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Death Marked

Death Marked

Écrit par Leah Cypess

Raconté par Cris Dukehart


Death Marked

Écrit par Leah Cypess

Raconté par Cris Dukehart

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3.5/5 (11 évaluations)
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Mar 3, 2015
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9780062368065
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Description

A young sorceress's entire life has been shaped to destroy the empire controlling her world. She could change history. But everything she thinks she knows is a lie. The sequel to the critically acclaimed Death Sworn will thrill fans of Leigh Bardugo and Robin LaFevers.

At seventeen, Ileni lost her magical power and was exiled to the hidden caves of the assassins. She trained the assassins in magic — and fell in love with one of them. And she discovered her entire life had been built on a lie. After all of this, she wants to see the truth for herself. She infiltrates the Imperial Academy of Sorcery. She will see everything she despises about the corrupt empire — its thirst for power, merciless control, and careless violence. But she also finds something she never expected — friends, and a place to belong. Ileni no longer knows whose side she is on. Leah Cypess spins an intricate and beautiful conclusion to Death Sworn.

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À propos de l'auteur

Leah Cypess wrote her first short story—in which the narrator was an ice cream cone—at the age of six. She has degrees in biology, journalism, and law, and has traveled to Iceland, Israel, Jordan, and Costa Rica, among other places. She now lives with her family in Maryland. She is also the author of the acclaimed fantasy novels Death Marked, Mistwood, and Nightspell.


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  • (3/5)
    Hated it. SPOILER:Sloppy resolution to the bad Sorin love story. Character hugely frustrating - changing directions 4-8 times before deciding on something completely differentNo resolution to the overall conflict - which is ok in this case - unless we've been promised one throughout the book. This could have ended 4-6 times before it did. It just keeps trudging along in despair and then doesn't end - threatening a 3rd part.
  • (4/5)
    Lots more magic than book one, minimal romantic angst, and another unpredictable ending, I'm pleased!
  • (3/5)

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    This is the 2nd book in the Death Marked duology. I was pretty disappointed in this book. It was just fairly boring and this book didn’t add a lot of resolution to the story.Ileni has been kidnapped and finds her herself in the very heart of the Evil Empire with the sorcerers there. There she is forced to train with the Empire’s sorcerers. She hopes to find a way to escape and hopes to find a way to sabotage the Empire from the inside. However as she gets to know the sorcerers of the Empire better she wonders how much she can really affect this eternal battle between the Empire and the Assassins. This was an easy read but provided horrible resolution to the story. The plot is all over the place and Ileni is completely indecisive. I felt very disappointed with how much progress the story made and how things wrapped up. This is supposed to be the final book in the duology and I feel like nothing really happened.I understand Ileni’s confusion; she is thrown from one extreme to the other but she is so wishy-washy. In the end I kind of felt like she threw her hands up in the air and just decided she couldn’t make much of a difference. Not really the type of story I enjoy reading.The romance between the characters is lacking in the extreme. Our favorite deadly assassin is hardly in the story at all. Despite the supposed undying love between him and Ileni, neither one of them is willing to compromise at all to find a middle ground.I guess in the end I felt like this whole duology didn’t have much of a point or a story. The characters blunder around stubbornly and in the end everyone is pretty much where they started; there isn’t much growth at all.Overall this was a very frustrating read for me. I kept waiting for something to happen, for someone to do something.... I would recommend skipping this duology. There are so many better young adult fantasies out there. Check out The Throne of Glass series by Sarah Maas, the Fire and Thorns series by Rae Carson, or Snow Like Ashes by Sara Raasch. All of those book are way way more interesting than this duology was.

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