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Coroa Cruel

Author: VICTORIA AVEYARD
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ISBN: 9788565765923
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Duas mulheres - uma vermelha e uma prateada - contam sua história e revelam seus segredos. Em "Canção da rainha", o leitor terá acesso ao diário da nobre prateada Coriane Jacos, que se torna a primeira esposa do rei Tiberias VI e dá à luz o príncipe herdeiro, Cal - tudo isso enquanto luta para sobreviver em meio às intrigas da corte. Já em "Cicatrizes de aço", o leitor terá uma visão de dentro da Guarda Escarlate a partir da perspectiva de Diana Farley, uma das líderes da rebelião vermelha, que tenta expandir o movimento para Norta - e acaba encontrando Mare Barrow pelo caminho. Esta edição traz, ainda, um mapa de Norta e um trecho exclusivo de "Espada de vidro", o segundo volume da série "A Rainha Vermelha".

Der Gesang Der K Nigin Die Farben Des Blutes

Author: Victoria Aveyard
Publisher: Carlsen
ISBN: 3646928905
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Eine Geschichte aus der Welt der Roten Königin. --- Ausgerechnet ein Tagebuch! Die junge Silber-Adlige Coriane repariert lieber defekte Geräte als über ihre Gefühle zu schreiben. Aber als sie am Hof Kronprinz Tiberias trifft, ist das Buch ihre Rettung. Wem sonst soll sie erzählen, was sie beschäftigt – und was ihr Angst macht. Denn es gibt Silberne, die sich in ihre Gedanken schleichen. Und die nicht wollen, dass Coriane die zukünftige Königin wird. --- Band 1: Die rote Königin Band 2: Gläsernes Schwert Band 3: Goldener Käfig Band 4: Wütender Sturm (noch nicht erschienen)

Iberville S Gulf Journals

Author: Pierre Iberville
Publisher: University Alabama Press
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Europe's expansion into the New World during the 16th, 17th, and 18th centuries was a story of power alignment and cultural transmission as well as dramatic individual effort. Spain had her conquistadores, France her coureurs de bois, and England her sea dogs. Isolated from the authority of home governments, tempted by the abundance of gold, fur, and fish in the New World, these adventurers so vital to national policies of expansion developed their own personal creeds of conquest and colonization. Their individual exploits not only represent a humanistic theme essential in Europe's movement westward but heighten the analyses of cultural institutions of the era. It is within such a multidisciplinary light that one can experience the Gulf Coast adventures of Pierre LeMoyne d'Iberville.