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With this Assassin’s Apprentice novel begins a new saga that will captivate your mind and make you cherish the essence of the series for a long time. The Assassin’s Apprentice is part of the Realms of the Elderlings novel series. It is also part of the Farseer trilogy. The fictional novel is written by Robin Hobb is an awe-inspiring manner. She is a writer of several other novels and many of them received great appreciation and success. The Assassin’s Quest and Dragon Keeper novels are worth mentioning here.
Paul Boehmer is the narrator of this novel who put his heart and soul to bring the best performance that he could. The audience also reciprocated well by generously sharing their feedback while appreciating Paul for his tonal quality, accent, and expression.
In a land, far away had the royal family members named for the different virtues that they embody. A young boy from there will go on to become the walking enigma. He was known to be born on the wrong side of the sheets. He was Fitz, son of Farseer who had the reputation of being a royal bastard and was cast out in the world, lonely and friendless.
The only positive thing he had was his magical link with the animals. It is the old art known as Wit which gives him a sense of companionship and solace. But, if the same is uses recursively then it becomes perilous magic and something that is loathed by the nobility. Therefore, Fitz must give up all this when he is finally adopted by the royal family.
You cannot resist appreciating Robin for her brilliant writing and characterization after going through this novel at length.