This novel is limited to 100 free copies due to its part in Inkitt’s Novel Contest.
One of our four heroines, Katrynn’s older sister
One of our four heroines, Emalynn’s younger sister
One of our four heroines, a farm girl from Eldalind
One of our four heroines, an not-so-aristocratic girl
Master & Mistress Busby of Cape Cove
A gullible stable boy
Lady Clarice Brython
Brittainy’s mother, a very sensitive woman
Flora, Lareena, & Karle
Young ladies and gentlemen who love to party
Lady Betha & Lady Theodora
Old gossipy ladies
Mrs. Caryll Smithson, P.C.
‘Para-Security Liaison’ police officer
Unofficial Textile Guild and Assassin’s Guild liaison
Master Francis O’Shore
Master of History
Headmaster Felix Amarost
Assassin’s Academy Headmaster
Brittainy’s noble father, a very jolly man
Martin & Annie Fieldman
Danny, Marchien, Nate, Suzy, Ethan, & Lil’ Jo Fieldman
Chrystyna’s younger siblings
Master Creighton & Mistress Jane of Marble Vale
A Cleric informant who may be more than meets the eye
An upset fisherman
Madame Esmerelda, Anne, & Others
Lower House Tea Party guests
Simon & Norah
Two of Duchess Trevayne’s servants
Potential target of the Assassin’s Guild
Wife of Lord Sadon
Lord Barto Sadon (dec.) & Lady Grynetha
Lord Sadon’s younger brother (now deceased) and sister-in-law
Lady Dynell & Lord Holda Armines
Lord Sadon’s youngest sister and brother-in-law
Taryth Sadon: Guildmaster of the Textile Guild
Lord Barto & Lady Grynetha’s son, Lord Sadon’s nephew
Assistant Master of the Textile Guild
Lady Nessa Sadon
Lord Sadon’s younger sister, spinster
A noble lady with connections to the Assassin’s Guild
Assassin’s Life Instructor
Master of Mathematics
Mistress of Science
Master of Physical Education
Raz & Jed
Master & Mistress Romayan
Emalynn’s and Katrynn’s parents
Brittainy’s annoying younger cousin
Brittainy’s dissolute older brother
The Cloakroom Boy
Assassin’s Academy Secretary
Lester, Ricky, & Ned
Naught First Year classmates
johansp: A compelling story that quickly became a pageturner for me.The reader gets dragged into the horrors of war in a realistic way. The "hero" is also a person I could relate to, as in a human being with all the fears and doubts that arise in a war situation.There is also a good level of technical kno...
ArgyrisMetaxas: Thrilling story which builds layer ontop of layer. A few mis spellings every few chapters. What I found special was that it took a modern day problem and took it to its logical conclusion and plays this realism with gritting precision. I'm always on edge ready to shout from adrenaline. This is gr...
sujitha nair: What's so distinct about this story was that it could easily be real. Praveena can be your classmate, neighbor or that girl you saw at the coffee shop today. The important decisions she makes and the dilemmas she faces, remind us of our own twisted lives.
Sara Grover: When I first started reading, it was a bit slow; though only because it was so information intense and fast-paced in trying to describe how this complex galactic corporation/government like entity controls known space. I would suggest maybe adding a preface to better educate the reader to help av...
nikole carr: After starting and stopping several books tonight, this book caught my attention from the very beginning and i stayed up until 6 a.m. to finish reading. The plot has many twists and the sexual scenes keep it interesting, too. im a florida native so the Caribbean location is fun to read about. th...
Jessica Esa: With a tantalising end to the first chapter, the authour has given us a treat and a welcome addition to the fantasy adventure genre. To limit it to just such would be an injustice however, as this novel clearly draws on elements of historical fiction, fairy tale and horror. Simply, there's someth...
JWalker: I loved this story from start to finish! It flows at a really nice pace and the story world feels so real. The fight sequences are a treat especially when Isanfyre is training to become a warrior. I found the names really cool and thankfully easy to pronounce. Personally I have always struggled w...
ElusiveBadwolf: I loved this book so much! It's a shame that i already came to the end of this. I really enjoyed the story, and i liked it how everything became in the end. It was a great book and i can say that you are a great writer too. Keep it that way and i think you can make it in the writing business!
Dru83: This is the second or third time I've read this one and I just love it. It has just about everything you could ever want packed into one scifi story. It still has some parts that are a little rough in terms of grammar, punctuation, and word usage, but it's still an awesome story. I love how detai...
Giuliana Cassetta: My face is full of tears, I never cried like now with a book or even a movie. I loved every single chapter. I truly don't know what to say, I'm out of words and my eyes hurt from crying. Such an bittersweet story, it's so wonderful. One of my favorites for sure. Keep it up!
rudyoxborough46: An action-packed, mystical adventure awaits anyone wishing to read this novel. I’m amazed at how well you’ve managed to flesh out the characters in this book, and I hope to read more of your work.I’ve read books about goblins and elves and all that mumbo-jumbo before, and most accounts of these c...
Tavis Ryan King: "What Happened to Charlie Carmine" is a fabulous mo-gee-toe cocktail fuelled midget orgy of psychology, fantasy and sarcasm. I laughed out loud when reading this novel so many times it made the London commuters I shared space with look at me with curious disdain - and I did not care.The protagoni...