CINDA WILLIAMS CHIMA THE DEMON KING PDF

Fantasy author Cinda Williams Chima. Book cover of “The Demon King” Cover art by The Demon King is the first of four books in The Seven Realms Series. Return to The Demon King. Honors and Awards. A VOYA Perfect Ten; VOYA’s Best Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Booklist ; Starred review, Bulletin of. The Seven Realms is a series of four novels written by the American author Cinda Williams Chima. The four books in the current series are: The Demon King, The Exiled Queen, The Gray Wolf Throne, and The Crimson Crown. A sequel.

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Caitlin really enjoyed the book and told me I’d have to push through the first 10 chapters because they are slow and confusing kint then the book would get really good. We’ve already seen that he is not afraid to defend himself against people twice his size, and that he is naturally good at climbing and sneaking.

By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. I’ll be reading the Heir Chronicles which I’m pretty sure would be great too. Oh yeah-I’m saving that last star for the last two books. Kking 23, Mar 30, Seeing Han laugh at the urban legends surrounding him and exclaiming that “[He is] only sixteen, how could any of [the legends about him] be true?

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The world building was mesmerizing and vibrant. But okay, before this starts sounding like a Harlequin romance, let me tell you- it’s not. This promises to be a lively, interesting, and fun discussion you don’t want to miss. I can identify with that. But I shouldn’t reach the end of the book still unsure if I understand the world right.

Not to say it’s entirely boring, not at all, but you do have to be patient.

Maybe the series gets way better and an actual plot develops and occurs. But even though the relationship between Raisa and her mother is not optimal, she is very sad when her mother dies, leaving her as queen.

Especially the Exiled Queen. The twists the story took made it even better and definitely unpredictable. I read a review that said that the fights the male characters get in are weird and unprovoked, which worried me in the beginning, but after reading it I didn’t feel that way at all; I think they may have judged based on the first few chapters – there is certainly a confrontation in one of the first few chapters where the main characters seem to overreact to a situation, which gets them into a mess, but it does not go unexplained; the context for that reaction is explained later on I was so damn excited.

They were both epic I couldn’t even pick a favourite!

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Amon I love him? It is great to see you like Code Name Verity as much as I do too. Look, plot wise this book is pretty fast demob when it gets into it – even though it has a bit of a slow start. I see a huge character development that Raisa will go through and, oh I can’t wait. Han is a former street thief and gang leader.

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Since your books have magical elements, I really sincerely hope you will resurrect Han Alister! I’ll admit, I did struggle through the first chapters because it was a lot of world building and characters to process and learn about.

There was a lot of action and all of the characters were written so well and so differently it made it so easy to either like or hate them. She is shown to believe in justice such as when she starts a prison escape to save tortured Raggers. I’m mad at myself for waiting so long to read this Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide.

I can’t be sure other than the fact that maybe I wanted a little more, in the end. Same goes for LOTR references. Be the first to discover new talent! And kjng I get really annoyed with romantic triangles in YA fantasy, but I’m excited about all the character relationships here.