The Assassins Daughter (The Inheritance Proclamation, #1) (E–pub READ) í Jameson C. Smith


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    The Assassins Daughter (The Inheritance Proclamation, #1) (E–pub READ) í Jameson C. Smith Assassins Sweet characters Strife between lands What could you want?THE RUNDOWN The Assassin’s Daughter is the first book in the Inheritance Proclamation series set in a medieval esue fantasy setting The novel goes back and forth between Katira’s POV and her best friend Ed with a couple of other points of view thrown in occasionally But

  2. says: characters The Assassins Daughter (The Inheritance Proclamation, #1) characters ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Jameson C. Smith Jameson C. Smith ☆ 9 review

    The Assassins Daughter (The Inheritance Proclamation, #1) (E–pub READ) í Jameson C. Smith Starting the new year off rightwith assassins OOOkay I'll admit I'm not really a big fan of assassin characters and plots although there are a few reformed assassin books that I have read and enjoyed What intrigued me about this book was the f

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    characters ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Jameson C. Smith Jameson C. Smith ☆ 9 review The Assassins Daughter (The Inheritance Proclamation, #1) (E–pub READ) í Jameson C. Smith Overall I enjoyed this novel There were moments where I wasn’t uite sure where the plot was going but that wasn’t necessarily a bad thing It kept me guessing on what was going to happen to the characters which can be rather fun This is the first book in a series so there were some story threads left to be explored in the future I’m inte

  4. says: characters The Assassins Daughter (The Inheritance Proclamation, #1) The Assassins Daughter (The Inheritance Proclamation, #1) (E–pub READ) í Jameson C. Smith Jameson C. Smith ☆ 9 review

    The Assassins Daughter (The Inheritance Proclamation, #1) (E–pub READ) í Jameson C. Smith characters ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Jameson C. Smith Jameson C. Smith ☆ 9 review I won this book in an IG giveaway and forgot I had it I'm so glad I opened it up and read it though Let me get the negatives out of the way first so I can get to the wonderful positives I felt like the freshly g

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    The Assassins Daughter (The Inheritance Proclamation, #1) (E–pub READ) í Jameson C. Smith This was a fast moving read taking place in a fantasy kingdom about two assassins specifically a girl assassin raised in an academy and taught how to kill Very soon after her debut assignment she is given a second assignment that turns her world upside down and presents her with a choice Obey as she has been taught or refuse and go on the runI enjoyed the plot and the easy flow of the story I was intrigued by these characters and their s

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    The Assassins Daughter (The Inheritance Proclamation, #1) (E–pub READ) í Jameson C. Smith characters ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Jameson C. Smith Jameson C. Smith ☆ 9 review A well written fascinating debut novel I was rather impressed by the uality of writing in this first ever book And the characters are great While the plot seemed a little vague to me in places and we're left to

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The Assassins Daughter (The Inheritance Proclamation, #1)

