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The Assassin and the Pirate Lord. Home · The Assassin and the Pirate Lord The Pirate Lord (Lord Trilogy Series #1). Read more. ppti.info: The Assassin and the Pirate Lord: A Throne of Glass Novella ( Throne of Glass series Book 1) eBook: Sarah J. Maas: Kindle Store. Read "The Assassin and the Pirate Lord A Throne of Glass Novella" by Sarah J. Maas available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first.

Not once during the entire book did Calaena display any shred of humanity towards anyone. No comradery, no kindness, no vulnerability. If she was portrayed as someone with a soft spot for slaves, or someone who used to be enslaved, or knew someone who suffered from slavery, or if she had shown even the smallest shreds of compassion towards anything or anyone, perhaps I would be more invested in her mission.

I felt that the way she challenged people was identical, regardless of who was on the receiving end. It didn't matter if she was conversing with Sam with whom she grew up , or a pirate lord twice her age with whom she was conducting business.

This depicted her as tactless, and her crude language and arrogance did not help validate her character. The Writing: One of the first things I noticed was how the book 'feels' as though it was written from an omniscient point of view.

On multiple occasions, I would be reading about multiple character's impressions of an event within the same paragraph, which was quite disorienting. I also found the usage of nouns and pronouns rather confusing. A sentence would be speaking of a male character Sam , and then refer to 'she', and 'her' in the remainder of the sentence.

This would force me to go back and re-read the same sentence in order to understand whom exactly the author was speaking of. Too many times a conversation is interrupted by long expositional thoughts.

It's perfectly acceptable to incorporate backstories in short bursts of paragraphs into the story while the character is walking from A to B, or awaiting someone's arrival; not so much when these expositional paragraphs are forced in-between sentences spoken during a fast conversation. There are far too many references to modern language which made the story less plausible.

Words like 'bathroom', instead of latrines. Or phrases like 'get ready to unleash hell' instead of 'prepare to unleash hell'. Or using modern slang like 'make out' something in the distance, instead of 'detect' something in the distance. The language sounded a bit cartoonish at times: Maas's descriptions of scenery.

They are incredibly vivid and alive, and always paint such incredible detail in my mind with so few words. Here are just a few examples of what I loved: It was short and sweet, and a great appetizer prior to the main course of Throne of Glass. I'm not sure whether the questions raised in this novella like the moving map on Rolfe's hand, Arrobyn's real reason for sending a masked Calaena to conduct 'trade', why Ben was killed, etc.

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I do think this is a wonderful book and that Sarah J Maas is a wonderful writer, and if you like a quick adventure, you should definitely check it out! WrensReads Review: Finally I am getting around to reading the adventures of my dear Celaena Sardothien. I wanted to read it before I read Empire of Storms BUT I kind of got distracted with other books that were coming out around the same time. I am not a huge fan of novellas, but I do know that some of the characters introduced in the last book were first introduced in some of these novella WrensReads Review: I am not a huge fan of novellas, but I do know that some of the characters introduced in the last book were first introduced in some of these novellas in The Assassin's Blade.

And because I love Sarah J. Maas's story telling and her writing, I am going to go ahead and read these beauties. So, with that said, I am going to read and rate these so I can finally be completely caught up on The Throne of Glass Series: I now understand why you hate Celaena so much and might I say, it is pretty funny. And might I add, you are the absolute worst kind of person.

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If an assassin, the most feared I might add, and her colleague, Sam, are disgusted with even the idea of slaves, then what is your excuse Rolfe? I mean really, you walked into the mess that is Celaena. She may be an assassin, but she has good intentions. She may love throwing temper tantrum, but always be aware that she has something more dramtic up her sleeve for you.

This was a lovely novella. It sheds a lot of light on Empire of Storms, and why The Pirate Lord was being such a baby about things. I would encourage anyone reading this series to read the novellas before Empire of Storms to save you any confusion. I already love Sam and I already know my heart is going to hurt when I am done with these novellas.

WrensReads Goodreads Twitter Instagram Celaena es de esos personajes que tiene mil matices y muchos secretos y emociones escondidas. En esta aventura, ella y Sam deben ir a recolectar el pago que el Lord Pirata les debe por, supuestamente, haber asesinado a dos miembros de la Assassin's Guild. Sin emba "You might be the best, Sardothien, but there's always someone waiting for you to slip".

Feb 23, Sean rated it really liked it. This was a great novella to kick off the prequel bindup. I decided to try the first novella because of all the hype with the series so I expected much more than I got.

I will continue the series at some point but I'm not in the mood for it right now. My main issue was with the heroine. I found her way too arrogant, spoiled and self-righteous. How can a 16 year-old girl believe that she is so much better than other people with twice her age and training?

Maybe my issue is that the book i 3 stars I admit that I did not enjoy this book as much as I wanted. Maybe my issue is that the book is YA so the age is the thing that annoyed me most?

