Ledová krev

Ledov krev Sedmn ctilet Ruby ije ve sv t v n m v e ovl d led Ov em ona sama m moc ohn a ru a to se v tomto krut m sv t trest smrt Tak e po smrti sv matky se p id v k rebel m kte cht j zni it ledov ho kr le Ov

  • Title: Ledová krev
  • Author: Elly Blake Tereza Frantová
  • ISBN: 9788075443731
  • Page: 267
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sedmn ctilet Ruby ije ve sv t , v n m v e ovl d led Ov em ona sama m moc ohn a ru a to se v tomto krut m sv t trest smrt Tak e po smrti sv matky se p id v k rebel m, kte cht j zni it ledov ho kr le Ov em ne se sta zapojit do boje, je polapen a donucena bojovat proti nejlep m bojovn k m sv ho nep tele Jestli e turnaj p e ije, m jedine nou anciSedmn ctilet Ruby ije ve sv t , v n m v e ovl d led Ov em ona sama m moc ohn a ru a to se v tomto krut m sv t trest smrt Tak e po smrti sv matky se p id v k rebel m, kte cht j zni it ledov ho kr le Ov em ne se sta zapojit do boje, je polapen a donucena bojovat proti nejlep m bojovn k m sv ho nep tele Jestli e turnaj p e ije, m jedine nou anci zni it len ho kr le Ale skon t m utrp n lid v kr lovstv Plamen a led jsou v tomto sv t nep tele na ivot a na smrt, ov em spole n by mohly vytvo it s lu, kter by mohla zm nit v e.

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  • Elly Blake Tereza Frantová

    Elly Blake loves fairy tales, old houses, and owls After earning a BA in English literature, she held a series of seemingly random jobs, including project manager, customs clerk, graphic designer, reporter for a local business magazine, and library assistant She lives in Southwestern Ontario with her husband, kids and a Siberian Husky mix who definitely shows Frostblood tendencies.

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  • Have you read any mainstream YA fantasy book over the past few years? If so, it is likely you have already experienced this book with different character names.Frostblood is just so unremarkable. Everything about it is familiar and predictable, leading to a read that offered up no excitement, no need to keep turning the pages. It often feels as if YA fantasy publishers deliberately go looking for new authors to retell the same old recycled plots. Stick an attractive cover on the front and lets s [...]


  • Reading ‘‘Frostblood’’ was a lot like reading ‘‘Storm Siren’’ for me, in terms of experience.And I’m not only referring to the fact that both struggled to hold my interest. The characters in them have powers similar to Elsa’s from ‘‘Frozen,’’ especially Ruby who very much wants to be the new Elsa.Indeed, the real problem is that those powers may be impressive – I mean, come on, who associates power with trash? No one – but they’re not entertaining to read about. [...]


  • Fire Meets Frost! Ruby is a fireblood that her mother has tried to keep hidden because firebloods are being killed out by the frostbloods, at least the evil ones. She's very powerful but can't control her power as no one has trained her . . . untilArcus is a frostblood and he's also very powerful. He is also something else that I can't tell you about, you have to read the book. He saves Ruby from a prison she was taken to when they evil ones found her. They killed her mother, she wants King Rasm [...]


  • Well this was a little popsicle of cliches. Get it though??? Because popsicle is cold like the title??? I KNOW. MY WIT ASTOUNDS ME TOO SOMETIMES. But moving forward to other intelligent things to be said by me: I think this book had some fun moments! Which was nice! But for a rabid and avid fantasy reader such as Iwell, let's just saya solid frozen no.And before I rain on us all, I will confess that I do like how they did the frost vs fire magic. It was SO not unique, but it was still entertaini [...]


  • UPDATEREAD THIS FOR THE SECOND TIME LOVED IT.I really am enjoying my re-reading journey through books I loved !!I read this book in one sitting today, my god. it was good! Elly Blake has taken a world divided by belief and power. She has created strong characters, with strong bonds. AND DONT GET ME STARTED ON THE DISPLAY OF THE POWERS IN THIS BOOK.Really really enjoyed this novel and I look forward to reading the follow up next year omg next year, I might cry if i have to wait long


  • *I've lowered my rating to a 4, more towards a 3.5 upon further thought*4.5*First off I'm super excited because this author lives in my town which does not happen often!But I ended up enjoying this a lot more than I had thought I would! I think I found the cover off putting (mine is an ARC and has a different cover than that pictured)I loved the world divided by binaries and watching those binaries blur. It was a really cool read!P.S. A video review will be going up closer to the publication dat [...]


