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Robin Hobb revient ensuite aux aventures de Fitz qu'elle clôture en écrivant une nouvelle trilogie intitulée en anglais The Fitz and the Fool Trilogy et Le Fou et l'Assassin en version française. Les évènements qui y sont relatés se déroulent dix ans après l'épilogue de The Tawny Man et suivent la fin des Cités des Anciens. Les trois romans sont publiés entre 2014 et 2017. La numérotation de l'édition française ne prend pas la suite du treizième tome de L'Assassin royal.




L'Assassin Royal 1


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Il est composé d'Auguste, Sereine, Justin, Guillot, Ronce et Carrod. Ce clan est créé par Galen, avec pour objectif officiel de servir le prince Vérité, mais en réalité dévoué à Royal. Auguste est le premier à quitter le clan, à la fin du premier tome, son Art brûlé par Vérité, lors de la tentative d'assassinat de ce dernier par Galen. Par la suite, Justin et Sereine mourront lors de l'assassinat du roi Subtil, et Guillot, Ronce et Carrod deviendront le premier clan de Royal lorsque celui-ci prendra le pouvoir.


The Farseer trilogy is a series of fantasy novels by American author Robin Hobb, published from 1995 to 1997. It is often described as epic fantasy, and as a character-driven and introspective work. Set in and around the fictional realm of the Six Duchies, it tells the story of FitzChivalry Farseer (known as Fitz), an illegitimate son of a prince who is trained as an assassin. Political machinations within the royal family threaten his life, and the kingdom is beset by naval raids. Fitz possesses two forms of magic: the telepathic Skill that runs in the royal line, and the socially despised Wit that enables bonding with animals. The series follows his life as he seeks to restore stability to the kingdom.


The society of the fictional universe is comparable to Western feudalism, with nobility owing allegiance to a monarch, and with distinct social stratification, although commoners retain some basic rights.[25] The ruling Farseer line were once raiders, who chose to settle in the kingdom of Six Duchies; the royal family has a tradition of taking allegorical names.[26] The novels' primary society resembles medieval Europe in its technology, following a Tolkienian tradition, but departing from it in depicting far greater gender equality. A few other kingdoms exist that resemble non-Western societies.[25] As the series begins, the Six Duchies is under assault from the "Red-ship Raiders", whose raids bear resemblance to Viking invasions.[27] Two magical powers exist: the Skill, which allows humans to communicate at great distances and for one person to impose their will on another; and the Wit, which allows a bonding without dominance between humans and animals. The former is passed on through the royal bloodline of the Six Duchies; the latter is viewed with revulsion and its practitioners are persecuted.[25]


The narrative begins with the protagonist, aged six, being brought from his mother to the royal family of the Six Duchies. He is given the name Fitz, meaning an illegitimate son; he learns that his father is Prince Chivalry Farseer, heir to the throne. The shame of fathering a bastard leads Chivalry to relinquish his position and retreat to the countryside: he dies a few years later, without ever meeting Fitz. Chivalry's brother Prince Verity becomes heir to the throne.


Fitz swears loyalty to King Shrewd and is trained in secret as a royal assassin and diplomat by master Chade. His bloodline grants him access to a form of telepathic magic called the Skill, which he begins to train in under Skillmaster Galen. Galen proceeds to telepathically torture Fitz and blunt his ability to use the Skill; his actions are later revealed to have been at the behest of Fitz's uncle Prince Regal.


The Farseer novels are often described as epic fantasies, and as introspective works that center around the characters' internal conflicts.[2][10] The series is structured as a quest fantasy; the main character is barred from the throne by his birth, but nonetheless embraces a quest without the reward of the throne.[28] In Fitz's case, the quest is to restore the rightful king and bring stability to the kingdom.[29] A review in Asimov's Science Fiction placed his narrative in the tradition of a "young misfit coming of age".[30] While Fitz's quest has a significant impact on the Six Duchies, his roles as assassin and illegitimate royal force his actions to stay unseen and uncredited, and he is thus portrayed both as a leading and marginal character.[31]


Assassin's Apprentice was viewed as the debut work of a new author,[67][68] though a reviewer for Asimov's Science Fiction noted her use of a pseudonym and remarked that the first two books appeared to be the "work of a seasoned professional".[30] Publishers Weekly described the book as a "gleaming debut" in a crowded fantasy market, praising Hobb's portrayal of political machinations within royalty.[67] A similar review from Kirkus termed it "a remarkably assured debut".[68] The sequels Royal Assassin and Assassin's Quest received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly.[69][70] The first book was a finalist for the British Fantasy Award in 1997; the second and third volumes were nominees for the Locus Award for Best Fantasy Novel in 1997 and 1998.[71] The series as a whole was commercially successful: worldwide the Elderlings sold more than a million copies by 2003,[72] and UK sales alone had exceeded 1.25 million copies by 2017.[10]


FitzChivalry has survived his first treacherous foray as an assassin, but barely. The poison used by the ambitious Prince Regal has left Fitz weak and prone to unpredictable seizures. Fitz vows to never return to Buckkeep and his king. A vision of the young woman he loves fending off an attack by the merciless Red Ship Raiders convinces Fitz otherwise, and he rouses himself to go back to the royal court of the Six Duchies.


Upon his return to Buckkeep, Fitz is immediately embroiled in the intrigues of the royal family. At least his beloved Molly is alive, but she has been left a pauper by her father's death and debts, forced into service as a lady's maid at the keep. Fitz finally admits his love to her, and she to him. Their happiness is short-lived; when he approaches the ailing King Shrewd for permission to marry, the king tells him in no uncertain terms that Fitz will be pledged to the daughter of a duke. He and Molly are left to conduct their courtship in secret, not only because of Shrewd's command, but to keep Molly safe from Fitz's enemies at the court.


Vendu à 4 millions d'exemplaires seulement en France, L'assassin royal demeure jusqu'à ce jour le plus grand succès deRobin Hobb. Avec Le Prince Bâtard, L'Apprenti Assassin, La Nef du Crépuscule, le Poison de la Vengeance, ou encore L'Assassin du Roi, les lecteurs férus de romans fantasy trouveront leur bonheur dans cette saga complète et bien brodée.


Lorsque le jeune Fitz est conduit à la cour des Six-Duchés, il ne sait pas encore que sa vie - et celle du royaume tout entier - va s'en trouver bouleversée. Le roi-servant Chevalerie, père de cet enfant illégitime, devra renoncer au trône pour ne pas entacher la réputation de la famille royale... Et nombreux sont les prétendants à la succession... Fitz se retrouve isolé au centre d'un univers qu'il ne connaît pas. En quoi le Vif, cette étrange magie qu'il découvre et qui lui permet de communiquer avec les animaux, est-elle si dangereuse ? Et pour quelle raison le roi Subtil fait-il appel à lui pour lui enseigner une forme étrange de diplomatie : l'art de tuer ? Poisons, magies et lames effilées vont bien vite devenir le quotidien du jeune bâtard princier...


Venez faire connaissance avec Œil-de-Nuit, le Fou, le roi servant Vérité, l'infâme Royal, Burrich le juste et tous les autres, si nombreux et si vivants, qui forment la cour royale de Castelcerf et le peuple des Six-Duchés.


Ce tome est un excellent début de saga! Fitz est un personnage attachant qui se retrouve catapulté dans les intrigues de la famille royale. La mission de ce tome est addictive et il y a plein de zone d'ombre qu'on a envie d'éclaircir à l'aide des tomes suivants. 041b061a72


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