Assassin's Apprentice

first publication date:  1995-04-01, 1995
genre:  fantasy
part of the series:  The Farseer Trilogy
series ordinal:  1
original title:  Assassin's Apprentice, O Aprendiz de Assassino
original language:  English
followed by:  Royal Assassin

Assassin's Apprentice is a fantasy novel by American writer Robin Hobb, the first book in The Farseer Trilogy. It was Margaret Astrid Lindholm Ogden's first book under this pseudonym, and was published in 1995. The book was written under the working title Chivalry’s Bastard.The novel covers the early life of FitzChivalry, a royal bastard living in Buckkeep Castle as he begins his training as an assassin and successfully safeguards the throne from his over-ambitious uncle Regal, almost at the cost of his life. The stories of characters found in the Farseer Trilogy continue in the Tawny Man Trilogy and the Fitz and the Fool Trilogy. Other series, The Liveship Traders and The Rain Wild Chronicles, are set in the same world and in the same timeframe, with some crossover. Source: Wikipedia (en)

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