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  • Copertina flessibile: 464 pagine
  • Editore: Scholastic; 1 edizione (21 ottobre 2014)
  • Collana: The Raven Cycle
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ISBN-10: 1407136631
  • ISBN-13: 978-1407136639
  • Peso di spedizione: 259 g
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this might be my favorite book of the quartet. but i love all of them beyond everything so...
the best thing of this serie is that the characters stay with you forever, wherever and whenever you go, and when i think about TRC i think about woods, maps, stars, grass, cars, old books, mint, farms, ravens, skies.. all these aesthetically pleasing and wild things and this is so beautiful, so if you're here because you're considering to read or not this book or the whole serie, just DO IT because im so happy i did. ✨
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Well, my love for this series just kept growing with each installment. The characters become alive in your head and follow you even after you're done reading the whole series.
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Noioso noioso noioso personaggi non approfonditi trama inutile e ripetitiva veramente difficile da leggere e non riesco proprio a capire il senso .... soldi buttati e certo non leggerò il seguito
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5.0 su 5 stelle 5 Don’t you Richard Gansey the III me Stars 25 ottobre 2014
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Once upon a time it began with

"There are only two reasons a non-seer would she a spirit on St Mark's Eve....
Either you're his true love....or you killed him."

And then Blue’s life changed forever because she will either kill Gansey or he will be her one true love or both.

The thing I really LOVE about this series is the ‘Otherness’ of it. Strange things happen all the time, every important character in the series has something different, unique and intriguing about them. I shift from loving Gansey the most, to Blue, then to Noah, from Piper to the Gray Man and then another character just steals the show *cough* Persephone *cough*. I’m stuck in a section of a tangled spider web, trying to seeing where all the strands meet and wondering where the spider is that wants to devour me. Because let’s face it if Gansey dies and Blue kills him my insides will feel like spider mush.

The friendship between Gansey, Blue, Adam and Ronan is something I adore in this book. I love how they all look out for one another and help each other. Sure they bicker and argue at times but really the dynamic between the four of them is awesome. They have all helped each other become more than they were before.

--- "But what she didn’t realize about Blue and her boys was that they were all in love with one another. She was no less obsessed with them than they were with her, or one another, analyzing every conversation and gesture, drawing out every joke into a longer and longer running gag, spending each moment either with one another or thinking about when next they would be with one another."

The quest is still to find Glendower, more important now than ever since Blue’s mother is underground with him somewhere. Time is running out, Gansey could die at any time and the people who know are starting to think the only way to save him would be to wake the Welsh king and get the favor.

This book also plays on one of my guilty pleasures of the forbidden love. I ship Gansey and Blue so much and there is just enough romance between them in this to keep me on the edge with them. I want them to kiss so badly and at the same time I don’t. It is so delicious I could eat it with a spoon.

--- She had thought it was such a simple thing to avoid kissing someone when she’d been with Adam. Her body had never known what to do. Now it knew. Her mouth didn’t care that it was cursed. She turned to Gansey.
Blue,” he warned, but his voice was chaotic.
This close, his throat was scented with mint and wool sweater and vinyl car seat, and Gansey, just Gansey. She said, “I just want to pretend. I want to pretend that I could.”

But it isn’t just the romance it is the friendships and the journey to find the King. The boys keep becoming more than they were before and I totally love the language Maggie Steifvater uses when she describe everything/everyone in this book.

--- There was something unfamiliar about him when he arrived in the Pig. Something ferocious about his eyes, some sort of bite in his faint smile. Something altogether hectic and unsettled. She stood on the ledge of his smile and looked over the edge. This wasn’t the Gansey she’d seen in the kitchen earlier; this was the Gansey she secretly called at night.

---- …it seemed impossible for all of Ronan to exist in one person. Adam was beginning to realize that he hadn’t known Ronan at all. Or rather, he had known part of him and assumed it was all of him

--- He had been wrong to come here alone. Why did he care if Gansey and Ronan saw this? They already knew. They knew everything about him. What a lie unknowable was. The only person who didn’t know Adam was himself

--- Blue’s sensible, pleasant expression was at odds with the fire that burned furiously inside. School was imminent, love was in the air, and Blue’s mother had vanished on some mysterious personal quest more than a month before, leaving behind her newly acquired assassin beau. Blue was a hurricane lurking just offshore.

