Title: Assassin’s Apprentice
Author: Robin Hobb
Review Summary: The writing in the book was good, but not great, and the plot often failed to deliver on built up excitement.
Born illegitimately to a commoner and a prince, Fitz has both the ancient ability to talk to animals and the noble Skill of influencing other’s minds. At a very young age he’s chosen and trained to be the king’s assassin. This puts him in a position to defend the kingdom both from vicious Outislander raiders and from attacks closer to home. Continue reading