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By MarkLawrence Antônio Tibau | Comments: ( 919 ) | Date: ( May 25, 2020 )

Ainda crian a, o pr ncipe Hon rio Jorg Ancrath testemunhou o brutal assassinato da Rainha m e e de seu irm o ca ula, William Jorg n o conseguiu defender sua fam lia, nem tampouco fugir do horror Jogado sorte num arbusto de roseira brava, ele permaneceu imobilizado pelos espinhos que rasgavam profundamente sua pele, e sua alma O pr ncipe dos espinhos se v , ent o, obriAinda crian a, o pr ncipe Hon rio Jorg Ancrath testemunhou o brutal assassinato da Rainha m e e de seu irm o ca ula, William Jorg n o conseguiu defender sua fam lia, nem tampouco fugir do horror Jogado sorte num arbusto de roseira brava, ele permaneceu imobilizado pelos espinhos que rasgavam profundamente sua pele, e sua alma O pr ncipe dos espinhos se v , ent o, obrigado a amadurecer para saciar o seu desejo de vingan a e poder Vagando pelas estradas do Imp rio Destru do, Jorg Ancrath lidera uma irmandade de assassinos, e sua nica inten o vencer o jogo O jogo que os espinhos lhe ensinaram.

  • Title: Prince of Thorns
  • Author: MarkLawrence Antônio Tibau
  • ISBN: 9788566636116
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Hardcover

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MarkLawrence Antônio Tibau

My new book Red Sister is out now Blog here mark lawrence Facebook here facebook MarkLawrenceThree emails a year newsletter here eepurl cimnK1 Prizes FreeContentI m even on Tumblr tumblr blog marklawrePintrest uk.pinterest princeofthor Instagraminstagram mark___lawrMark Lawrence is married with four children, one of whom is severely disabled His day job is as a research scientist focused on various rather intractable problems in the field of artificial intelligence He has held secret level clearance with both US and UK governments At one point he was qualified to say this isn t rocket science oh wait, it actually is.Between work and caring for his disabled child, Mark spends his time writing, playing computer games, tending an allotment, brewing beer, and avoiding DIY.

Comments Prince of Thorns

  • Mark Lawrence

    My next book (in a whole new setting) is Red Sister. Came out in April!Join my 3-emails-a-year newsletter #prizes++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++The Broken Empire signed, limited edition, omnibus is available! Hurry before they goimoakpress/product/limitIt has 10 pieces of internal art by trilogy cover artist Jason Chan. Here's one from very near the end.Road Brothers : tales from the Broken Empire is now out!/book/show/2 anthology of 14 short stories about Jorg &/or [...]

  • Robin Hobb

    I had to grit my teeth several times to get through this, and more than once I wondered, "Why was this recommended to me?" Then the pieces began to fall into place. Not a tale for the faint of heart, but well worth it to prevail. Trust me.

  • Rick Riordan

    I've heard of dark fantasy and anti-heroes, but this is the darkest fantasy with the anti-est anti-hero I've ever encountered. Our protagonist Jorg is only thirteen, but do not mistake this for a kids' book! Jorg is already the leader of a cutthroat gang of marauders, and has killed more men than most seasoned warriors -- including innocent civilians and a few of his own followers. Despite all this, I found myself rooting for Jorg, especially as more of his past is revealed, and we learn why he [...]

  • Elspeth

    I can't get behind a book that has the main character raping girls in the first few pages.No thanks, I am good.I have read a lot of books with rape in them, but I have to say they were mostly with a female protagonist. One of my favorite fantasy series, The Deed of Paksenarrion, Pak's lets herself be tortured for five days and nights, and rape isn’t the only thing that she has to suffer. I understood why the character did this, I also understood why the author wrote the story the way she did. [...]

  • Carol.

