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Robin Hobb - [Farseer 02] - Royal Assassin (v) (epub) - dokument [*.epub] DESPERATE STRUGGLE The Forged one had doubled back. From behind a. bestthing.info This is a promotion from Random House. They are offering free the 'first in a series'. So Assassin's Apprentice is there. Robin Hobb is one of the world's finest writers of epic fiction. She was born in California in but raised in Alaska. She raised her family, ran a smallholding, .

Odd, to think of so many events turning upon a boy's misplaced pride and his schooled acceptance of defeats. I set her out of my thoughts, and spoke of her to no one. I got on with my life. King Shrewd sent me as his assassin with a great caravan of folk going to witness the pledging of the Mountain Princess Kettricken as Prince Verity's bride. My mission was to quietly cause the death of her older brother, Prince Rurisk, subtly of course, so that she would be left the sole heir to the Mountain throne.

But what I found when I arrived there was a web of deceit and lies engineered by my youngest uncle, Prince Regal, who hoped to topple Verity from the line of succession and claim the Princess as his own bride. I was the pawn he would sacrifice for this goal; and I was the pawn who instead toppled the game pieces around him, bringing his wrath and vengeance down on myself, but saving the crown and the Princess for Prince Verity.

I do not think this was heroism. Nor do I think it was petty spite wreaked on one who had always bullied and belittled me.

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It was the act of a boy becoming a man, and doing what I had sworn to do years before I comprehended the cost of such an oath. The price was my healthy young body, so long taken for granted.

But finally a morning came when I awoke and believed that my long illness was finally over. Burrich had decided I was recovered enough to begin the long journey back home to the Six Duchies. Princess Kettricken and her entourage had left for Buckkeep weeks before, when the weather was still fine. Now winter snows already smothered the higher parts of the Mountain Kingdom. If we did not leave Jhaampe soon, we would be forced to winter there. I was up early that morning, doing my final packing, when the first small tremors began.

Resolutely, I ignored them. I was just shaky, I told myself, with not having eaten breakfast yet, and the excitement of the journey home.

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I donned the garments that Jonqui had furnished for our winter journey through the Mountains and across the plains. For me there was a long red shirt, padded with wool quilted into it.

The quilted trousers were green, but embroidered with red at the waist and cuffs. The boots were soft, almost shapeless until my feet were laced inside them. They were like sacks of soft leather, padded with sheared wool and trimmed with fur. They fastened to the feet with long wrappings of leather strips. My trembling fingers made tying them a difficult task. Jonqui had told us they were wonderful for the dry snow of the mountains, but to beware of getting them wet.

There was a looking glass in the room. At first, I smiled at my reflection. Not even King Shrewd's fool dressed as gaily as this.

But above the bright garments, my face was thin and pale, making my dark eyes too large, while my fever-shorn hair, black and bristly, stood up like a dog's hackles. My illness had ravaged me. But I told myself I was finally on my way home. I turned aside from the mirror. As I packed the few small gifts I had selected to take home to my friends, the unsteadiness grew in my hands.

For the last time Burrich, Hands, and I sat down to break fast with Jonqui. I thanked her once again for all she had done toward healing me.

I picked up a spoon for the porridge, and my hand gave a twitch. I dropped it.

I watched the silvery shape fall and fell after it. The next thing I remember is the shadowy corners of the bedroom. I lay for a long time, not moving or speaking.

I went from a state of emptiness to knowing I had had another seizure. It had passed; both body and mind were mine to command once more. But I no longer wanted them.

At fifteen years old, an age when most were coming into their full strength, I could no longer trust my body to perform the simplest task. It was damaged, and I rejected it fiercely. I felt savagely vindictive toward the flesh and bone that enclosed me, and wished for some way to express my raging disappointment. Why couldn't I heal? Why hadn't I recovered? Wait until half a year has passed since the day you were damaged. Then assess yourself. She was sitting near the fireplace, but her chair was drawn back into the shadows.

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I hadn't noticed her until she spoke. She rose slowly, as if the winter made her bones ache, and came to stand beside my bed. At least, I so wish that you will survive that many years. I am old, and so is my brother King Eyod.

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We do not find it so great a burden. But I can't go on like this. Healing is tedious sometimes, but to say that you cannot go on ,,, I do not understand. It is, perhaps, a difference in our languages? Feeling better? Not feeling better," I grumbled. Even to myself, I sounded like a fretful child.

Burrich and Jonqui exchanged glances over me. She came to the bedside, patted my shoulder, and then left the room silently. Their obvious tolerance was galling, and my impotent anger rose like a tide. He was taken aback by the accusation in my question.

Sickness, broken bones, worms, mange ,,, you're stablemaster, and I've seen you treat them all. Why can't you cure me? Automatyczne logowanie Zarejestruj. Zaloguj Anuluj.

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Her greatest weapon is The Silent Sister—unseen by most and unspoken of by all. Tenth in line for the throne and content with his role as a minor royal, he pretends that the hideous crone is not there.

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This is Lee Child for younger readers — a teenage Jason Bourne for the next generation. I donned the garments that Jonqui had furnished for our winter journey through the Mountains and across the plains.

The boundless anger of a hunted animal was his. And though Fitz is no longer the peerless assassin of his youth, he remains a man to be reckoned with—deadly with blades and poison, and adept in Farseer magic. Tenth in line for the throne and content with his role as a minor royal, he pretends that the hideous crone is not there.

For her part, she seemed totally unaware of how her eyes could meet mine and turn my tongue to leather in my mouth.

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