☂ The Viper and the Urchin (The Viper and the Urchin, #1) PDF / Epub ✐ Author Celine Jeanjean – Loanexpress.us

The Viper and the Urchin (The Viper and the Urchin, #1) EPUB The Viper And The Urchin The Viper And The Urchin, 1 Author Celine Jeanjean Airdomains.co.uk Being Damsport S Most Elegant Assassin Is Hard Work There S Tailoring To Consider, Devilish Poisons To Concoct, Secret Identities To Maintain But Most Importantly, Longinus Must Keep His Fear Of Blood Hidden Or His Reputation Will Be Ruined So When Rory, A Scrawny Urchin Girl, Threatens To Expose His Phobia Unless He Teaches Her Swordsmanship, He Has No Choice But To Comply.As If Being Saddled With A Dirty, Grammatically Incorrect Girl Isn T Bad Enough, A Copycat Assassin Begins To Imitate Longinus Kills And Threatens Both His And Rory S Lives Arguments Have To Be Set Aside, And Longinus And Rory Are Forced To Work Together To Unmask And Stop The Copycat But Darker Forces Than They Realise Are At Play, And With Time Running Out, The Unlikely Duo Find Themselves The Last Line Of Defence Against A Powerful Enemy Who Seeks To Bring The City Of Damsport To Its Knees.

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  1. says:

    If you can sit on a roof somewhere, I think that would be a great place to delve into The Viper and the Urchin , an adventure by budding author Celine Jeanjean, set in the gritty, steampunk type world of Damsport.Two disparate personalities, together in an uneasy alliance, each with secrets, each both stronger and weaker than they seem, a hemophobic assassin and a small but streetwise urchin girl with a desire to be a hero swordswoman Having no resources with which to achieve her dream, Rory...


  2. says:

    Let me just say that I pretty much fell in love with Longinus from the synopsis alone An assassin who s afraid of blood I knew from that moment that this was a book I needed to read.Well, Longinus, and the book, did not disappoint In fact, I d say they both exceeded my expectations Right from the opening pages, I was sitting there grinning like a fool as Longinus performs one of his famed assassinations with all its unexpected flair He is a man with a muse, and when the muse speaks, one mus Let me just say that I pretty much fell in love with Longinus from the synopsis alone An assassin who s afraid of blood...


  3. says:

    This is a really fun read The setting is vividly described, and very imaginative Without wishing to give too much away, look out for the coffee scene I loved it There are incredibly evocative moments, and the richness and the detail of the setting means I really felt like I was there, in the sweaty, grimy, but rather wonderful city of Damsport But the real strength of the book is in its characters Longinus and Rory leapt off the page for me They were both complex, fully developed charact This is a really fun read The setting is vividly...


  4. says:

    Absolutely fantastic, and highly recommended Gorgeous writing, a beautifully described world, and characters who were endearing, occasionally irritating when the author meant for them to be , and totally fascinating This is one of the best independently published books I ve had the pleasure of reading, and I do love me some indie books.I started re...


  5. says:

    book was unique, for sure It s steampunk all the way and some of the descriptions are very interesting and will grip you.One of our main characters is an 18 year old urchin who looks and acts like a 14 year old The other is a dandy assassin with a love for poetry, who cannot stand not being dressed properly or the sight of blood.This Viper character is an odd one indeed He kills people but only with poison he makes himself and claims no one does it book was unique, for sure It s steampunk all the way and some of the descriptions are very interesting and will grip you.One of our main characters is an 18 year old urchin who looks and acts like a 14 year o...


  6. says:

    There s a lot to like about the story The character of Longinus is genius, as I ve never encountered a cowardly dandy as an assassin before It breathes life in the grim, raspy voiced archetype and provides a refreshingly different take His constant fussing over clothes and poetic phrases never gets old, although he might pinch the bridge of his nose too much.Rory hasdifficulty escaping the street smart urchin stereotype, but that doesn t make her character any less enjoyable Although t There s a lot to like about the story The character of Longinus is genius, as I ve never encou...


  7. says:

    It was always a pleasure to kill begins the book as it launches into a long and ominous description of an assassin, The Viper, and the nefarious activity he is on his way to perform And then he thinks to himself, Is it really too much to ask that the common dockworker experience a faint malaise in my presence Obviously and I smiled because, suddenly, the Viper looked like someone I was really going to enjoy It turns out that The Viper is a lovable, sarcastic, pompous jerk of a man It was always a pleasure to kill begins the book as it launches into a ...


  8. says:

    Love the premise of this book a clever, blackmailing street urchin mets a foppish, melodramatic assassin with a fear of blood It had an odd flow at points but overall I loved the characters and their interactions ...


  9. says:

    I have just met a new favourite author with a new set of favourite characters I just loved this fun story with its quirky characters Even better, it had me laughing out loudthan a few times Can t wait for the next in the series.


  10. says:

    This book came to my attention when the author emailed me, saying she d seen that I d reviewed and liked Lindsay Buroker s self published Emperor s Edge series, and would I be interested in reviewing her own book, which held similarities to Buroker s work Well As an utter fanatic of The Emperor s Edge and its sequels, I search ceaselessly for books that recapture Buroker s style and magic Of course, I wrote the author back, saying yes, please send me your book At once I mentally added.Now, This book came to my attention when the author emailed me, saying she d seen that I d reviewed and liked Lindsay Buroker s self published Emperor s Edge series, and would I be interested in reviewing her own book, which held similarities to Buroker s work Well As an utter fanatic of The Emperor s Edge and its sequels, I search ceaselessly for books that recapture Buroker s style and magic Of course, I wrote the author back, saying yes, please send me your book At once I mentally added.Now, having finished reading it, I can say that The Viper and the Urchin was a short, solid start to what looks to be a series with potential It indeed holds similarities to Buroker s Emperor s Edge they are both set in a industrial fantasy setting, with mild steampunk elements There are assassins, whose names both end in us although Jeanjean s deadly alchemist Longinus is decidedly different from Buroker s consummate killer, Sicarius...

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