    Here's Cliff Notes to my review: The Blade Itself Lite, with significantly less character development, a typical revenge plot and little redemption.Feels suspiciously like watching a dog-fight video from ASPCA. Violent, powerful with a lack of finesse, subtlety or characterization, and the only redeeming aspect might occur at the end. The main character resists personal growth and opportunities for redemption, and commits violence after violence. We open as he watches a man die with his belly ri [...]

  • Anne

    I'm purposely using cat gifs to try and soften this review up a bit. I don't think it will help, but I just couldn't bring myself to search for anything bloody by the time I finished this book.See that little boy on the cover, in all of his 14 year old glory?By the fifth page, I hated his guts. He repulsed me. Repulsed! And I'm not talking about just disliking his personality. Oh, no! Full-on skeeved out.The kid is an unrepentant murderer and rapist!So why 4 stars, huh?Weeeeell, he's just insane [...]

  • Terry Brooks

    This month I am recommending both PRINCE OF THORNS and KING OF THORNS by Mark Lawrence. They are two of three, with the third not yet published. I have read the first and am halfway through the second. As a fantasy tale, Prince Jorg Ancraft's story is quite extraordinary. It begins when he is 13 and already a stone cold killer with a horrific past. This is a dangerous and risky protagonist for any author to put forth, but Lawrence does it with verve and confidence. It is like a train wreck from [...]

  • Li Seagull

    Cw: rape, other slimy shitWell, I did it. I finished it to the last page, mostly so I could review it like this. Give me a medal, because I was very much tempted to drop it when within the first few pages, the protagonist manages to rape two women and murder a few others just 'cause. More on this later.Anyway. Now I get to yell and scream at the book to my heart's content.This book was the metaphorical equivalent of some /r/morbidreality bullshit. Palahniuk pulls this shit too, but at least he d [...]

  • Peter

    I kept seeing good things and/or controversy about Prince of Thorns everywhere I looked, and everyone loves controversy. I decided to take the arc along with me to Worldcon in Reno, with the intention or reading it by the pool (I am still not comfortable taking an expensive eReader poolside).Boy, am I glad I did.Prince of Thorns had me by the balls in the first chapter. I found myself stealing time to read just a page here and a page there, and whenever a rare block of time opened, I commandeere [...]

  • Petrik

    Buddy read with Jorg's fangirl, AnnaHere it is, I finally got around to this famous Grimdark novel. Let it be known first that Prince of Thorns is not my first Mark Lawrence’s book, the first was Red Sister, his newest and what the majority of his fans considered as his best work so far. Though I can’t say the same for the series yet, Prince of Thorns, the first book in the Broken Empire trilogy, one of the most famous Grimdark fantasy in the market and Mark Lawrence’s debut novel is infer [...]

  • Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin

    Pretty much everyone in this book is a damn bastard! And a big thank you to Mark Lawrence, a cool as hell author who steered me away from things I wouldn't be able to handle. Authors like that rock in my world! KudosJorge and his crew are the people you love to hate. I know Jorg went through hell as a child (well he's still a child to me at 14) But that doesn't mean you have to grow up being a dick. Sure, kill all of the people that were involved in your family's killing but not innocence. And n [...]

  • Alex ☣ Deranged KittyCat ☣

    Disclaimer: This is not a book for the faint-hearted or the easily offended. There is violence and a 14 years old prince with a total lack of conscience.Now, did you ever have a really bad day? Did you ever want to punch something/someone just to vent your anger? Did someone ever belittle you and you had to hold your tongue? Did you ever imagine how it would be if you were free to do whatever the f*ck you want to? No morals or laws to contain you. No conscience to keep you in check.Well, yesterd [...]

  • Alienor ✘ French Frowner ✘

    (04/09) What can I say that I haven't already written ? ✔ Warnings and other insights : Rereading Prince of Thorns after completing the series, I realize now how many details hint what will happen in Jorg's future, and this is brilliant. Indeed it gives the plot so much more depth! ✔ Jorg is still my favorite anti-hero of all times : I could say so many things about him without never shedding light on his personality. He is evil.He is an asshole.He is complex. He has layers. He is a PSYCHOPA [...]

