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The Raven King (All for the Game Book 2) (English Edition) eBook Kindle
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Sobre o Autor
Nora Sakavic is the author of the All for the Game series, which includes The Foxhole Court, The Raven King, and The King's Men.
Alexander Cendese is a New York-based actor and narrator whose credits include roles on and off Broadway, in films, and on popular television shows, including Law & Order: SVU and All My Children. He holds a BFA from the Carnegie Mellon School of Drama.--Este texto se refere à uma edição esgotada ou disponível no momento.
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- ASIN : B00E9YKGAC
- Idioma : Inglês
- Tamanho do arquivo : 690 KB
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- Dicas de vocabulário : Habilitado
- Número de páginas : 285 páginas
- Ranking dos mais vendidos: Nº 6,057 em Loja Kindle (Conheça o Top 100 na categoria Loja Kindle)
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The way Sakavic writes is really simple, not too OTT, considering the events of the novel which is what made it really nice to read. It's fast-paced but not in a way that leaves you confused as she reveals more about the characters and their determination in the rough world of Exy. The characters are developing, as are their relationships, and it's fascinating but you do find yourself having to stop and think about who is who with some of the other team members, but I was so focused on Neil and Andrew that didn't bother me as much as it did in the first book.
Also, Neil's one of those characters that you just want to pick up from their novel and place them somewhere safe. BECAUSE SO MUCH BAD STUFF HAPPENS AND HE JUST DOESN'T DESERVE ANY OF IT.
Considering this series has been described as M/M, Sakavic has been quite subtle with it (apart from the very out and proud Nicky who is wonderful). The subtext is fantastic and in places, made me smile while in others, made me well up. The emotion is thick in this book and that's what drew me to the characters. The female characters in this second book are shown more in how strong they are. They're all so different and have their own issues, but they deal with them in a mature way.
Even though, as with The Foxhole Court this book is told from Neil's POV, yet Sakavic lets the reader learn about his teammates (and tentative friends) alongside him, and she does this very well. Throughout this book, Renee and Nicky were my favourites, but Andrew, Neil, and Kevin are up there too.
We also meet more of the Ravens, and I have to admit that they're (mostly) not at all likeable. They are ruled by Riko's iron fist, and although they're one of the best teams, they are not remotely relateable. That becomes even clearer towards the end of the book when Neil is forced to spend time with them... That's when I really began to read with my heart in my mouth.
Again, not a 5* rating because of the lack of control Coach Wymack seems to have over his team and the way he doesn't involve himself in their lives more and reign them in.
And it is such a wonderful continuation that lets us get the characters know more but also get more insight of all the bad stuff going on and also, SO MUCH BAD THINGS HAPPEN THAT WILL MAKE YOU CLENCH YOUR HEART AND SAY "please stop hurting my children".
The events will haunt you, or at least they haunted me, however, this book also make the characters grow on me more.
Absolutely loved it.
It's clear the author is not experienced, the writing flow is clunky and clumsy.
Plotwise there was some potential but rather than be shocked by some of the twists and turns, most of the time I was simply rolling my eyes at how ridiculous it all was. It's kind of like reading the book equivalent of a corny, melodramatic soap opera that tries to take itself too seriously by loading up on every edgy trope imaginable. It attempts to shock with cartoonish violence and tries to fill in it's own plot holes by distracting with yet even more angst~
In truth, I made it to the second book because some of the characters were intriguing and again, had potential, but I won't be reading the third. It's just too badly put together. If you're an avid tumblr user, deep in the worlds of fan fiction and fandoms, I can kind of understand why this might appeal, but as a stand alone series of original fiction, objectively it's not that great and I wanted to write this review to give what seems like a more unbiased opinion. Also, it's often described as a romance but it's truly a blink-and-you'll-miss-it type so don't go in expecting any of that.