- Capa comum: 208 páginas
- Editora: HarperTeen; Edição: Reprint (5 de janeiro de 2016)
- Idioma: Inglês
- ISBN-10: 0062435345
- ISBN-13: 978-0062435347
- Dimensões do produto: 13,5 x 1,2 x 20,3 cm
- Peso de envio: 159 g
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Two women on either side of the Silver and Red divide tell the stories no one else knows.
Discover the truth of Norta’s bloody past in these two revealing prequels to #1 New York Times bestseller Red Queen.
Queen Coriane, first wife of King Tiberias, keeps a secret diary—how else can she ensure that no one at the palace will use her thoughts against her? Coriane recounts her heady courtship with the crown prince, the birth of a new prince, Cal, and the potentially deadly challenges that lie ahead for her in royal life.
Captain Farley was raised to be strong, but being tasked with planting the seeds of rebellion in Norta is a tougher job than expected. As she travels the land recruiting black market traders, smugglers, and extremists for her first attempt at an attack on the capital, she stumbles upon a connection that may prove to be the key to the entire operation—Mare Barrow.
Plus a GLASS SWORD sneak peek!
An exclusive excerpt of the hotly anticipated second book in the Red Queen series, Glass Sword, transports readers to the world of Silver tyranny, a Red dawn rising, and one girl’s resolve to break down the system that will hold her back no longer.
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Victoria Aveyard was born and raised in East Longmeadow, Massachusetts, a small town known only for the worst traffic rotary in the continental United States. She moved to Los Angeles to earn a BFA in screenwriting at the University of Southern California. She currently splits her time between the East and West coasts. As an author and screenwriter, she uses her career as an excuse to read too many books and watch too many movies. You can visit her online at www.victoriaaveyard.com.
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(Slight spoiler) The Steel Scars section was about our favorite Scarlet Guard member, Captain Diana Farley, code name Lamb. It is also really good to see this side of the world too. You see a young girl who is given her first true task being a commander and gets to leave her father's side. It is her first time doing a solo mission and what that grows into becoming. It becomes the beginning of the whole revolution. Reading this after Glass Sword really helped me understand why she reacted the way she did at the end. Instead of knowing her skill level and prior circumstances. In Red Queen and Glass Sword, you always get the impression she is this amazing spy who has been doing this cloak and dagger for a long time. I loved reading it in this order.
The first is the story about Coriane a silver with a poor family who would be happy to be a mechanic but captures the attention of the future King. Coriane has always kept her thoughts to herself when around the Royals because they can read her thoughts. When an unlikely friendship develops between her and the future Kings he didn’t expect to be chosen as his bride.
Next we have Farley who is one of the Scarlet Guard working for freedom and equality between the silvers and the Reds. Farley is a Red who’s worked to build up the Scarlet Guard putting everything in motion so that the rebellion will be able to rise against the silvers. We are given more of an insight into what she’s had to go through to get things to where they are. We are given an insight into the Scarlet guard as well as an insight into Farley’s past and what’s made her into who she is.
I really liked getting a chance to know Coriane since she’s not a character other than a name in Red Queen. I found her easy to connect with and wishing she wasn’t a late Queen because if she hadn’t died things very well may have been different. She was my favorite of the two her story is very Cinderella and I liked it but we all know how it ends. We also had a little glimpse of Elara the future Queen which I found interesting. I feel bad that I didn’t connect with Farley because I really wanted too. She’s had a rough life and is leading a rebellion that will change everything. I liked her but I just didn’t love her and maybe that’s because I didn’t really connect with her in Red Queen. Maybe that will change with the next one. Both short novellas are each unique and interesting in its own right. If anything I can’t wait to read Glass Sword even more.
I haven't read steel scars and don't plan to.