Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Mark Robson was born in Essex in and raised, for the most part, in Camarthen, West Wales. In he gained a. Summary: Part three of the series carries on just where the second left off – with gritty machinations, and lots of action. The close of a series the. Review: Imperial Traitor is the final volume in Mark Robson’s young adult Imperial trilogy. It is set in the fantasy world of Shandar and Thrandor.
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Imperial Traitor by Mark Robson – book review
Return to Book Page. Aug 18, Dianad rated it did not like it. The fantastic thing about merging these popular genres is that Imperial Traitor is effectively a really fast, action packed fantasy that keeps you on your edge all the time; I was forever trying to predict what was going to happen with the new knowledge the characters had gleaned, only to find my predictions pitifully wrong!
Get a FREE e-book by joining our mailing list today! You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: Everything was left completely up in the air by the end of the second of the series, and this volume starts in full flow, dipping pacily into various strands of the story and flowing swiftly through the pages to the conclusion fans of the series would have been eagerly awaiting.
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Dec 17, Giovanna marked it as to-read. James Shrimpton rated it liked it Mar 18, Frank Cross rated it really liked it Jul 30, Giulyp rated it really liked it Sep 22, If the Guild is to be abolished, Reynik certainly needs to be forewarned of several factors. Sally Wright rated it it was amazing Oct 08, Allyna rated it really liked it Jan 08, If the emperor is under threat, all hell could break loose in the country. As the story progresses, we are pulled into a world of vicious power politics, as several ambitious lords compete to become the next Emperor.
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How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe imperal author’s style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot. But for Kempten to take over, he must des In the exciting conclusion to the trilogy, Emperor Surabar is assassinated, and Shalidar makes plans to put Lord Tremarle on the throne, in return for being appointed his heir.
The close of a series the Bookbag recommends. The remaining lords have other plans, however, and the city descends into anarchy. With the Emperor Surabar having been assassinated, Shalidar makes plans to place himself on the throne. Patrick Mahon Would-be author Aug 28, Eye of the Storm.
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Femke and Reynik go into hiding with the Emperor designate, Lord Kempten. Imperial Traitor, Mark Robson.
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If so, how would our heroes – Femke the spy, and Reynik the soldier turned spy, then assassin – be able to fulfil the mission that Surabar had given them, of infiltrating and then destroying the Assassins’ Guild?
So we have shades of grey on all sides — every quarter has a rotten apple or unreadable character, it seems, be they the stuffy noblemen unhappy with the Emperor that starts this book on the throne, or the completely shady members of the Guild of Assassins, with their underground, magically protected headquarters, or the average legionnaires and servants of the Empire.
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When Emperor Surabar is assassinated, Shalidar makes plans to put Lord Tremarle on the throne, in return for being appointed his heir. The remaining lords have other plans, however, and the city descends into anarchy.
Mark left us at the end of Imperial Assassin wondering what on earth was going on. Open Preview See a Problem?
Ylana DramaturgiaBlog rated it it was ok Jan 10, The plans are all coming together, but they aren’t without consequences