The Bitter Kingdom

The Bitter Kingdom

Rae Carson / Sep 16, 2019

The Bitter Kingdom The epic conclusion to Rae Carson s Fire and Thorns trilogy The seventeen year old sorcerer queen will travel into the unknown realm of the enemy to win back her true love save her country and uncov

  • Title: The Bitter Kingdom
  • Author: Rae Carson
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  • The epic conclusion to Rae Carson s Fire and Thorns trilogy The seventeen year old sorcerer queen will travel into the unknown realm of the enemy to win back her true love, save her country, and uncover the final secrets of her destiny.Elisa is a fugitive in her own country Her enemies have stolen the man she loves in order to lure her to the gate of darkness As she andThe epic conclusion to Rae Carson s Fire and Thorns trilogy The seventeen year old sorcerer queen will travel into the unknown realm of the enemy to win back her true love, save her country, and uncover the final secrets of her destiny.Elisa is a fugitive in her own country Her enemies have stolen the man she loves in order to lure her to the gate of darkness As she and her daring companions take one last quest into unknown enemy territory to save Hector, Elisa will face hardships she s never imagined And she will discover secrets about herself and her world that could change the course of history She must rise up as champion a champion to those who have hated her most.

    The Bitter Kingdom Fire and Thorns, by Rae Carson Apr , The Bitter Kingdom is not a loud, in your face conclusion the way Clockwork Princess is Quite thankfully, there is no endless drama and breaking of hearts and tears and useless epilogues Instead, there is a slow, steady, and loyal burn of everything from trust to friendship to romance. The Bitter Kingdom Girl of Fire and Thorns Overall, THE BITTER KINGDOM is a thrilling conclusion that is not to be missed This whole series is wonderful and will go down as one of my favorite series of all time The Bitter Kingdom Rae Carson The Bitter Kingdom Perfect for fans of Tamora Pierce and George R R Martin s style of sweeping and deeply satisfying epic fantasy, the third and final book in the trilogy takes the young queen on a journey dangerous than any she has faced before Elisa will stand before the gate of the enemy. The Bitter Kingdom Fire and Thorns read online free The Bitter Kingdom Her country is on the brink of civil war, with her own soldiers ordered to kill her on sight Her Royal Majesty, Queen Lucero Elisa n Riqueza de Vega, bearer of the Godstone, will lead The Bitter Kingdom Girl of Fire and Thorns Series by From desert to snow, Rae Carson has delivered an epic fantasy series that encompasses dangerous terrain and is fully satisfying, gripping, and thrilling Appropriately named THE BITTER KINGDOM on many levels, picking up the final novel for the first time left a bitter taste in my mouth This book broke my heart in all the best ways. Summary and reviews of The Bitter Kingdom by Rae Carson Rae Carson Rae Carson was named a Publishers Weekly Flying Start author for Fall Her first novel, The Girl of Fire and Thorns, was a finalist for the Morris, Cybils, and Andre Norton Awards, and was named to ALA s Top Ten Best Fiction for Young Adults list This was followed by The Crown of Embers and The Bitter Kingdom. The Bitter Kingdom The Girl of Fire and Thorns Wiki SummaryEdit Her Royal Majesty, Queen Lucero Elisa n Riqueza de Vega, bearer of the Godstone, will lead her three loyal companions deep into the enemy s kingdom, a land of ice and snow and brutal magic, to rescue Hector and win back her throne Her power grows with every step, and the shocking secrets she will uncover on this, her final journey, The Bitter Kingdom Rae Carson Aug , The Bitter Kingdom by Rae Carson is the thrilling finale of the Fire and Thorns trilogy There will most definitely be spoilers for the first two books, so just go read them now because this trilogy is awesome sauce. The Bitter Kingdom download PDF, . MB pdfripper the bitter kingdom.pdf PDF, . MB Recommended War Books If You Leave by Courtney Cole year old Gabriel Vincent is a badass hero Or he used to be, anyway As an ex Army Ranger, Gabe The Bitter Kingdom The Girl of Fire and Thorns, Book Aug , Parents need to know that The Bitter Kingdom is the last book in the Girl of Fire and Thorns trilogy Readers will need to have read the first two books to keep up with the complex world author Rae Carson builds, filled with magic, a fictitious religion, numerous key

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        I write books about teens who must do brave things I m originally from California, but I now live in Arizona with my husband, who is the smartest and therefore sexiest man I know My books tend to contain lots of adventure, a little magic and romance, and smart girls who make mostly smart choices I especially love to write about questions I don t know the answers to.


