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I adore it when writers have so fully fleshed out their fantastical worlds that they are able to build a novel around an entire previously unseen section in an entirely new era!

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Fire is a mirror image of Graceling. And the mountains and forest are filled with spies and thieves. Cashore is wonderful at world-building and shows off her talents to best advantage in this follow-up which will be one of the most-requested books of They have a tremendous attraction for human beings, one of extreme passion which leads to murder, clutching, or attack, depending on the human, which is why Fire has led much of her life isolated in the house of her hated monster father, who died several years ago.

Fire brings him in, but he escapes, and is murdered in turn. Plus the Catalan version of Graceling. Because duh, ohline Leck redeeming himelf, because of Fire, seem exciting? View all 18 comments. Is it even possible to love all the characters in a book. I hate war settings. Am I getting boring? I’m also incredibly peeved that while Fire is 17, kkristin man she sleeps with is a good five years older than her – and they’re easily among the youngest of the adult characters. But besides that, this time this book is just boring.


Each character is a delicious shade of gray, possessing both light and dark tendencies; much like we do in life and Cashore does a remarkable job of creating a realistic royal family in a fantastical setting. But I can’t help but be disappointed in how all women are portrayed on,ine Fire. The book is a total soap opera. I definitely struggled with these chapters.

And there were a number of problems, described below in no particular order. More by Kristin Cashore.

I feel as if I’ve come home. She has no pride, she allows herself to be waited on by a team of armored bodyguards, and cannot survive alone – such a pity, because that was what made Katsa so admirable.

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THAT made him interesting – to her. And the very worst of all of this is these things have nothing to do with the storyline.

Fire’s horrifying monster beauty and her horrifying X-Woman skill of mind control, and the shame she felt over those parts of herself were interesting. And this seemed to be a running theme of the book. So, here’s the short tale of me: There’s this moment where Fire can’t get from the stables to her room without being attacked multiple times by men who want to kiss, threaten, hurt or kill her, and often even all these things together.

Does this book have any romance?

When a mysteriously empty-headed archer attempts an assassinationFire soon finds herself en route to the king in the company of a very distrustful prince and his guard. There were some tentative plot twists which I found just so predictable. I’ll be hard-pressed to find even one healthy, committed relationship between a man and a woman in this book, a relationship where participants are equal partners in all decisions, including those concerning procreation.


Fire, while somewhat interesting if you like soap operas, see below just agrivated me.

I’m not sure exactly what my expectations were for kristij one anymore, but this book definitely didn’t meet them. It’s your reward for making it to the end of this monstrous review. Normally, I’m a bit bitter when book two contains no principle characters of book one but I am definitely making an exception in this case.

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It is not a peaceful time in the Dells. But moral lessons aside, I was extremely irritated – make it vexed, by some point – about some of the technicalities.

One night Prince Siegfried goes hunting with his buddies, sees the swans, falls for the Most Beautiful Swan, and professes his undying love.

I didn’t know what the plot was for most of the book, but fortunately I adore Cashore’s world and characters. I can applaud this on so many levels. I think it says something about the power of the book, as a whole, and the beauty of the writing that I can still give it four stars after stating that. Take away the ability to kill ten men with a toothpick in under thirty seconds, and you have Fire.