Graceling: O Dom de Katsa

Graceling O Dom de Katsa No universo dos Sete Reinos Katsa uma Graceling um ser raro com um dom extraordin rio desde os oito anos que capaz de matar sem recurso a qualquer arma O rei de Middluns tio de Katsa for a a sobrin
  • Title: Graceling: O Dom de Katsa
  • Author: Kristin Cashore Teresa Filipe Carvalhal
  • ISBN: 9789896720216
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Paperback
  • No universo dos Sete Reinos Katsa uma Graceling, um ser raro com um dom extraordin rio desde os oito anos que capaz de matar sem recurso a qualquer arma O rei de Middluns, tio de Katsa, for a a sobrinha rf a usar o dom ao seu servi o, encarregando a de matar todos os que lhe criem obst culos Temida pela corte e rejeitada pelos jovens da sua idade, Katsa sente queNo universo dos Sete Reinos Katsa uma Graceling, um ser raro com um dom extraordin rio desde os oito anos que capaz de matar sem recurso a qualquer arma O rei de Middluns, tio de Katsa, for a a sobrinha rf a usar o dom ao seu servi o, encarregando a de matar todos os que lhe criem obst culos Temida pela corte e rejeitada pelos jovens da sua idade, Katsa sente que o seu dom obscuro lhe ensombra a vida Quando o pai do rei de Lien dia raptado, Katsa n o resiste a investigar o mist rio de quem quereria matar o velho homem.
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    1. So, here s the short tale of me I grew up in the countryside of northeastern Pennsylvania in a village with cows and barns and beautiful views from the top of the hill and all that good stuff I lived in a rickety old house with my parents, three sisters, and a scattering of cats, and I READ READ READ READ READ I read while brushing my teeth, I read while chopping parsley, the first thing I reached for when I woke up in the morning was my book the only two places I didn t read were in the car and in bed What did I do then The one thing I liked even than reading I daydreamed.And so, without knowing it, I was planting the seeds Reading and daydreaming perfect preparation for writing.At 18 I went off to college thank you, Williams College, for the financial aid that made this possible and it almost killed me College is hard, man, and the Berkshires are cloudy A phenomenal year studying abroad in sunny Sydney revived me After college I developed a compulsive moving problem New York City, Boston, Cambridge, Austin, Pennsylvania, Italy, and even a short stint in London, where my showerhead hung from the cutest little stand that was exactly like the cradle of an old fashioned telephone The best phone calls are the pretend phone calls made from your telephone tub.During my stint in Boston, I got an M.A at the Center for the Study of Children s Literature at Simmons College Thank you, Simmons, for the scholarship that made this possible Grad school almost killed me, but I felt a lot alive than when I was almost being killed in college The Simmons program is stupendous It got me thinking and breathing YA books It got me writing.Am I getting boring Since Simmons, I haven t stopped writing, not once I ve developed a compulsive writing problem that makes my moving problem look like a charming personality quirk I can t stop But it s okay, because I don t want to stop I ve been writing full time well, than full time, really for about 4 years now, first doing educational writing for the K 6 market and now working on my novels It s a dream job, which is another way of saying that when I shop for work clothes, I go straight to the pajamas section.Should I say a little bit about what I m like I m fiercely independent I am sometimes a hermit, but never for very long I am in search of the perfect cat I m a recovering Catholic I meditate, and when I do, Prince Harry appears in my subconscious and meditates with me It s a little strange but I don t think there s anything I can do about it Sometimes he s not the only one the other day it was me, Prince Harry, the Dalai Lama, Mr Rogers, Coco the gorilla, and George Clooney We were all floating above the earth looking down at the continents as they passed George Clooney suggested I visit Providence, Rhode Island The Dalai Lama sighed deeply and said he d really like to visit Tibet.Poor Dalai Lama.I recently moved from Jacksonville, Florida, to Cambridge, Massachusetts, trading the St Johns River for the Charles River and pelicans for geese As a native northerner, it s nice to be back in the land of four seasons I feel as if I ve come home o And that s my story.

