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. See full terms and conditions and this month’s choices. Allyna rated it really liked it Jan 08, Free eBook offer available to NEW subscribers only. Other books in the series. Item s unavailable for purchase. Imperial Traitor Paperback Categories Fiction Non-fiction Children’s books Authors. I was really impressed by the pacing of the book, and especially by the way he managed to weave together all the threads from the previous two books, adding in for good measure several other characters and ideas that were first heard of in his earlier Darkweaver series.
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Dec 17, Giovanna marked it as to-read. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: I’ve got nothing to say. Tell us what you like, so we can send you imperiap you’ll love. The story picks up in Mark’s trademark style, with a compelling account of how the assassin Shalidar, the man we love to hate, comes up with his plan for disposing of Surabar. There I go again sounding dreadfully negative.
Lists with This Book. When Emperor Surabar is assassinated, Shalidar makes plans to put Lord Tremarle on the throne, in return for being appointed his heir. Preview — Imperial Traitor by Mark Robson.
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. Henriette rated it really liked it Rkbson 30, Want to Read saving….
The plot, however, is a completely different matter. Paperbackpages. You must log in or register to reply here. Frank Cross rated it really liked it Jul 30, The book is still an interesting one, and the strengths of the writing in the first two books will allow many to escape any minor problems I found with the book.
Imperial Traitor by Mark Robson – book review
Books by Mark Robson. It’s been a while, but Robsom remember picking up this book and putting it down after a chapter or a few pages and having a hard time picking it back up.
Imperial Traitor is the third and final novel in the Imperial Trilogy nark, a fantasy-come-spy set of books that are slightly different from your standard fantasy story. Miss Strawberry rated it really robsin it Jul 06, Imperial Traitor by Mark Robson. The remaining lords have other plans, however, and the city descends into anarchy.
Thanks for your kind comments, Patrick. Femke and Reynik are more determined than ever to destroy the guild one and for all.
Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. Go get yourself a copy Meanwhile, Femke and Reynik need to protect Lord Kempten, Surabar’s chosen successor, from detection.
Open Preview See a Problem? The review must be at least 50 characters long. Home What’s new Latest activity Authors. The way Mark has chosen to end this story is absolutely spectacular, and I felt I was right there, alongside Femke, Reynik and their allies, as the action unfolded.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. The way Mark Robson has expressed the romance is again quite stiff and somehow unrealistic. Joined Feb 15, Messages Part three of the series carries on just where the second left off — with gritty machinations, and lots of action.
This review was originally posted on ThirstforFiction. A great end to a great series; I’d recommend this to anyone who likes a fast-paced YA fantasy thriller. 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?
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!
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 outcome is a pretty decent read; not something to be missed by the fantasy lover.
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