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Glass Sword (Red Queen, #2)

If there’s one thing Mare Barrow knows, it’s that she’s different.

Mare Barrow’s blood is red—the color of common folk—but her Silver ability, the power to control lightning, has turned her into a weapon that the royal court tries to control.

The crown calls her an impossibility, a fake, but as she makes her escape from Maven, the prince—the friend—who betrayed her, Mare un

Mare Barrow’s blood is red—the color of common folk—but her Silver ability, the power to control lightning, has turned her into a weapon that the royal court tries to control.

The crown calls her an impossibility, a fake, but as she makes her escape from Maven, the prince—the friend—who betrayed her, Mare uncovers something startling: she is not the only one of her kind.

Pursued by Maven, now a vindictive king, Mare sets out to find and recruit other Red-and-Silver fighters to join in the struggle against her oppressors.

But Mare finds herself on a deadly path, at risk of becoming exactly the kind of monster she is trying to defeat.

Will she shatter under the weight of the lives that are the cost of rebellion? Or have treachery and betrayal hardened her forever?

The electrifying next installment in the Red Queen series escalates the struggle between the growing rebel army and the blood-segregated world they’ve always known—and pits Mare against the darkness that has grown in her soul.
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    Rachel E. Carter

    Feb 11, 2015

    rated it
    it was amazing

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    I am still #teamMaven. Scroll down to the spoiler portion of my review to read my theory on his redemption arc. I’m either right or dead wrong, but my gut is telling me to there is more to Maven than meets the eye.

    “Mare, I am very afraid for you. Things have been done to you, things no person should suffer. You’ve seen horrible things, done horrible things, and they will change you. I’m so afraid for what you could be, if given the wrong chance.”

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    Enter the world of shades of gray. No character

    “Mare, I am very afraid for you. Things have been done to you, things no person should suffer. You’ve seen horrible things, done horrible things, and they will change you. I’m so afraid for what you could be, if given the wrong chance.”

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    Enter the world of shades of gray. No character will be spared.

    I FINISHED. AND I HAVE MANY, MANY THOUGHTS. Let me try to get them down coherently in GIF’s (find my review of Red Queen HERE):

    1. First 50% I was mostly bored. >>Not that the writing wasn’t amazing, because it was, or because there wasn’t action, because there was, but because there was little romance and no Maven and no palace and I just wasn’t as entertained as the first book. But that all changed the second half when things got GOOD…

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    2. A certain someone’s death hit me harder than expected.

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    >> I didn’t like this person at all in the first book, and now I’m thinking I should read one of the novellas to get more of this character.

    3. I really loved Mare in this book.

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    >>I’m sure some reviews will say she was moping and angry but honestly she was REAL. Mare struggled to make the right decisions and be who they wanted her to be and she was haunted by the events of book one. (Again, this series reminds me A LOT of Mockingjay-Katniss feels, but for me that’s a wonderful thing because I loved Hunger Games and would gladly read scenes like that over and over. I got why it was so hard of her to let go of protecting Killorn and move into some sort of friendship with Cal. I liked that she didn’t know how to interact with the children and people kept looking at her like she was a traitor to both Red and silver. I liked the way she kept the notes from Maven and the way she and Cal still mourned the boy they thought they had known.

    4. The ending. OH DEAR LAWD THAT ENDING. Now that was an ending.

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    His expression is unreadable, but his meaning is clear. With one hand, he points at his feet. His fingers whiter than I remember.
    I do as he says.
    I kneel.

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    >> Read below to understand my thoughts (everything is marked as a spoiler FYI):

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    Victoria is setting us up for a Warner-esque (of Tahereh Mafi’s Shatter Me) love story between Mare and Maven. I know it makes no sense -he committed countless unexcusable crimes (a la Darkling and Warner)- but do we know for sure that was him? Do we really? Did we see him actually hurt anyone in this book? No. Okay, well technically, he did hurt Mare with that branding thing but…. Gah. I just feel like there is some sort of explanation. Maybe somehow it protects her? I dunno. I just know there is more to the story. And all of the BAD things that DID happen, Cersei -excuse me, Elara, was still alive and well. And do we know why she was in the prison? Do we really understand what was happening during that prison break out? Why was her hair graying and her appearance worn? I tell you why: because there is more to this whole “Maven is evil” business than meets the eye. I am getting very strong Juliette (of Shatter Me) vibes where Mare is going to start to understand or find out more about Maven in the next book and help him struggle to redeem himself by the end of the series. I am wishing for a HEA between M&M but most likely I think she will help save him from himself and end up with Cal or alone. Maven is not pure evil and I don’t think he is the villain the way we think he is. I think there are other factors at play that will be revealed -like how we thought Warner was pure evil in Shatter Me only to find his actions explained away in the sequels.

    “No one is born a monster.” But I wish some people were. It would make it easier to hate them, to kill them, to forget their dead faces. “Even Maven.” I’m sorry but quotes like that hint at my suspicions so well. SHADES OF GRAY, PEOPLE, SHADES OF GRAY.

    >>Now maybe you can think this is just wishful thinking. Your reaction to my prediction is probably this:

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    And you can throw a hundred things Maven did in my face and tell me I can’t explain all of that away.