    2. I wanted so badly to like this book It has so much going for it It is original and inventive I never once caught myself thinking, Now, where did I read that before Oh, right, in the last three books The idea of the graced, their skills and their mismatched eyes of the seven kingdoms of the characters themselves All of them were uniquely Cashore s own Her prose was clear and lucid, though there were passages that dragged and made me want to skip ahead So, pacing was occasionally a problem, but no [...]

    3. Graceling by Kristin Cashore follows in a burgeoning market for strong female characters.Katsa is much like Katniss from The Hunger Games in her naive perception of the world, her coldness and tendency towards pragmatic practicality She is similar to Xhex from the Black Dagger Brotherhood in her disgust of all things feminine The story is well written, with engaging, fun characters Katsa is fun to read about The plot may be a little predictable at times but it did throw me a curve ball toward th [...]

    4. Graceling has a beautiful cover, great premise, and lots of hype, and would be a terrific novel if it weren t for the terrible writing and atrocious main character What is with the awkward sentence structures and prose in this book In these dungeons the darkess was complete, but Katsa had a map in her mind It should be In these dungeons, the darkness was complete, but Katsa had a map in her mind And look at the next sentence One that had so far proven to be correct, as Oll s maps tended to do Wh [...]

    5. First thing I need to point out is that I consider myself a feminist, even as far as to take an active role is such matters Previously, I have written articles on Feministing and I honestly think so many of these issues are still very important in today s world However you look at it, the battle for equality has not been won and has, in fact, become rather dormant.On that note, I love reading fiction by feminist writers, Atwood never fails to deliver and The Handmaid s Tale is one of my favourit [...]

    6. it is so hard to write reviews for books i actually like no, love.talking about this book is like trying to describe to someone a relationship from long ago that was bittersweet and is now over, but i have never had a relationship that involved so many horses and swordplay, not even metaphorically and fewer people care about my love life than about this book i see you ariel you are glowering at me with tiny slitted eyes but this book is like a wonderfully sweet relationship at the beginning, you [...]

    7. Updated 04 01 14 I happen to like books which feature kick ass feminist heroines and are light on the romance so I should like this book, right Yeah, but I don t First of all, Katsa acts like a petulant little girl throughout the entire book, not some strong feminist poster woman Katsa shows very little, if any, personal growth over the course of this novel Also, I felt like the author spent too much time trying to sell us on the following ideas femininity is an idea forced upon women by the pat [...]

    8. What I think about when I hear the namePo Po the Panda Po from Telletubbies A crazy guy like Edgar Allen Poe PooKatsa Ketchup Mutant KatnissRor Roar I m a T Rex Tealiff Tea LeafSkye Skype A modern name, which you will NOT find in a medieval place.King Randa Ranting Panda King Ranting Panda Drowden Drowsy DrowningThigpen Pig pen Thinking penLeck Lick Peck Neck Smack Some other variationLienid An insult Hey, you Lienid By the way, Po s real name is Greening Grandemalion Great, at least its not Yel [...]

    9. Okay, so this was a re read on audio and I thought it was really cool with the multiple narrators and music and stuff But sometimes one of the voices rubbed me the wrong way and the music went from fantasy to what sounded like western music Lol Maybe it was just me I still loved the book though I am in love with Katsa She is an awesome inspiration for women warriors in a book She kicks arse and takes names I love the fact that she doesn t care anything about marriage or having kids She s like my [...]

    10. Update 1 24 2012 I probably should already stop being surprised by the fact that every time I reread a book, I come up with something new to say or feel about it Looks like my previous reading of Graceling caused a lengthy rant Yeah, no such strong feelings this time This time, I was able to appreciate the writing It s lovely I really love how it flows, how the sentences connect This book stands the test of time And it s great that it stirs so much discussion and, often, outrage But, but, but O [...]

