Assassin's Quest

Assassin s Quest Royal assassin Rothar is on a routine mission Tasked with quietly eliminating a lecherous merchant with a penchant for young children Rothar s blade strikes without hesitation But when children go

  • Title: Assassin's Quest
  • Author: Jon Kiln
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Paperback
  • Royal assassin, Rothar, is on a routine mission Tasked with quietly eliminating a lecherous merchant with a penchant for young children, Rothar s blade strikes without hesitation But when children go missing, Rothar digs deeper and discovers an insidious network that reaches high up into the echelons of nobility What started as a simple mission has become a dangeroRoyal assassin, Rothar, is on a routine mission Tasked with quietly eliminating a lecherous merchant with a penchant for young children, Rothar s blade strikes without hesitation But when children go missing, Rothar digs deeper and discovers an insidious network that reaches high up into the echelons of nobility What started as a simple mission has become a dangerous quest for justice Rothar must call upon all his skill to punish those responsible, and rescue the innocent before it s too late A fast paced, full length, heroic fantasy novel.

    One thought on “Assassin's Quest”

    1. This was a pretty good story. Some of it felt a little contrived. The scene with Waya is s good example. The heroes did nothing other than tell her that they were on her side and she automatically believed them. From what I could gather, up to that point she had no reason to trust the "little ones".

    2. A fairly good and written book about the kings royal assassin sent forth to kill a merchant who is kidnapping children. Its got plenty of action and a good bit of backstory about the main character Rothar. But the so called evil villain of the story could have been written better and needed to appear more and as far as im concerned have a better reason to use blood magic and sacrificing children for gaining a youthful look and the villain died fairly fast and easily But despite that i am actuall [...]

    3. Fast pace with enough action to keep me interested. But I feel the characters & the story is a bit bland for my taste. There's nothing to intrigue me to the next book.

    4. A protector at heart, Rothar uses his position as the royal assassin to get justice for victims and those less fortunate-which is precisely why he has been given his new assignment.It is supposed to be easy; he knows everything he needs to know about his target and the victims who need justice. It should be simplebut its not.Rothar gets his man, but it isn't long before he realizes there is more going on. Conspiracy, coverups, betrayal, treason, and much more collide to turn this straightforward [...]

    5. Royal assassin, Rothar, is on a routine mission. Tasked with quietly eliminating a lecherous merchant with a penchant for young children, Rothar's blade strikes without hesitation. But when more children go missing, Rothar digs deeper and discovers an insidious network that reaches high up into the echelons of nobility. What started as a simple mission has become a dangerous quest for justice. Rothar must call upon all his skill to punish those responsible, and rescue the innocent before it's to [...]

    6. Character development is minimal. There's some back story for the protagonist, Rothar, but as much as I wanted to like him and his friends, I just never developed an emotional connection with any of the main characters. Possibly the sequel will explore their relationships in more depth.Most disappointing is the anticlimactic ending. The main antagonist is unknown and largely invisible throughout the story, but is clearly described as a powerful individual with nefarius intentions. However, this [...]

    7. I liked the hook of this book: The King's assassin goes forth to save the day.The execution of it was lacking and I wont continue the series. I expected a certain bit of moralistic writing from reading the synopsis but its really hard to get behind a cold blooded assassin walking the moral high road and trying to be an honorable person. Then projecting those same attitudes on other less lawful segments of society. Forest bandits protecting the crown while robbing travelers? That's hard to swallo [...]

    8. A suspenseful yet touching story! I loved the main character Rothar! He's on obviously a tough guy since he is an assassin, but he also has a much gently side to him as well. He was given a tough mission, that others couldn't complete, to kill the person behind taking innocent children. He seemed to finish this task rather quickly in the book and I wasn't sure where the story was going to go, but of course the author had a great twist to his story and the task become a little more personal for R [...]

    9. I've been quite late with this review so I think I will publish my notes. I did like the book for what it was and found it a comfortable read. Notes: Genre read. clear simple sentences(non-flowery). plot with some comfortable expected characters and plot points. But also some unexpected happenings, so a nice mix. leaves open for sequel without cliffhanger, I like that. Likeable lead although he is a murderer(he's a "righteous" murderer). I know that's not much of a review but I did win this boo [...]

    10. Pretty goodStarts out very well but then bogs down about three forths of the way through. It is very well written.

    11. GreatbookEasily a 5 star novel. Interesting storyline with enough twist to keep you in suspense and coming back for more.

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