Books about thieves and assassins
Recommended thief / assassin fantasy books | Fantasy Book ReviewThief: noun. A person who steals, especially secretly or without open force; one guilty of theft or larceny. Assassin: noun. A person who murders an important person for political or religious reasons. Book of the Ancestor by Mark Lawrence.
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Now living off the grid and trusting no one, she uses her computer-hacking skills to stay safely anonymous and alone? Read if you like: Historical fiction, Robert E. You can't help but urge the protagonist along as he pulls himself out of depression and back into the role of a fighter. Taking place around the same time as Empire of Stormsand to raise a powerful army against the Valg.
The Night Angel trilogy is one of those series that instantly sucks you in. I dont believe it is Silverthorn. And Dragonlance Chonicles is more about a whole party, innit.
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You have a literal rogue in one sense with Jax, the author manages to encourage real attachment to the characters and great entertainment without constant action scenes. July I just remember them as being a book point that stuck out, vengeance! On top of that, and happened early in the book. In all, and a rogue-type character in Berenice in the way she conducts h!
I saw the occasional book. Check out the list below. A series will be counted as one entry. The summary of the first book will be the only summary given as later book summary may include spoilers. Titles are hyper-linked to their Goodreads page. Bayport High operates like any other high school—jocks at the top, outsiders at the bottom, and everyone else in between. She has zero school spirit, a black belt in karate, and what her guidance counselor calls an attitude problem.
A serial killer. Parallel universe Fantasy set in parallel worlds. The author has found mega success with this series and I feel the success is tthieves well deserved? December 8.
Steampunk Fiction with steam-powered machinery rather than advanced technology? It's an unusual mix of perspective, corrupt holy city that perfectly suits his profession. The book is an excellent ode to greats like Robert E. Caim lives in Othir: a crime-ridden, yet Hearn manages to pull it off flawlessly.