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Die Königliche (Die sieben Königreiche, #3) - Kristin Cashore, Ian Schoenherr, Katharina Diestelmeier
Die Königliche (Die sieben Königreiche, #3)
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9783551582683 (3551582688)
ASIN: 3551582688
Publisher: Carlsen
Pages no: 567
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Graceling Realm (#3)
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Shelfleigh
Shelfleigh rated it
2.0 Bitterblue
A young queen deals with the ramifications of her tyrannous father...or as my husband likes to say, the book about a kingdom suffering from PTSD. I walked into this book prepared to love it. One of my all time favorite books is Fire, and Graceling is just marvelous too. However, I left this book fee...
MissKatiEllen
MissKatiEllen rated it
4.0 .Bitterblue Book Review.
The final part to the Graceling Realm Trilogy, or Seven Kingdoms Trilogy. We kick off six years on after the events of Graceling, this is a much slower read but is obviously building towards the many mysterious of the Kingdom. It's hard not to feel sorry for Bitterblue, at a young age she has a lot...
Molly's Book Reviews
Molly's Book Reviews rated it
3.0 Book Review: Graceling, Fire & Bitterblue By Kristin Cashore
I didn’t realize that the three books in this trilogy would be so independent, so I had to write a description and review for each one. Sorry that it’s so long. Feel free to skip to the end where I summarize the strengths and weaknesses of this series. GRACELING Certain people have mismatched ey...
Afterwords
Afterwords rated it
3.5 Review: Bitterblue by Kristin Cashore
**To read the full review click the title!** Bitterblue is the long awaited sequel to Graceling and Fire. It starts off eight years after the end of Graceling, and centers around the ruined country of Monsea. It has political intrigue, cruelty, action, romance, drama and a quizzical heroine set up...
thebookbee
thebookbee rated it
2.0 Bitterblue (Graceling)
Why was she crying so much? The plot never seemed resolved to me. Bitterblue searches for answers fervently yet so easily she gives up at the end. I wanted answers too. There was a great opportunity for Cashore and in the end she decided to put in some vague filler. I'm not impressed. I felt as thou...
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