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The Gray Wolf Throne by Cinda Williams Chima

The Gray Wolf Throne

by Cinda Williams Chima

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This book really stepped up on the political hazards for Raisa as well as the troubles she faces concerning marriage and tradition. ( )
  Moore31 | Feb 25, 2018 |
This book really stepped up on the political hazards for Raisa as well as the troubles she faces concerning marriage and tradition. ( )
  Moore31 | Feb 25, 2018 |
I enjoyed this next book in the Seven Realms series. I liked the political intrigue, and the character growth of Raisa. I'm intrigued to see where the last book takes us. The Han chapters were good, but also kind of dull in the latter half of the book - hopefully his story fills out in the next book. The world building done was good- there was more micro building within the Fells and I enjoyed that.
Overall, an enjoyable and fun read. ( )
  jdifelice | Jan 20, 2018 |
I loved the plot of this story, however, I was a little disappointed by some of the content. I was thrilled to have found another clean series to recommend, but there is just a lot of horny teenager crap in this book. Raisa is annoyingly teenage stupid girl. She's kissed most the men in the book, and even though she knows people are horrible, she can't seem to make up her mind about who she should make out with.
A good author can make the story compelling enough and the love story sweet enough that they don't have to throw pornography in to sell it.
I decided I would skip over those parts in this next book, but honestly, after a few chapters in, I just realized that I don't need it in my life.
I skipped to the end I see if they end up together and left it at that.

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  mollypitchermary | Oct 11, 2017 |
Raisa is growing up and growing into her position. I really like how we see this change as the books progress. In this one, it feels like she is less a spoiled child and more aware of the difficult decisions and situations one faces in the adult world. She is learning to juggle conflicting priorities and opinions to form her own.

That said, this book felt unsettled, unfinished somewhat. It's obvious another book is coming and that always bothers me. I feel each book should be able to stand on its own, yet this one would be quite lost without the book before it and presumably, the one forthcoming.

However, this was still an enjoyable read and for those interested in this series, it will satisfy. ( )
  HunyBadger | Jul 6, 2017 |
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For my maternal grandmother, Dorothy Downey Bryan, a gifted musician and indifferent housekeeper who had the second sight. Grandma had a lap that would accommodate several small children, but she always kept a shotgun in the closet. And in memory of Ralph M. Vicinanza, who left us too soon.
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Raisa ana'Marianna huddled in her usual dark corner at the Purple Heron, picking at her meat pie.
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Thief-turned-wizard Han Alister joins forces with Raisa ana'Marianna, heir to the Queendom of the Fells, to defend her right to the Gray Wolf Throne.

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