Tithe: el reino de la corte oscura by Holly Black at – ISBN X – ISBN – Ediciones Alfaguara – Literatura.(82) Libros infantiles y juveniles.() Alfaguara. Madrid. 22 cm. p. EncuadernaciĆ³n en tapa dura de editorial. Black, Holly “Beautiful Creatures” series (The Caster Chronicles). The popular paranormal romance series include 4 books, that tell the story of Ethan and Lena, two teens.

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Tithe : el reino de la corte oscura

She’s the narrator and she’s just I own the entire trilogy and so I guess I’ll read the last two. And her attitude towards others just Kind will be the conclusion to this series.

There were a couple of cons for me though. My favorite thing about faerie books is always their eerie atmosphere. The Emerging Publishing Landscape: I found myself drawn to Kaye and all her weirdness.

She soon falls into the middle of the power struggle between two rival faery courts, a struggle which could easily spill into the human world.

This was ok, the plot moved along pretty fast and the reading was simple, to the point and fueled with ugly, dark situations that normally tend to make my skin crawl.

Published by Alfaguara first published Not everyone is of a certain race, hair color, eye color, personality type, etc. Why was this book even a thing? However, despite Black’s attempt to create a relatable and realistic character, I felt that Black made Kaye rather unidentifiable. What’s with the little snippets of poems, or whatever they are, at the start of each chapter?


I empathised with her and I wanted her to succeed. I’ve tried so many times already, but I am always left feeling so disappointed. Valiant does beautiful work of creating a glowing light around the despair that drags us down in everyday life. Everything is in Tithe is disgusting and grimy except for the love interest, thank goodness for that! Of course, “good” and “bad” will intermingle and swap around throughout the course of the story as is appropriate in a faerie tale and she has to look after herself and mis-trust her lifelong faerie friends.

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View all 8 comments. I’ve read several of her books in the past and I just didn’t like them. I’m intrigued about the next one as I think that the story corre improve then as more of the faere world should be shown.

A decent story with a slow and dull start. Doesn’t take boo from anyone.

This is clearly a first novel, and accordingly it feels unfinished and unpolished. I did like his romance with Kaye though. There is great potential here, and where it is realized, Osvura is a truly enjoyable read. She realizes that the world is not shining and filled with white beauty. Furthermore, this book involved a lot of older teen issues such as drinking, sexuality, skipping school yet the fantasy aspect seemed almost as if it were written for a younger audience.

Ironside was engaging and twisted in all the right places. So let’s see what else Holly Black has for me! I confess I didn’t love it though? I suppose mine will be a bit of both.


Kin and Kith chronicle the story of a young girl whose mother mysteriously disappears after an argument with her father.

El Tributo de la Corte Oscura by Holly Black (3 star ratings)

Modern Faerie Tales 3 books. It was disjointed and I found myself having to reread several passages in order to make sense of what they were trying to convey.

Holly Black is the author of bestselling contemporary fantasy books for kids and holy. The plot may be a bit basic, but Holly’s portrayal of the fae world is not.

The only time I’ve done that was reading FSoG and the sequels because I had to know what happened and I hated being the only person on GR, seemingly, who hadn’t read them. I think this is the first time ever when I have seen a central character who seemed to be so doped that even I felt like passing out at times just by reading it.

Everywhere she turned, faeries were there calling out to her.