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Red Queen (Red Queen, #1)

Graceling meets The Selection in debut novelist Victoria Aveyard’s sweeping tale of seventeen-year-old Mare, a common girl whose once-latent magical power draws her into the dangerous intrigue of the king’s palace. Will her power save her or condemn her?

Mare Barrow’s world is divided by blood—those with common, Red blood serve the Silver- blooded elite, who are gifted with


Graceling meets The Selection in debut novelist Victoria Aveyard’s sweeping tale of seventeen-year-old Mare, a common girl whose once-latent magical power draws her into the dangerous intrigue of the king’s palace. Will her power save her or condemn her?

Mare Barrow’s world is divided by blood—those with common, Red blood serve the Silver- blooded elite, who are gifted with superhuman abilities. Mare is a Red, scraping by as a thief in a poor, rural village, until a twist of fate throws her in front of the Silver court. Before the king, princes, and all the nobles, she discovers she has an ability of her own.

To cover up this impossibility, the king forces her to play the role of a lost Silver princess and betroths her to one of his own sons. As Mare is drawn further into the Silver world, she risks everything and uses her new position to help the Scarlet Guard—a growing Red rebellion—even as her heart tugs her in an impossible direction. One wrong move can lead to her death, but in the dangerous game she plays, the only certainty is betrayal.


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    Rachel E. Carter

    Sep 18, 2014

    rated it
    it was amazing

     · 
    review of another edition

    Shelves:
    have-paperback

    “Graceling meets Selection” Whatever marketing team came up with that tag for this series clearly never read the book. Red Queen is Game of Thrones with Katniss as the Mockingjay with X-Men in a tantalizing YA twist of magical perfection.

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    Three quotes that summarize this series spoiler-free:

    ”Anyone can betray anyone.” Meet the Lannisters Silver Court and their current royal family.

    ”Make no mistake, my girl. You are playing the game as someone’s pawn.”

    ”I am a fool.”

    Sooooooooo… My initial reaction:

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    Three quotes that summarize this series spoiler-free:

    ”Anyone can betray anyone.” Meet the Lannisters Silver Court and their current royal family.

    ”Make no mistake, my girl. You are playing the game as someone’s pawn.”

    ”I am a fool.”

    Sooooooooo… My initial reaction:

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    I have to wait another year??? Let me repeat: I HAVE TO WAIT ANOTHER YEAR???

    …Yeaaaaa, I’m totally cool with that. Not.

    Alright. Now to my actual thoughts on this book. I marked the whole thing as a spoiler because I am lazy but yea, trust me when I say you don’t want this ruined (so read on at your own peril):

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    2. Cal – Shame on you, you hot beautiful prince, you. You were totally scamming AND making move’s on your brother’s girl. I know you are supposed to come off as this nice guy but before Maven turned out to be evil I seriously did not like you. I mean I was totally rooting for you and Mare (*gasps that dance scene*) but I was mad at you for being the popular/likable guy when you were totally secretly making eyes at your brother’s wife that you know he’s falling for. That said I still loved your romance scenes and I do like you. I will admit to my sickness.

    3. Maven. Maven, Maven, Maven. Hello Darkling meets Joffrey. Kind of like Malfoy with a heart. Y’all know that scene in Harry Potter I’m talking about:

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    So needless to say I am secretly in love with him. Because I am shameless and always root for the complicated guy and/or villain love interest.

    #TeamWarnerDarklingMorpheusJaceDamonSalvatoreDaemonBlack -and now Maven.

    4. This book totally has a love triangle (maybe more, you can never tell with the childhood friend what’s-his-name). But strangely enough I enjoyed it. It played out to my guilty pleasure side. If Maven wasn’t in this book I would totally be in love with Cal, and vice versa. I loved them both. The only other time I have loved both guys in a love triangle was Cassandra Clare’s Infernal Devices series (and even then I still obviously preferred Will, but I was definitely okay with both).

    5. There were definite clichés/overused tropes:

    “You’re going to be his brother’s wife. And he’s going to war.”

    “I am the little lightning girl, and I am going to make the world change.”

    … but I was down with them. Because tropes & clichés are there for a reason. We all secretly love them. We just don’t love them when the writing sucks.

    Only trope I hated: the instalove with Cal & Mare, I was cool with it until (I apologize for the rant) this happened:

    Maven shakes his head. “He [Cal] will always choose you.”

    >> Really? Yea, he liked her but now everyone was suddenly “Cal will choose you over his country?” Umm. NO. That part annoyed me to no end because while I was down with instalike I was not down with instalove (and I did not interpret Cal as that much of an idiot). Thank the gods that turned out not to be true. It’s cool that Cal hesitated but if he had actually chosen Mare I would have lost respect for him. Instead I gained so much more for him standing up to her and turning her in. Way to go, Cal!!!

    6. The brother Shade. WTF? Why didn’t the Guard tell her about him if he was still alive? That twist annoyed me. They didn’t suspect Maven so they had no reason to keep it a secret. Maybe I missed something but that was the only plot hole of the book and honestly it was so small I didn’t care.

    7. Queen Elara (enough said): “Like any wife, she hates her husband for challenging her, and like any queen, she hates the power the king holds over her.”

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    Now onto my favorite scene… Let’s be honest: it was everyone’s. We all knew a big twist was coming but it was still SO EPIC. And helloooo Darkling aka Maven. I knew you were more than just your brother’s shadow.

    “He rolls his shoulders, cracking his bones to chase away an ache. His motions are sluggish and strange, and when he settles back on his feet, hands on hips, I feel like I’m seeing him for the first time. His eyes are so cold.”

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    The queen was way too much of a biatch to just stand on the sidelines with the most awesome power (Whisper!) of all.

