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The electrifying next installment in the Red Queen series escalates the struggle between the growing rebel army and the blood-segregated world they've always known—and pits Mare against the darkness that has grown in her soul.

Mare Barrow's blood is red—the color of common folk—but her Silver ability, the power to control lightning, has turned her into a weapon that the royal court tries to control. The crown calls her an impossibility, a fake, but as she makes her escape from Maven, the prince—the friend—who betrayed her, Mare uncovers something startling: she is not the only one of her kind.

Pursued by Maven, now a vindictive king, Mare sets out to find and recruit other Red-and-Silver fighters to join in the struggle against her oppressors. But Mare finds herself on a deadly path, at risk of becoming exactly the kind of monster she is trying to defeat.Will she shatter under the weight of the lives that are the cost of rebellion? Or have treachery and betrayal hardened her forever?

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If there's one thing Mare Barrow knows, it's that she's different.

Mare's blood is red - the color of common folk - but her Silver ability, the power to control lightning, has turned her into a weapon that the royal court tries to control.

The crown calls her an impossibility, a fake, but as she makes her escape from the prince and friend who betrayed her, Mare uncovers something startling: she is not the only one of her kind.

Pursued by the Silver king, Mare sets out to find and recruit other Red-and-Silver fighters to join in the struggle against her oppressors.

But Mare finds herself on a deadly path, at risk of becoming exactly the kind of monster she is trying to defeat. Will she shatter under the weight of the lives that are the cost of rebellion? Or have treachery and betrayal hardened her forever?

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  • Número de páginas: 464 páginas
  • Editora: HarperTeen (9 de fevereiro de 2016)
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2.0 de 5 estrelas Wow. I am so glad that's over. 26 de abril de 2016
Por Kait - Publicada na Amazon.com
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Okay. So:

Red Queen was good ! I really liked the whole idea of the divide between silver and red bloods and finished the book rather quickly, to be brief.

Now, I was so excited for Glass Sword. Like, I got it the day it was released. So I really gave it a chance, I did. But boy, by page 40, I could not stand this book. Not just the book, but MARE.

Let me break this down into what made this book a disappointing disaster for me.


I'm going to call her nightMare because that's exactly what she was throughout the entire book. What on Earth! I've never disliked a main character so much.

It started out by her calling herself the 'lighting girl' literally 20 times within the first two chapters. Yes, okay, we get it. You're the Lightning girl, woopdy doo. Not only was that incredibly annoying, but her ENTIRE inner dialogue was a pity party that NO ONE wanted to be invited to. On every single page she had to remind everyone of how "broken" and "alone" she was and boo hoo. 'Oh look at me I'm the Lightning girl and my heart is ice and my soul is black and I'm so alone I can't smile or laugh because that girl is dead and I must become this and that and I must harden my already hard heart and push people away and I can't trust anyone because ANYONE CAN BETRAY ANYONE' (yes, we KNOW) and blah blah blah BLAH.
Literally all she did was whine!! I'm going to add some direct quotes from the book at the end but I'm just paraphrasing what her inner thoughts were like. We had to be told what nightMare was feeling after every single little thing instead of being SHOWN. Show, not tell. Hello?? NightMare was also incredibly disrespectful, heartless, and distant.
She didn't give two craps about her family and belittled Kilorn FOR NO REASON. Okay, so with her family, she left them at that camp place. The Tuck? I don't even remember and I literally just finished the book an hour ago. Anyways, then she gives NO THOUGHT to them AT ALL after that. In Red Queen she visibly cared about them! Even sneaking off with Cal to get to see them and now it's like she did a 180 360 2 million turn around and couldn't care less. ??!!!

I cannot understand her reasoning for using Kilorn as a punching bag and literally treating him like dirt. No, garbage. She called him useless to his face and belittled him constantly. When Kiliorn told her how he felt about her romantically (that scene kind of came out of nowhere and was messy in general btw) she didn't care at all! Instead of being KIND to him about it, she was basically like, "Oh no, never wanted this to happen. Too bad for you Kilorn. I'm going to draw on my inner Mareena now because I don't know how to deal with this on my own." Ugh. NightMare did not deserve a friend like Kilorn who constantly forgave her for her disgusting attitude towards him. She honestly treated him so badly it was horrid to read. If that's how she treats her friends, it's no wonder that she has none.

Another thing: nightMare acted as if she were the center of the world/universe/Galaxy. News flash: YOU ARE NOT. In addition to calling herself the lighting girl (UGH) every 2 sentences, she also reminds the readers that she's the most important, her ability the best and deadliest. Which, by the way, was not true. She was no better than Cal's Fire or any of the other newbloods. In any way, shape, or form. NightMare needed to humble herself and sit down. She acted as if everyone else paled in comparison to her. And since Victoria Aveyard didn't bother to give any of the other characters the time of day (getting to that soon), they really did pale in comparison to that whiny little girl.

