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Graceling (Seven Kingdoms Trilogy Book 1)

par Kristin Cashore

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Séries: Graceling Realm (1), Seven Kingdoms Trilogy (1)

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9,110561661 (4.13)1 / 698
Dans les Sept Royaumes, on les appelle les Graceling - des tres rares, dot s de pouvoirs incroyables. Katsa, elle, peut tuer un homme mains nues et son oncle, le roi des Middluns, l'oblige assassiner pour son compte. La rencontre de la tueuse avec le prince Po, un autre Graceling, va changer le cours de son existence... N e en Pennsylvanie il y a un peu plus de trente ans, Kristin Cashore se place d'embl e, avec ce roman traduit dans plus de vingt-cinq langues et r compens par de nombreux prix, parmi les meilleures plumes de la fantasy anglo-saxonne.Ce volume propose un texte in dit de Kristin Cashore.… (plus d'informations)
  1. 333
    Hunger Games - Tome 1 par Suzanne Collins (librarymeg, saltypepper)
    saltypepper: The heroines' voices are very similar, maybe due to their similar response to the awful circumstances they find themselves in.
  2. 291
    Rouge par Kristin Cashore (SheReads, Utilisateur anonyme)
    SheReads: Prequel to Graceling about different characters.
    Utilisateur anonyme: because you get the same different world paranormal thing and you get the romance and the good conquers evil
  3. 230
    The Hero and the Crown par Robin McKinley (Aerrin99, humouress)
    Aerrin99: Aerin and Katsa are both gifted women who struggle to find the line between respect and fear. Also, they kick butt.
    humouress: The way the heroines feel like outsiders because of their heritage is similar, as is the way the authors describe the way the heroines think.
  4. 201
    Alanna, Tome 1 : Le secret du chevalier par Tamora Pierce (francescadefreitas, helgagrace, espertus)
    espertus: Both Graceling and the Lioness quartet are stories of strong but vulnerable young women wanting to use their considerable powers for good and maintain their identity in the face of romance.
  5. 170
    Le poison écarlate par Maria V. Snyder (deadbookdarling)
    deadbookdarling: Both are set in magical worlds, have strong female leads and a dash of romance.
  6. 170
    The Blue Sword par Robin McKinley (foggidawn, Aerrin99, humouress)
    Aerrin99: For stories that feature interesting and strong woman matched with equally interesting and strong men, with a dash of danger, adventure, and magic tossed in, try either of these books!
    humouress: The way the heroines feel like outsiders because of their heritage is similar, as is the way the authors describe the way the heroines think.
  7. 90
    Terrier par Tamora Pierce (notemily)
  8. 83
    The Thief par Megan Whalen Turner (notemily, C.Vick)
    C.Vick: While different in essence, I think Turner's Attolia books have a similar feel to Graceling.
  9. 50
    Finnikin of the Rock par Melina Marchetta (alaskabookworm)
  10. 61
    First Test par Tamora Pierce (foggidawn)
  11. 30
    The Singer of All Songs par Kate Constable (bbrux)
    bbrux: Young woman on an adventure to discover her hidden talents.
  12. 30
    Déracinée par Naomi Novik (cransell)
    cransell: Both excellent YA fantasy with strong female characters and great world building.
  13. 20
    Mistwood par Leah Cypess (foggidawn)
  14. 20
    Chroniques lunaires, Tome 1 : Cinder par Marissa Meyer (justjukka)
    justjukka: Protagonist is relegated to third-class citizenship because of her gifts and must overcome prejudice.
  15. 21
    Throne of Glass par Sarah J. Maas (luna_lovegood)
    luna_lovegood: Exactly as kazhout said "strong, beautiful, intelligent, and sassy." Plus, badass and good heart.
  16. 43
    Divergente, Tome 1 : par Veronica Roth (hairball, Echocliffs)
    hairball: Young women rebelling against their prescribed role.
  17. 21
    The Queen of Attolia par Megan Whalen Turner (Nikkles)
  18. 10
    Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit par Nahoko Uehashi (avatiakh)
  19. 00
    The Demon King par Cinda Williams Chima (furieous)
  20. 00
    Sabriël par Garth Nix (ajwseven)

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Some moments/elements veered on eyeroll-worthy and felt weaker, but never enough to make me consider putting the book down.

