By Robin Hobb
- Release Date: 1996-03-01
- Genre: Epic
Assassin's Apprentice Robin Hobb Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
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Would have given it 5 stars, but his talent to "repel" people disappears after the beginning of the book, I guess to further the plot.
Couldn't Put It Down
Very interesting plot, great cast of characters. I hope the next books in the series have as much to offer. Give it a try, you won't be disappointed.
Line height so bad I can't read it
By Jack McDade
This iBook is formatted so poorly I can't get into a reading flow. The line heights are so far apart it hurts my brain.
Outstanding start to a fantasy series
Assassin's Apprentice is a engrossing, throughly enjoyable read. Well plotted and with well thought out characters. I look forward to the next book in the series.
Where to start, got this hoping it was similar to George RR martins of fire and ice however this book and I'm sure this series is in my opinion BETTER even on the new paperbacks Martin says" how fantasy should be written" Hobb really knows how to put you in this realm she created and having just finished this I immediately bought the rest of the trilogy I am so excited about this book that I am ignoring all grammatical errors from this review Robin Hobb has stolen my heart and I never want it back she has earned it love this story love Robin Hobb ud have to be a fool not to open up to this story no this experience
Not to bad
The book starts kind of slow and understanding but the more you read, the more it gets better and better. Enjoyed very much and recommend it to read.
Interesting and lively
This is a great read. Interesting and lively. Once you read this book, you will want to pick up the next one in the series.
A modern day instant classic. Many thanks to Robin for such a delightful gift.
WITHOUT DOUBT, THE SLOWEST NOVEL I HAVE EVER READ
I tried to read this book four times. All the great reviews told me I must be missing something. I read Crossroads of Twilight, I know slow books, but this was a whole new level. I came to the point that if I have to FORCE myself to read something I'm missing the point. I just couldn't do it....
Great characters, compelling word-building, wide-ranging story
By Daveed V.
This is the first e-book I ever read (predates iBooks; it was a freebie)... and what a way to start! Hobb paints a wonderful world inhabited by deeply human characters and just a touch of magic. The Farseer trilogy is just the beginning: The Tawny Man trilogy continues the saga, the Liveship Traders Trilogy branches to a different part of the same world (which the Tawny Man trilogy delicately connects to), which then continues with the Rainwild Chronicles. And the ride is not over: Later this year “Fool’s Assassin” is expected, which will take us back to the Six Duchies world and the Farseer family.