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Having read and loved Onljne, I was greatly anticipating Fire and was unfortunately very let down. Speaking of not-so-stellar writing, allow me to complain about Fire’s structure. Thus, we get to read continually in the book about her damn time of the month and how they had to kill extra raptor monsters to keep her safe.

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I wanted to be a giant to step on his sorry arse! View all 8 comments.

Call it fantasy for sure, but FIRE contains a lot of gender politics that could make for interesting discussions, even in the classroom. That kristi happens in our progressive times. I am in search of the perfect cat.

If monsters are objectively beautiful, it seems to me that gender doesn’t really play a role when it comes to their desirability.

Once filled with beauty and wealth, the Dells have fallen into ruin by the hands of her monster father, Cansrel and his human conduit, King Nax. Aaaaaaaand I bought the lovely Italian version of Fire! I was shocked at my own responsiveness.

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But that would make Fire look cruel to dump Archer when cashorw openly sleeping with every other girl in the country so we’re going to have to kill him off. To be honest, for the first few chapters I rolled my eyes every five minutes, because seriously, who gets away with writing about a heroine who is objectively the most beautiful woman in the world, one of a kind, loved and desired by everyone who meets her, blessed with fiery red hair and gifts for music and archery and horseback riding, and–to top it off–able to control the thoughts and feelings of those around her?


As fige does, she meets two thieves, who hold a key to the truth of Leck’s reign. I’m also incredibly peeved that while Fire is 17, every man she sleeps with is a good five years older than her – and they’re easily among the youngest of hy adult characters.

I’m not even explaining all of that, you can read the book. Jan 25, Pages Young Adult. And it’s boring and would have benefited from some tightening up. This is where Fire lives, a girl whose casohre is impossibly irresistible and who can control the minds of everyone around her.

This is one of the most accurate fie of rape culture I’ve ever seen in fiction. A lot of them.

This is where Fire lives. The love interest here was so plain and uninteresting.

One star seems harsh, truly, but goodreads describes that rating as, “Didn’t like it. She played with my emotions. But when he asks her if she wants to go home with him, she just wants to stay in her room awau from him As a result, Fire is full to the brim with illegitimate children literally, almost everyone in the book is a bastard or a result of a rape and excessive amount of casual, adulterous and forced sex.

Yeah, that seems more predictable. It’s not super relevant to the story, especially not the first half of it, but it connects Fire to Graceling. 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 tire overcome those messages. Its ability to cashorf me so strongly is one of the things I like best about it, though.

Me likey the ambiguity. I was hoping there was going to be a big ole wedding but there wasn’t unless I missed it while stomping on people and drop-kicking people of roofs. When Queen Bitterblue took the throne of Monsea, she was a child, and her advisers ran the kngdom for her. The main protagonists are so strong and multi-layered, I loved learning about their life and watching them overcome difficult points of their life.


These feelings soon dissipated, however, as I obline that this new cast was just as lovable. In one page, there was usually 1 small very small dialogue and the rest were descriptions. Not that crying is a bad thing, but she cries for absolutely no purpose.

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And enjoy it they will, with its vivid characters, convincing fantasy elements, gripping adventure scenes, and memorable love story. I don’t know of a single, healthy relationship in the whole book, at least the part I got through. I have one note on sexuality though. Oct 05, Minutes Young Adult Buy. It would be different if I was a man This didn’t bother me so much in Graceling when I first read it, but it’s so painful in Fire.

View all 21 comments. I’m not going to deny that Fire has tedious and boring moments and reads like Graceling Realms: She gets into an altercation with him He’s a boy at the time and he falls into a mountain and we don’t see him again.

Second, love is stupid. Against all reason I loved my father. Fire was an extraordinarily heroine that I found very relatable in spite of her monster nature. Incidentally, yes, Cashore, Fire’s great secret I figured out ten chapters before you finally gave it away.

Both books feature fairly obnoxious female main characters who a possess some sort of strange supernatural gift that they really don’t want and that stigmatizes them from the rest of society, b are completely absorbed in thier own problems, c have refused to marry, and d have an incredibly convenient connection to the local royal family that they aren’t particularly proud of.

I thought it would be one of those books that play with your mind but it was basically just the introduction. The few parts about Leck’s past were the most interesting to me.