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In a world where people born with an exceptional skill, known as a Grace, are feared and exploited, Katsa carries the burden of a skill even she despises: She lives under the command of her Uncle Randa, King of the Middluns, and is expected to carry out his dirty work, punishing and torturing anyone who displeases him. Breaking arms and cutting off fingers are her stock-in-trade.
Finding life dezcargar his rule increasingly unbearable, Katsa forms an underground Council whose purpose is to combat the destructive behaviour of the seven kings – after all, the Middluns is only one of the Seven Kingdoms, each of them ruled by their own king and his personal agenda for power.
When the Council hears that the King of Liend’s father has been kidnapped Katsa investigates Who would want to kidnap him, and why? And who was the extraordinary Graced fighter who challenged her fighting skills, for the first time, as she and the Council rushed the old man to saftey? Something dark and deadly is rising in the north and creeping across the ddescargar, and behind it all lurks the shadowy figure of a one-eyed king Cashore’s prose is smooth and unobtrusive.
But for all its lightness of tone, Graceling is not a simple novel. Its inevitable love story is sweetly unconventional and unabashedly feminist.
Katsa herself is a rich character. The growth of her trust and self-esteem is the understated heart of the novel. This is always Katsa’s story and graceoing fast paced it is too. An immensely fun, good-hearted read.
SFX ‘Cashore creates believable characters with enough depth, subtlety, and experience to satisfy older readers. An impressive first novel. An adventurous and enjoyable read.
COM The story flows at a decent pace with a story that gradually builds in descafgar and a mystery that gracelinv at just the right speed to keep things interesting. Cashore knows what makes a good spectacle and, even though you know that Katsa absolutely has to win through, writes set piece scenes that buzz with excitement and action.
The book is filled with very vivid descriptions of almost everything from castles, landscapes, courts, and the journeys that the characters go on.
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Kristin Cashore’s ‘Graceling’ is a great start by a developing writer and I definitely look forward to seeing this writer grow with future novels as she shows tremendous potential. Ver todas las apps de lectura gratuitas de Kindle. Detalles del producto Tapa blanda: Mostrando de 3 opiniones.
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Vuelva a intentarlo en otro momento. Tapa blanda Compra verificada. I expected to find some kind of real action in this book. It was just so much ”I’ve just met you, yet I’d already die for you”. This was a romance novel, not an epic one. Ver las 3 opiniones. I’ll write the review I wish I’d read before buying this book and its sequels Fire and Bitterblue.
I bought and read Graceling and Fire in their entirety; Bitterblue I had learned my lesson and only skimmed a friend’s copy in the hopes of seeing a satisfactory resolution to the whole thing, but I could not handle the book at all. The allusions to what I’m calling “upsetting content” are subtler in Graceling than they are in Fire, so you can skim over a few paragraphs in Graceling and be left unsettled but not utterly disgusted, but if you’re sensitive, it will still linger and upset you.
Fire has more detail. And then in Bitterblue, all subtlety goes completely out the window and I don’t see how you could read it without being traumatized. These books contain characters who commit acts that are truly sick, depraved, and vicious.
I do not like to get broadsided by abuse, torture, animal cruelty, rape, and intended incest in a book. Especially a YA fantasy book. Though Cashore gives Graceling herself and Fire and Bitterblue redemptive and at least somewhat happy endings, I’m not left feeling uplifted. I’m left feeling like I was just slimed by an extremely misanthropic worldview and a glimpse through a window I wish I could shut tight. I’m not denying that Leck is an effective villain — he is utterly, relentlessly, villainous, so what else could he be?
But he’s not an Iago or Richard III — you’re not sitting there enjoying his plots and schemes for their complexity and audacity and his gift at making you complicit. Neither is he a Voldemort — a nearly abstract embodiment of Evil, whose acts aren’t psychologically complex at all and are mostly described with corresponding simplicity suitable for young readers.
He’s not even a Hannibal Lechter — freaking creepy, but so strange and specific that you don’t actually worry that you’re going to encounter him in the real world — or that he would do anything to you if he met you. Leck’s a much more deeply personal nightmare, and I would think some readers — especially sensitive readers and younger readers — would not thank Cashore for giving them that nightmare.
I’m giving these books three stars because my comments here about the content are objectively true but their impact is subjective. These aren’t bad books as far as the craft of storytelling goes, but I personally did not like them — and there may be likeminded readers who would benefit from my remarks.
If you would not read someone’s memoir about abuse because it just upsets you too much, you might want to avoid these books as well. If you are someone who finds it healing or redemptive to read of survivors, however, you might find that these books speak to you As is the case with real abuse, of course, not all of the damage can be mitigated.
I hope I’ve helped you decide whether or not these books are for you. I looked at this book several times before actually reading it and I am SO glad I finally did! Katsa is a wonderful main character. She is a graceling, meaning that she is graced with special abilities like many other characters in this fantasy world. Katsa is able to kill anyone with her bare hands and is a skilled fighter.
I absolutely adored Katsa. Everything about Katsa is intense. Her fighting, her relationships and her sheer will to survive and persevere through some impossible situations. And Po, I loved Po! The romance was absolutely adorable. Po softens Katsa, and yet he understands and respects her. The story itself was exciting. A lot of great fight scenes and dramatic rescues. Much of the story revolves around Katsa uncovering the treachery of her kingdom.
There was also a twist towards the end that I was not expecting!
Graceling (Graceling Realm Book 1) (English Edition) por Kristin Cashore
While I adored all the characters and their relationships, the world-building and story line of this book is really where it shines. It was so well thought out and complete for being a stand alone novel Bitterblue and Fire are companion novels but the stories are different. Highly recommend this read. One of my favorite descargr novels. I enjoyed this fantasy book despite not particularly connecting with the main character.
Katsa can be harsh and unrelatable, but the plot of the book is interesting. Katsa has a fighting grace, which her King has her use to intimidate and harm people.
Despite hating it, she never fights against it and accepts her position as a killer. She is a fighter and strong enough that no one should be able to command her. Her freedom and her choices should be her own, but she allows herself to be manipulated for a long time. Po, on the other hand, was very likable. He is intelligent, a revered fighter and kind. The world building was decent and I hope that it is expanded in future books, as this is not a standalone.
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There are seven kingdoms and I would not be able to detail customs, names or climate of many of them. The pacing was steady throughout, but some scene changes and plot progressions seemed to jump forward when the plot would have been better served if they were expanded upon. Gana dinero con nosotros. Todos los derechos reservados.
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