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[Review] Teardrop

Teardrop

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‚Teardrop‘
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Lauren Kate

Teardrop # 1
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Synopsis:
Seventeen-year-old Eureka won’t let anyone close enough to feel her pain. After her mother was killed in a freak accident, the things she used to love hold no meaning. She wants to escape, but one thing holds her back: Ander, the boy who is everywhere she goes, whose turquoise eyes are like the ocean.
And then Eureka uncovers an ancient tale of romance and heartbreak, about a girl who cried an entire continent into the sea. Suddenly her mother’s death and Ander’s appearance seem connected, and her life takes on dark undercurrents that don’t make sense. Can everything you love be washed away? (Source: Goodreads.com)

My thoughts about the book:
I really wanted to love the book, at least so far that I may be able to recommend it – I mean, have a look at this wonderful cover and also the synopsis sounded very promising – particularly, because it sounded like a fresh and new story. And also the beginning was really good, has carried me away immediately and I found the writing style nice, even if it was sometimes a little bit too poetic and then at the next moment it was too uncouth again.

At first I could still sympathize with the central character Eureka, understand her thoughts and actions. We accompanied her through the first chapters as she handles the death of her mother and the funereal processing afterwards, with her class-mates, whom now look differently at her or when Eureka visits her psychiatrist. All along her best and cheeky friend Cat is on her side or also her best and the joke-making friend Brooks.
Soon I liked Brooks very much and also up to the end he’s my explained favorite of the story. But unfortunately the author has another love hero in her mind for Eureka and therefore, the mysterious Ander has appeared over and over again. With Ander, only the readers know who he really is, what he wants or why he appears at Eurekas side over and over again. And therefore Eureka asks herself all the time whether he wants to harm her or if he wants to help and besides, she constantly feels drawn to him in a romantic way. Furthermore it also happened, that she kissed Brooks – her best friend – but, actually she thought of Ander at the same time. But no problem in the love-triangle, because Brooks will be turned to the bad person of the story, so then Eureka can snug with Ander without feeling guilty. *jipie*-> YES, this was sarcastic, if you ask yourselves.

Everything was so ridiculously, also the contained love story and how it has developed, or as well the story of the book, which went in a direction I liked less and less. At first old legends were dug out, myths were indicated of the city Atlantis – which I really liked, but then the power of Eureka were for me too much fantasy and also a little absurd. No, maybe that is the wrong saying. It wasn’t due to the fact that there was too much fantasy, but rather how it was described and how Eureka has handled the whole exposures around her person. It was really gross, what she has found out, but she has just swallowed it and has simply used her strength without freaking out. Thereby for me it was, combined with the plot, simply too much and an overkill. So at the end I only could incredulous shake my head. Hence I was disappointed by the initial good book and I will also not continue this series and I’ll also stop my experiment with Lauren Kate. Unfortunately, the book wasn’t meant for me.

Cover:
A wonderful cover, which shows also perfectly the plot of the book and it’s simply charming. *great*

All in all:
Unfortunately, the magnificent cover, which has animated me to read the story, is already the only wonderful thing about the book. The plot, as well as the characters, weren’t understandable for me and everything was too detached for my taste and this, although I usually have no problems with a good fantasy story – but here, everything was too much and too unbelievable.

Rating:
2,5 of 5 points – (it was okay)

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Quotes: (© Kate)

„Love was a dance floor where everyone you loved left a mark behind.
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„Wisdom holds a candle to experience, but you’ve got to take the candle and walk alone.“.

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Succession:
# 1:  Lauren Kate – Teardrop »»
# 2:  Lauren Kate – Untitled
# 3:  Lauren Kate – Untitled

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(© goodreads)

About the author – Lauren Kate:
Lauren Kate grew up in Dallas, went to school in Atlanta, and started writing in New York.
She is the author of Fallen and The Betrayal of Natalie Hargrove. She lives in Laurel Canyon with her husband and hopes to work in a restaurant kitchen, get a dog, and learn how to surf.
She is currently at work on the sequel to Fallen.
(Source: goodreads.com)

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[Review] The Lost Prince

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The Lost Prince

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‚The Lost Prince
by Julie Kagawa

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„‚My name is Ethan Chase. And I may not live to see my eighteenth birthday.“

Last Sentence:
„And for the first time, I wasn’t afraid.“.