The other thing I love are the women of 300 Fox way. I really want to be a fly on the wall in that house. It seems like it would be the most interesting place in the world to be at times. Living with those women would be insane, but I really love the feel of the house and how the women inside of it seem to be just on the edge of everything. The way they cryptically speak in riddles or half explanations is really one of my favorite parts of this entire series.

“Do you remember how I said that there were three sleepers, and Maura’s job was to not wake one of them, and your job was to wake one of the others? Remember how I didn’t say anything about the other one? I did not mean bring her to my kitchen.”

I don’t want to give too much away because I really love the way that Maggie Steifvater dishes out little clues along the way as to the bigger picture and even when some questions are answered others rise up. Every character in the series serves a purpose and belongs there. When she adds a new character you know that they are not there just for padding, they will have a purpose. And the new characters added in this installment shine just as brightly as The Gray Man did in The Dream Thieves. Piper and Gwenllian are the most notable additions, although there are a few more.

Gwenllian is a peculiar and fun addition. Her interactions with the women of 300 Fox way and the Gray man sometimes steal the page as you try to decipher her craziness

“Hello, handsome sword! Have you killed anyone today?”
“One sword knows another,” he told her mildly, placing his car keys in his pocket. “Have you killed anyone?”
She was so delighted that she turned off the vacuum cleaner so that her insane smile could be the loudest thing in the hall.

Gwelliian also seems to know something of magic and mirrors. She will definitely have a part to play in the next book as well and might have a few tricks up her sleeve to teach Blue along the way.

Piper might be crazy in a different way. A more dangerous kind of cray-cray and it seems like she will probably play a much bigger role in the next book. Piper is the wife of Greenmantle, the man who was pulling Mr. Gray’s strings in the last book. She is a very perplexing character and a full bundle of trouble.

--- He was so impressed with her ingenuity. He should not have been, really, because Piper was a very ingenious creature. It was just that she didn’t normally use her powers for good, and when she did, they usually weren’t pointed at him.

This is what I can say about this book. I loved every rollercoaster fun-filled moment of the ride. I am so happy that there was more time in spent in Cabeswater because that creepy forest that belongs on the Island in LOST is amazing. I laughed, I teared up, I pondered, I got lost in the language and metaphors, I highlighted 103 passages and read them over a few times. I’m even more in love with all of the characters in this world now than I was before and I am totally looking forward to listening to the audiobook when it comes out on Nov 1 and taking the journey all over again.

……AND THAT ENDING. She has done it again MS has left us hanging in such a weird place at the end that the next book can’t come out soon enough. I have no idea how she is going to wrap it up but I’m putting all my hope into MS that it is just as fantastic as all the books in this series have been.
4.0 su 5 stelle It had some wobbly parts, but I loved it. 10 agosto 2016
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I definitely didn't see that star rating coming! This is the first Raven Cycle book I have not rated a solid five stars. I was surprised because at 65% I was saying that this story was most likely going to be another five star.

The ending had a secondary character come forward in a cliché cheese way. It had too many conveniences, a coincidence or two happening to wrap things up for the finale, and something that (according to what was said) shouldn't have been able to happen; with no explanation why it could/did happen. If the author does explain it in the next book - with the only super conventient/coincidental way it might possibly have taken place, I will hang my head in sadness.

One of my loves for these books has been that she could write interwoven complicated subplots without using crutches. Was it because everything was a beginning before, and now that the storylines need to start falling into place to be tied up that purity is waning? I guess I will find out with the next and final book.

All in all it was still a wonderful story full of colorful and eccentric characters, freaky-freak-freakish happenings, realistic dialogue, and the author's stellar setting descriptions which feed all five senses; and I loved it as a whole. 
4.0 su 5 stelle Spoilers included 12 marzo 2016
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This book took me forever to start. Mostly because I did not like The Dream Thieves so I didn't think I wanted to continue with the series. I am glad I did.

Noah is still my favorite. Mr. Gray is growing on me. Maura is still neutral. Blue and Gansey are not a ship I am willing to sail on. Blue and any one of the boys is not a ship I'm fond of. Persephone. That's all I need to say about her. Gwenllian, YES! Adam is getting better and not so woe is me which is a nice thing to see. Ronan isn't so much a (profane word here not allowed on Amazon reviews, feel free to elaborate). Calla is still fierce. And I actually did appreciate the Greenmantle's banter and contribution to the plot.

