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  • 16 year old Assassin

    The Assassin and The Pirate Lord is the first novella in The Assassins Blade book collection, which is a prequel to The Throne of Glass series. This is the first book I have read by Sarah J. Maas after be recommended it. I wasn’t sure which one to start. But I thought I’ll give this one a go as I love a good female assassin and would like to read about one. I did like getting to meet Celaena, this 16 year old assassin that is the best of the best, surpassing her peers. Sam was a whole other subject, I’m a little unsure of what to make of him, at the beginning of the book he seemed like he hated Calaena. So I’m waiting to see how things go with them. Celaena Sardothien a 16 year old female and was Adarlan’s Assassin, the right arm of Arobynn Hamel. Everyone knows of her but no one besides the Adarlan’s Assassin know who she really is or what she looks like. She is feared, and is always wearing her mask and cloak, which makes her look like a demon. Sent on a mission with fellow assassin Sam by the Assassin’s Guild to collect a debt owed by Lord of The Pirates Rolfe. But what Calaena thought was supposed to be payment in money turns out to be in slaves instead, her mission changes. She will risk everything including her life to right the wrong.

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  • Great!!

    This book was pretty good and kept me hooked. It took me a bit of time to properly understand the characters and I didn't know their backstories but still understood enough to get the story. I would recommened this to anyone looking for a gripping light read with lots of adventure.

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  • Ok

    Not a bad short story

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  • Love it

    Love these short stories and the characters. Sarah J Maas has a great way at building characters in such a short space of time.

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  • esta bien muy bien *******************

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