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Not very many, but they were the best. That said, I hate how the author seems to be shoving very specific views down my throat instead of telling me a story that challenges me to think for myself.
Love interest I say love interest because Po was nothing more than that. Ugh, it makes my heart ache to think about it. My library’s “Teen Reading List. You might not be. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I liked how the captain at the end is a woman and this one line: I also see and very much like the great focus on female relationships in this book – we go through a thick wedge of pages in czshore it is just Katsa and Bitterblue, no knights in shining armour in sight.
Necromancer’s teen daughter fights the dead. It gets really …more I struggled with it until page And they have some truly iconic banter. He is a skilled fighter as well, but not as good as Katsa. In other words, I hate Katsa.
What I do not like is the way we’re hammered over the head with the message. The character building was great. I am sometimes a hermit, but never for very long.
At 18 I went off to college– thank you, Williams College, for the financial aid kritin made this possible– and it gracelingg killed me. I think if you love someone enough, you want to marry them, and there is no substitute. Sign in or join to save for later.
I really liked Po, but even he is a bit of a ‘too good to be’ true creation that makes the message come across better from the author. It makes them real, human.
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All of this made Graceling an OK book. And yet, we call Katsa a feminist and a strong woman. I may probably be stoned to death for this review because every where I go it seems to be relam well loved and praised with glowing reviews.
I have literally read this book, what, over twenty times? Jul 01, Kiki rated it really liked it Shelves: And so, without knowing it, I was planting the seeds.
You know the kickbutt heroine who is just totally kickbutt and doesn’t need no one, no way, no how, and yet loves and feels and hurts deeply and yet keeps everyone away because she is b This was pretty much one of the most irritating books of all time – and consistent with my idea of YA fantasy. The lovers promise to reunite in a few months at Po’s castle.
I’ve been writing full-time– well, more than full-time, really– for about 4 years now, first doing educational writing for the K-6 market and now working on my novels.
Review: Graceling (Graceling Realm #1) by Kristin Cashore
And what is her utter revulsion to marriage? The book itself is just plain bad. She’s far stronger yraceling any man in the kingdom – but the writing and the characterization is done so well that she never dips a toe into Mary Sue territory nor does she get thrown into the self-sacrificing-woe-is-me category.
Well, I can see why people complain about YA. Open Preview See a Problem? As for the setting and world building, they did not impress me very much. A Graceling is a person with Graced. It made me want to bone up on my non-existent survival skills.
I’ve read three chapters so far, and have no desire to read any more, for three reasons.
Katsa and Bitterblue survive the journey and get to a ship at the port of Suncliff. What is with the awkward sentence structures and prose in this book? Articles needing cleanup from May All pages needing cleanup Books needing cleanup Pages to import images to Wikidata. Sue Ellen Beauregard, author of “Top 10 first novels for youth on audio” of the Audiobook reviewsaid that it had “[m]any layered fantasy adventures.
Let’s get this done. And not only that, her characterization is inconsistent.
The violence is not so graphic that it’s disturbing, but there is death and blood in this book. So, pacing was occasionally a problem, but not the actual words themselves. It’s a little strange but I don’t think there’s anything I can do about it.