NightMare also complained about being alone. How completely isolated she was and blah blah blah. But she made herself that way! She didn't want to get close to anyone and was rude to them all, acting like a cold high and mighty leader. She kept saying that everyone was afraid of her, or, of the "lightning girl" (UGHHH) but why?? She never did anything to them to warrant their fear and so the whole thing was unrealistic. It was just an excuse for Victoria to not have to write any civil interactions between nightMare and any other character. I don't really mind, all of nightMare's interactions were painful anyways.

I can't really say enough about how annoying nightMare was. She was the worst. Her inner dialogue didn't make me feel bad for her in the slightest. Because of her terrible character (such a contrast to who she was in Red Queen by the way!) I didn't care what happened to her. I've never cared less for a main character. Maven inwardly tortured nightMare? Oh well.
NightMare is sad and lonely? Oh well.
NightMare fell off a cliff? Oh well.
Don't. Care. She was the main thing that ruined this book for me.

2) The characters

Characters are supposed to come alive. Authors are supposed to breathe life into them, to make them leap off the page and into our hearts. Did Ms. (Mrs?) Aveyard do that? NOPE.
I knew something was missing, even from Red Queen and now I know it was the characters. It wasn't as noticeable in RQ but oh, was it noticeable here. They had no quirks. What kind of food do they like/dislike? What makes them tick? They had no goals that didn't revolve around nightMare and her little quest. All Aveyard did was give the characters one word personality characteristics:

Farley- bold. (Speaking of Farley, wow did she turn translucent in this book. I can't believe Aveyard took such a strong, fierce leader and turned her into essentially, a nobody. :/ NightMare over shadowed her with her awful attention-seeking self. Yuck.)
Cal- humble.
Cameron- fierce.
Shade- funny.
Honestly because of their lack of everything, I sadly didn't really care about anyone. When Shade died it was upsetting but nightMare didn't care so neither did I. The family didn't seem to care so neither did I. The author skipped over every character just to get to nightMare who was the worst of them all. It was awful how little attention all the other characters got. And the newbloods ? LOL. Who are they? I don't know. What are their goals besides being used my nightMare? I don't know. All we know are their abilities, and I forgot their names as soon as they were mentioned. It was sad. It IS sad.

3) The Villain- Maven.

When you have a villain in a book, you want the readers to hate them. You want them to gasp and curl their fist, shout "how dare you!" In my
opinion at least. Maven was the softest villain I've ever read. We were all TOLD about him and what he was doing, like once in a while the author remembered to mention him. Maven was completely behind the scenes which stinks because he's the reason nightMare is so broken and cold and alone and BOO HOO. The little notes he wrote were silly and childish. Even at the end when he captured nightMare (which I was not upset about by the way. Like I said, I don't care what happens to nightMare. I didn't care that she was humiliated in front of all the Silvers. Oh well, too bad for her. I'm glad Aveyard didn't do two pages of inner dialogue on what nightMare was feeling at the time and how alone and sad she was. Thanks!) I still didn't hate him. It was kind of like, "Oh, there you are Maven. Cool. Sorry about your mom by the way." (Side note, Queen Elara's death was not even written out. Are you kidding me? She gets whisked into the dust and fog and comes out electrocuted and burned and fried up. Aveyard writes painfully specific details about surroundings and places but not important scenes like the death of villain #2.) -__- Anyways, the villain wasn't a villain and that also weakened the book a whole lot.

4) Repetitiveness/Boring

We were literally told nightMare was the Lightning girl 4000000000 times, and told how sad and alone she was. This annoyed me to no end. Seriously, no end. Aveyard spent so much time focusing on nightMare's inner pity party that all the action scenes fell flat because after every little thing, we had to know how nightMare felt about it. Who. Cares. There was too much detail to the point where I skipped over half the descriptions. Yawn.

5) The romance

I understand why nightMare wants to keep Cal at a distance, after all that betrayal by Maven and whatever. But then she of course kisses him and sleeps in the same bed with him and so on, and then pushes him away for no reason like a spoiled brat. Just like Kilorn, nightMare treated Cal like crap. She even belittled him as well, literally saying "...he's not the sharpest sword in the armory." EXCUSE YOU. Who are you to talk?? No one.The fact that Cal overlooked her vile behavior and crawled back was also unrealistic. NightMare was so awful ( I can't stress that enough you guys) that it truly was unrealistic that anyone could tolerate her and would continue to socialize with her. Kiliorn and Cal did not deserve the treatment they received from nightMare, and she didn't deserve them, period. The romance was choppy mostly because nightMare treated Cal like a toy and only wanted him when it benefited her. Ugh. And I LIKE Cal. He is one of the only characters I like. NightMare doesn't deserve him at all. Mareena did, but nightMare does not.

