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Shadow and Bone: Book 1 (THE GRISHA) eBook Kindle

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Número de páginas: 369 páginas Dicas de vocabulário: Habilitado Configuração de fonte: Habilitado
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The first fantasy romance in the glorious Grisha trilogy by NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Leigh Bardugo. Lonely orphan Alina discovers she has a power that could save her kingdom. But with power comes a choice - between the seductive, powerful Darkling and her childhood friend, Mal.

The Shadow Fold, a swathe of impenetrable darkness, crawling with monsters that feast on human flesh, is slowly destroying the once-great nation of Ravka.

Alina, a pale, lonely orphan, discovers a unique power that thrusts her into the lavish world of the kingdom's magical elite - the Grisha. Could she be the key to unravelling the dark fabric of the Shadow Fold and setting Ravka free?

The Darkling is a creature of seductive charm and terrifying power, leader of the Grisha. If Alina is to fulfil her destiny, she must discover how to unlock her gift and face up to her dangerous attraction to him.

But what of Mal, Alina's childhood best friend? As Alina contemplates her dazzling new future, why can't she ever quite forget him?

This gorgeous new paperback edition contains special bonus content never before seen in the UK - a must-have for any fan of Leigh Bardugo!

Sobre o Autor

Leigh Bardugo is the #1 New York Times- and USA Today-bestselling author of Crooked Kingdom, Six of Crows and the Grisha Trilogy: Shadow and Bone, Siege and Storm, and Ruin and Rising. She was born in Jerusalem, grew up in Los Angeles, graduated from Yale University, and has worked in advertising, journalism, and most recently, makeup and special effects. These days, she lives and writes in Hollywood, where she can occasionally be heard singing with her band.

Find her website at www.leighbardugo.com and follow her on Twitter @lbardugo.


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  • Formato: eBook Kindle
  • Tamanho do arquivo: 2674 KB
  • Número de páginas: 369 páginas
  • Editora: Orion Children's Books (6 de junho de 2013)
  • Vendido por: Amazon Servicos de Varejo do Brasil Ltda
  • Idioma: Inglês
  • ASIN: B00C69IIVG
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  • Configuração de fonte: Habilitado
  • Avaliação média: 4.0 de 5 estrelas 2 avaliações de clientes
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Primeiro livro que leio da Leigh Bardugo, essa série é idolatrada pelo Booktube americano principalmente agora que saiu o spinoff Six Of Crows, que será lançado no Brasil, este ano, pela mesma editora.

O livro é bem divertido e mesmo assim consegue manter um ar de mistério em volta do Darkling. Falo que é um livro divertido porque a personagem principal, a Alina, tem um senso de humor incrível, em diversas cenas com o Maly, ela tira saro de si mesma por gostar dele a vida toda e ele nem perceber.

Desde a primeira cena, a dinâmica entre os personagens é linda e divertida, eles ficam trocando piadas e, sabe, a gente percebe que eles são simplesmente MUITO amigos e cresceram juntos e têm muita intimidade um com o outro <3 Faz até você se perguntar, como assim ele não tá vendo que são o melhor casal e você simplesmente entende a Alina rs.

Chorei muito na cena em que o Mal reencontra a Alina depois de tanto tempo separados, e tipo eles brigam feio e :( :( É triste demais, porque a amizade deles é tão grande <3

É um livro que não tem como falar dele sem falar dos personagens, outro maravilhoso é o Darkling. Ele é super gato e carismático, aí você tem aquela crush logo de cara, né. Mas depois tem umas cenas e umas falas dele que você fica sem entender, até que no final você entende e percebe que fez papel de trouxa. (Gritei muito na cena de um certo beijo aí, por causa dele.
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Por Avid Lisa AVALIADOR TOP 1000 em 15 de maio de 2016
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This book is praised by booktubers all over. I liked it, but I think I expected too much. It is a good book and it is worthwhile.
The story is enthralling and full of twists and turns. You begin to root for one of the characters, but then you discover somethings and your expectations kind of dive nose first into darkness. I didn't see it coming.
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4.0 de 5 estrelas Starts off slow, but its worth the read. 16 de fevereiro de 2016
Por Kyera - Publicada na Amazon.com
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I felt that this book started off slowly. It took a while to get into the storyline, but after a few chapters I was completely involved in the story. I wasn't sure that I was going to like the story, but I ended up falling in love with the concept and can't wait to read the other books.

