The Thief (The Queens Thief, #1)



The King S Scholar, The Magus, Believes He Knows The Site Of An Ancient Treasure To Attain It For His King, He Needs A Skillful Thief, And He Selects Gen From The King S Prison The Magus Is Interested Only In The Thief S Abilities What Gen Is Interested In Is Anyone S Guess Their Journey Toward The Treasure Is Both Dangerous And Difficult, Lightened Only Imperceptibly By The Tales They Tell Of The Old Gods And Goddesses.The Thief (The Queens Thief, #1)

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[Epub] The Thief (The Queens Thief, #1)  By Megan Whalen Turner – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 279 pages
  • The Thief (The Queens Thief, #1)
  • Megan Whalen Turner
  • English
  • 01 June 2018
  • 0062642960

10 thoughts on “The Thief (The Queens Thief, #1)

  1. says:

    Oh, thank gods, I thought They re going to leave me All I want to do was lie in a dry prickly grass with my feet in a ditch forever I could be a convenient sort of milemarker, I thought Get to the thief and you know you are halfway to Methana Wherever Methana might be. The Thief is a high fantasy with, like any other high fantasy on this planet, a journey the characters undertake Gen, the main character was a pleasant surprise While I first thought he was a feminine character, I was p...

  2. says:

    Update 6 2011 Let me just say, if you feel so so about this book like I did , please give its sequel The Queen of Attolia a try It made me forever and ever a dedicated fan of the series I have mixed feelings about this book I enjoyed it, but I think I spoiled the experience for myself a little bit view spoiler The reviewers like to point to a huge twist at the end of the story as the biggest reason for enjoying this book But if you know in advance that you should expect something, i Update 6 2011 Let me just say, if you feel so so about this book like I did , please give its sequel The Queen of Attolia a try It made me forever and ever a dedicated fan of the series I have mixed feelings about this book I enjoyed it, but I ...

  3. says:

    My main reason for reading The Thief was so I could read the sequel The Queen of Attolia that I ve heard is superb and far better than this first installment I actually set myself up for quite an underwhelming experience with this book based on reviews and the fact that I m not the biggest fan oftraditional fantasy with magical realms and such I never could stand The Lord of the Rings However, the story was interesting, the writing ex...

  4. says:

    Gen is a thief The story begins with him being rescued from prison by the King s Magus in order to help him steal an object of political power that is so historically obscure it is almost considered a myth.So there s a lot I didn t enjoy here.To begin with, this book is mostly composed of a very, very, very long travelling sequence Now, I should take this opportunity to point out that I don t dislike journe...

  5. says:

    Huh I really, really liked this True enough, I ve decided to start The Thief in order to get to the sequels that all my friends adore and somehow I was at peace with the probable boredom I would feel during this first novel and My enjoyment felt soeffortlessFrom the characters to the world and the writing, I ve been enchanted TrulyI hate horses I know people who think that they are noble, graceful animals, but regardless of what a horse looks like from a distance, never forge Huh I really, really liked this True enough, I ve decided to start The Thief in order to get to the sequels that all my friends adore and somehow I was at peace with the probable boredom I would feel during this first novel and My enjoyment felt soeffortlessFrom the characters to the world and the writing, I ve been enchanted TrulyI hate horses I know people who think that they are noble, graceful animals, but regardless of what a horse looks like from a distance, never forget that it is...

  6. says:

    1.99 Kindle sale, Jan 22, 2018 One of my favorite YA series EVER, with just a touch of fantasy to it Stick with it through at least the first three books and I promise you won t regret it Avoid spoilers.Review originally posted at Fantasy Literature Megan Whalen Turner s award winning 1996 YA fantasy The Thief, set in a fantasy world that has very strong echoes of ancient Greece, follows the adventures of Gen, the eponymous thi...

  7. says:

    This felt like such a classic fantasy novel You know those 2005 era books about journeys that you liked for some inexplicable reason Yeah That kind Except with really good worldbuilding and a lot of potential built up.This novel follows Gen, a thief hired by a magus of Sunis to find a stone that gives the holder the right for rulership of Eddis Sunis the king s county, attempting to take over Eddis Eddis the country across, a cou...

  8. says:

    This was another book my wife insisted that I read It was our before bed read aloud book last month.Reading 10 15 pages a night, the first half of the book was enjoyable, but unfolded rather slowly I was a bit puzzled about why my wife was so enthusiastic about the book Then, about half way through, the excitement and tempo increased a few notches, and it become a real page turner.This is a fantasy novel, but it is not your typical swords and sorcery adventure There are swords, and even a co This was another book my wife insisted that I read It was our before bed read aloud book last month.Reading 10 15 pages a night, the first half of the book was enjoyable, but unfolded rather slowly I was a bit puzzled about why my wife was so enthusiastic about the book Then, about half way through, the excitement and tempo increased a few notches, and it become a real page turner.This is a fantasy novel, but it is not your typical swords and sorcery adventure There are swords, and even a couple of fights, but the closest we get to sorcery are some mysterious occurrences that could best be described as super natural Turner s alternate reality evokes the feeling of Greece ...

  9. says:

    Yes, it starts off slower than molasses Yes, you will be perfectly misdirected by Ms Turner Yes, you will wish to set it aside for these reasons And all I can say is, Don t Persevere.Because you absolutely need to read this book in order to get to the se...

  10. says:

    1.5 5 stars Good riddance I must have read a different book than everybody else had because I cannot for the life of me comprehend how this book has won any literal awards As an avid fantasy reader I can tell you that this book is as close to a riveting fantasy novel as flour is to being a spice.Why flour you ask Beuase it reminds me of this book dry, bland and boring And I really tried to tie this book all of the chances I could I wanted to dnf it after 30 pages, but 1 I was told tha 1.5 5 stars Good riddance I must h...

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