The Ambassador's Mission - The Traitor Spy 1 (Paperback)
  • The Ambassador's Mission - The Traitor Spy 1 (Paperback)

The Ambassador's Mission - The Traitor Spy 1 (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 06/11/2010
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As the son of the late High Lord Akkarin, saviour of the city, and Sonea, the former street urchin turned Black Magician, Lorkin has a legacy of heroism and adventure to live up to. So when Lord Dannyl takes the position of Guild Ambassador to Sachaka, Lorkin volunteers to be his assistant in the hopes of making his mark on the world. When news comes that Lorkin is in danger, the law that forbids Black Magicians leaving the city forces Sonea to trust that Dannyl will save him. Besides, her old friend Cery needs her as never before: someone has been assassinating Thieves, and when his family is targeted he finds evidence that this Thief Hunter uses magic. Either a member of the Guild is hunting down the Thieves one by one, or there is - once again - a rogue magician on the streets of Imardin. And this one has full control of their powers - and is willing to kill with them.

Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
ISBN: 9781841495927

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“A better follow on than most”

I loved the first trilogy detailing Sonea and Akkarin and while this does not have the same spark of life those did it is still a nice little way to pass time. You get to learn how the guild is changing for the better... More

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11th August 2012
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“The Ambassador's Mission”

The Ambassador’s Mission is the first volume in the Traitor Spy Trilogy, the sequel to Trudi Canavan’s phenomenally popular Black Magician Trilogy. That being said, some background information on the fantastical world... More

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28th February 2013
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“Amazing (to those who've read the previous book's”

it's a great book. Starting 20 years later from the magician trilogy, definitely worth a read. Especially for those who wanted more from the last trilogy.

Great read. But if don't want to... More

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18th June 2012
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