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At the Convent of Sweet Mercy young girls are raised to be killers. In a few the old bloods show, gifting talents rarely seen since the tribes beached their ships on Abeth Godspeaker Karen Miller 9. When a scrawny, unwanted child - so lowly that she does not even have a name - is sold into slavery, a chain of events is set in motion that will have a profound impact on King of Assassins RJ Barker 9. Many years of peace have passed in Maniyadoc, years of relative calm for the assassin Girton Club-Foot. With the pressure on after his success in Gaol, Eli Monpress, professional thief and degenerate, decides it's time to lie low for a bit.
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Taking up residence in a tiny s Heroes Die Matthew Woodring Stover 8. Renowned throughout the land of Ankhana as the Blade of Tyshalle, Caine has killed his share of monarchs and commoners, villains and heroes. He is relentless, unstoppable, The Barrow Mark Smylie 8. To find the Sword, unearth the Barrow.
To unearth the Barrow, follow the Map. When a small crew of scoundrels, would-be heroes, deviants, and ruffians discover a map that t Age of Assassins RJ Barker 8. Girton Club-Foot, apprentice to the land's best assassin, still has much to learn about the art of taking lives. But their latest mission tasks him and his master with Everybody knows Captain Drake Morass is only out for himself.
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What is different about Caim is both his skill and his powers. Sure, he gets the job done but often by plan B or even C. His power is to disappear into and manipulate shadows.
He also has an invisible, fairy-like best friend, Kit, who is a clue to his origin. We join our protagonists as a secret society is trying to bring down the church and restore the old empire. And that forces him on the run with Josey. Who has framed him and why?
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Where did his power to manipulate shadows come from and is he starting to fall in love with Josey? The world-building is deft. There are no long passages explaining this bit of political history or that mythology of a magic. There are no clunking passages of exposition and the dialogue is punchy and witty.
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