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Huntress Nature is out of balance in the human world The sun hasn t shone in years, and crops are failing Worse yet, strange and hostile creatures have begun to appear The people s survival hangs in the balance.To solve the crisis, the oracle stones are cast, and Kaede and Taisin, two seventeen year old girls, are picked to go on a dangerous and unheard of journey to Tanlili, the city of the Fairy Queen Taisin is a sage, thrumming with magic, and Kaede is of the earth, without a speck of the otherworldly And yet the two girls destinies are drawn together during the mission As members of their party succumb to unearthly attacks and fairy tricks, the two come to rely on each other and even begin to fall in love But the Kingdom needs only one huntress to save it, and what it takes could tear Kaede and Taisin apart forever.The exciting adventure prequel to Malinda Lo s highly acclaimed novel Ash is overflowing with lush Chinese influences and details inspired by the I Ching, and is filled with action and romance. Free Download Huntress By Malinda Lo For Kindle ePUB or eBook – wholesalesweetshop.co.uk

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  1. I cannot comprehend why this book has so many high ratings The writing was awful There were so many point of view changes that I got dizzy Seriously, there were POV changesmid sentence That is just bad writing Also, I m not sure why, but I felt like this book was written like it was published in the 1990 s I can t think of a better way to describe it It s slow, there are pages and pages of description telling, and something about the wording just seemed off to me And all the POV chang I cannot comprehend why this book has so many high ratings The writing was awful There were so many point of view changes that I got dizzy Seriously, there were POV changesmid sentence That is just bad writing Also, I m not sure why, but I felt like this book was written like it was published in the 1990 s I can t think of a better way to describe it It s slow, there are pages and pages of description telling, and somet...

  2. I was at the YALSA Young Adult Library Services Association conference in November and was NOT one of the pucky people to obtain a pre release copy of Huntress there although I heard the author speak and lusted after on Two weeks later I went to the NCTE National Cozuncil of Teachers of English and snarfed up a copy the second I saw it available I like books that are outside th normal fare Huntress is not only different from Ash, it is different from any other paranormal or fantasy It is o I was at the YALSA Young Adult Library Services Association conference in November and was NOT one of the pucky people to obtain a pre release copy of Huntress there although I heard the author speak and lusted after on Two weeks later I went to the NCTE National Cozuncil of Teachers of English and snarfed up a copy the second I saw it available I like books that are outside th normal fare Huntress is not only different from Ash, it is different from any other paranormal or fantasy It is only loosly a prequel to Ash, they are both set in the same universe where fairies and other creatures co exist with humans in a not to easy alliance Several hundred years seperate the two books, and the relationship between the species is different, but you lose nothing by reading them in either order, there isno true connection.That said, I enjoyed Huntress eventhan Ash Opening the book took me to a world where the fate of humanity rests on the s...

  3. Whoo boy I gotta admit, I just finished reading this and well, my brain s pretty much scrambled, folks No getting around that This novel took me for a ride in a world so full of fantastical imagery and imagination that it would take a while for me to enjoy another YA fantasy without comparing I loved this story And I really, really wanted to love the book But the inevitable but comes to mind, so I ll just stop apologetically beating around the bush and say it Huntress, while undoubtedl Whoo boy I gotta admit, I just finished reading this and well, my brain s pretty much scrambled, folks No getting around that This novel took me for a ride in a world so full of fantastical imag...

  4. I don t know if authors make my life excellent or a living hell Probably both That ending.Even though the last part dragged, I would still consider Huntress as a fast paced High fantasy book Lo explored the fantasy aspect of the story really well I find myself genuinely caring about the enthralling world building The characterization is consistent I love the banter and humour between the characters The chemistry between Kaede and Taisin is real I m in love I want .Huntress is a slow I don t know if authors make my life excellent or a living hell Probably both That ending.Even though the last part dragged, I would still consider Huntress as a fast paced High fantasy book Lo explored the fantasy aspect of the story...

