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The stable hounds and rejected by his family   As barbarous raiders ravage the coasts Fitz is growing to manhood Soon he will face his first dangerous soul shattering mission And though some regard him as a threat to the throne he may just be the key to the survival of the kingdom   Praise for Robin Hobb and the Farseer Trilogy   “Fantasy as it ought to be written Robin Hobb’s Farseer Trilogy 3 Book MOBI #240 books are diamonds in a sea of zircons” George R R Martin   “A gleaming debut in the crowded field of epic fantasies a delightful take on the powers and politics behind the throne” Publishers Weekly on Assassin’s Apprentice   “This is the kind of book you fall into and start reading slower as you get to the end because y Had been reading lots of science fiction and thought this would be a good break as it is a top rated fantasy trilogy But it was a big let down The pace was slogging and while the narrative was engaging ultimately the character development and plot didn't deliver Characters were actually named after their personality characteristics Prince Verity Prince Regal which is as transparent as you can get and the antagonists was a sniveling prince that you thought would be dispatched by the first book but lingers on to the detriment of the whole storyline

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The Farseer Trilogy 3 Book BundleOu don’t want it to be over” Steven Brust on Assassin’s Apprentice   “Robin Hobb continues to revitalize a genre that often seems all too generic making it new in ways that range from the subtle to the shocking” Locus on Royal Assassin   “ Royal Assassin reaches astonishing new heights The Farseer saga is destined for greatness a must read for every devotee of epic fantasy” Sense of Wonder   “An enthralling conclusion to this superb trilogy displaying an exceptional combination of originality magic adventure character and drama” Kirkus Reviews starred review on Assassin’s uest   “Superbly written wholly satisfying unforgettable better than any fantasy trilogy in print including mine” Melanie Rawn on Assassin’s ue The Farseer Trilogy wasn't what I expected and that's absolutely wonderful because I expected something clicheThe Farseer Trilogy stars Fitzchivalry who at first seems to be a cardboard cutout of so many of the poor farmer boys from epic fantasy But the drama action and pain that he experiences through these three books is anything but typical The Farseer Trilogy is the story of the red ship raiders that ravage Buck's coastline using dark magic to turn those that survive their pillaging into little than animals little than zombiesIt's also the story of Fitz's journey as a bastard child of the former King in Waiting Chivalry and the young boy's training as an assassin for the current monarch King ShrewdIt's also a love story with an ending that is satisfying but depressingIt's also got dragonsThese books were full of action drama and lots of painful scenes Robin Hobb really knows how to give her characters hell and it shows Fitz is often very close to losing his life at any given moment and has the kind of freuent brushes with death that reminded me of Harry Dresden in Changes A lot of very bad stuff happens to Fitz and you're there for every agonizing momentThis series is much closer to George RR Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire than I thought before reading it What I mean by that is that bad things happen to good people good people die and sometimes the bad guy wins That's not to say that they're horribly depressing or so emotional that you won't be able to read them uite the opposite You'll find yourself turning pages like a madman because you're rooting for that idiot Fitz to figure out the plot and save the day or himselfThat reminds me that I need to mention my least favorite part of these books Fitz is sometimes okay a lot of the time a moron Maybe I'm not a teenager and for a good part of the series Fitz is but some of the mistakes he made seemed pretty obvious to me right up to the end of the novel The information that people often tried to give him seemed easy for me to understand as well but he just didn't get itDespite Fitz sometimes being dumb as a box of rocks the story is excellent the descriptions beautiful and the pacing of the plot wonderful There were parts of the first book that slowed down a little too much for me but once the tension ramped up starting at the end of book 1 even the slow scenes had that unmistakable sense of looming dread that keeps you reading and turning pagesI loved Bad things happening to good people This was real life and sometimes life sucks even for the best of us The magic systems They weren't very well defined but in this case I think it helped rather than hurt The ending of the series It's sad it's happy it's perfect I almost don't want to read her other books in this world just so I can hold on to that feeling of perfect completion Authors take note Hobb stuck the landing and you would do well to study itI hated Fitz being such a moron Come on some of that stuff was pretty obvious and he really should have been a little smarter about his decisions I'll grant that he was a teenager so that plays a part but he still had me yelling at the book I guess I didn't like it but it was obviously good characterization to get me so riled upThe Farseer Trilogy gets a 910 Even with the glut of great fantasy old and new this deserves to be a series that everyone that wants to be familiar with the best the genre offers should read

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