I'm not so sure, but the fact remains that for a 16 year-old this girl was overestimating her self-worth way too much. What I did like though was the writing and the overall story. The author is obviously talented and I want to believe that Celeana gets more likeable later on. View all 9 comments. Sep 04, Sky rated it liked it. For an assassin, Celeana sure didn't lose her morals.

Killing is a fast end. Slavery is endless torture. She couldn't stand by and and watch her master destroy lives, so she had to interfere. Celeana's character sure is refreshing, although I'd prefer a little less time people talking about her beauty and more time her kicking ass.

Although Sam annoyed me in the beginning with his whining he kinda grew For an assassin, Celeana sure didn't lose her morals. Although Sam annoyed me in the beginning with his whining he kinda grew on me. Let's hope I love him in the next 4 novellas. I can't wait to see what happens in the next novellas. May 16, Jasmine rated it really liked it Shelves: Celaena Sardothien was 16 years old in this book and at that time, Sam Cortland was still alive, but I couldn't tolerate her gargantuan arrogance at all!

Although I did better understand the story plot after reading the sequels first this time, her impossibly terrible attitude was the most dislike part for me.

For the very first time I'd love to see you suffer for your bossiness, Celaena.

The only reason I gave it one more star was because I could relate to the characters more during the re-read and everything made sense. Initial rating: After a few pages of reading, I started to get bored by the main character, Celaena Sardothien's attitude and behavior. I mean, she was just a year-old girl and she acted way too mature. I don't like the arrogance in her tone whenever she talked to the Pirate or the fellow assassins and I didn't have the same level of excitement in the fighting scenes or her killing skills as I always gained in other novels.

View all 5 comments. My rating system: I do use half stars. Not because a book might not be worthy, but because a book is never perfect. There weren't too many flaws, and I had no trouble getting through it.

A 4 star rating is the highest rating I've ever given a book. View 1 comment. Dec 05, Duchess Nicole rated it really liked it Shelves: I wish I had read these short snippets before tackling book four and especially book five of the series. There seems to be a lot of tidbits that are needed to really understand all of the characters that show up in the latter half of the series. Jul 13, Brooklyn Tayla rated it it was amazing Shelves: Once again, all throughout this beautiful first installment of "The Assassin's Blade", my heart loved every moment!

I will never tire of Celaena and Sam, and knowing what is to come still makes this tragically bittersweet but ach my heart! Their banter is perfection and Celaena showing Rolfe is always epic tbh. Tolle Kurzgeschichte um Celaena und Sam, hat mir wirklich sehr gut gefallen!

Maas has created. It took me a little while to warm up to him. I liked the setting of this novella a lot. I have always had a fascination with pirates.

From Blackbeard to Jack Sparrow, I have always loved pirates. I liked that this novella took place on an Island that the Lord of the Pirates rules over. The way Maas described the island made it sound like it could be a real place somewhere in the Caribbean.

I loved that she 0. I loved that she was willing to risk her career and her name to free a few hundred strangers, and the ending set a wonderful stage for her relationship with Sam and his willingness to follow her, no matter the cost. Nov 24, Sabrina rated it liked it. Get it here: So far it's off to a good start!

I'm curious to see more about Celaena since right now she just comes off as a bit conceited. I had waited quite a long time to read a good story about an assassin heroine. Mass certainly didn't disappoint me. We kill people. We destroy lives every day. The assassin is Celaena Sardothien, a sixteen years old teenage girl. Her age was the only thing that cute about her. She's beautiful I had waited quite a long time to read a good story about an assassin heroine.

She's beautiful and deadly, such qualities that make oh-so-arrogant aura sticks with her most of the times. I better not giving details about the story since this is a novella.

Any kind of information about the story might be too much. So the big picture is about Celaena and her partner Sam doing an assignment which involved the pirates and slavery. I must say I enjoyed it very much. A Court of Mist and Fury. A Court of Wings and Ruin. A Court of Frost and Starlight. How to write a great review. The review must be at least 50 characters long.

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Read the whole seryof throne of glass and the assassin sery wil there be a book to terminate the sery of throne of glass afer the 1, 2, 3, and number It was a good thing to stave off boredom, but it's written quite sloppily so it can be tedious at times. It feels like they're pushing for the main character to be seen as some sort of God level Assassin but she keeps making mistakes, and to top it all off, her arrogance is something you have to suffer through.

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I haven't enjoy a series like this in a long time and I can't wait for her next book s to come out. Read the whole seryof throne of glass and the assassin sery wil there be a book to terminate the sery of throne of glass afer the 1, 2, 3, and number It was a good thing to stave off boredom, but it's written quite sloppily so it can be tedious at times.

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The other assassins focused on the table. Oh, and seeing Arobynn again made me feel a vast array of emotions, too. To ask other readers questions about The Assassin and the Pirate Lord , please sign up.

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