The world and character building was a little sparse considering that the reader is going into these novels without any idea about the world, the rulers and rules, or the Grisha. I do wish we were given a chapter or so to really explain the Grisha as they are the most fascinating part of the novel. There are these people with powers and you're introduced to what they can do as you see them, but I feel like a reader would connect with the novel more if you understood the heirarchy of the Grisha, the way they categorize powers, and what those powers could entail before we are introduced to the multitude of abilities and fringe characters.

The novel progressed at a good pace until it came to the end and then it seems like a number of plot points were just jammed into the conclusion. It felt like the author wrote 87% of their novel and then said, "Shoot. We need the bad guy to accomplish x by the end of the novel, mess up the good guy's life, and then have the good guy come up with a plan that allows them to segue into the next novel... and I've only got 13% of the book left to accomplish it." It just seemed to jump around too much and I would have preferred it if the book was lengthened so that the storyline could be fully fleshed out.

Other than those concerns, I did really enjoy the book and look forward to reading the rest of the series. Definitely give it a chance if you like YA and unique magic series like Sword of Truth or Daughter of Smoke and Bone.
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4.0 de 5 estrelas Book one of a trilogy that looks to be great! 2 de março de 2017
Por Murph01 - Publicada na Amazon.com
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What a delightful start to this series--well, i suppose that "delightful" might be too light a term for a novel that contains so much dread and so many dead. Nevertheless, it is always a treat to come across a book that is this good, especially since one knows there are two more to follow. In many fantasy novels, it seems to me, one finds either characters who are all good or all bad or characters who swing so wildly from one scene to the next that you never have a sense that there is a "real" person there. Not so in this novel, the major characters change and evolve--not always for the better--but the changes seem possible, perhaps even logical.
But this book is mature, with characters (both major and minor) that have depth, with a plot with twists and turns, and a fantasy world that is intriguing. A wonderful read! (Even though it stops when the Kindle reader thinks it's only 60% through.)
3.0 de 5 estrelas Excellent writing against a beautiful backdrop, but lackluster characters 15 de junho de 2017
Por Keroberus - Publicada na Amazon.com
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Ms. Bardugo really has a talent with storytelling mixed in with magic and humor. I love the universe she created with its Russian words, background, culture. The harshness of being an orphan, the luxuries of the Court all really come together in a rich fantasy oil painting. Not too much detail, not too much magic theory, not too much dread and despair. It was an easy read.

That aside, I couldn't really like the characters. I thought I liked the diamond-in-the-rough heroine but she never really pulled through to get her act together until the very end of this novel. She was constantly being pushed, shoved, led by others. She was easily deceived, and deceived even herself. You would think that after all this time she would figure out who she was and what she wanted. She is no longer a child but she is constantly looking to others to give her the answers.

The character development was really a mixed bag of "aha!" moments the author drops like candies on the floor. No real warning, just suddenly the heroine discovers why she's so brilliant (no pun intended), the hero suddenly decides he loves her, and the villain whom I was really cheering for went from a multi-dimensional puzzle box to a textbook villain with no soul. Ugh. Disappointment central.

The ending wrapped up so quickly it literally took half a chapter and one afterward to wrap it up. One moment it was all confrontation tension, the next, a miraculous resolution because the heroine just figured it all out. The problem with the big reveal is that she never really cared about anything. Not her work. Not her co-workers. Not her life. Not even her health/appearance. She lived her entire life just numb; without hope or joy, just pining after a childhood friend. She obsessed about her childhood friend as if her universe revolved around him, and despite everything that happens to her and everything she's discovered about herself she still clings to him in the end even though we were supposed to believe she completely broke free of that mold many chapters ago.