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    1. Goddamn. Rae Carson, you are a genius. A genius among geniuses. If you only promise to write books that are this good in the future, I will raise a pedestal in your honor. No joke. The Bitter Kingdom is damn near perfect. Hell, it probably is perfect but since I'm too blinded by the perfection that is Hector, I'm unable to call anything else perfect in comparison to him. *swoons*Top 5 Reasons To Read The Bitter Kingdom. (In case you needed any convincingwhich you HOPEFULLY don't because if you d [...]


    2. This book, while technically perfect and a highly enjoyable read---fell a bit short of my expectations. I've enjoyed the other books in the series, but I don't knowI can't exactly pinpoint it, but this book just didn't leave me completely satisfied; it just feels like I didn't enjoy it as much as I should have. I said it was technically perfect, and I meant it. The writing is great, the plot is quick-paced, and action-filled; character development was well-done. It does have its faults, but they [...]


    3. HECTOR!!!!Hector has quickly become one of my favorite YA book boys. I'm not even sure what's so swoony about him, besides the fact that he's marvelous. If you've read the books, you know. You just know. Once he shaved that moustache, it was one big swoonfest every time he stepped into the scene.I also really loved the new setting in this book! Girl of Fire and Thorns had a desert feel to it, and Crown of Embers had more of a tropical thing going on. But Bitter Kingdom is definitely set in a col [...]



    4. “You look beautiful," Alodia says. I startle at the compliment. Then I smile. "I’m beautiful to the one person who matters."She nods. "Hector’s mouth is going to drop open when he sees you.”“I hope so. But I meant me. I’m beautiful to me.”This trilogy definitely holds a special place in my heart.The characters are so wonderful,especially Elisa who develops so much as a character and Hector who shows us what an unconditional love is.I've never been prouder of a book character before [...]


    5. This book. This series. Wow. There are few books that have left me waiting anxiously for what seems like a long time to not end in disappointment. I couldn't imagine, when I started this book, how it would all turn out. I speculated and dreamed up my own ending while waiting to get my hands on this and for once, the book was so much better than anything I could dream up on my own.Very rarely do books like these end in a way that I thought was just darn perfect. Usually there is something in the [...]


    6. Usual heroine: "You steal the man I love? Well, I'm going to cry in the corner for half a book, feel sorry for myself and then just do my best and try to get to you while being stupid once in a while to make the book exciting." Elisa: "You steal the man I love? Ha! I will first get a backup plan for my kingdom and then follow you saving lives, yours included, being totally badass, relying on the intelligence of my beloved, and acting like a true warrior."Seriously though. When everything is take [...]


    7. **4.5 Stars**A fantastic ending to an amazing trilogy. Elisa's character development was phenomenal. She started out as this character with so much self doubt and fear and ended with so much confidence and bravery. Elisa is one of my favorite female heroines of all time. I had to take away 1/2 a star because I probably should have read this sooner. It took me a little longer to reconnect with the story and the characters, but once I did I was just so engrossed.Also, I was just freaking swooning [...]


    8. “I am queen of Joya d’Arena and bearer of a living Godstone. I kneel to no one.”Final books are always the hardest for me to write about. It is the end, and I know that there wouldn't be any sequels and things will stay the way they ended. At some point I am relieved how everything ended but some resolutions left me disappointed.The plot. The crown of embers ended with Elisa and Co on the run. They must save Hector, find out the truth about Godstones, and then Elisa must again prove to be [...]


    9. 9/2/2017On reread, I'm bumping this up to 5 stars. The relationship is perfection. Elisa has come so far from the shrinking violet we met in the first book, and it's awesome to see an overweight character a) get a happy and loving relationship with a guy who thinks she's perfect as she is, b) lose weight through running all over the continent as part of her story, but still talk about how her thighs rub together when she walks and how her arms are chubby and how her legs are now muscly but not s [...]



    10. I need this book like Bella needs Edward; in a totally inappropriate, co-dependent and life-consuming way.2013 I want more of my Hector now.After reading4.5 stars. Incredible.


    11. A trilogy that started with superb worldbuilding and atypical characters in The Girl of Fire and Thorns and continued with court intrigue and an epic love story in The Crown and Embers deserved no less than a stellar conclusion. It was with no small amount of trepidation that I picked up Bitter Kingdom into my shaking hands, afraid but eager to learn Elisa and Hector’s fate. In Crown of Embers, we left Elisa and Hector in a dreadful situation, apart and with far too many obstacles between them [...]


    12. I'm a good leader, but you're a great ruler. I am strong enough-man enough-to be subject to you.I know that it took me long to finally finish this amazing trilogy but I don't regret it one bit. It's always such bitter sweet sorrow for me when reading the final in a Fantastic read. All the characters we great. I will especially miss Storm, Elisa and Hector. These three specifically made this read a roll coaster of gratifying pleasure. I love Carson's style of writing and the lead heroine Elisa wa [...]


