiking across the continent, much of it alone, much of the rest with random throwaway characters who appear for the first time in this book many of whom disappear after a couple chapters and proceed to have noimpact on the plot It all feels like filler When he finally meets up with other major characters, there swalking,filler what happened to all the passion and intrigue of the first two books It s hard to put my finger on what went wrong here It feels as if the a...


  10. says:

    When you try your best but you don t succeedWhen you get what you want but not what you needWhen you feel so tired but you can t sleepStuck in reverseColdplayThere is a kind of trope in epic fantasy where the Chosen One gets angry at being chosen, at what he has to sacrifice for the global benefit, and what a terrible time he is having Frodo, Harry Potter etc all go through this woe is me phase FitzChivalry, the protagonist of this Farseer Trilogy does a lot of that in this final vol...


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