characters The Assassins Daughter (The Inheritance Proclamation, #1) Jameson C. Smith ☆ 9 review characters ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Jameson C. Smith That she must follow in her father’s profession At seventeen she’ll be expected to use her training on a real assignment any dayWhen new information about an old fugitive bring. Starting the new year off rightwith assassins OOOkay I ll admit I m not really a big fan of assassin characters and plots although there are a few reformed assassin books that I have read and enjoyed What intrigued me about this book was the fact that Kat isn t being trained for this profession by her own choice she is literally being forced into it by a government mandate that binds children to their father s profession I was very curious to figure out where this was all going to leadTo be honest Kat didn t really come off as very assassin ish but then again that s kind of the point right She was a lot softer and vulnerable than I would have expected for someone who had spent years training in this type of environment Then again neither her mentor nor her partner are really the type to crush that out of her so maybe it s not that surprising I would say the surprise is that she s been able to hide her reluctance so long but maybe she hasn t done such a great job of that either All of which is a bit of a long way around to say she did come off as a believable character just not exactly the character I was expecting Ed was an interesting mix His conscience isn t nearly as soft as Kat s but there s some reason for that in his backstory and he does have lines of his own that he won t cross His friendship with Kat is spectacular and their banter was a lot of fun I especially loved the way he d purposely joke to take her mind off things when he could tell she was upset or stressedProbably the most intriguing character in the whole book for me was Bayor I m very very curious just what is underneath the surface there The little glimpses we got of it were extremely fascinating and made me want a lot I probably should have expected it sometimes I m a little ridiculously optimistic but there is a fair amount of violence and bloodshed in this book although it didn t feel gratuitous or overly graphic This does include a couple of assassinations not all of which are carried out by the antagonists While certain characters rationalize their actions these murders are never presented as a good or justified thing which I thought was very importantAnd yes it s my own fault the 1 is very prominently displayed but there wasn t very much resolution to the main conflict in this book No actual cliffhangers but things are left very uncertain and tenuous so go into it prepared for the long haul This book does have a satisfying arc of its own but it s not the kind of story where you re going to be content to let it rest here My hands down favorite part of the book was the friendship theme and the way that Ed and Kat cared for and looked out for each other even when it went against all their training and their common sense It was a bit of a shock to hear even their good better mentors telling them how dangerous the idea of friendship was but the way they stuck to and trusted each other was beautiful 3Content violence and bloodshed including murders see above some mild expressions blasted etc used freuently

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characters The Assassins Daughter (The Inheritance Proclamation, #1) Jameson C. Smith ☆ 9 review characters ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Jameson C. Smith S uestions about Kat’s past to light she must make a choice Prove her loyalties to the Tederan Order and their laws or become a fugitive to search after answers she may never fin. Overall I enjoyed this novel There were moments where I wasn t uite sure where the plot was going but that wasn t necessarily a bad thing It kept me guessing on what was going to happen to the characters which can be rather fun This is the first book in a series so there were some story threads left to be explored in the future I m interested in learning about the world of this story because it seems like there s a lot of interesting aspects to it Personally the characters were my favorite part of this book Kat and Ed were really great characters and I loved their relationship Their friendship and loyalty to each other felt like one of the strongest elements of this novel to me Also can I just say that I love how simple their nicknames are to pronounce I love fantasy stories but they often leave me feeling clueless about how some of the names are supposed to be pronounced It feels like it s kind of a staple for the genre but I really hate it when I m not sure how to pronounce the protagonist s name Kat and Ed as nicknames were rather refreshing for a fantasy The rest of the characters were great too All of them were interesting and I d like to learn about them so hopefully we ll get to see them again in the next book All in all this was an enjoyable novel and I look forward to seeing where the story and characters will go in the next installment