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    There are people who read Shatter Me who refused to forgive Warner. I realize rooting for Maven is crazy to a rational eye, but in books I tend to love and sympathize with the villain and I’m sorry but reading that ending where Mare has given herself over to Maven in exchange for everyone’s freedom… I just know there is so much potential there.

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    Maybe I’m wrong and he really is a psychopath. But I got chills with that ending and it was because of what we might see in the next book. I’m sorry but I’m just not getting an epic love story for Cal & Mare, I think she is going to fall for Maven & try to save him from himself in the next two books. I could be dead wrong and I realize I sound crazy, but I’m telling you, I think there is more to Maven than the villain Victoria has been leading us to believe. She’s a master at twists and I am TELLING YOU that I think Maven is her trump card. I think Maven is end game for this series and I do not think he is pure evil even though we’ve only been offered evidence of the contrary. I’m calling it and if I’m wrong, well maybe I am, but my author instincts are telling me there is more than black and white, evil and good. This series is going to be about SHADES OF GRAY.

    Final notes: Why oh why did I have to wait a whole book to get two scenes with Maven? I know why. Because Victoria is an evil genius and knows she is torturing us but it’s exactly what we need to get amped up for the third book (there’s four planned now, right?). Glass Sword did have second-book syndrome -it was building to future events and showing us character development and it was absolutely getting us to see how this world truly functioned, but it was truly necessary for the stage Victoria is planning to set. We all saw what she was capable in Red Queen, and I have faith the next two books will be a non-stop rollercoaster of madness now that she has given us all the building blocks and endeared us to all of the characters (I see what you did there!) so that she can let blood fly in the next. Did I love this book more than Red Queen? No. But I think Victoria did an excellent job preparing us for what’s to come and building the world none of us really got to see in the first book. (hide spoiler)]

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    Emily May

    Feb 18, 2016

    rated it
    did not like it

    And I am revealed for exactly what I am – a particularly stupid fish, moving from hook to hook, never learning my lesson.

    ^This is a pretty good summary of the whole book.

    I know some people will not like that I tried Glass Sword after being really disappointed with Red Queen, but I’ve had a lot of luck with sequels lately. My dislike for first books like Cinder and The Winner’s Curse turned into love for the later books in the series. So I thought I’d give Aveyard a second chance.

    No disrespect

    And I am revealed for exactly what I am – a particularly stupid fish, moving from hook to hook, never learning my lesson.

    ^This is a pretty good summary of the whole book.

    I know some people will not like that I tried Glass Sword after being really disappointed with Red Queen, but I’ve had a lot of luck with sequels lately. My dislike for first books like Cinder and The Winner’s Curse turned into love for the later books in the series. So I thought I’d give Aveyard a second chance.

    No disrespect intended, but I really do struggle to understand the popularity of this series. Nothing about it is particularly good or compelling. YA fantasy is made up of lots of fluff, but even the lightest of romantic fantasies generally offer some excitement, some pull, even if the world-building is scarce and it is heavily diluted by romance.

    This sequel offers nothing like that. The prose is bland and the plot contains a lot of meandering between places and constant repetition. Mare’s narrative is tiresome and dull, going over the same thoughts about Cal, Maven and her own specialness. Only the last few chapters contain any real action or story development – the rest of the book shows the characters going from place to place in search of those with special abilities who can help their mission.

    The author is too lazy to craft thought-provoking scenes and characters, only ever writing something or someone when it furthers Mare’s mission. Everything feels orchestrated around the super special Mare, none of the characters have their own identity or purpose, which makes it not only boring, but also turns every character into a chess piece, a stereotype, and a trope. Glass Sword introduces many new characters and not a single one of them is memorable.

    And Mare alone cannot carry this story. If, perhaps, her character had been so strong and interesting that it didn’t really matter about the one-dimensional other characters, then maybe this book wouldn’t have been terrible. But Mare is neither a likable character, nor an anti-heroine that demands your sympathy anyway. She’s an immature, often stupid, mess.

    Mare blends in with a sea of forgettable fantasy heroines. Even her flaws are not portrayed as such; her first-person narrative so self-obsessed. She’s arrogant; always concerned with her own power and mission. She’s selfish; often forgetting her family even exist and rarely expressing emotion befitting the situation. If you enjoy reading about super special heroines, stick with Throne of Glass. If you’d rather read about a fascinating and morally questionable anti-heroine, then check out The Young Elites.

    For everything you could possibly be looking for, I can suggest a better book/series than this one. Unless you are actively seeking poor writing and boredom.

    The late dose of action couldn’t save the book, nor could the ending that is more cliffhanger than resolution. It is a boring, derivative fantasy that only stands out from the crowded genre when it sits dazzling prettily on a bookshelf.

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    Jesse (JesseTheReader)

    Feb 03, 2016

    rated it
    really liked it

    FREAKING AVEYARD AND HER FREAKING FINALES THAT HAVE YOUR HEAD SPINNING. WHAT THE ACTUAL.

    I’ll be doing a full video review for this soon & I’ll share the link once it’s live.