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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 manner. She’s no longer there to chatter, she’s there to hone her craft because the world’s such a lot feared killer for rent. whilst the quiet is shattered by means of forces who are looking to smash the Silent Assassins, Celaena needs to give you the option to prevent them, or she’ll be fortunate to go away the wasteland alive.
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Sam, seated beside her, sucked in a breath. She couldn’t speak; if she started talking, her trembling voice would betray her. She couldn’t endure that kind of humiliation. ” Arobynn asked her softly. Celaena’s palms began sweating. It was worth it, she told herself. Freeing those two hundred slaves was worth it. No matter what was about to happen, she’d never regret doing it. “It’s not her fault,” Sam cut in, and she flashed him a warning glare. “We both thought it was—” “Don’t lie to me, Sam Cortland,” Arobynn growled.
It was worth it, she told herself. Freeing those two hundred slaves was worth it. No matter what was about to happen, she’d never regret doing it. “It’s not her fault,” Sam cut in, and she flashed him a warning glare. “We both thought it was—” “Don’t lie to me, Sam Cortland,” Arobynn growled. ” Sam opened his mouth to object, but Arobynn silenced him with a sharp whistle through his teeth. His office doors opened. Wesley, Arobynn’s manservant, peered in. ” This wasn’t a good sign. She kept her face neutral, though, as Arobynn continued watching her.
She kept an eye on the Master, who dined at the center of the room, safely ensconced within rows of his deadly assassins. He sat at a table of acolytes, whose eyes were so wide that Celaena could only assume his presence at their table was an unexpected surprise. She waited and waited for him to stand, and when he did, Celaena made her best attempt to look casual as she, too, stood and bid everyone goodnight. As she turned away, she noticed that Mikhail took Ansel’s hand and held it in the shadows beneath the table.
0.2 The Assassin and the Desert by Sarah J. Maas