The story balanced characters, plot, and action/tension really well, and I continually wanted to know what would happen. As a kid/teen I would have killed to read about a woman like Katsa who doesn't want kids, is (mostly) supported in her decision, AND DOESN'T CHANGE HER MIND BY THE END OF THE BOOK. Would. Have. Killed. ( )
  hissingpotatoes | Dec 28, 2021 |
Ive read this book before, but read it again because I wanted to have another go at finishing this series and wanted to start at the beginning to do it properly. The basic idea of Gracelings is something I see a lot of it fiction, exceptional people with preternatural powers, but I really like the way this book handles and presents the idea. Plus, heterochromia is cool.

I really love the main characters and the different ways Katsa and Po deal with their situations and with themselves. To me this story is as much about their personal journeys as it is them navigating the dangers of their world. I have a hard time keeping all the different kingdoms and factions straight, but that didnt really detract from my enjoyment of the book. This is a good solid fantasy series with great characters and I totally recommend it. ( )
  mutantpudding | Dec 26, 2021 |
there are no evil unicorns in this book. also, the main character is not in fact a killer of said evil unicorns. if you were lead to believe that was the general plot of this book, (as i was) you were fucking lied to. i could have sworn someone told me this book was about a girl who defended her land and shit with the job of killing evil unicorns from attacking them. i don't remember who fed me this pack of lies, but, as this book has sat on my to-read list for years, i was ready for some evil fucking unicorn slaying. with each new chapter i thought surely, the unicorns are coming any minute now. they never came. no one in this book even mentions unicorns ONCE!.

i was fed a damn pack of lies. i wish i could remember who told me to read this evil unicorn book and slap them.

alas, lack of evil unicorns aside, i enjoyed the book. ya romance is never really my jam, but, this one didn't make me want to tear my hair out. i liked kasta as a protag, and i enjoyed po and her relationship with him. i did however, enjoy the developing relationship/friendship between katsa and bitterblue more. but, anyone who knows me and my taste would probably expect that. i do wish they had done a bit more worldbuilding with regards to the Grace powers. maybe that comes in the second book? i dunno, i just wanted to know a bit more about it. i didn't feel lost or like i was lacking information, just more curious.

despite my disappointment via the evil unicorns ( is that a book? did i just get it confused with this one? i totally want an evil unicorn killing book now) i enjoyed it and am off to read the second one.
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  banrions | Dec 7, 2021 |
This is one of the best first novels I've read in a long time. It's rare that I find a book that works well as a read-aloud, enthralls both me and my husband, and includes amazing characters and a truly vibrant and fully realized world. Graceling has it all. We both loved the story of Katsa and Po, which was one of the most unique "teen romances" I've ever read. I put that in quotations because it's so much more than just a teen romance. It's a heartbreaking, uplifting and amazing story. We were sad to see it end. ( )
  readingjag | Nov 29, 2021 |
I felt that efforts to mitigate the heroine's apparent invincibility and endless stamina with emotional ineptitude weren't quite satisfactory. I liked the characters, liked the exploration of of consent and freedom and the concept of having a "grace." The book as a whole didn't keep my attention well, however. An unfortunate combination of writing style and the fact that I read the back cover of BITTERBLUE and essentially spoiled the entirey of GRACELING for myself. (Don't do that, it ruins the mystery.) ( )
  Cerestheories | Nov 8, 2021 |
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In a world of gossip girls, it is perhaps refreshing to have a teenage heroine who cuts off all her hair because it gets in her way; and Kristin Cashore’s eccentric and absorbing first novel, “Graceling,” has such a heroine. Katsa is tough, awkward, beautiful and consumed by pressing moral issues
 

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Nedda Previtera Cashore,
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Dans les Sept Royaumes, on les appelle les Graceling - des tres rares, dot s de pouvoirs incroyables. Katsa, elle, peut tuer un homme mains nues et son oncle, le roi des Middluns, l'oblige assassiner pour son compte. La rencontre de la tueuse avec le prince Po, un autre Graceling, va changer le cours de son existence... N e en Pennsylvanie il y a un peu plus de trente ans, Kristin Cashore se place d'embl e, avec ce roman traduit dans plus de vingt-cinq langues et r compens par de nombreux prix, parmi les meilleures plumes de la fantasy anglo-saxonne.Ce volume propose un texte in dit de Kristin Cashore.

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