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The Apprentice

The Apprentice After five years of apprenticeship Artamos De spada travels north on a trial mission that will bring him to the climax of his training in the king s secretive Black Knight society Accompanying him is

  • Title: The Apprentice
  • Author: M.L. Hall
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 125
  • Format: ebook
  • After five years of apprenticeship, Artamos De spada travels north on a trial mission that will bring him to the climax of his training in the king s secretive Black Knight society Accompanying him is his mentor, Adrian Rizzo Rizz , and fellow Black Knight, Falita Kain.Artamos s mission is simple escort of the king s betrothed safely from the Cromanian boarder to CaltanAfter five years of apprenticeship, Artamos De spada travels north on a trial mission that will bring him to the climax of his training in the king s secretive Black Knight society Accompanying him is his mentor, Adrian Rizzo Rizz , and fellow Black Knight, Falita Kain.Artamos s mission is simple escort of the king s betrothed safely from the Cromanian boarder to Caltania It s a five day travel in which Artamos is required to lead Rizz, Falita, and others But the trip is wrought with danger, and while Artamos struggles to maintain command in the face of his youth he must work to protect the king s betrothed from bandits while facing forbidden love and betrayal.

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    About "M.L. Hall"

    1. M.L. Hall

      Hello,I m Matt Hall, Fantasy and Adventure author I ve had a life of varied experiences that have included everything from designing electrical circuits to saving lives And I hope to share many of my experiences with you through my fantasy adventure stories.I first learned about fantasy adventure stories from my seventh grade teacher when she offered me a copy of J.R.R.Tolkien s The Hobbit I devoured that book as well as The Lord of The Rings and countless other King Arthur stories It wasn t until I encountered R.A.Salvatore s writing that I began to take a greater interest in story telling, or rather story entertainment.And really that is my goal, to entertain you with stories that you enjoy That s why I would like to direct you once again to the Connect With M.L.Hall tab on my website mlhallbooks It s so important to me that we work on these books together I d like to hear your ideas and thoughts on where you would like to see my books go.Perhaps we may even find we have other interests we can share Like most writers, and for that matter, people surfing the web, I have varied interests My wife and I enjoy gardening together, camping, and fishing.One of my favorite past times is archery I m infatuated with primitive devices and have made countless longbows, some of which even shoot There is something magical about watching the flight of an arrow.Anyhow, check out my website, view the book samples, and send me an email, strike up a conversation.Sincerely,M.L.Hall

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    1. A Trickster Eric Novels reviewMatthew Hall asked me to read his novel "The Apprentice". It's about a knight-ninja apprentice who has to escort a noble lady to his own country's capital city where her groom, his boss, is waiting for her. I will analyze the story in terms of plot, characters, and polish, and then assign a grade. PLOTAllow me to list the reasons why I like this story:It's an unorthodox plot because there is no central villain. In another story with this premise there would be a Big [...]


    2. I might be biased but I really enjoyed reading this book. I found the character to be well developed and the plot moved along nicely. My favorite character was Rizz with Falita coming in a close second. I loved the back and forth conversations between the characters. I felt that this really brought them to life for me.


    3. I have let my Husband review this as he has read it first. First of its a novella and back in the old Astounding Stories day it would have fit in perfectly. In true novella style (90 Pages) it cuts straight to the gist of the tale about three "Knights" protecting a princess. Now the story revolves around a young knight named "Artamos" and I must say it does impinge slightly on the Three Musketeers in part of the story but all for one and one for all it is not, in fact with a little work and no d [...]


    4. Pretty good world-building, interesting storyline (without a stock villain, which is an excellent thing), and believably flawed characters. But this one has something of a we-destroyed-the-village-to-save-it feel, [SPOILER ALERT] with honorable knights destroying their personal honor to protect that of their organization.[END SPOILER] The ending twist has such a perfect set-up that the twist is the only ending possible. One star subtracted for poor proofreading; if a new edition is released, I'l [...]


    5. I think it was OK, but not more. However, I think I will give Hall another chance, and read one more in the series. My biggest problem, was that I just didn't feel like I got to know the characters. There was a lot of time spent describing fights in detail, but not much character building. Maybe the book should have been longer, or focused on just one character. Much of it was also a bit too cliché for me. The Lancelot and Gwenivere-story has been done a couple of times before.




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