  5. First impressions The world here was so different from any other book I ve read recently I couldn t put it down, because I was so curious about where this story was going The first chapter is retrospective, so we see where things might end up, but not what has happened yet, and it is achingly beautiful.Lasting impressions Breathtaking Grand This fantasy was gloriously epic while still remaining a quick read and avoiding an overly complicated plot This one is top notch.Conflicting impressi First impressions The world here was so different from any other book I ve read recently I couldn t put it down, because I was so curious about where this story was going The first chapter is retrospective, so w...

  6. I wanted to love this book Someone recommended it to me and it sounded lovely Romance between two girls, magic, fairies, epic quest, lyrical writing style what s not to love Sadly, much SPOILERS FOLLOW.The POV kept headjumping, which is just about the worst thing you can do in a book It was disconcerting and dizzying and I hated it Secondly, the lyrical style of prose was insufficient to carry the weight of the quest Either we w...

  7. After loving Ash so much, I really and truly wanted to like this book And maybe the problem was that I was expecting too much based on the previous book in this setting Where the other book gave me a known story bent into a new and fascinating shape, where I wasn t quite sure how it would end, this one gave me a very straightforward quest Instead of a close narrative from a single person s PoV, it was head hopping casually in the middle of scenes.But really, what frustrated me was the damn vi After loving Ash so much, I really and truly wanted to like this book And maybe the problem was that I was expecting too much based on the previous book in this setting Where the other book gave me a known story bent into a new and fascinating shape, where I wasn t quite sure how it would end, this one gave me a very straightforward quest Instead of a clos...

  8. Huntress is a sort of prequel to Ash, but it is set a long time before it If I remember rightly, this story is mentioned in Ash Anyway, this story is about the journey of six people Con, the son of the king Taisin, a young woman who wants to be a celibate sage Kaede, a classmate of Taisin s with no talent for the magic and Shae, Pol and Tali, their guards They have to see the Fairy Queen, during a period when nature has gone out of balance.The story of the journey itself isn t really uniq Huntress is a sort of prequel to Ash, but it is set a long time before it If I remember rightly, this story is mentioned in Ash Anyway, this story is about the journey of six people Con, the son of the king Taisin, a young woman who wants to be a celibate sage Kaede, a classmate of Taisin s with no talent for the magic and Shae, Pol and Tali, their guards They have to see the Fairy Queen, during a period when nature has gone out of balance.The story of the journey itself isn t really unique, but the love between Kaede and Taisin is I loved the fact that the book treats them in pretty much the same way as a male female couple is usually treated in fantasy stories I mean, that it seems natural and inevitable that they should be drawn together, and that their desire for each other is palpable and not treated euphemistically Okay, there s nothing explicit, but the physicality of their relationship is there.It s also easy to read, a quick read, and the situations and emotions ring reasonably tru...

  9. Lots of action, two heroines who are kick butt in different ways, a star crossed lesbian love affair, high stakes and fantastic world building I hope Lo will consider writingin this world One of the major conflicts in my Se...

  10. Ok, so, thoughts.This book has a lot of flaws.The proportions for this book are way off The introduction of the quest is very short and we don t get much of an explanation This will beor less fixed later in the story or the author tries, at least , but nevertheless Then, most of the book tells of the journey the characters take to the fairy city Taninli This easily takes up two thirds orof the book By the time they reach the city, there is not much space left to tell the rest Ok, so, thoughts.This book has a lot of flaws.The proportions for this book are way off The introduction of the quest is very short and we don t get much of an explanation This will beor less fixed later in the story or the author tries, at least , but nevertheless Then, most of the book tells of the journey the characters take to the fairy city Taninli This easily takes up two thirds orof the book By the time they reach the city, there is not much space left to tell the rest of the story and it all feels quite hurried Especially the final event, view spoiler where Kaede has to hurry to meet the unicorn in order to safe the fairy queen hide spoiler is ridiculously short and hurried I wish the author had left some of the journey out and would givedetails in those last parts instead.Another big flaw is the portrayal of good and evil The bad person in this book Elowen is extremely two dimensional Evil is portrayed black and white and the author attempts to explain Elowen...