Assassin’s Fate is a trilogy Fantasy epic written by Robin Hobb an American best selling writer. She composes a successful third trilogy and introduces unique characters in her trilogy fantasy. The novel is one of the masterpieces of the literary genre. According to Assassin’s Fate review, servants kidnap the beloved young daughter named “Bee” of Fitz. The writer deliberately throws light on her contemporary society, where people want to become rich by hook or crook.
The servants kidnap Bee because they want to get money from her father. Bee is a vital character in the story and his father Fitz is the first person of the story. The whole story is based on these two main characters. However, we can’t negate the role of the Fool. Fitz considers that the servants might have killed his daughter so, in the fit of revenge, he consults his friend Fool who suggests him to attack the building where servants live. However, Fitz along with his best friend Fool attempts to take revenge from the servants. That is why he and his friend reach another island.
Fool enjoys when he saw a building at Island and considers it his heaven. Assassin’s Fate review shows that Robin Hobb uses the technique of irony and makes the place hell for Fool. The servants torture the Fool. They make him cripple and blind as well as make him a promise never to visit there again. Bee is also in the same prison.
The assassin’s Fate review explains that it is intricate and the novel is really pathetic. It is hard to stop tears while reading the book. The readers naturally get involved in the story because the scene of little girl’s kidnap is sensitive and then Fool’s assassin is also tragic. This novel is filled with emotional scenes and dialogues. The old friendship of Fitz and Fool, Bee’s innocence and her inquiry about the whole situation makes the plot of the novel sad and tragic. Hobb has successfully written this novel recalling twenty years back story.
The book is a perfect genre of literature dealing with excellent plot, characters, and actions. The assassin’s Fate review is no doubt a masterpiece of Ronald Hobb. All the readers can quickly identify the quality of Ronald Hobb to evoke the emotions of the readers by her stunning art of writing. In her novel, Fitz Chivalry Farseer the writer introduces as a first person and Bee as a second person or the narrator of the book. Like many other well-known writers, she uses the technique of the narrator.
Ronald Hobb beautifully portraits the characters, they all are real, life-like having some follies. They are not perfect human beings like supernatural characters. Its plot is creepy and tricky, and readers can’t feel boredom.
I like this book because of its universality and motivational theme. As Fool despite his sufferings is courageous and has dreams for his better future. He is not depressed at all. A fool gives the name hell to the same place, which he calls heaven in the beginning. On the other hand, Fitz changes himself and now is aiming of life to knock down all evils of the servants.
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