Synopsis:
Don’t look at Them. Never let Them know you can see Them.
That is Ethan Chase’s unbreakable rule. Until the fey he avoids at all costs—including his reputation—begin to disappear, and Ethan is attacked. Now he must change the rules to protect his family. To save a girl he never thought he’s dare to fall for.
Ethan thought he had protected himself from his older sister’s world—the land of Faery. His previous time in the Iron Realm left him with nothing but fear and disgust for the world Meghan Chase has made her home, a land of myths and talking cats, of magic and seductive enemies. But when destiny comes for Ethan, there is no escape from a danger long, long forgotten.
(Source: Goodreads.com)

My thoughts about the book:
I was back again in the Nevernever and I have enjoyed my visit! Particularly, because it was already a certain time ago that I’ve read the ‘Iron Fey’ series and I’ve missed the world and some characters in it so much.

I’m aware that I’m prejudiced and that I can’t rate the books of Kagawa any more objectively because I am simply just so a big fan of her and her world full of fairies. Other readers might like this book not so much than I did, because I also see the weak spots in the story and within the characters, but nevertheless, I was totally enthused – I think it’s always like that when you’re in love, as well as I’m with her stories. And also her writing style is as usual always just indescribable magnificent, with wonderful and dreamlike descriptions of the scenery – picturesquely like a famous painting.

This book now is about the younger brother of Meghan, Ethan Chase, who isn’t so small at all and nice, like we have got to know him in the ‘Iron Fey’ series, but he has become stubborn, recalcitrant and tall– also built very well and attractively. (You only have to look at the incredible cover! ^^)

Ethan is able to see the fairies since he was born, but he dissimulate this secret because the fairy only gets him in trouble, in big trouble, what leads to the fact that Ethan is reserved and therefore also lives a more or less lonesome, dreary life. The only ones, who know about his ability, are Meghan – who left to life with the fairies – and his mother, who doesn’t speak of these things, because she fears them. So he is totally on his own. Hence it’s understandable that he is quite a sourpuss, at least at the beginning. Of course this changes after his acquaintance with Kenzie, where we are already by the female main character.

I have really liked both, Ethan and Kenzie, and I could get involved with them very well and fast. They were also a great couple and they showed a nice see-saw. And I also must confess that Ethan reminds me a little of Ash, with his often rotten mood and his constant humming. But in return Kenzie is completely different than Meghan! She is a disobedient, headstrong, cheeky and strong personality and has whined not once, although she also has to deal with some hard things. I also think now for me she is one of my newest favorite characters and I find them both great, really great and I’m already looking forward to read more about them in the next part. To be honest – I can’t wait and I’m dying here while waiting for the second book. :/

But unfortunately I couldn’t completely feel with in the same way like I did with the first series (with Meghan and Ash) what is probably due to the fact, that Ethan is telling the story from his POV and therefore it’s clear that there are mentioned less feelings and emotions, which rules in him (but otherwise it also would be a little unsexy ^^). Often I also felt that he brooded constantly and too often over the same problem, although it was already discussed and I fear that this will also go on in the next part.
But nevertheless I’m really looking forward to the second part, because I want to read more about them and I also want to know how it goes on with the other characters. Particularly with Keeiran and Annwyln.

However, I think it’s a little pity that though Ash, Meghan or Puck showed up, they only were present for a very short time and hadn’t an important role in it. For me that would be okay, if it was just Meghan and Ash, but that also Puck and Grimalkin were very absent, has surprised me. I’ve really hoped for Puck that he gets a nice part again and gets this time also his happy-end, but unfortunately no. And instead of Grimalkin,  these Razor got the steadier role beside the main characters and though it was also funny when he has chirped the first time ‚bad Kitty’, it become dull after the third time.

