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The Grace of Kings - Ken Liu
The Grace of Kings
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9781481424271 (1481424270)
ASIN: 1481424270
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 640
Edition language: English
Category:
Fantasy
Series: The Dandelion Dynasty (#1)
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Musings/Träumereien/Devaneios
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4.0 Intertextual SF: "The Grace of Kings" by Ken Liu
Lord Garu, you compare yourself to a weed?” Cogo Yelu frowned. “Not just any weed, Cogzy. A dandelion is a strong but misunderstood flower.” Remembering his courtship with Jia, Kuni felt his eyes grow warm. “It cannot be defeated: Just when a gardener thinks he has won and eradicated it from his law...
Summer Reading Project, BookLikes Satellite
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3.0 The Grace of Kings, by Ken Liu
Power, like nature, abhors a vacuum. If you didn’t already know this, you will after reading The Grace of Kings by Ken Liu. This fantasy novel begins with the death of an emperor who had hoped to completely transform his world through the next several years of near constant warfare as various warlor...
Nothing better than a good book...
Nothing better than a good book... rated it
3.5 The Grace of Kings
Author: Ken Liu Rating: 3.5 stars Good story, but didn't wow me the way I wanted it to. Extra half star because Mata's sword is named "The Ender of Doubts". And that is an awesome sword name. I liked how that name is cleverly used in the book. Kirkus reviews calls this silkpunk, but upon close...
Grac's Never-ending TBR Pile of Doom
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4.0 The Grace of Kings - Ken Liu
I was lucky enough to pick up The Grace of Kings when it was on sale as an ebook, since it had been on my list of things I wanted to read ever since I first heard about it - this is one of those books which is quite intimidating in paper format, so sometimes the ebook is the best way to approach tho...
spocksbro
spocksbro rated it
0.5 Lifeless and boring; grating writing style
I gave this book a little more than one hundred pages to capture me but it never did. The writing is hopelessly clumsy and the dialogues inane. The author's prose has the unfortunate effect of making the characters lifeless and uninteresting. I have little sense of the milieux that produce Kuni Garu...
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