By Sarah J. Maas
The Silent Assassins of the purple wilderness aren’t a lot for dialog, and Celaena Sardothien wouldn’t have it the other means. She’s no longer there to chatter, she’s there to hone her craft because the world’s such a lot feared killer for lease. whilst the quiet is shattered via forces who are looking to spoil the Silent Assassins, Celaena needs to give you the chance to forestall them, or she’ll be fortunate to depart the barren region alive.
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This was a test—a test of trust, she realized. She willed herself into stillness, focusing on the details of his face to avoid thinking about how vulnerable she was. Sweat beaded along the border of his dark hair, which was cropped close to his head. It was impossible to tell what kingdom he hailed from; his hazelnut skin suggested Eyllwe. But his elegant, almond-shaped eyes suggested one of the countries in the distant southern continent. Regardless, how had he wound up here? She braced herself as his long fingers pushed back the loose strands of her braided hair, revealing the yellowing bruises still lingering around her eyes and cheeks, and the narrow arc of the scab along her cheekbone.
You’ll start training tomorrow,” Ansel went on. ” The Master sank onto the cushions, and Celaena almost sagged with relief. Arobynn had made her think that convincing him to train her would be nearly impossible. Fool. Pack her off to the desert to suffer, would he! “Thank you,” Celaena said to the Master, keenly aware of the eyes watching her in the hall as she bowed again. He waved her away. “Come,” Ansel said, her hair shimmering in a ray of sunlight. “I suppose you’ll want a bath before you do anything else.
Mikhail scratched the day’s worth of stubble on his face. ” She didn’t know why she said it. Given what Arobynn had done to her, she hardly felt defensive of the assassins in Adarlan’s empire. But . . but to see all these assassins gathered here, so much collective power and knowledge, and to know that they wouldn’t dare intrude on Arobynn’s—on her—territory . . Celaena went on eating in silence as Ansel and Mikhail and a few others around them talked quietly. Vows of silence, Ansel had explained earlier, were taken for as long as each person saw fit.