Also the plot wasn’t so very surprising  in the story, because I’ve foreseen parts of it, which were also confirmed later on, for example the thing with the queen or with Kenzie. There Kagawa has probably already pointed to it too early, as well as the thing with the mysterious ‚Forgotten‘ was no surprise for me. But I think that I see that rather fast in such a way, because I’ve already read all the other books from her. For somebody who doesn’t know ‚The Iron Fey‘ series, the book offers more new things and surprise. However then the joy of seeing all the other characters from the first series again, is missing, which I really liked . So everything has his own advantages.
But I think, one can also read this book without having read ‚The Iron Fey‘ series before. Everything is explained and one can follow the story also without foreknowledge.

Cover:
This is an amazing cover which shows Ethan matchless at it. It’s really brilliant and there you only want to start reading the book immediately, right? 😉

All in all:
Not as good as ‘The Iron Fey’ series, because in my opinion there were many similar things in it, but nevertheless still a highlight and Kagawa writes for me the best and most fantastic fairy stories.

Rating:
4 of 5 points – (Great, Great, Great) (

Quotes:

 Kenzie: „No need to be nasty,“ she said, seeming unconcerned with my aggressiveness. „I’m not asking for a date, tough guy, just your name.“

Grimalkin: „Well, well,“ answered a cool, amused voice from somewhere above us. „And here you are again. Ethan Chase, your family does have a knack for getting into trouble.“

Ethan: ‚The cat trotted briskly ahead, neither slowing down or glancing back to see if we were still there, and we had to scramble to keep up. I wondered if Meghan hat this same problem when she first came to the Nevernever.‘

Puck to Ethan: „Sit down. Geez, kid, do I look like a nurse? Why are you always bleeding whenever I see you? You’re worse than ice-boy.“..

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Succession:

# 1: Julie Kagawa – The Lost Prince »»
# 2: Julie Kagawa – The Iron Traitor »»
# 3: Julie Kagawa – Untitled

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About the author – Julie Kagawa:
She was born in Sacramento, California. But nothing exciting really happened to her there. So, at the age of nine she and her family moved to Hawaii, which she soon discovered was inhabited by large carnivorous insects, colonies of house geckos, and frequent hurricanes. She spent much of her time in the ocean, when she wasn’t getting chased out of it by reef sharks, jellyfish, and the odd eel. (Source: goodreads.com)

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Review: Perfect Chemistry

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‚Perfect Chemistry
by
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Synopsis:
When Brittany Ellis walks into chemistry class on the first day of senior year, she has no clue that her carefully created “perfect” life is about to unravel before her eyes. She’s forced to be lab partners with Alex Fuentes, a gang member from the other side of town, and he is about to threaten everything she’s worked so hard for—her flawless reputation, her relationship with her boyfriend, and the secret that her home life is anything but perfect. Alex is a bad boy and he knows it. So when he makes a bet with his friends to lure Brittany into his life, he thinks nothing of it. But soon Alex realizes Brittany is a real person with real problems, and suddenly the bet he made in arrogance turns into something much more.  In a passionate story about looking beneath the surface, Simone Elkeles breaks through the stereotypes and barriers that threaten to keep Brittany and Alex apart.
(Source: Goodreads.com)

My thoughts about the book:
The story tells us how the two main characters got to know each other and afterward how the fall in love. They are called Brittany and Alejandro, or briefly just called Brit and Alex, and at this point I must say that their names are terrible. *sorry* 🙂
At first it began a little slowly and the book gave an insight into the lives of both main characters and indicated which burdens they already have to carry in their short life to explain why they restrained the way they did as the story did go on.

