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It is not a peaceful time in the Dells. In King Bitterlue, the young King Nash is clinging to the throne, while rebel lords in the north and south build armies to unseat him. And the mountains and forest are filled with cahsore and thieves.

This is where Fire lives, a girl whose beauty is impossibly irresistible and who can control the minds of everyone around her. Exquisitely romantic, this companion to the highly praised Graceling has an entirely new cast of characters, save for one person who plays a pivotal role in both books. You don’t need to have read Graceling to love Fire. But if you haven’t, you’ll be dying to read it next. This edition includes an article by and an interview with the author.

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I clienti che hanno visto questo articolo hanno visto anche. Pagina 1 di 1 Pagina iniziale Pagina 1 di 1. Descrizione prodotto Recensione This is a carefully constructed work, with plots and relationships that are slowly revealed and interwoven. Cashore doesn’t shy away from the pain and suffering of war, but it’s not tiresomely gritty by any means.

Instead, fluid prose guides you through to the – slightly inevitable – end. Rhian Drinkwater SFX I fell in love with Fire at first sight, dazzled by its beautiful prose, its lush world building, its subtle and complex plot lines, and its heady characters.

I absolutely loved Fire, and it is one of my favorite reads of the year. Absolutely recommended to all. There’s something for everyone: And the sort of book that, above all, will make its readers impatient for any stories that may follow. UK “The setting is rich and beautifully explored and described, the characters all multidimensional, interesting and believable, and the romance is exquisitely kfistin out and developed.

Cashore has created a world it’s a real joy to exist in, populated with characters it’s a pleasure to be among. Fire is smartly written and well imagined. Sometimes beauty is the most deadly danger of all. Visualizza tutta la Descrizione prodotto. Formato Kindle Dimensioni file: Firebird 5 ottobre Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S. Quali altri articoli acquistano i clienti, dopo aver visualizzato questo articolo? Condividi i tuoi pensieri con altri bittterblue.

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Gold Star Award Winner! Fire lives in the Dells – a land filled with beautiful creatures bittrrblue monsters. There are monsters of every kind. Monster kittens, monster bugs, and the most fierce and dangerous of all, monster raptors.

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The monsters are covered in fur and feathers of the most vibrant and iridescent colors. Their beauty traps humans, allowing the monsters to control their minds. Monsters can influence humans – make them stand still and allow themselves to be killed, alter their thoughts and decisions, or compel them to do something against their will. Fire is the last human cashorw in the Dell and people are afraid of her and tend to stay out of her way or try to kill her. Fire is aware of the danger monsters pose to the people around her and takes care to remain respectful of their privacy and free will.


The only time she attempts to claim a person’s mind is in self-defense. Her life is a comfortable rhythm of hunting and spending time with her best friend, Archer. Fire has spent seventeen years within the safety of her own grounds and surrounded by people she can trust, so when the Prince from King’s City comes to ask for her help in getting information out of captured spies, she can’t help but say yes.

Fire has wanted to see King’s City for a long time. Fire’s abilities and conscience are pushed to the limit once she joins the fight to bityerblue the crown. FIRE is a beautiful story. I listened to the audiobook that Xanthe Elbrick narrates. Xanthe’s voice made Fire come alive and I was almost sad when the story was over.

Jristin you like fantasy, you definitely need to read FIRE. I fell in love with Graceling a couple years ago when I first started reading YA. I stumbled upon it looking for something with fierce action and bad ass characters.

Graceling (Graceling Realm, #1) by Kristin Cashore

I’m not a huge fan of companion novels, for some reason I just have trouble reading them because I miss the original characters set in the same world.

With a stunningly gifted mind reading main character, that can captivate and stupidfy men with just one look, FIRE was a breath of fresh air that did not disappoint! The main character Fire had a complexity about her that was intriguing and different then my normal characters. I enjoyed her beauty and womanly power to entrance men and control their minds. But with only a limited power to work with, Fire had to use strategy and endurance to complete her missions.

But consumed with guilt over her wicked fathers misuse of his mind reading powers, Fire dwelled on the pain and suffering he inflicted on people.

She was a strong character, and was blessed to have genuine people who cared about her regardless of the monster inside! She was also handy with a bow, and could hold her own in a fight!

The world-building was fantastic! The Dells is in a different world then Graceling though. The way it’s explained kristi the book is that if you were in the Graceling kingdoms, and fell off a cliff, then you would land yourself in the Dells kingdom. The two realms don’t even know the other exist. So that’s why it was confusing when I said it was in cxshore same world, yet it’s wasn’t. But the dells have no gracelings with two different eyes and special powers. But they do have colorful monsters, including the last remaining human-monster Fire.

The monsters range from humans monsters, to huge hungry monsters, to little monster bugs. They have mind powers too. I thought that was a different and interesting concept. Plus you add in civil war and tons of political intrigue, with a slow burning romance that’s sweet and gentle, with a underlying plot that could tips that tides of war, and your have a pretty amazing book! One issue I had trouble with was the slow pacing and lack of a smooth flowing plot.

The book was fabulous, but the pace of the novel was sometime distressing and hard-enduring. Their wasn’t enough action for my taste, and the plot dragged with the slow pace and lack of action. Their was some adventure, but not much of that either, which was another let down.


I guess you could say my love for FIRE mainly came from the political intrigue, war thriving, paranormal, and mind-controlling aspects of the novel. Which was enough to btiterblue me over, but not entirely! In a remote part of the forest, Fire lives secluded from the rest of the world. She hopes by shielding everyone from her vicious power, that she will be keeping them safe from her mind-control that tends to invade and conquer minds. The same bittdrblue power that her evil father wielded and ruined many innocent lives in the process.

But Fire refuses to succumb to her fathers evil ways, and is determined not to become the monster he was. But when civil war threatens the royal family, and all she holds dear, Fire must make a decision that will change not only the kingdom, but herself, and all the promises she’s kept threaten to become unraveled Seeking answers to recent attacks on their home, Fire and her best friend and “sometime lover” Lord Archer travel to King City, and find that the kingdom is in more turmoil then they once thought.

With little hope of winning this war, the royal family seeks Fire’s help with besting their two rival enemies before all is lost. But if Fire is to help win this war, she must first sacrifice her morals and become the true monster she’s always been terrified of becoming FIRE had some flaws but not enough to defer my love for these characters and book. I’m saddened that these characters are done playing they’re part in this series, and we won’t see them anymore.

But hey, it was fun while it lasted. If it’s anything like book one or two, then I know it’s going to be pretty epic too! Overall, I had my ups and downs with FIRE, but ultimately enjoyed most of it, and thought it tied nicely into this series with one of the same delicious villains from book one. Even with it’s flaws, I was able to push past them and enjoy this book and all the fun political intrigue and devious plotting.

So if you enjoy a good fantasy novel with a paranormal twist, and a slow burning romance, then definitely give this series a shot! Fire is one of my favorite books and I regularly reread it a few times per year.

Special powers and fantasy setting aside, Fire is a character I understand to my core and faces many human struggles despite being a “monster. Even though she faces some of the worst things imaginable, the way she handles that pain is something that reassures me and makes me feel like anything can be overcome.

Those who read Graceling may or may not like this installment since it is more of a companion book than a prequel – there is not much in common between the two aside from a single character. People talk about books changing their lives. Fire is that book for me. I’d never read a character who felt so much of what I felt special powers aside and wanted kdistin the world what I wanted.