  • Petros Triantafyllou

    For more than a year I had only written 1 review for The Broken Empire trilogy. A terrible mistake, and one I regret deeply, considering it's my favorite story, and Lawrence my favorite author respectively. Each installment deserves a separate review, so i'm here to deliver.Lawrence's debut is a milestone in modern fantasy. Solid writing and well-crafted characters, witty humor and sentimental elements, controversial circumstances and teeth-grinding situations, all skilfully combined in creating [...]

  • Michael

    I had heard so many good things about this book and although I'm not a fan of the gritty dark fantasy I think this was done exceeding well. Mark's prose is very well written and I found myself noting a number of particularly well done sentences, which is unusual for me to notice.From time to time, fans of my series ask me to do a prequel on my character Royce and how he was when in the Black Diamond Thieves Guild and before the calming influences of Gwen and Hadrian started to shape him. From no [...]

  • Cait (Paper Fury)

    This is a very stabby book of darkness. So obviously I got along with it JUST FINE. It's about 14yo Jorg who is (A) a bookworm, (B) a psychopath, and (C) a terrifyingly stabby kid with the emotional empathy of a plastic plate and who genuinely likes to kill things and is on a mission of revenge. So yes, please, and thankyou, I LIKED THIS BOOK.(I mean, who even let me loose to read books about villains??? You know they're my weakness omg.So DEFINITELY be aware that you're reading a book about a v [...]

  • Bookdragon Sean

    I’ve always had very mixed feeling about Lawrence’s world, but at this point in the series I did actually think it was fairly good. I thought the second book was much the same, then the third book was the complete ruination of this fantasy universe, but I’ll address that fully in my later reviews of the series. For now though, thePrince of Thornswas exciting and dark. However, it did have some major problems that limited it severely.A dark protagonistInitially, the first few chapters almos [...]

  • ☽Luna☾

    3.5 STARS ★★★"Tell me, tutor,' I said. 'Is revenge a science, or an art?” *I'm going to use Joffrey gifs for this review.* warning this review contains un marked spoilersFirstly I feel I need to clarify my rating because it honestly nearly got 4 stars. But I just couldn't get past the start, I absolutely hated it, I, nearly DNF at 10%. I was really excited to read prince of thorns it had been on my the list for ages, I can remember staring at it and thinking can't wait to read it i do no [...]

  • James LafayetteTivendale

    Introduction to the Prince of Thorns - Prince Jorg. Mark Lawrence's creation of a charismatic, intellectual evil being that is arguably on par with Anthony Burgess's Alex DeLarge from A Clockwork Orange. Unlike American Psycho's Patrick Bateman and other fictional psychopaths - we are presented reasons to sympathise with our pal Jorg as an event when he was 10 shocked his very soul and led to his stupidly cool nickname (see the book title) :) This book is shown (like many good debut books I have [...]

  • seak

    I had a lot of fun with this one. I'd read lots of discussion before actually jumping in and I have a couple things to say about it.1. The rape at the beginning, while I in no way support this type of behavior, isn't graphic and does a good job showing how depraved these guys actually are. If it didn't include rape in some way, I really don't think it would have been nearly as believable, I mean, this is medieval times. Nobles were supposedly exercising their droit du seigneur. Again, not that I [...]

  • Bookwraiths

    Originally reviewed at Bookwraiths ReviewsI’d heard a lot about Prince of Thorns before I picked it up. Naturally, some of the reviews were positive and some of them were negative. After reading the novel, I can honestly say I understand both points of view, because I found myself mesmerized by Mr. Lawrence’s first-person narrative yet horrified by the person I was reading about. But, beyond any doubt, this is a book that every fantasy fan should read at least once - and many will read over [...]