Now, those are the main 5 things that just made me want to throw my kindle while reading this book. Of course nightMare tops it all, she was 95% of why this was so frustrating to read. Seriously she was the worst. Anyways, here are some examples and my reactions to them.

*NightMare repeatedly referring to herself as the "Lightning girl". Also thinking she is the best thing since sliced bread.

Example 1) "I am the little lightning girl---living electricity, a lighting bolt in human form....I am valuable, I am powerful..."

Me: Okay, yeah sure.

Example 2) "Kilorn is looking to someone else now... he's asking the lightning girl."

Me: Uh huh. Yup."

Example 3) "....like every wire and circuit since I became the lightning girl..."

Me: Oookay.

Example 4) ""The lighting girl" echoes from them..."

Me: Lol okay I get it.

Example 5) "Afraid of the lightning girl..."

Me: That's enough.

Example 6) "...but I am the lightning girl...."

Me: OKAY---

Example 7) "....I was the lightning girl..."


Those are 7 of MANY you guys. MANY. But I won't torture you anymore.

Now, some examples of nightMare's inner never-ending pity party.

Example 1) "...and yet, I've never wanted to cry more. For them, I hold back. I curl inward and bleed inside, alone, so no one can see..."

Me: Sorry? Why are you THIS upset again? Did you kill your own father under the power of your mother? No? Okay then lol.

Example 2) "...sets in, joining the cold still deep in my bones. Normally I would shiver---but I am getting used to his feeling. I suppose I should get used to being alone too..."

Me: And why? Oh yeah, because you push everyone away please be quiet now.

(you know what you guys, she had so many pity-party poor me boo hoo incredibly annoying moments that I just can't. Let's just say I was in a fetal position halfway through.)

This review has gone on along enough, and though I have so much more to say about the utter annoyance, frustration, and disappointment this book caused, I think I've made my point. I won't be reading book 3 or 4 because I doubt there can be a comeback after this. It's just a shame to see a series with good potential go to the pits. :/

P.S: But Cameron/ Thank goodness for Cameron. Thank you for telling nightMare OFF. Too bad your character faded away shortly afterwards.
Esta avaliação foi considerada útil por 27 de 28 pessoa(s):
3.0 de 5 estrelas Other reviews express my feelings about this book pretty well. Basically the author took characters I actually ... 18 de fevereiro de 2016
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Other reviews express my feelings about this book pretty well. Basically the author took characters I actually liked, and made them into something that I very much disliked until the last 20 pages. In fact, I started skimming after page 200, I couldn't stand the wallowing. Aveyard writing style is one that I do enjoy, so no complaints there, just about what she did to the characters.
Esta avaliação foi considerada útil por 121 de 130 pessoa(s):
3.0 de 5 estrelas I have to say it and I hate that I have to say it because this was ... 10 de fevereiro de 2016
Por J. Arkin - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle
I have to say it and I hate that I have to say it because this was one of my most anticipated titles of the year… but this book I think suffered greatly from second book syndrome.

If you’re reading this, you have to know that I absolutely loved Red Queen… it was exciting and suspenseful and full of fantastical elements that drew me in and had me so stupid excited to get my hands on book 2. I loved Mare… I loved Cal… I loved Kilorn and at times I even loved Maven.
We dive right into action with Mare and Cal trying to escape Maven with the help of the Scarlet Guard which was exciting and brought me right back into the heart of the story, but from there it was just a lot of ups and downs for me.

The pacing of this part of the story was incredibly slow, and I get that there was no way around it… we needed to find out about the other Reds with special skills, but it was just soooooo stinking sloooooow.

Unfortunately, I found myself skimming over passages of the middle of this book and then having to focus, go back and pay better attention.
I think my other issues were with Mare… she at times to me seemed to have lost the fire and spirit that I came to love in Red Queen. She was just kind of moving through the motions with no real passion for what she was doing and it was so frustrating! I expected more from her as a character and all the things I needed just were not there.

I have to mention the romance because there were a lot of different players in Red Queen, and while they are all still present there is no question as to she’s got the connection with but to be honest, it was soooooo bland and not at all exciting and I didn’t get any urges to get them to hook up. I unfortunately think that had a lot to do with my feelings about Mare.

I still love Cal. The Fire Prince absolutely needed more page time, though I am loving the arc of his character.

I am trying to do this spoiler free, so I won’t give you any specifics HOWEVER, I need to say this. There is one goal that these characters have through most of this book and when the god damn thing happens, it was so ANTI-CLIMACTIC I probably would have missed it.

And then Aveyard does it to you with that ending.