Elkeles has a very casual writing style which is to be read fast especially because of the short sentences. Everybody must decide for themselves, whether one is a fan of such writing styles or not. Though for me it was an exceptionally quick reading, I missed some nice descriptions or beautiful, poetic phrases. Moreover, I also didn’t like it that the story was written in the present because it all appeared a little clunky and choppy.
But in exchange the plot and in particular the characters persuade and with their sad and difficult history they immediately build up a connection with the reader and appeal to sympathy. On top of that Elkeles can juggle well with the feelings and has presented us a story which is full of ‚up and downs‘ and which was loaded with feelings, emotions, passion, love and heartache.
The only deficiency which occurred to me concerning this was how Elkeles described the character because she used much of the stereotype box and exaggerated the current clichés. But if I ignore that than I’ve to say that I’ve liked the book very much and it was a plot which has moved me, but however, which hasn’t forced me to let me brood about the book afterwards.
In short: a nice, emotional story for nice hours in the evening on the couch without strullge my head with grandiose problems or difficult questions *nice amusement*

Hence, three quarters of the story has been convincing me really to 100% and the reactions as well as the feelings of the protagonists were understandable and were authentically to the stereotypes of the different social ranks.
A little irritating was at the beginning that in Alex’s dialogs were used Spanish words, particularly because I didn’t understand them often and it only became clear what they should mean by the context. However, I also get used to it soon. After the first pages I just wanted to give this book 5 points with pleasure, because I could not put it aside and also the characters have won me over soon. I felt myself put back in time when I was 16 years old myself and for the first time in love, and therefore it was really nice and sweet.

!! From now on ->  SPOILER !!

Unfortunately, I didn’t like the end so much, which was the reason for the lower rating, beside of writing style. It simply was too fast over after the long, thick book and moreover, I didn’t like that at the end several months passed without precise explanation. Furthermore it was unrealistic that Brittany forgave Alex so easily and fast after everything he did to her and what happened in the past. And in my opinion it was also rubbish that she bemoaned him and that she still wanted him back, although she thought, he had only used her. I’m sorry but these facts have ruined the end a little for me and it has scratched on the plausibility and has cost the book some points.

Cover:
To say the truth, the cover is one of the ugliest one which I’ve seen for a long time. But therefore the content is better. Better thus than the other way around.  🙂

All in all:
A nice and emotional reading pleasure which gave me some nice dreamy hours, without thinking a lot. A typical, light YA book to allow you to get bewitched.

Rating:
4 of 5 points

Quotes:

Alex: „I want to know how to make this girl laugh. I want to know what makes her cry. I want to know what it feels like to have her look at me as if I’m her knight in shinning armor.“

Brittany: „I never stopped loving you. Even when I tried desperately to forget you. I couldn’t.“

Alex: „I want to know how to make this girl laugh. I want to know what makes her cry. I want to know what it feels like to have her look at me as if I’m her knight in shinning armor.“

Succession:

# 1: Simone Elkeles – Perfect Chemistry »»
# 2: Simone Elkeles – Rules of Attraction »»
# 3: Simone Elkeles – Chain Reaction


Simone Elkeles

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About the author – Simone Elkeles:

Simone Elkeles is the NY Times & USA Today bestselling author of over seven teen romance novels. She has won various awards and recognition for her books, including the coveted RITA award from the Romance Writers of America for her book Perfect Chemistry and being named Author of the Year by the Illinois Association of Teachers of English. She was born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago.
(Source:  http://www.simoneelkeles.net)

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Review: Evernight (en.)

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‚Evernight
by Claudia Gray

Evernight # 1

Synopsis:
Bianca wants to escape.
She’s been uprooted from her small hometown and enrolled at Evernight Academy, an eerie Gothic boarding school where the students are somehow too perfect: smart, sleek, and almost predatory. Bianca knows she doesn’t fit in.
Then she meets Lucas. He’s not the „Evernight type“ either, and he likes it that way. Lucas ignores the rules, stands up to the snobs, and warns Bianca to be careful—even when it comes to caring about him. But the connection between Bianca and Lucas can’t be denied. Bianca will risk anything to be with Lucas, but dark secrets are fated to tear them apart . . . and to make Bianca question everything she’s ever believed. (Quelle: goodreads.com)

My thoughts about the book:
I’ve held myself together really long and tried to read this book to the end, but with the best will I’ve to break up in the middle of it! I haven’t read something absurd like that (thanks to god) not in a very long time and I have no idea how someone is able to like this book.
Through the whole book I haven’t started to like the central figure Bianca, no notion why, but her story and also the whole plot in the book have let myself absolutely cold and have not moved my in the least or made me feel to care for any of it. This Bianca runs around like a 10-year-old girl that I only wanted to shake or slap and also the rest of it, the story, the plot and so on; all of it has already been there for 1.000 times *boring²*