    11. 4 StarsOverview When a monster stopped behaving like a monster, did it stop being a monster Did it become something else I honestly didn t know anything about this, but I d seen it around and finally it was recommended enough I was really surprised by the depth of this story and the characters The story revolves around Katsa, who lives in a world where people can be born with a Grace Meaning, aside from two different eye colors, they have an exceptional skill Katsa s grace is killing, for which [...]

    12. Loved it Except for the raging feminist agendaTE Since these two brief, flippant sentences have gotten so many trolls over the years, I ll just add that I support the book s feminist ideals 100% What I do not like is the way we re hammered over the head with the message The raging part, if you will It s inelegant, tiresome soapboxing that managed to annoy someone who actually agrees with the principles, so I don t know how it s going to persuade anyone who does not Katsa s views also express the [...]

    13. 2.5 stars Soooo I thought this was some kind of Hunger Games type dystopian story about a girl who could kill with her touch for some reason and put off reading it because I wasn t huge on Shatter Me BUT then this turned out to be full of castles and princes and everything I love so that was a fun surprise I m extremely neutral about this book, though There were a few elements I liked mostly the castles and princes , but the worldbuilding was weak and the writing itself was really dull I didn t [...]

    14. This is a review of an advance copy While Cashore shows herself to be a promising writer in many respects, this book could have used a better editing job, especially with the pacing, the climax and the d nouement Other points 1 The dialogue she put in the ten year old princess s mouth was not believable in the slightest maybe Cashore should spend some time around pre adolescent girls to get an idea of what they really talk like.2 The psychology of several of the characters including Katsa, the p [...]

    15. Gah sooo good Okay, I read some of the other reviews and now I feel the need to defend this book Basically, I think it s completely hilarious how many people are shocked and appalled that 1 there is sex in this book, and 2 the heroine does not desire to get married or have children Guess what Young adults do have sex And the idea that it s not love if you don t want to marry them, or that you shouldn t have sex until you re married is why all the poor children in your congregation are marrying t [...]

    16. 2.5 stars This started off really well and I was actually enjoying it, but around page 230 I started to drift away from the plot and view spoiler Po s sudden love confession for Katsa hide spoiler really annoyed me because I did not like their romantic relationship The plot started to bore me and I suddenly disliked Katsa s character after page 230 or somewhere around that I love love LOVED Katsa s character in the beginning She s graced with the power to fight and kill unlike any human She s a [...]

    17. This was pretty much one of the most irritating books of all time and consistent with my idea of YA fantasy But I fought my way through it because, goshdarnit, I picked it up at the library, dragged it home with a load of other books and groceries, and renewed it the max number of times I was gonna finish it.You know the kickbutt heroine who is just totally kickbutt and doesn t need no one, no way, no how, and yet loves and feels and hurts deeply and yet keeps everyone away because she is baaaaa [...]

    18. WrensReads Review If you know anything about me, you ll know that Shannon Hale and Gail Carson Levine are two authors that have dreamed up books that made a handprint on my childhood They are lively and they are uplifting and they shine girls in a light that the media and history turn a blind eye to.Well, now I am going to add Kristin Cash to that list.She writes exactly like those two ladies mentioned about, but for a slightly older age group She grasps the fairytale feel by the hand and wrote [...]

    19. Wow I loved this The world is interesting and well built, the writing is excellent, the story is good, and the characters are strong I loved Katsa and Po, Raffin and Bitterblue I loved how Katsa and Po s relationship developed slowly and in a realistic way No insta love A great, layered heroine A new kind of fantasy world that I want to learn about The first 1 4 I wasn t so sure, but then I got totally into it, and I totally loved it This is how you do YA fantasy romance It s not the main plot, [...]

