[PDF] ✅ Fire Author Kristin Cashore – Dolove.info

Fire Fire Is One Of The Most Dangerous Monsters Of All A Human One Marked Out By Her Vivid Red Hair, She S Than Attractive But With This Extraordinary Beauty Comes Influence And Power Aware Of Her Power, Fire Lives In A Corner Of The World Away From People But Now The Day Has Come When She Is Needed By Her King

10 thoughts on “Fire

  1. says:

    My head hurts from crying but other than that, so very good Loved this book

  2. says:

    She made a bad monster, and a worst human Fire s world is full of monsters They are similar to regular animals only beautiful and dangerous than any other creature Their pelts are mesmerizing rich hues of midnight blues or forest greens or sunset oranges That combined with their nearly psychic powers allow for monsters entrance lure their prey to their untime

  3. says:

    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 Okay, I didn t finish it, but if 222 pages into it, I m bored and nearly shaking with rage at Cashore for using a YA story as a thinly veiled piece of propaganda, I doubt the end of the book will redeem its

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  5. says:

    Unlike Graceling, Fire doesn t get better upon rereading The core of my issues with it remains the same, specifically Cashore s nontraditional approach to marriage and women s empowerment I ll elaborate on it later But besides that, this time this book is just boring I think I was pretty generous to give Fire 3.5 stars 2 years ago I now feel it deserves at least 1 star less Too much navel gazing, t

  6. says:

    Well, this was a pleasant surprise I really enjoyed Graceling back in the day, but it had been a few years since I read that so I wasn t sure what to expect I was BLOWN AWAY I fell in love with the world with the monsters and politics, the characters, the romance all of the relationships Fire has develops in this book, actually.Fantastic Itching for a re read already.

  7. says:

    Fire is a monster Monsters in her homeland are creatures of brilliant colors, each with abilities, that feed on humans and animals there are even monster insects and each other 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 di

  8. says:

    There is this big jerk of a kid that is an animal or monster torturer in the beginning of the book Luckily, he s only in a little bit of the book toward the end I wanted to be a giant to step on his sorry arse Moving on I have mixed feelings about this book so I m just going to go with I liked it but didn t love it And there is nothing wrong with that Let me put up my spoilers sign before I forget Sigh So, I was thinking Arch

  9. says:

    Disappointing.Having read and loved Graceling, I was greatly anticipating Fire and was unfortunately very let down Fire never gripped me, I never came to care about her, or even like her much.There are a lot of things about this book that bothered me The character of Archer, the friend with benefits, seems out of place in a YA novel There was an awful lot of casual sex and making babies and confused parentage.And, seriously, she has to w

  10. says:

    fortunately, jenn awwww yeeaahhhh is literally half my size go on look at my shoulders i am like a mighty moose to her delicate deer there is no way she can make good on that threat.so i am just going to say it i liked this book less than i liked graceling.bring it, tiny creature.and from a critical standpoint, there is nothing wrong with this book it has a fine story arc, good character development, a good array of both descriptive and act

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