  • Stillness was a kind of violence in the hands of people who played at handing out pain.This was the typical YA fantasy book that you see everywhere else. It's got similar plot twists, similar heroine's and hero's, the typical romance, the action that is set somewhere, the similar settings - it's all similar - but it's also something I don't get tired of. Elly Blake actually managed to make me laugh, smile, scream inside, and basically cover my mouth as the ending was coming because it was someth [...]


  • A focused mind is a powerful toolFrostblood is one of the books which I enjoyed the most. After Red Queen, I was wanting more on blood discrimination. And few days ago I found this piece of writing which I will never forget.The most important thing I liked in this book is its way of writing. It is just beyond amazing. At least for me. I enjoyed reading how author expressed things. How she made me smile by some jokes in conversations, made me excited by the action scenes, made me sad by some scen [...]


  • I think this would have been a really fun story if I were just discovering YA fantasy books. It has all of the elements from other stories I love and is well written, but there was just nothing new. It was such a typical mix of every possible trope that I had a really hard time connecting with the story or caring much about anything. And I don't mind tropes if they're well done!! (I keep reading this genre for a reason I like the typical plots). But there just wasn't much here to connect with.Ru [...]


  • **As promised, here is the Frostblood giveaway (and more!) on our blog-sponsored by Little, Brown!! Click here to enter! **Frostblood is one of those books that you see and you know you just have to read it. If not from the cover alone (umm, hello pretty cover), then by the promising synopsis. I first saw this book back in early winter-it popped up out of nowhere and stole my heart before I even read it. It was a case of love at first sight, and I knew nothing would do until I had this book in m [...]


  • This is a Awsome debut novel. It is excellent by any novels standards. I was recommended this as I really liked the Throne of Glass and the story the story telling is right on par with this great series. If you grew up with fairytales and love superheroes you will love this story.Ruby is a Fireblood (meaning she can generate frie) in a land ruled by by Frostbloods (the ability to generate ice), this is more that enough to get her killed. Thought the basics of her power by her grandmother, she is [...]


  • This book was FREAKING AWESOME!!! A MUST OWN! A book that has all the elements for an amazing book! A book you would lose sleep over because you can't put it down! A book you find yourself gripping to find out what happens and the anticipation of the action in this book!Alright, so this book is about Frostbloods and Firebloods. Frostbloods are people who can control ice and snow and are cold. Firebloods are hot and have control over fire in this book we do however have some people who have neith [...]


  • 3.5 StarsThis is one of those books I really wanted to love, but it just kept coming up short.If you're a fan of fantasy or YA, frostblood offers nothing new. To me, it just felt like a mix of different plots that has already been done before.With that said, I will read the sequel, because I've heard it's a step up from the first- and because I genuienly like her characters and world.Edited 24.12.17 due to spelling errors.


  • Frostblood was nothing special per se, but that doesn't make this a bad book. If you enjoyed Throne of Glass, The Queen of the Tearling, and/orSnow Like Ashesthen you will probably really enjoy this book. And you know what star rating I gave all of those books I just listed? Three stars, too. Strong, young female protagonist, who got dealt a bad hand in their early life, is now fighting for their rightful place on the throne. This story-line isn't bad, but it is not anything new or groundbreakin [...]


  • Filled with all the YA fantasy cliches you could possibly think of. The lack of originality had me cringing and the writing didn't do anything to really make up for it.


  • “Stillness was a kind of violence in the hands of people who played at handing out pain.”2.5★First off let me just start by saying that I did not HATE this book per se; I was just really disappointed by how it turned out and the cliché events that took place. Frostblood follows Ruby who is a Fireblood living in Fors; which is basically a place where she will be hunted down for her powers and what she can do. Along the book she finds her way grows as a character and does everything that is [...]


  • An Advance Reader Copy was provided by the publisher for review. Quotes pulled from the ARC may be incorrect and may be subject to change.Welp, I read through this quickly. Even though it started off a bit slow, it was great that the relationships were allowed to develop slowly and surely. I did like the world building even if it was an info dump told through story-telling around a campfire. The war between the two magical factions reminded me of Victoria Aveyard's Red Queen series, so if you li [...]


  • Well, unfortunately, I just don't care for this so am DNFing at 43%. The heroine, Ruby, is bratty. I find her retorts irritating, she doesn't take her training seriously even though the people training her should be respected. The banter between the heroine and hero is more argumentative than fun and snarky.There isn't much to the plot so far at almost halfway through. It's not bad really. I am just not connecting to the main character and the plot. The Frostbloods have power over ice, the Fireb [...]


