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Clariel (Abhorsen, #4) von Garth Nix
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Clariel (Abhorsen, #4) (2014. Auflage)

von Garth Nix

Reihen: Das alte Königreich (Prequel 1)

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"The story of how Clariel became a Free Magic Sorcerer, set 600 years before the birth of Sabriel"--
Mitglied:Adam_Gugliciello
Titel:Clariel (Abhorsen, #4)
Autoren:Garth Nix
Info:HarperCollins, Kindle Edition, 419 pages
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Clariel von Garth Nix

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  GridCube | Jan 17, 2022 |
This series is beautifully written and the characters are deeply compelling. There is definitely a dark element to these books but it is written in such a way that it is not overly disturbing. Despite the fantastical elements I find the characters to be extremely believable. ( )
  KateKat11 | Sep 24, 2021 |
Compared to the original trilogy, both Clariel the book and Cariel the character have a rather different feel.

As a book, Clariel takes place centuries before Sabriel, well before the fall of the Old Kingdom. We're in an entirely different political landscape and rather than the general feeling of things coming back together (other than the whole end of the world thing), there's a feel of falling apart. We're square in the height of decadence that comes before the fall, with a failing monarchy, an Abhorsen who'd rather hunt than deal in death, and Charter Magic fallen out of fasion. It's an interesting time period to explore, don't get me wrong. It's just rather different.

As a character, Clariel wants nothing more than to go back home. She doesn't care about the private schools and political maneuvering of the capital, she doesn't care about her parent's lives in the guild. It's a definite switch from Sabriel and Lireal, who are thrown into just as unusual situations and grow to match them. It's interesting finally getting a point of view character with the Royal / Touchstone's powers and learn a bit more about those.

For the first chunk of the book, I didn't care much for Clariel on the world. I understand where she's coming from, it just wasn't that interesting to read about. But once the fighting begins and things start escalating, it's a fascinating ride, watching Clariel make a series of perfectly reasonable--at the time--choices. And then when you finally realize that Clariel is an origin story for Chlorr of the Mask. Well, I managed not to spoil that one for myself, so that was quite a surprise.

Overall, it's an odd little book. Not nearly as solid as the first trilogy, I did appreciate the additional world building and backstory. The sort of thing I never knew I wanted, but was nice to have when I did. ( )
  jpv0 | Jul 21, 2021 |
I was delighted to find that there were a couple more books set in Garth Nix's Old Kingdom and that this one was set during the 'olden days' when Belisaere was the bustling hub, complete with palace and dying king. Clariel's parents have moved the family there from the countryside as Clariel's mother is being made head of the Goldsmith's Guild, but Clariel just wants to get back to the forest and be a Borderer. Clariel's single-minded focus on this goal is a headache to her parents as well as everyone else around her, particularly since there seems to be some intrigue amongst the Guilds that's centered around making Clariel a politically beneficial marriage.
Since this is a prequel that was published well after the first series, it might make sense if you are a new reader to read this first. I can't recall anything in this book that is enhanced by knowledge of the original trilogy, but there were several parts of the first books that I wanted to go back and read with this new knowledge. ( )
  EmScape | Mar 23, 2021 |
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  5083mitzi | Mar 15, 2021 |
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