The Farseer Trilogy - Assassin’s Apprentice Volume 1: The Graphic Novel (The Farseer Trilogy, Book 1)

By Robin Hobb and Jody Houser, Illustrated by Ryan Kelly, Coloured by Jordie Bellaire, Lettered by Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou

The first installment of Robin Hobb’s New York Times bestselling fantasy epic, The Assassin’s Apprentice (Farseer Trilogy), comes to life in comics form!

When the illegitimate son of a royal prince is discovered in a poor backwater, the boy’s life changes forever. Renamed ‘Fitz’ by his new caretakers, the boy is plunged into the maze of scheming and intrigue that makes up the courts of the Six Duchies. But unknown to all, a power has awakened in Fitz. Something in his blood is stirring, and if Fitz cannot learn to control it, it may spell doom for all.

“Fantasy as it ought to be written.”—George R.R. Martin

HarperVoyager is proud to present the first installment in Robin Hobb’s Farseer Trilogy, Assassin’s Apprentice!

Author: Robin Hobb
Format: ebook
Release Date: 04 Jan 2024
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-869465-4
Robin Hobb is one of the world’s finest writers of epic fiction. She was born in California in 1952 but raised in Alaska. She raised her family, ran a smallholding, delivered post to her remote community, all at the same time as writing stories and novels. She succeeded on all fronts, raising four children and becoming an internationally best-selling writer. She lives in Tacoma, Washington State.

'Hobb is one of the great modern fantasy writers … what makes her novels as addictive as morphine is not just their imaginative brilliance but the way her characters are compromised and manipulated by politics.'The Times -

‘In today’s crowded fantasy market Robin Hobb’s books are like diamonds in a sea of zircons’George R.R. Martin -

”'Hobb is superb” - Conn Iggulden

”'Hobb is a remarkable storyteller” - Guardian

”'This is a historical novel with a sly touch of magic. The first in the Farseer trilogy, this book will get new readers hooked on a series that recalls HBO’s Game of Thrones and The Lord of the Rings” - Telegraph