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Assassin's Apprentice Traspi , Hijo Bastardo Del Noble Pr Ncipe Hidalgo, Es Heredero Al Trono De Los Seis Ducados Despu S De Ser Rechazado Por Su Familia Es Llevado A La Corte Real, Donde Crece Bajo La Tutela Del Arisco Caballerizo De Su Padre Todos Los Miembros De La Realeza Lo Consideran Un Paria, Salvo El Taimado Rey Artima As Su Abuelo , Quien Busca Que Sea Instruido En Las Artes Del Asesinato, Ya Que Por Sus Venas Corre La Sangre De Una Habilidad M Gica.Mientras Los B Rbaros Invasores Saquean Las Costas, Traspi Se Convierte En Un Hombre Pronto Deber Enfrentar Su Primera Misi N, Tan Peligrosa Como Desoladora.Y Aunque Hay Quienes Ven En L Una Amenaza Para El Trono, Quiz Posea La F Rmula Secreta Para La Supervivencia Del Reino.


10 thoughts on “Assassin's Apprentice

  1. says:

    I haven t read a lot of fantasy in the last decade, so the fact I ve read 12 of Robin Hobb s books in the last 5 years says a lot about how much I enjoy reading her work The adventures of Fitz through three trilogies account for a big chunk of that reading.Robin Hobb can write a first person story with rare skill She shows you a world though Fitz s eyes and makes it matter, makes it vital Some elements of Hobb s fantasy are fairly old school, but written with a modern style and a literary skill that one almost never used to see in fantasy and is still hard to find in the genre.What Hobb does best, quite possibly better than every other fantasy writer, is build, develop, and breathe life into relationships She writes great characters that you can believe in, but it s in interactions that they truly shine The friendship between Fitz and the Fool is the heart of the ...


  2. says:

    Reread this AGAIN because I am going to read all of the books up to date that are out Hmmm. guess I should show y all my cool bookshelf of the books and some of my dragon figurines Ah, maybe later Okay, well here it is These were the lessons in my assassin s primer And Sleight of hand and the art of moving stealthily Where to strike a man to render him unconscious Where to strike a man so that he dies without crying out Where to stab a man so that he dies without too much blood welling out I learned it all rapidly and well, thriving under Chade s approval of my quick mind If your looking for a big ole bloody and everything goes book, this is not it This is just a great story about a boy that was born to not knowing the love of a mother or father But he still turned out to be a good person, even if he was an assassin Fitz is a wonderful character even though he went through a lot as a child He was brought to the royal guard at 6 years old by his grandfather telling them he was done with him and it was time for Prince Chivalry to take care of his own son As you can read on the blurb, Fitz wasn t born the proper way.But Fitz was allowed to stay with the stable master, Burrich, whom I loved very much He was so kind to the horses, dogs, and hawks that belonged to the Prince and he was very kind to Fitz Although, there is one part with so...


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    My journey into The Realm of the Elderlings by Robin Hobb has finally begun and it s off to a great start.You can skip the next paragraph if you want to go straight to the review, this is just a long introduction that I need to make before writing my review It s not an overstatement to say that The Realm of the Elderlings is hands down my biggest gamble of all time in the history of book buying I bought it without using my brain, after all You may call me shallow, my interest in this series sparked due to the reason that the UK paperbacks cover are so damn pretty This reason alone, of course, shouldn t be enough to justify spending tons of money on an author or series that you never tried yet but it does, my friend When Assassin s Apprentice came to my doorstep in the middle of my dilemma on my birthday last year thank you, Haifa , my decision was made Looking at how pretty the book in real life, I immediately bought all the available excluding Assassin s Fate UK paperbacks of the entire series for a whopping price of 200 This is the reason why I always say to both authors and book publishers that book covers do matter a LOT in capturi...


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    Most prisons are of our own making A man makes his own freedom, too So this was my first Robin Hobb and I m positively surprised I mean after reading all those raving reviews I already expected that Assassin s Apprentice would be a good book, I definitely wasn t prepared for the train of feels that occasionally hit me though Well, truth be told, that s actually a bold understatement For a book that started out so slowly there certainly were a lot of intense and awesome scenes that had me hooked almost right from the beginning and if you ask me, it s as good as impossible to read them without being swept away Hobb has an undeniable talent for the fine arts of building up an interesting storyline and as far as I could tell she never even hesitated to use it PWhile you read the book you stumble over all those typical fantasy tropes young boy, apprenticeship, relation to the royal family, hard life, etc , yet the author still managed to make something intriguing and unique It s like she used those fantasy tropes as a scaffold in order to build her own world and ideas around it And tell you what It worked XDThis was ...


  5. says:

    This book made me realize a number of things 1 I like the idea of killing people for fun and profit2 You can t trust your uncle3 I like men who whine a lot and play with dogs4 I would like to read people s minds, but I do not want them to read mine5 Poison is an interesting topic, ...


  6. says:

    One of my all time favorite series I love it so much I have first edition hardbacks Lovely, touching, dramatic It has everything.


  7. says:

    I feel so sorry for Fitzchivalry because he had such a rough start to life The boy is despised for the simple fact that he exists He is a royal bastard, and his dishonourable conception means that his father s name is forever sullied that much so that he was forced to abdicate the throne thus, half the royal Farseer court already hates Fitz because he is, supposedly, the reason why the popular Prince had to retire from court life Poor, poor, Fitz, he was hated from the very beginning He was used rather than destroyed I think King Shrewd truly lives up to his name sake because he has such an interesting way of dealing with unwanted potential claimants to his throne Instead of simply murdering Fitz, and ridding himself of a potential threat, he binds the boy to himself with unwavering loyalty He turns Fitz into an assassin he gives him a home and protection in return for one day being the assassin of the Farseer court Nobody else could give the unwanted boy such a deal Shrewd is truly shrewd I think this is a truly brilliant idea naming characters this way because the individuals eventually begin to embody their name s sake it helps to demonstrate what a particular character is about and make them sound rather royal in the process I love it Not all characters are named this way, but for those that are it wor...


  8. says:

    first and foremost, i need to praise robin hobb with the literary world constantly fawning over the likes of george r.r martin, brandon sanderson, patrick rothfuss, etc., it is so refreshing to read an epic high fantasy written by a woman you go, girl there is so much to love about this book i will admit, this is a very foundational book its quite slow, as there is a lot of page time dedicated to the development of characters and the building of the world in which they live but this is done with such expertise that the slow pace is hardly a negative, especially during the last 100 or so pages where things get really good i also admired the quality of writing it has a very old school vibe to it, but the story feels modern no idea how thats accomplished, but it totally works the one thing keeping this from being a 5 star read is how tame it is im not sure exactly what this says about me, but i was expecting and even hoping for this to be a bit darker maybe its because the last book i read about assassins was the...


  9. says:

    I find a lot of fantasy authors are in love with the internalized conceptions of their worlds This can lead to great nuanced detail supporting imaginative storytelling but the flipside can be a creation that fails to translate that vision to the actual page, to the audience Assassin s Apprentice illustrates this point fairly well Robin Hobb has clearly lovingly created the world of the Six Duchies, and this love is echoed through the tale s device born a bastard son to the king s heir, Fitz recalls growing up in the intense environment of court and his first mission as the king s assassin It s not the most original premise, but Hobb revels in the details of the world s class divide and trade routes and political alliances However, she forgets to tell us why we should care about any of this.I m sure the whole thing is some epic prequel to Fitz s story of some sort, but I want to hear that story, not the backlog It s not unpleasant but after th...


  10. says:

    Even better the second time around


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