Nevertheless, I have tried to get into the story or to feel anything when she has made friends with this boy named Lucas, but also this guy has not interested me at all. And all along Gray has tried to make this boarding school look dangerous or mystical, particularly for Bianca. She’s forced by her parents to go to school there, while they teach in it. However, from the beginning Bianca feels totally wrong in this place, not only in the boarding school but also among the other students who look so much better and attractive than she does. (bla bla bla, … anyhow we had all that already somewhere and parts of it I already know from countless other books…)

All along she cries and pities herself and the more she suffers and it lets the reader know it how poor she is, the less I like her. Especially because she does nothing to change anything and just runs around stupidly.

But the reason why I have stopped was the following:
!!! SPOILERS – please do not read on you still would like to read this book still!!!

Half of the book Bianca is described absolutely innocent and she feels wrong at this place and she notices that something in the Evernight boarding school is not right, or that something with her school-followers is not right. And then suddenly she bites – BIANCA bites a guy and drinks his blood! Okay, it was no surprise that there would appear vampires soon, but nevertheless it was astonishing that Bianca has behaved all the time like a small, scarred, little school child, while she KNEW that she is a vampire and has only waited to becomes also an ‚ adult‘ vampire- woman who drinks blood.

This was for me the point which was definitively too contradictory and just let me stop reading the book with rolling eyes and shaking head. For me the whole story around Bianca and particularly her behavior and her thoughts has proved no logic and in my opinion the whole plot was sucked out of the fingers. *terrible*

Cover:
Also the cover doesn’t please me at all, no matter whether the English or the German one because both are just boring and ordinary.

All in all:
This book was for me an absolute time of waste and a book which I couldn’t finish. Something which happens to me very seldom, but this book did it.

Rating:
0 of 5 points

Succession:

# 1: Claudia Gray – Evernight
# 2: Claudia Gray – Stargazer
# 3: Claudia Gray – Hourglass
# 4: Claudia Gray – Afterlife

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About the author – Claudia Gray:
Claudia Gray is not my real name. I didn’t choose a pseudonym because my real name is unpleasant (it isn’t), because I’d always dreamed of calling myself this (I haven’t) or even because I’m hiding from the remnants of that international diamond-smuggling cartel I smashed in 2003 (Interpol has taken care of them). In short, I took a pseudonym for no real reason whatsoever. Sometimes this is actually the best reason to do things.
I am a full-time novelist based in Chicago. So far, in life, I’ve been a disc jockey, a lawyer, a journalist and an extremely bad waitress, just to name a few. I especially like to spend time traveling, hiking, reading and listening to music. More than anything else, I enjoy writing. (Source:  http://claudiagray.com/index.htm)

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Review: Ultraviolet (en.)

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R. J. Anderson

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.„Once upon a time there was a girl who was special.
This is not her story.
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Synopsis:
Sixteen-year-old Alison has been sectioned in a mental institute for teens, having murdered the most perfect and popular girl at school. But the case is a mystery: no body has been found, and Alison’s condition is proving difficult to diagnose. Alison herself can’t explain what happened: one minute she was fighting with Tori — the next she disintegrated. Into nothing. But that’s impossible. Right? (Source: goodreads.com)

First Sentence:
„The darkness behind my eyelids was thick and stank of chemicals, as though someone had poured black oil inside my head.“

Last Sentence:
„Because I know what happened, and I know what’s real. No matter what you or anyone else says.“