    20. Let s get this done My dinner is getting cold, and I have dreams to crush Ready Andiamo BOOM 1 KatsaWhile I love the author s intent for empowerment with Katsa, she was a bit too much of a special snowflake for me I will forever fist pump to her unstoppable strength as a warrior, a woman and a person, but at the end of the day she was highly unrealistic and too much of a caricature for me She s kind of a double edged sword in terms of her feminist appeal, too Instead of helping the women in the [...]

    21. My teenage daughter brought this home from the library and didn t get to it soon enough, so I swiped it from her and read it in one day It was a fun read for the most part and certainly kept my attention I found myself making excuses to my visiting relatives in the evening so I could hole up in my bedroom and finish this novel in peace in my defense, it was 11 30 pm and they d been talking my ears off for two hours That said, I have some qualms about recommending this book.A lot has been said ab [...]

    22. Review Update 9 9 11I am going to do something I don t do when it comes to reviewing rating books I have thought about this book a lot, and the fact that I really disagreed with the message about women, what empowers women, how they show that they are strong and independent women I am going to downgrade my rating because I felt like the message in this book was too blatant and leading It feels manipulative to me, and that s an issue I can t get past Ultimately an author has a choice of what kind [...]

    23. I really enjoyed the history and mainly the amazing kingdom that the writer has created.I know that many will believe it is something unfair my punctuation and I respect that because this series has a lot of fans, but I have not felt comfortable with the idea of putting because I liked but I haven t loved as I thought it would I m not going to wear a red dress, she said It would look stunning, My Lady, she called.She spoke to the bubbles gathered on the surface of the water If there s anyone I [...]

    24. Hm The hardest thing about this book is that it COULD HAVE BEEN SO GOOD I started out loving everything about it and ready to recommend it to everyone But then it started reading like a feminist anti marriage anti kids campaign platform okay that might be a little much, but you started to feel that the author had an agenda It was just really disappointing, because I loved the characters so much Oh well Also even though it s considered a YA novel, there is sex in it Pretty disappointing.

    25. Excerpt And now I m wondering, he said, how it is you don t realize your eyes ensnare me, just as mine do you I can t explain it, Katsa, but you shouldn t let it embarrass you For we re both overtaken by the same foolishness image error That s Katsa s eyes Kidding But that quite explain the eyes of a Graceling, just imagine it 10 times fantabuluos.A Graceling is a person with Graced Being Graced is like having an exceptional talent But it does not only refer to singing or dancing, it could be th [...]

    26. DNF.This book was not for me It has a very pretty cover and an interesting premise, but sadly, that is where my admiration for it ends I really hated this author s writing style The sentence structure and dialogue felt very juvenile to me at one point I checked to see if it was actually a children s book instead of YA The writing style bothered me the most when it came to scenes involving fighting The descriptions of the characters actions were very clumsily written, and I had a hard time pictur [...]

    27. Yay This was just what I wanted This was like a cone of shaved ice on a hot day by the pool listening to a mix of one hit wonders Yay I feel like I didn t realize it, but one of my goals for vacation was to stay up till three in the morning with a fun adventure, and this was just the thing 3 a.m read check There is such a deluge of young, energetic girl writers, writing women who struggle with their stoicism and strength and have supportive, emotional male counterparts, and I absolutely love it [...]

    28. This was a very pleasant read I love when a book has a strong female protagonist The characters had depth and all left an unforgettable impressions in both my mind and heart I ve already move unto book two Fire which I there say is reading even better.Actual Ratings 4.5

    29. I LOVED this book fast paced, strong heroine, engaging love interest, character delivered through action Loved Katsa s voice Can t wait for the sequel.

    30. Ambivalence the coexistence within an individual of positive and negative feelings toward the same person, object, or action, simultaneously drawing him or her in opposite directions Dictionary Thus ends my Gracelingreview.Kidding But it does sum it up nicely.On the one hand, I found it a fast, engaging read that was hard to put down As a favorite tale states, there is fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes, true love, miracles Alright, maybe not the giants or mon [...]

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