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|Read Book Ñ Thief's Gambit Î The hunter has become the hunted, as the Assassin Without a Name is forced from his usual haunts by Gwendolyn Goddard and her Black Guard watchdogs On the run and out of patience, a welcome distraction arrives in the form of an old flame, Elizabeth West, who recruits him for a special Warder mission The fanatical Jakaree are on the move, searching for an ancient relic so diabolical, the Warders are intent on destroying it before the zealots can lay a hand on itBut the Assassin Without a Name soon learns that Elizabeth has something bigger in mind Suspicious of her employer s true motives, she sets out to uncover the truth, leading them on a harrowing escapade across Alchester s rooftops, deep beneath the city s once grand temples, and into the sky onboard a Warder airship Received from Scott for honest review.I have read all of The Assassin Without A Name so far and this does not dissappoint.The writing does get better and better and this title delves into events after The Goddard Affair, with the main protaganist in search of a staff to help Liz.He is getting hunted at every turn and always seems to one step ahead.This is the longest book to date and I cannot wait for the next installment.Great read. Reviewed by me as a member of Rosie Amber s Review TeamIn this further adventure of the Assassin Without A Name, our hero is recruited by his ex love, Liz, for a special mission.As with the other books in this series, I felt that its charm lay not so much in the plot itself as in the writing of the incidental parts I am not particularly interested in reading long, blow by blow accounts of fights or daring escapes, but I love the bits about the Assassin s life, his thoughts, etc I like to pictu Reviewed by me as a member of Rosie Amber s Review TeamIn this further adventure of the Assassin Without A Name, our hero is recruited by his ex love, Liz, for a special mission.As with the other books in this series, I felt that its charm lay not so much in the plot itself as in the writing of the incidental parts I am not particularly interested in reading long, blow by blow accounts of fights or daring escapes, but I love the bits about the Assassin s life, his thoughts, etc I like to picture him in his working gear , climbing over his rooftop empire like a cat, unseen by the Black Guard who seek him below, and reading little snippets about his life, like his secret hideout in the deplorable Shambles area of town, where one takes one s life in one s hands simply by entering its streetsScott Marlowe has invented a marvellous character, and writes beautifully, with wit and a wonderful turn of phrase I d like to see a novella telling about the Assassin s early life, something that makesuse of the writer s powers of observation, character portrayal and presentation of atmosphere Again, this reminded me very much of some of Roald Dahl s stories the style of writing is very similar Good stuff With Thief s Gambit, Scott Marlowe has created another thrilling tale about the Assassin Without a Name Thief s Gambit comprisesthan just a killing This time, The Assassin Without a Name is hunted by Gwendolyn and her Black Guards a nuisance as he s been recruited for a mission with Elizabeth West As I mentioned in my earlier review The Assassin Without a Name is quite a character and has some surprises for the readers I was drawn into the story hoping to not become his next kill With Thief s Gambit, Scott Marlowe has created another thrilling tale about the Assassin Without a Name Thief s Gambit comprisesthan just a killing This time, The Assassin Without a Name is hunted by Gwendolyn and her Black Guards a nuisance as he s been recruited for a mission with Elizabeth West As I mentioned in my earlier review The Assassin Without a Name is quite a character and has some surprises for the readers I was drawn into the story hoping to not become his next killing order and wondering about the rivalling groups The occasional shade of funny moments makes for a real enjoyable read This is for you if you like fantasy, crime and do not object to admitting that a killer can seem like quite a nice guy The World of Uhl is addictive DHighly recommended 4.6 stars