  • I received an Advance Reader Copy from the publisher. This in no way impacted on my view.This book was amazing! I don't know how good this review will be, because I just loved the book so much. The first in a new series, Frostblood follows our heroine, Ruby, who is a Fireblood in a world of Frostblood’s. Her country is ruled by the wicked Frost King, who has his minions seek out and destroy any Fireblood about. Hiding her powers for years, she unwittingly draws the soldiers to her village, and [...]


  • This book was a lot of fun! I was wary at first because the synopsis felt like a lot of other YA novels out there, but I was pleasantly surprised. There are a few YA tropes in this story but the author truly makes it her own, and everything just works. I loved the characters, especially Ruby, our heroine. She was sassy and strong, even when she was weak physically. It was interesting from beginning to end and just a really solid story.


  • 3.75/5 - This review can also be found on my blog, Dana and the BooksI've mentioned it before, but my weakness is characters overthrowing the governing power. I've also been reading a ton of YA fantasy lately so naturally Frostblood has been on my radar for a while now.Since moving to England I get 10x more excited whenever Canada is mentioned anywhere, and with author Elly Blake being Canadian, I got extra eager to read it.Overall, Frostblood was an enjoyable read and a solid addition to the [...]


  • Actual rating: 3.5 starsBut history could be twisted and warped to suit the person telling it.From the first sight Frostblood might seem like nothing special; something that we all have read before: a girl with special powers that are either dangerous or forbidden and she has to hide them. A tragic story that drives a girl to fight her oppressors. A hot guy who helps her. And so one. But under all the visible cliches there's a hidden gem. Yes, I want to call this book a hidden gem, because I fin [...]


  • 3.75/5 starsReview Video: youtube/watch?v=VUF2LVery particular rating, but honestly it just feels right. I enjoyed this book and although certain factors fell flat, I will be continuing on with this series since I do want to know what happens next. **eARC provided by the publishers through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**


  • ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***Frostblood by Elly BlakeBook One of the Frostblood Saga seriesPublisher: Little, Brown Books for Young ReadersPublication Date: January 10, 2017Rating: 4 starsSource: ARC sent by the publisherSummary (from ):Seventeen-year-old Ruby is a fireblood who must hide her powers of heat and flame from the cruel frostblood ruling class that wants to destroy all that are left of her kind. So when her mother is killed for protecting her and rebel frostbloods d [...]


  • Hmm . . . Not sure about this one. We kind of got dumped into chaos. Apparently the type of magic (FIRE) our MC has is outlawed by the . . . wait for it . . . FROST King, who sends his soldiers out to capture(?) anyone reported to have the ability, which is stoopid, as evidenced by what happened when said soldiers tried to capture MC: lots o' FIRE, lots o' burning soldiers.Okay, so maybe I am sure about this one . . . 75% sure . . . Probably gonna pass . . . We'll see . . . Ugh.You can read the [...]


  • I reread this to remind myself of everything before I read Fireblood. I'm really scared and excited and ADFHDGNKJDNSFI!!!!!!!<3<3<3Original Review:Oh. My. Goodness. This book was incredible! I can't believe that I have to wait until September for the next one Elly Blake has an incredible writing style. The words flowed off the page and all the characters were so well written and developed. This is young adult fantasy at it's peak, I can't believe this book isn't more widely renowned! I [...]


  • "There is always light in darkness. It may only be a pinpoint, but it is there. Follow it and you will find you way free."Wow wow wow wow wow4.5/5 stars Wow. It's been over 12 hours since I finished this book and I'm honestly still thinking about it and trying to process this. When I first picked this book up 2 days ago, I put it on hold at chapter 7 because I was bored and it was putting me in a slump. I honestly had low hopes for this book but damn it blew my expectations out of the water when [...]



  • I flew through this book once I actually had the time to sit down and read it. I read most of it within a day. The story is about a fireblood who is being hunted by the frostblood King when shes taken in by monks who teach her to control her powers. I love elemental magic and this book did it well. The beginning starts off with a bang but the second part of the book has a lot more action. I still liked the world building and getting to know the characters in the first part.I thought the characte [...]


  • Thank you, Hachette Australia, for sending me an ARC of this book (via NetGalley) in exchange for an honest review.Some say the world will end in fire, some say in ice. —Robert FrostIf you are also a fan of Frozen, you will probably enjoy Frostblood. I was very intrigued by the story of Ruby, a literally hot girl who struggled to harness her dangerous fire powers. She was practically a new version of Elsa, since her magic was also a major source of guilt and collateral damage. It was so much f [...]


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