As I’m thinking about this story, I’m surprised to learn this is going to be 4 books. Will I be reading them? You bet I will, but I will definitely be hoping that the story pace picks up, I start to dislike Mare less, and we can get some damn kissing that means something. As it stands, you just may find me cheering for Maven!
Esta avaliação foi considerada útil por 10 de 10 pessoa(s):
1.0 de 5 estrelas Pure torture 18 de março de 2016
Por Leo - Publicada na Amazon.com
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This book moves at a snail's pace and as soon as you think that finally some action has arrived it begins to slow again. Listened to the audiobook version and it was torture. The narrator spoke in a monotone voice, with what sounds like extra saliva in her mouth. She even seems bored reading the book as well. Never again. Done with this series, which is sad since I loved book 1- Red Queen.
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2.0 de 5 estrelas it would be disappointment. I had high expectations after reading the first ... 13 de março de 2016
Por Anonymous - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
If I had to sum up my opinion of Glass Sword, it would be disappointment. I had high expectations after reading the first novel in the series, Red Queen. I was very impressed, and slightly jealous of the author for making me, the reader, fall in love with Maven and trust him. I personally felt betrayed at the end of the novel when Mare realized that Maven was using her all along for his evil plot to take the throne. I also applaud the first novel for its classic rags-to-riches story with an X-men inspired twist. It kept me interested throughout, and as a slow reader, I have to admit I read this book pretty quickly.
Imagine my disappointment when I begin to read Glass Sword. I think part of the problem was that I still liked Maven. Even after what he did to Mare and Cal, he was still my favorite character. I couldn’t help but think that his mother, the Queen Elara, had controlled him, convinced him to betray his brother and father, and helped push him to his limit. (I sort of have this mentality that all bad guys are pushed to be bad guys from a bad childhood, not being brought up properly, an unhappy or stressful life, and so on. Basically it’s never their fault. Plus, I always fall for the bad guy) All I saw was the ‘second prince’ living in his brother’s ‘shadow’, and for that, I never saw him as a villain, even after finishing Glass Sword. I felt like all Mare could have done was go back to him, try to comfort him, try to persuade him that he loved his brother and that his mother was using him like a puppet, etc. I think the author’s greatest skill of gaining my trust was also a weakness because of this. In the second book, I felt like Maven was a completely different character, one dimensional, like a villain without reason or motive…it all felt random. Granted, I’m sure that’s because all throughout the first book I was getting to know the ‘fake’ Maven, then that character is gone and all of a sudden he’s someone else entirely. Then we didn’t even see much of the real and evil Maven in Glass Sword, so that made him feel all the more flat. Even Mare continuously tried to hold onto this old, fake character by keeping all those letters (while she “slept next to Cal”…talk about burn)…well so did I.
All throughout Glass Sword I found myself disinterested in the plot, and more importantly I found Mare very unlikeable, not relatable, and her point of view very boring. When she talked about the thousands of innocent children dying in the Choke, I couldn’t have cared less. I really didn’t care about her thoughts, and thought she just droned on and on at points where there was no interesting action taking place. I also found myself agreeing with some of the other characters like Cal and Kilorn when they argued with Mare; for example, at one point someone, I think Cameron, told Mare that she was doing the same thing with newbloods and Reds as Silvers did with their own and Reds—segregation. I believe this was when Mare refused to save the Red children from the choke and instead focus on collecting newbloods, then breaking into the prison and freeing the prisoners (which was my favorite part of the book, but that scene sort of disappointed me too. It wasn’t as exciting as I thought it would be) Overall, I found Mare obnoxious and a poor leader. She seemed very glorified a lot of the times. People feared the lightning girl, others were amazed by her or looked up to her like a hero. I found myself asking ‘Why? What did she do that was so great?’ And when Mare talked about her power, it sounded really silly to me, like when she describes what the lightning feels like in her body, how she’s very powerful and could feel the electricity in the room…I grew tired of it, was over and done with it, and it even felt fake to me or something. Like I’d have been smirking in mockery.
At one point in the middle of the novel, when Mare begins to recruit a lot of ‘newbloods’, so many new characters were introduced at once that I couldn’t keep up or remember what power that character had or who they even were, even by the very end. Ava was probably the most memorable because I probably would have wanted her power over anyone else’s, Ketha too because of her bloody explosive power because who wouldn’t remember that, and Nix because of that chapter devoted to his recruit, but I don’t remember anyone else. I can’t even think of another name. The author should have focused a chapter or a memorable scene for each new character, not throw them at me like a dozen new toys I don’t know what to do with.
Thanks to my inability to stop reading any series or stop watching any TV show or movie series once I start, I’ll be reading the third novel in the Red Queen series. I just hope the author gives me that same ‘spark’ I felt in the first novel. I’ll be looking forward to seeing how the rescue mission goes with the kids, and where Aveyard goes with the foreigners and the ‘newbloods and Red/Silver segregation issue around the world’ plot.
Until then I’ll have to catch up on the X-men movies. I love superpowers.
P.S. It’s obvious that Farley is pregnant.
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