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The Gracekeepers: A Novel - Kirsty Logan
The Gracekeepers: A Novel
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780553446616 (0553446614)
ASIN: 0553446614
Publisher: Crown
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
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The English Student
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3.0 The Gracekeepers - Kirsty Logan
The Gracekeepers is set in a flooded world divided into landlockers and damplings. The landlockers cling to what little land is left, controlling the food supplies which give them their power and their privilege; the damplings sail the seas endlessly, trading whatever they can find, whatever service...
Susana "Lost in Fantasy Land"
Susana "Lost in Fantasy Land" rated it
2.0
I don't think I've ever read such a mess of a story. And I've read some convoluted messes. So why does the Gracekeepers gets the first place in "Most Convoluted Story" award? Well... imagine a vaguely distopyan setting in which the Planet has suffered the full consequences of global warming: The l...
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Read All The Things! Reviews rated it
3.0 The Gracekeepers
I was looking for a dystopian novel that is a little different from the norm. I definitely found one. In a world that is controlled by a corrupt military and almost entirely covered by ocean, Callanish and North are hiding secrets. Callanish’s secret got her banished to a “graceyard,” a shore-side...
I Live in Many Worlds
I Live in Many Worlds rated it
4.0 The Gracekeepers by Kirsty Logan
Ever since I've learned about Kirsty Logan, I've been interested in reading her work. Especially The Gracekeepers. It's about a traveling circus in a world covered mostly in water with very little land left, two girls with a possible romance in the works, and a bear. That premise was enough to make ...
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4.0 The Gracekeepers by Kristy Logan
A story in a dystopian world where people live either on the land or at sea. People from these two separate worlds don't mix or mingle- Landlockers fancy themselves supirior to the Dampling filth, and Damplings see Landlockers as snotty folk with strange tradition and a even stranger liking of the l...
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