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She asks, somewhere towards the middle, “What is the point of a woman monster? I think that she wasn’t really in love with him to begin dashore. Please, all ye who read this rant and disagree with me, don’t think of me as being accusatory; it’s just that, plowing my way through the book, that was one of the thoughts which ammounted to my overall disbelief. She’s in an ethical tangle over entering the minds of others, but she has to do it to survive, or people would tear her to pieces.

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This is one of the most accurate depictions of rape culture I’ve ever seen in fiction. View all 21 comments. There was too much sleeping around, too much desire to sleep around, and inability to stop oneself from sleeping around. And the very worst of all of this is these things have nothing to do with the storyline. Many people can attest to this. Nevertheless, this book played an evil trick on my very fragile emotions. View all 3 comments.

She played with me. It makes me think that before we are born, we are floating in the sky as some kind of disembodied essence, and we choose our bodies through a series of escalating dares. I was scared to read this, maybe even more so than when I started Graceling.

Then Prince Brigan comes to bring her to King City, The royal family needs her help to uncover the plot against the king. The number of pages is not important but sure is a lot more than usual books I read.


Then there’s this one other thing that might turn some readers off with this concept: But, at the same time, I have this instinctual sense that I am lucky to have a body at all, and that I should take care of it, and I get the feeling that most people have at least a sliver of that same instinct.

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This isn’t even YA, it’s adult high fantasy, but these days publishers market everything as YA, and so it’s sold Granted, I went into this book annoyed with Cashore’s anti-marriage, pro-casual-sex message in Graceling, but the book never got interesting enough to overcome those messages. Fire is one of those monsters but she’s far more She made a bad monster, and a worst human. College is hard, man, and the Berkshires are cloudy.

I know I’ve complained about them a lot and if you followed my updates, so do you: There are so many fantastic one-liners and the dialogue is just flre. Not that crying is a bad thing, but she cries for absolutely no purpose. Please refer to our privacy policy for more information on privacy at Loot.

I still think there is an improvement in Cashore’s writing in terms of world-building. 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.

I meditate, and when I do, Prince Harry appears in my subconscious and meditates with me.

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Where have I read that before? Also, in this book, there was a war setting. In one page, there was usually 1 small very small dialogue and the rest were descriptions. Fire is lnline the position of holding off one brother who is driven to possessive passion by her monster looks, while another brother distrusts her and she cannot tell what the third thinks of her at all.

Once again, we have a young girl who is lonely. Anyway, I found this beautiful. Fire shows a lot of strength and krishin power byy the book, and her love interest was endlessly charming, considerate, and understanding — I loved them both so much. See all books by Kristin Cashore. And who can tell when the lines have become blurred?


Fire (Graceling Realm, #2) by Kristin Cashore

There are a lot of things about this book that bothered me. When Fire is attacked by a mindless poacher, Fire travels to Queen Roen in search of answers and aid, but a fateful meeting puts her in the direct path of the very two people she has tried her best to avoid, Nash and Brigan. I think I was pretty generous to give Fire 3.

I was hyped for the day I would actually get my hands on it and presumably storm through the whole thing in six hours, as I had done with Graceling. The world Fire inhabits is geographically close to Katsa’s, their feisty feminist attitudes are very much aligned and so are their positions in society.

Despite the ages of the main characters in both books, they aren’t really teens. Upon finishing Graceling I immediately begun this with less than an hour’s break in between and was initially cashhore. Really, I was so desperate to see her take control for once and ride kristkn to meet the looming army with a battle frie in hand, acshore dawn glinting on her silver helm.

She was annoying and weak.

I hate war settings. Other books in the series. Entertaining enough I guess, and probably one of the only reasons I kept reading after pages, but not the tone I wanted after so much immediate action in Graceling.

For me, it did. I liked when she got all angry and on defense but she mostly was calm and one-dimensional, as many other characters.

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