2 KRISTIN CASHORE GRACELING Orlando HARCOURT, INC. Austin New York San Diego London 3 For my mother, Nedda Prev. Kristin Cashore grew up in northeast Pennsylvania and has a master's degree Graceling. Seven Kingdoms Trilogy (Series). Book 1. Kristin Cashore Author. The first edition of this novel was published in May 1st , and was written by Kristin Cashore. [PDF]Bitterblue (Graceling Realm) Book Free Download (
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Bitterblue comes across even more odd behaviors and crimes. She does her best to untangle the web of lies, puzzles and madness The truths Bitterblue uncovers are powerful, and they have to be explored. But I feel like Cashore arrives at those truths by a route that is too complicated, convoluted and scattered. Too many side plots, too much talk of ciphers and codes, too many characters coming and going, too many illogical occurrences that instead of making the story more intricate, end up making it too busy and messy.
I am definitely a fan of twisty, complicated plots. Bitterblue has that, it strives to be something akin to Megan Whalen Turner 's and Melina Marchetta 's fantasy novels these three authors appear to draw inspiration from each other's works. But whereas I was consumed by Turner's and Marchetta's mysteries, trying to spot what was wrong and who was lying and why and guessing the connections among the characters, reading Bitterblue was mostly a confusing and irritating experience.
Events and characters in this novel are completely insane. They make no sense, they defy logic, they stand out to any person as odd.
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Most of the book I spent repeating Bitterblue's own thoughts: What is going on? Mary E. Six of Crows.
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Sara B. The One. Kiera Cass. Shadow and Bone. The Heart of Betrayal. Grave Mercy. Robin LaFevers. The Bitter Kingdom. Rae Carson. Ignite Defy, Book 2. The Elite. Morgan Rice. The Heir.
Frost Like Night. The Kiss of Deception. The Girl of Fire and Thorns. The Selection. Siege and Storm.
Dark Triumph. Rachel Hartman. Scent of Magic. Maria V. Marissa Meyer. The Young Elites. Marie Lu.
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Mortal Heart. The Crown. Endure Defy, Book 3. Crooked Kingdom. The Winner's Curse. Marie Rutkoski. Three Dark Crowns.
Kendare Blake. Storm Siren.
Mary Weber. Shadow Study. Susan Dennard.
The Fates Divide. The Immortal Rules.
Julie Kagawa. Strange the Dreamer.
Laini Taylor. Hearts at Stake. Alyxandra Harvey. Stolen Songbird. Danielle L.
I wanted so badly to like this book. It has so much going for it. It is original and inventive. I never once caught myself thinking, "Now, where did I read that before?
Oh, right, in the last three books! All of them were uniquely Cashore's own. Her prose was clear and lucid, though there were passages that dragged and made me want to skip ahead. So, pacing was occasionally a pro I wanted so badly to like this book. So, pacing was occasionally a problem, but not the actual words themselves. I thought it quite notable, especially as a debut.
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Yes, that dreaded however. But before we get to that, a quick disclaimer. I certainly have no say on what Cashore did or did not intend the book to say. I only can say with certainty what I find in the book and I hope you can agree that if, in addition to great writing and engaging stories, one desires one's reading material to have at the very least some simple ethics, it is more than reasonable that some readers will discuss and debate the ethics and social mores that certain features of this book present.
Personally, I appreciate being able to discuss something that a book mentions and which allows me to think of it in an entirely different light. I am fully aware that many might feel that this review is biased and unfair, written from a narrow-minded, hidebound mentality.Holly Black.
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