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Grave Mercy (His Fair Assassin, #1) - Robin LaFevers
Grave Mercy (His Fair Assassin, #1)
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3.90 155
Format: kindle
ASIN: 13035363
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Pages no: 576
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Reading Junkie
Reading Junkie rated it
This book took a little while to get started, but has a great, unique idea. Ismae is Death's daughter - literally. She enters the convent dedicated to serving her father and trains to become an assassin, which gets her involved in the political intrigues of Brittany and France. I will definitely ...
Diva Booknerd
Diva Booknerd rated it
I sadly can't continue with Grave Mercy.The book is actually quite good, but historical novels just aren't my thing. I really did persist and made it over a quarter of the way through, but it just wasn't for me.
Daphne (Winged Reviews)
Daphne (Winged Reviews) rated it
Originally published at Winged Reviews.The first thing that everyone says about this book is ‘assassin nuns’! Well, I’m going to say much the same, because guess what, assassin nuns are cool. In this YA historical fiction, we get a smartly-plotted tale that handles murder and treason as well as hono...
Feelingfictional rated it
Grave Mercy is the first book in Robin LaFevers' new historical fantasy series and a book I'd highly recommend to fans of Maria V. Snyder's Touch of Power. Ismae has suffered from prejudice and abuse her whole life - starting with her mother's attempt to abort her before she was even born. The poiso...
MichCummings rated it
This was not what I expected at all, but I really enjoyed it anyway. I thought I was getting a fantasy/urban fantasy/mythology type book, but it really is historical fiction (set in the late 1400's in Brittany. which is apparently not Britain!). Our heroine, Ismae, flees an arranged marriage at th...
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