Andrii Stepanov Stepanov itibaren Narnevaaripalem, Andhra Pradesh 523261, Hindistan
Lizbon'daki dünya savaşından casusların ve işbirliği hikayelerinin retrospektifiyle karıştırılmış klasik bir cinayet hikayesi. 2010 tatilde sitede okumak
Halkım. Mücadeleler, korkunç hesaplar, dünyanın onu engellemeye çalıştığı zaman. Birisi öldürülen 3 milyon insanı nasıl engelleyebilir? Aptalca nedenlerle kendi türleriyle öldürüldü. Bu kitap kalbimi acıtıyor çünkü bu zamana kadar HER Kamboçyalı'nın hikayesi.
Eh. Yavaşlamak için iyi bir hatırlatıcıydı, ama benim için yeni bir şey yoktu.
Sarah Brunner, a great friend, recommended this to me as easy reading as a cure for boredom. I enjoyed it immensely. Its...imaginitive and enthralling. A reader could get soaked up in this book.
** spoiler alert ** Her books just get better and better! nora is getting jelous when she and Patch break up and she sees him spending more and more time with her enemy Marcie Millar. Nora now doesn't know who she can trust any more. second Novel in the Hush, hush series - brilliant
I loved this book so hard. Like really, no joke. I've been wanting to read this for a while and was so ecstatic when I got my approved request from Netgalley that I did a little happy dance. There were so many characters in this that I would want to befriend. Emma, our main character, was such a strong and sarcastic character that you had to love her. I loved her reactions where she'd always had a great snarky comeback to insults. She was a personality I related to a lot because things she'd say in a joking manner are things I would say. So big shout out to Shultz for making me feel like less of a loser when laughing at "You're a..." jokes. Ashley was so cute and somewhat childlike that I understood why Emma would be so protective of her within their relationship. Angelique, the best friend, made me love her little quirks and humor. I loved her as the person who did her own thing no matter what anyone thought. Cisco, who is the other friend, made me wish there was more of him as I found him to be refreshing in a school of a lot of snooty kids. Of course I can't forget about Brendan. I seriously fell in love with him. I even chose to totally ignore the fact he was seventeen just so I could swoon over him as I read, haha. There were so many times as I read where Shultz would describe him or where he'd say something and I'd have a dorky smile on my face and get all fangirl-y. I think his lean could give McDreamy a run for his money. I don't know how Shultz's did it, but everything about him was yummy. I don't think there are a lot of books out there that can make a simple kiss sigh worthy for the reader, but this book did it multiple times. Seriously, if I could build a machine and bring a book boy to life, it'd be Brendan.(Someone really needs to get on building this, please?) Another aspect that worked real well for the book was the way Shultz was able to describe New York. I felt like she was able to capture what life is like in New York and it made me want to visit it even more as I read. I also enjoyed the magical aspect and how it somewhat surrounded the story at all times, but it wasn't a main theme. Sure, there could've been a touch more to the magical aspects but I think leaving it out worked for this book. Overall, this book was a great read and I really enjoyed it. With all of her lovable characters and creative storylines, I can't wait to see what Shultz comes out with next as she's definitely made a fan out of me.