My thougts about the book:
This book has released contradictory feelings in me due to the fact that at first I had absolutely no idea what it is about because I often don’t read the synopsis and secondly because the book had so many twists in it that I had to dispose the book every time into another genre.
Ultraviolet is divided into 3 segments and one can say, or for me it was that way that these segments represent virtually also 3 own genres or they even were three stories in one book. This means that at the beginning I’ve held another book in my hands, than in the middle section or then in the last third. What I found very amusing, even if it was difficult to form an opinion because at the beginning were many unanswered questions, some of them were answered in the second part but were one more rolled up in the third part and there we got a completely new explanation. *unbelievable*
Moreover, I found the book especially in the beginning very desperate, because I felt with the character Alison who was in a psychiatric institution and because I also didn’t know what was wrong with her. One had to decipher these questions slowly together with the central figure and additional, this was partially also a little bit long-winded and laborious. But as soon as the first answers came and also the man of the story appeared, Faraday (by the way ^^), the book also got more action, tension and the feeling while reading changed positively. The basic tenor of Alison’s attitude, as well as the feelings which were given in the book became more hopeful and I could imagine a positive end.
After the middle section came once more a new turn, which has totally surprised me and has also increased my enthusiasm because the book was incredibly versatile, as well as the characters and it became better and better.

Now to the characters: At the beginning Alison was a little bit frightened off and unstable and it was hard to form an opinion about her. But soon she has taken me for herself, by her strength and friendliness, and she has never really wept or was whiny, although she had to go through though times. And also Faraday was a character who won my heart and there was just little to criticize about him.

Now we got to the spoiler. Please don’t read further if you’ve not read the book yet: SPOILER!!

Up to the end I would have given 4 points, because of the character development, to the writing style and the change ability of the action. Unfortunately, the end was however too discouraging to me and to was kept open, too open for my taste. That wouldn’t have disturbed so much if I could hold the second book in my hands soon. But it is not sure yet whether there is a second part to this book and, hence, the end is not so great.

PS: I’m sure of the fact that everything has really happened in this universe in such a way as Alison has described it and I don’t think that she still lies in the psychic institution and has imagined everything with Faraday etc. However, I’m also a positively thinker and I hope I’m right on this occasion, really! 🙂
Otherwise it would be sad.

Cover:
I like the book Cover thought it the beginning I thought otherwise; particularly, because it also reflects a little the basic mood which is given in the book.

All in all:
A new story which I haven’t read like this so far and I’m amazed, how creatively and imaginatively the author has inserted twists to the plot.

Rating:
3,5 of 5 points

Quotes:

Alison: “I realized then that even though I was a tiny speck in an infinite cosmos, a blip on the timeline of eternity, I was not without purpose.”

Faraday: “ “Every time you show your feelings, you apologize. Have you ever had an emotion in your life that you weren’t ashamed of?”

Alison: “Dark chocolate, poured over velvet: that was how his voice tasted. I wanted him to follow me around and narrate the rest of my life.”
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Succession:

# 1: R. J. Anderson – Ultraviolet »
# 2: R. J. Anderson – Quicksilver


About the author – R.J. Anderson:
R. J. Anderson was born in Uganda, raised in Ontario, went to school in New Jersey, and has spent much of her life dreaming of other worlds entirely.As a child she immersed herself in fairy tales, mythology, and the works of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien and E. Nesbit; later she found inspiration in books by Ursula LeGuin, Patricia A. McKillip and Robin McKinley, and learned to take as much pleasure from their language as the stories they told.
Now married and a mother of three, Rebecca reads to her sons the classic works of fantasy and science fiction that enlivened her own childhood, and tries to bring a similar excitement and timeless wonder to the novels she writes for children and teens. She currently lives in the beautiful theatre town of Stratford, Ontario. (Source: http://www.rj-anderson.com/ )

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B*Trailer: Nightshade #1

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‚Nightshade‘
by Andrea Cremer

(‚Die Wächter‘)

From the book series: Nightshade # 1

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The American, British, French and German Cover almost look the same, there are only some differences at the title or the colors, but for me these Covers are the most appealing. I’ve the German Book at home and I just LOVE the Cover. For me the cover was definitely the reason to buy the book.

Das amerikanische, britische, französische und deutsche Cover schauen fast identisch aus und habe nur kleine Unterschiede beim Titel oder bei der Farbgebung, aber für mich sind diese Covers die schönsten. Ich habe zuhause das deutsche Buch und ich LIEBE das Cover und es war für mich definitiv der Grund das Buch zu kaufen.

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