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characters The Assassins Daughter (The Inheritance Proclamation, #1) Jameson C. Smith ☆ 9 review characters ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Jameson C. Smith For most of her life Katira has trained to take on the role of assassin While it’s far from the life she would have chosen the law known as the Inheritance Proclamation dictates. Assassins Sweet characters Strife between lands What could you wantTHE RUNDOWN The Assassin s Daughter is the first book in the Inheritance Proclamation series set in a medieval esue fantasy setting The novel goes back and forth between Katira s POV and her best friend Ed with a couple of other points of view thrown in occasionally But the core focus is our girl KatWe start out in an academy where they train kidsteens to be professional assassins Because dude math and history are too mainstream let s teach the kids to be MURDERERS Sound plan nodsWell our sweet Kat doesn t actually want to be a trained killer and be paid to murder people for the rest of her life CRAZY I KNOW Unfortunately due to a law known as the Inheritance Proclamation that claims children have to follow the profession of their parents she s got no choice Because ya know her FATHER was an assassin DaddyProbsWhen Kat is assigned her first official mission it strikes a bit too close to home and she has to decide if to defy the higher ups which is a big no no or do the unthinkableCHARACTERSThe characters were hands down my favorite things in this novel The relationships made the storyKatira Or Kat as she is mostly called I superbly appreciated Kat At first when I discovered Kat was one of the top rated in the academy being super skilled with archery and sneaking and all that fun stuff I feared a stereotypical strong female character which these days is pretty much synonymous for emotionless selfish reckless female I am so sick of that kind of female protagonist But that s a topic for another day Well Kat wasn t that way at all cheers and applauds Kat has EMOTIONS She s not afraid to cry and love and be afraid She doesn t want to be an assassin because KILLING IS WRONG KIDS She doesn t want to be in the academy because she can t see her mother and baby sister any She doesn t have the I can do anything and don t need help and am way too tough to cry attitude we see so often in female protagonists these days But she wasn t the weak and whiny character that happens a lot too Again she s one of the top rated in the academy She can handle herself if she needs to But deep down she was soft and sweet and yes made mistakes but she cared about people She was just a genuinely nice girl thrust into a world she didn t want to be a part of To me she was a breath of fresh air in today s view of strong female characters Edellion aka Ed In an academy where it s frowned upon to have friendships because they can be a weakness Kat and Ed go against the tide and form a team Ed is Kat s rock and with good reason He s strong and protective and caring and makes witty jokes at any given opportunity And he respects her which was my favorite part about their friendship When he knows she has a secret he doesn t push her to tell him but lets her reveal things in her own time When she s going through a hard time or just needs a shoulder to cry on he s there He never tells her to tough it out he simply lets her be her and is always sympathetic And that respects goes both ways I think that s another thing we just don t see much any in YA novels Aside from their relationship Ed himself is just a precious human being He can have a temper and may rush into things a little too uickly but he always tries to do what s right and that s what mattersBayor Kat and Ed s mentor was a lovely addition to the story He had that classic comfortable mentor personality that every fantasy story needs He s a little uiet and rough around the edges but still makes jokes with Kat and Ed and tends to care about them than the law His character was complex as well You know he holds secrets but never can figure out why he does the things he does I desperately want to know about this guy I keep having to remind myself this is only the first book of a series I m sure answers will come But but but I WANTS TO KNOW MOREThere were a few others that played key roles in the story but that may be getting into spoilery territory So I ll just say all the characters were deep and complex and human The relationships between each of them had such depth as wellI JUST REALLY LOVED THESE BABIESI felt like the plot started out a smidge on the slow side but it did pick up Overall though the plot was pretty simplistic Nothing mind blowing BUT I felt like the real focus of the plot wasn t on the action but on Kat s inner turmoil On her struggle to break away from a life she doesn t want and find answers about her pastWith that said there were still plenty of fun happenings I was super intrigued by an assassins academy And later on we get tangled into some strife between the different territories of the worldI think my biggest complaint was the vagueness of how the government and things worked The main point of the story is that Kat is forced into this assassins academy and how the government is trying to take over everything ButI was super confused how the government type stuff worked and how the academy functioned There was also a ton of stuff about Kat s past that never got explained at all Every time it looked like we were about to get answers the scene cut off or the characters were interrupted or something I would have liked a whole lot explanations and descriptions of thingsBut again this is the first book of a series so I ll give it the benefit of the doubt It was a good setup to a much bigger story ahead a great introduction to the characters leaving me aching for time spent with them and desperate for answers As any first book should be Content Cautions Reallynothing There were definitely some deaths but they were never described in great gory detail There was also not a stitch of language and basically no romance yet cough cough cough It was a refreshingly clean read Conclusion If you enjoy standard medieval fantasy with good down to earth characters this is the one for you The world and plot were pretty straightforward and simplistic but that just made for a uick comfortable clean readI cannot wait for book 2 Review originally posted on my bloghttpmusingsofanelfblogspotcom201704book review assassins daughter byhtml

  • Paperback
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  • The Assassins Daughter (The Inheritance Proclamation, #1)
  • Jameson C. Smith
  • English
  • 05 October 2020
  • 9781543044201