Amaskan's Blood

Amaskan s Blood Her name was Adelei She was a master in her field one of the feared Order of Amaska Those who were a danger to the Little Dozen Kingdoms wound up dead by her hand The Order sends her deep into the Ki

  • Title: Amaskan's Blood
  • Author: Raven Oak
  • ISBN: 9780990815709
  • Page: 160
  • Format: Paperback
  • Her name was Adelei.She was a master in her field, one of the feared Order of Amaska Those who were a danger to the Little Dozen Kingdoms wound up dead by her hand The Order sends her deep into the Kingdom of Alexander, away from her home in Sadai, and into the hands of the Order s enemy.The job is nothing short of a suicide mission, one serving no king, no god, and certHer name was Adelei.She was a master in her field, one of the feared Order of Amaska Those who were a danger to the Little Dozen Kingdoms wound up dead by her hand The Order sends her deep into the Kingdom of Alexander, away from her home in Sadai, and into the hands of the Order s enemy.The job is nothing short of a suicide mission, one serving no king, no god, and certainly not Justice With no holy order to protect her, she tumbles dagger first into the Boahim Senate s political schemes and finds that magic is very much alive and well in the Little Dozen Kingdoms.While fighting to unravel the betrayal surrounding the royal family of Alexander, she finds her entire past is a lie, right down to those she called family They say the truth depends on which side of the sword one stands But they never said what to do when all the swords are pointing at you.Amidst her enemies, in a land from the darkest reaches of her past, she must decide if she is to be than another brainwashed puppet No matter her choice, she must fight to do what is just and right to save the people of the Little Dozen.

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    1. J. Conrad

      I enjoyed this wonderful epic fantasy novel so much. The author has a brilliant imagination to create such a rich world with all its rules, different sects, and hierarchy. The characters were great and felt real. They were all flawed and human and likable. Adelei and Warhammer spoke to me the most, definitely my favorites. Warning: **Spoilers ahead.** I even had my doubts about the villain's guilt at times, like maybe he was being framed. I hated him but his particular brand of evil was pretty i [...]

    2. Georgia Tumbleweed

      Found it a good storyI enjoyed the story and characters, enjoyed how the author developed them as the story progressed. This was a good read.

    3. MC Paperclip

      Amaskan’s Blood is an easy book to start reading. The reader begins this way - dropped into the action of a desperate kingdom, one looking for fast answers in a hostile environment. War has entered the castle, and the King has found a way to protect his daughters, so he thinks. The result of this decision haunts the kingdom as well as other kingdoms for many years. One daughter grows up in the castle and is sheltered, the other is given up to an assassin’s life. Years later, an evil prince i [...]

    4. Stacy

      I was not sure what I would think of this book but wanted to give it a shot. I was pleasantly surprised. The plot is interesting and you think you know what is going to happen, but it is something entirely different. It is interesting enough to keep you reading but not overly intense. Iliana, the daughter of King Leon of Alexander, was kidnapped, had her name changed to Adelei and raised as an Amaskan assassin. She then gets hired to protect King Leon's daughter who is her twin from attempted as [...]

    5. GalitBalli

      I enjoyed reading this book so much, that I've read it twice already :DThe characters are so well thought of and I thought the world Raven had built is so wonderful and complex, but still making the book a fun and easy to read.Perfect <3

    6. Chanticleer EditorialBook Reviews

      In Amaska, residents serve Anur, the God of Justice. Amaskans, men and women, train with a rigor akin to the Spartans to be in peak physical strength and to be ever alert for the presence of danger. Yes, the Amaskans kill, but only to right a wrong as directed by the "Order." They take no delight in carnage, but they will not stand idly by when someone is suffering an injustice.  Knives are their weapon of choice. When not in combat, they identify themselves proudly with tattoos of circles on [...]

    7. Mindi Welton-Mitchell

      I love fantasy, and I started off intrigued by the characters involved. It does follow a familiar trope of sisters who look alike, but with twists and turns I did not expect. The worldbuilding is fantastic because it actually builds up and opens doors (sometimes literally) that I did not expect, adding layers to the story. Looking forward to reading more!