I was bored with the series until Blue Lily, Lily Blue and now I cannot wait for The Raven King. In some ways I'm glad I waited so long to read this book because now it will be fresh in my mind when Raven King is out in about 2 months.
5.0 su 5 stelle Great, strong series from Maggie Stiefvater 13 novembre 2014
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Originally posted at Vampire Book Club

At the end of The Dream Thieves Blue’s mother Maura left the slightly cryptic note “Glendower is underground. So am I.” It’s been a little over two months since Maura disappeared and no one is any closer to finding her. The logical step is to continue the search for Glendower. So the story opens with Blue and her Raven Boys entering the cave Adam showed them at the end of The Dream Thieves to wake Glendower. Trouble is everything is pointing to there being three “sleepers”underground. One must be awakened, and the third one must not.

I love this series but was almost afraid to pick up this next installment, nervous about what might happen or if it would live up to already set expectation. Put simply, Blue Lily does. Where The Dream Thieves veered off a little from the search for Glendower, Blue Lily puts everyone back on track, kinda sorta. Considering both Maura and Glendower are underground the searches for both intersect. Blue Lily seemed to be a little more grounded, possibly because events take place in real time as opposed to so much of the book taking place in dreams. Either that or I’m getting really good at interpreting the subtext and subtleties within this magical world.

Maggie Stiefvater successfully continues story threads started in the last book, most specifically revolving around Mr. Gray. After deciding not to turn the Greywaren (i.e. Ronan) over to his employer, well, his employer Greenmantle decides to take matters into his own hands to deal with Mr. Gray’s indiscretion. It was the addition of Greenmantle and his wife that I found the most delightful. They are positively funny together and allowed Stiefvater to tie up a story thread while also using their presence as a means to a conflict we’ll see in the final book.

If you didn’t guess by the title, Blue takes more center stage in this one. School is getting ready to start again, and she’s struggling to figure out her future with feeling abandoned by her mom, coupled with fear about whether her mother is still alive and her still to-be-unacknowledged but ultimately cursed attraction to Gansey. Let’s just say the Lily Blue doesn’t lack angst, but whereas The Dream Thieves felt very emotionally volatile, in Blue Lily our characters seem as though they are beginning to feel more settled with themselves. There was more camaraderie knowing that they are all in this quest together contributing their own parts.

In the way The Dream Thieves dealt a lot with secrets (those you keep from yourself and others, those you tell, etc.). Blue Lily takes it a step further and deals with how well we know ourselves, how well we truly know others or others know us; the things we project or “mirror”to the outside world are all themes coursing throughout the book. Each character learns, or accepts, more about themselves and they’re tasked with augmenting that knowledge in order to use it in their quest to find Glendower.

So far, this has been a strong, very well written, tightly plotted series that I absolutely love. So, no pressure on the final installment, right? I guess we’ll find out in a year!
4.0 su 5 stelle Not the end of the series as I thought! 5 novembre 2014
Di Carina - Pubblicato su
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I thought this was the last one in the trilogy...but I guess this is not a trilogy! And now that I am done with the book, it feels like it was just a filler book. What I thought was going to happen in this book did not in fact happen! After finishing the last two books I really wanted to know if what happened in the tree will really happen! And this book doesn't even address that! It has been the big thing since the first chapter of the first book: If Blue kisses her true love they will die...but still! It has not even been address! I wanted to know!

This book has all the great characters. Even Mallory comes from Europe to check out Gansey ley lines. And Greenmantle and his wife are more in the picture as well. So it is nice to see those characters a bit more. And there is a funny character name Jesse Dittley that is also a great new character who is funny and different. Blue, Gansey, Ronan, and Adam are all as wonderful as ever. Maggie Stiefvater, the author, does such a wonderful job with character interaction. I love the dialogue in this book it is so witty and funny, even during serious times.

But overall not much happens in this book. The cave is explored and there is investigating around but that is about it. Only one thing gets found in this book, one question answered the rest is unanswered and at the end of the book it just gives you another questions with a little cliff hanger twist! But it does leaving you wanting more.