    I think it's time to finish this bad boy.“'Water! Water!' It’s always water with the dying. Strange, it’s killing that gives me a thirst." Confession time!I am a sucker for anti-heroes, and villains. Good people, most of the time, just annoy me. I've been craving a story with a not-so-good hero, and this seems to be chillin on top of every list i hit. I had to check it out! Downloaded a sample on my Kindle, guess what the first word/line of the book is?! "Raven! Always the ravens".Any of y [...]

  • Pang

    WARN U SERIOUSLY, THIS BOOK IS NOT FOR EVERYONE!Because it is insane!! We have the mc who is so dark, and wicked, and oh so eff*cruel! Can I call him “Little Satan”?Before I read this book, I know that I will be led through the journey by very dark character ( that many readers might hate ). So, I realize this point and told myself that I will not judge his bad actions. Let’s him leads me through dark path Throw anything at me whatever he wants to do, because I’m ready and curious to kno [...]

  • Kelly (and the Book Boar)

    Find all of my reviews at: 52bookminimum/4.5 Stars“War, my friends, is a thing of beauty. Those as says otherwise are losing.”If George R.R. Martin wrote young adult stories, they’d probably end up a little something like Prince of Thorns. In the first four pages the reader is exposed to raping and pillaging and beheadings . . . The Prince of Thorns is Prince Jorg – a boy who watched his mother and younger brother get murdered and who was pretty much left for dead by his father, the King [...]

  • Evgeny

    Prince Jorg ran away from his castle with a band of highway robbers. This merry company kills, rapes, burns, and does all kinds of related activities with full Jorg's participation. Did I mention sometimes the merry band is afraid of Jorg? Did I mention Jorg is only fourteen? Anyway, the guy decides it is time to return home. This is where the real fun begins. The shocking part of the book - atrocities committed by 14-year-old - did not work for me. There are several reasons. I suspect I became [...]

  • Markus

    "War, my friends, is a thing of beauty."Prince Honorous Jorg Ancrath, heir to the throne of his father's kingdom, was nine years old when the Count of Renar's men ambushed the royal carriage, smashed his little brother's skull against a rock, and proceeded to rape and kill his mother. He himself was only saved by being thrown into a patch of hook-briars just moments before the attack. This episode is what turned him into the Prince of Thorns, and filled his existence with an insatiable lust for [...]

  • Jeffrey Keeten

    Like most of the reviewers I'm baffled as to who I could possibly recommend this book to or if I should recommend it. On the other hand I couldn't put it down. The protagonist, Prince Honorous Jorg Ancrath, is someone I abhored/admired from the first page until the last page. This book is disturbing, compelling, haunting, beautiful, disgusting and completely entertaining. The writing whispers evil thoughts into your mind. Your hand itches for steel. You start running through your mind every pett [...]

  • Robin (Bridge Four)

    Sale Alert 9/30/17: on for $2.99Jorg Ancrath you are a sadistic bastard and I hate you….but I love you tooThis is a book I walked into blind and I am really glad of that since I’m not sure I would have started it if someone had told me about Jorg. He isn’t the good man fighting the bad fight. No he is a killer, torturer, pillager, rapist and the harbinger of fear. Jorg leads a band of men who have terrorized quite a few places. At thirteen he is the leader of an army but by fifteen he wil [...]

  • Kaora

    Nope.I hated the main character from the start. He is a 14 year old boy leading a gang of ex-convicts. He is the anti-hero, with the book opening detailing his rape of farmer's daughters, and frequent visualizations of just about every person he meets dying to his blade in their chest or cutting off their head. Yeah we get it. You have to be cruel and disgusting to be the leader and you are the young boy that is so "bad" he frightens ghosts. Riiight.At some point I just stopped caring. At least [...]

  • Shannon

    I'll be honest, this was a bit of a random pick for me. The multiple 1-star reviews from my friends were concerning, but when I actually went and read their reviews I realized a lot of people gave up on this because the main character rapes two girls in the second chapter. I totally understand not wanting to read this based on that because I have things that bother me enough to ruin an entire book too.The reason why I could look past him raping those two girls was because of two things: it's not [...]

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