    “Because she already knew. Because he is her son. Because this was her plan all along.”

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    When Malfoy/Joffrey listened to Cersei Lannister Maven listened to his mother I had this image in my head:

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    Followed by a wish that Mare had her powers back to do this:

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    I LOVED EVERY MINUTE OF THIS BOOK, GUYS. READ IT NOW. I LITERALLY BOOKMARKED EVERY SINGLE PAGE. AND NOT JUST THE MAVEN PARTS, GUYS, ALL OF IT!!!

    And finally my favorite line of the whole book:

    “This was the shadow controlling the flame.”

    Yea, I know, I’m #teamMaven. I know you are all #TeamCal, hence I leave you with this:

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    OMG I CANNOT WAIT FOR THE NEXT BOOK!!!
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    Emily May

    Jul 28, 2014

    rated it
    did not like it

     · 
    review of another edition

    Shelves:
    young-adult,
    fantasy,
    arc,
    2014

    I just… can’t do it.

    It was boring, light and silly, and I’m pretty sure I’ve already read the basic premise of this book in Pierce Brown’s Red Rising.

    I made it to 60% on my kindle and then skimmed for a bit, but I’ve been attempting to read this book for over a week now and the magic was evidently lost on me. When you’re reading a book and you reach a point where you think “is it too soon to DNF this?”, you know things must be bad. It’s so sad, though, because everything about The Red Queen wa

    It was boring, light and silly, and I’m pretty sure I’ve already read the basic premise of this book in Pierce Brown’s Red Rising.

    I made it to 60% on my kindle and then skimmed for a bit, but I’ve been attempting to read this book for over a week now and the magic was evidently lost on me. When you’re reading a book and you reach a point where you think “is it too soon to DNF this?”, you know things must be bad. It’s so sad, though, because everything about The Red Queen was just screaming “love me, Emily!” before I picked it up.

    It’s not because of the love triangle, either. I’ve said before that an author can easily sell me a well-executed love triangle – so nope, it wasn’t that. Let me tell you a sad little truth about this book and I can take it straight from the blurb:

    Graceling meets The Selection in debut novelist Victoria Aveyard’s sweeping tale…

    That’s an odd mash-up to use in your marketing anyway. Like Gone Girl meets Twilight or something similar. But, whatever, there was a rather distinct lack of Graceling in that 60% I actually forced myself through. Maybe it comes later… but I no longer have any interest in sticking around to find out. There was way too much of The Selection‘s mean girl antics to make this book interesting.

    The part of this book I read was sooooo slooooow. Painfully slow. We’re introduced to a world that had potential but remained incredibly basic, bringing nothing particularly new to the table. There are two kinds of people in this world – Silvers and Reds. The former are the ruling class, have silver blood, and sometimes possess special abilities like mind control and elemental manipulation. The Reds are a slave class who are ruled over by the Silvers and live in poverty.

    Mare is a Red who, in unexpected circumstances, discovers that she has powers of her own. In order to keep an eye on her and learn more about the powers she possesses, she is disguised as a Silver and trained within the Silver palace. All the other women in the novel instantly hate her (usually for no good reason) and all the men see sunshine radiating out of the pores of her skin (metaphor for “cue love triangle”).

    Ooookaayy. And this is the description for Red Rising:

    Darrow is a Red, a miner in the interior of Mars. His mission is to extract enough precious elements to one day tame the surface of the planet and allow humans to live on it. The Reds are humanity’s last hope.

    Or so it appears, until the day Darrow discovers it’s all a lie. That Mars has been habitable – and inhabited – for generations, by a class of people calling themselves the Golds. A class of people who look down on Darrow and his fellows as slave labour, to be exploited and worked to death without a second thought.

    Until the day that Darrow, with the help of a mysterious group of rebels, disguises himself as a Gold and infiltrates their command school, intent on taking down his oppressors from the inside.

    Of course, there’s a revolution brewing in both books too. And both main characters pretend to be members of the other class. I mean… it’s like the word “Gold” was just replaced with “Silver” and all the socialist angst was replaced with high school bitchy angst.

    There was so little action in that first 60% that I literally had to force myself through pages and pages of Mare flirting with the Silver prince – Cal – and the prince’s betrothed – Evangeline – hating Mare as soon as she set eyes on her. This book was a constant showdown between the innocent MC and the bitchy mean girl (and her gang of mean girls). Hell… you can even match the characters up to their high school cliques. And I’m sure Evangeline’s meanness is going to be used as an excuse for Mare to run off with Cal and not lose any sleep over it. Maybe not… but probably.

    The main problem for me was that the revolution and the bigger war going on between the Silvers and Reds wasn’t given enough attention. I felt like the plot relied on the romantic aspect and the angst to propel it along. Neither of which I cared about.

    Farley scoffs. “You want me to pin my entire operation, the entire revolution, on some teenaged love story? I can’t believe this.”
    Across the table, a strange look crosses Kilorn’s face. When Farley turns to him, looking for some kind of support, she finds none.
    “I can,” he whispers, his eyes never leaving my face.

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    Kat O'Keeffe

    I’m kinda conflicted over this book. It was well written and entertaining, and if it didn’t feel so similar to some other books I could have really enjoyed it. But there were just so many elements that had me thinking, “Yep, I’ve definitely seen this before.” There were also some aspects that felt very contrived, so I had to really work at suspending my disbelief to buy into it.

    Ultimately, I thought this book was an entertaining read, and I totally get why some people are LOVING it. But for me p

    Ultimately, I thought this book was an entertaining read, and I totally get why some people are LOVING it. But for me personally it was just too generic, and I didn’t feel like there was anything truly special to set it apart from the crowd.
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