So she makes a choice, willing to sacrifice all else, including the friends she didn't think she could make and innocent people, to get her HEA. What makes her so different from the enemy, then? In the next book I'm supposed to believe she wants to fight a madman and save the country (she never really care for or fit in anywhere) and its people (she never really had any connection to)? Yeah, I'm thinking I'll just let her do that without me. I'm done Alina. Have fun with that.

The novel was rather short, as well. I think all three could really be reduced to two books, but for the greed of the publisher, we're forced to pay a tall price three times. The first 70% of this book was decent, but I'll save my money and read something else.
4.0 de 5 estrelas A Great Start to an Epic YA Series! 31 de maio de 2017
Por The Irregular Reader - Publicada na Amazon.com
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The land of Ravka has been decimated by the Shadow Fold; a mysterious consequence of dark magic which blights the landscape in monsters and darkness. The people of this tormented land have not known peace for generations.

While attempting to cross the fold, Army cartographer Alina Starkov finds her transport attacked by the monsters that dwell within. Faced with near-certain death, Alina calls upon a hidden power, and manages to push back the darkness. Returning to non-blighted land, Alina learns that she is a Grisha (witch/mage), and that she may be the only one who can save Ravka from the Shadow Fold. Suddenly thrust into the aristocratic world of the Grisha and Ravka court politics, Alina must master her gift, while at the same time learning to navigate the treacherous waters of court life.

This is YA done right. Books like this keep me coming back to the genre when I feel that reading one more angsty book will drive me mad. The plot (this is the first installment in a trilogy) is well executed. The characters are still in their nascent phase, but show great promise. The requisite love triangle feels a bit more realistic than most entries in the YA genre.

I especially enjoyed the way magic is handled, and the care the author shows in her world building. Bardugo has put together a grand vision, and she has the skill to translate that vision into a gorgeous work of fantasy. The story actually reminds me a bit of the Black Magician Trilogy by Trudi Canavan, another fantastic series in YA Fantasy.

Fans of the young adult genre, young adult fantasy, and fantasy in general will enjoy this series. Even those who don’t typically read things in the YA sphere will find a lot to like in this book; it is technically a young adult novel, but it doesn’t read like one. I can’t wait to read the other books in the series.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Must Read! 19 de janeiro de 2017
Por The Addicted Bibliophile - Publicada na Amazon.com
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First things first, this book is so captivating and so amazing . There is literally not one part where I was not anxious enough to get to the end chapter, page, word. I cant believe I put it off for so long. Since I do not do spoilers you will not find any here. But this story follows Alina, whom seems to be a regular orphan who grew up with her best friend, Mal and secret love of her life. She had never fit in, in this magical world that Bardugo has created filled with people with unique abilities called, Grisha. Comes to find out while protecting her best friend, it is a revealed that she too is one. But not any Grisha, a really rare one. This world is filled with so much adventure, romance, betrayal, power struggles, drama, and lost, I couldn't wait to find out what happened next.

You know how most books, it starts off really slow, and as the plot finally thickens it catches your attention? This is not one of those books, it immediately drew me in and had me asking for more. I am only glad that I had all 3 books together before I started this series. She included plenty of twists and turns in her plot, slowly revealing each at just the right time. The characters were complex and continually grew throughout the book, and had literally skipped hours instead of sleep just to finish this gem.. (who needs sleep right?!) The character development was just as spectacular as the world itself. Her characters actually make mistakes and realize them and try to grow from them and be better. No one is perfect in these books. I actually loved the fact that you are confused on whether or not to root for who is the bad guy. At the end of the book I wasn't so full of questions that I felt would need to be explained further, for every thing that happened she showed, rather than told the answers. I loved the writing, so vivid, and imaginative and not over the top. I adored this book so much. The story line actually followed the characters, not the other way around. I recommend picking this book up and reading it!
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