    8. Noor Jahangir

      A long lost princess turned assassin returns to her kingdom to protect her sister.The Amaskan Order is an ancient and secretive society of assassins, trained from childhood to serve justice to those who are beyond the law. Master Adelei is the Order's best assassin, but she is plagued my memories of a stolen childhood and the ghosts of past victims. Then Adelei is given a job that threatens to shake her training and her sanity to the core. She has been tasked to return to her childhood home, to [...]

    9. Tyler Wandschneider

      Excellent read! Swift, cunning story telling. Exciting plot line with superb execution to boot. You would do well to read this book. I know I did. Excellent job Raven Oak, I look forward to Amaskan's War!! (and many more!)

    10. OpenBookSociety.com

      openbooksociety/article/amBrought to you by OBS reviewer ScottAs fantasy novels go, there isn’t much unique about Amaskan’s Blood. It follows the trope almost to the letter and there are very few deviations from the norm. The assassin guarding an estranged father’s younger daughter against assassination plots seems to wear thin after a while (insofar as it crosses genres and media). That being said, there is still a fair amount of intrigue and complications that make this a quick, light re [...]

    11. Jesikah Sundin

      I love sister stories, regardless of genre. But an epic fantasy featuring a badass, blade-wielding assassin and a princess destined to become war queen? THE BEST. Amaskan's Blood by Raven Oak was every bit as enthralling as I had hoped, and more. From the very first page, I wasn't sure who I should trust. Even as the plot unfolded, motives and character arguments muddled my reader predictions. Raven masterfully built tension and suspense, a skill I find lacking in most books these days. She give [...]

    12. Lee French

      Overall, the story itself is fine. The world is rich and feels real, detail is enough to form a good picture without being too heavy. The plot moves along at a good pace.Magic is not an important part of the story. This is a low-magic tale that takes place in a kingdom where its use is hated and feared. When it is introduced toward the end, it’s minimal and unimportant.I found the main character, Adelei/Iliana somewhat difficult to swallow as the ‘best of the best’ assassin, but she passes [...]

    13. Stephanie

      Adelei has grown up among the Amaskan's, trained to protect and kill, they are known as assassins. Adelei is one of the best. Adelei receives a job in the Kingdom of Alexander playing a body double to Princess Margeret, protecting her up through her wedding day. The man Princess Margeret is contracted to marry, Prince Gamun has many unsavory rumors surrounding him; but the marriage contract serves as a peace contract between two Kingdoms. While the job is inherently dangerous for Adelie, the big [...]

    14. Gayle

      Iliana, daughter of King Leon of Alexander, was kidnapped, had her name changed to Adelei and raised as an Amaskan assassin. When she is hired to protect King Leon's daughter, her biological twin, for attempted assassination attempts before the sister's wedding day, things get even more complicated. Will she remember things from her past? Can she keep her sister safe? Can she solve who is attempting the assassination attempts? Will those in her father's castle accept or trust an Amaskan?This boo [...]

    15. April

      A very long read and it took me a while to get through it. This is a story of lliana also known as Adelei and her life, her family and her sacrifices. She was young but ordered to be killed then taken in and taught all she would one day need to know. She was a murderer, a lover, a friend amongst so many other things that took her a life time to learn. her struggles sent her to places to do things even she did not always understand but her dedication and allegiance was all she had ever known.This [...]

    16. Faelan

      I received a copy for an honest reviewI have to admit this wasn't what I was used to reading. I kind of liked it.I'll probably read it again, but when I've got a little more time on my hands, since now because of the time limit there's on the reviews, I couldn't get into it as much as I like.It was a nice enough read though.

    17. Amanda

      I was kind of stunned by the end of the book! I just couldn't believe all that had happened. I'm left with so many questions, but at the same time I want to have hope for something that cannot be. This was a very good first book and I can't wait to read the next.

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