    13. Just finished #2 and ohGLOOOOB! ; ___ ; HECTOOOOOR, OUR LOVE! When everything was getting SO GOOD. Oh, Rae Carson, you know how to push all of our buttons. Thank you much! Who's the damsel in destress now? ;D


    14. Definitivamente uma das melhores séries que eu já li até hoje. A parte fantástica não é a melhor de todas, mas a protagonista é maravilhosa!! Ela se desenvolve de uma forma crível e no final você fica desejando ter a metade do autoconhecimento, perseverança e inteligência que ela tem.O romance é uma parte pequena da série, mas é o mais equilibrado e bonito que eu já li em um livro de YA. Os dois se respeitam como pessoas e amantes. Não nada daquele esquema "preciso te proteger", [...]


    15. “You look beautiful," Alodia says. I startle at the compliment. Then I smile. "I’m beautiful to the one person who matters."She nods. "Hector’s mouth is going to drop open when he sees you.”“I hope so. But I meant me. I’m beautiful to me.”When I started Fire and Thorns I definitely did not expect it to become one of my favourite high fantasy series of all time, and yet here I am absolutely loving it. The first book was enjoyable enough, it was the second two instalments that made m [...]


    16. After a bit of dragginess in the middle, this book redeemed itself with a worthy confrontation with the villain, and a perfect character arc and body-acceptance arc for Elisa. This is definitely one of my favorite trilogies.



    17. Before Reading:This book can not come out any sooner can it? I NEED IT LIKE A DROWINGNG MAN NEEDS AIR! (You all know where I got that from.) I've got to wait till August?!?!?! After Reading: “I think sometimes when we find love we pretend it away or ignore it or tell ourselves we’re imagining it. Because it is the most painful kind of hope there is.” This is a very “quick” and horrible a review because I have procrastinated and I never want to right a review after I’ve read another b [...]


    18. 3.5 stars - Spoilers-Mostly enjoyed it, the action, characters and romance kept me hooked. However, I was disappointed that the majority of The Bitter Kingdom was basically a long journey - I hate it when a story mainly consists of a journey, I don't find it imaginative or particularly entertaining.-One of the best aspects of the series was the character growth of the heroine, Elisa. She started off fat and useless and transformed into a confident leader. It was refreshing to read a YA heroine w [...]


    19. This book was so good!I think this was my favorite out of the whole series - maybe. I loved Elisa throughout the whole book and how she just grew more into her own character. I loved all of the friends she made along the journey too. Honestly, they were hilarious and I couldn't stop laughing so much that I was starting to cry. I seriously loved Storm throughout this book too and I was just wanting him and Elisa to get together throughout the entire book - screw Hector! Ugh! Speaking of Hector, h [...]


    20. 4 STARSI think sometimes when we find love we pretend it away, or ignore it, or tell ourselves we're imagining it. Because it's the most painful kind of hope there is. It can be ripped away so easily. By indifference. By death.Well that was certainly exhausting.Two things that this book is not but should be: a videogame (in the Final Fantasy tradition) and the finale of a six or seven book series. Unlike in Crown of Embers where I found the climax a bit of a head-scratcher and the build up to it [...]


    21. 5 Stars Magically enchanting, and wonderfully addicting, THE BITTER KINGDOM delivers an explosive conclusion that will leave you breathless and yearning for more!!! From it's rich lure of fantasy blend, and it's thickened plot, to it's breathtakingly hypnotic romance, and non-stop action and adventure, and magical background that solidifies this series to it's fullest. THE BITTER KINGDOM was one hell of a finale that I am utterly satisfied with, but drastically needing moreI am speechless after [...]


    22. What a great seriesI honestly didn't think I would this in the beginning but I was pleasantly surprised with how this series turned out!Even though it is tagged as YA ---- this book is great for all age groups!




    23. "It was not perfection, but it was perfect"Elisa may not have been talking about this book, but it is fitting nonetheless.


    24. There’s so much I want to say about this series because for two weeks it’s all I lived and breathed, and honestly, my review is not going to do it any justice. It’s been a while since I’ve been so thoroughly enthralled with a series, and I’m so happy I gave the Fire & Thorns books a try because this series is going down as one of my top 5 favorite trilogies. Everything about these books was pure perfection from start to finish. In fact, I thought these books only got better and bet [...]


    25. SERIES RATING AND SPOILER-FREE REVIEW:Book 1: The Girl of Fire and Thorns - 4 STARSBook 2: The Crown of Embers - 5 STARSBook 3: The Bitter Kingdom - 5 STARS How to sum up this trilogy? The Girl of Fire and Thorn has rich world-building, adventurous atmosphere and remarkable character development. Author also has great storytelling skills. It is so nice to have in detail planned out plot without any plot holes or disruptions of the flow of the story. To be honest, writing and story wise I have no [...]


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