Una serie di tragedie si è abbattuta su Venus Cove: per gli esseri umani si è trattato di dolorose fatalità; per le Forze Celesti, invece, è un piano demoniaco assai più vasto. Così mandano in città tre angeli: Gabriel, l’arcangelo guerriero, Ivy, la guaritrice, e la giovane Bethany, alla sua prima esperienza sulla Terra. All’inizio, Bethany fatica a calarsi nella parte di una normale studentessa e non sa come fare amicizia coi compagni. A poco a poco, però, per lei diventa sempre più naturale parlare, agire e anche amare come loro: agli angeli è proibito provare sentimenti umani eppure, appena incrocia lo sguardo di Xavier, Bethany è pronta a infrangere le leggi del Cielo. E, forse, il suo atto di ribellione salverà il mondo…
- ISBN: 8850238932
- Casa Editrice: TEA
- Pagine: 382
- Data di uscita: 23-04-2015
Okay so since Fallen was so much fun, I’ve also done a nostalgia read for this one and will be posting a Red-Hot, 1000 Degree Take within the next couple of days. I had intended to drop the review and run, but then I started reading the second book, Hades , and I physically COULD NOT resist posting s Leggi tutto
WHERE DO I EVEN BEGIN??? This has to be one of the WORST books ever written. Everything in this book annoyed me. It was terrible in every way : badly thought-out plot, hypocritically religious, with really (and I mean really) shallow characters. Did I mention it is was a hypocritical book? Can I
Reading this book was like watching Sinbad or Atlantis or any other one of those rubbish Disney movies that wanted to be like their original Princess classics but also new and fresh and imaginative. It's lame. It wants to be classic and awesome but also new and different (and I use the word "differen Leggi tutto
Honestly, I think when I read this book, my brain cells died a little bit. First of all, Bethany is a total idiot and is so clueless that I don't know how she even remembered to breathe when she woke up every morning. Bethany: *wakes up in the morning and starts turning blue and thinks, ohhhh what
Halo is a truly epic tale. Set in a dystopian world which has been ravaged by war, it follows two people: Bethany, an angel sent to riot-torn Los Angeles to save as many of the remaining citizens as she can and Xavier, a damaged boy she struggles to befriend and heal of his emotional wounds. As she
dnf @ like, 90 something % i want to die more than i've ever wanted to die before.
Given some practice in character and plot development, experience with real relationships, and some life perspective, it's possible this 18-year-old author might produce an interesting book at some point. As it stands, however, it's unreasonable to expect the average teenager to tackle such weighty
My GOD, how could anyone possibly finish this piece of crap? x_x I gave up after several chapters because it was just so bad. Not even the funny kind of bad. Just plain bad. It took a while for my brain cells to heal fully. I'll continue this book once giant unicorns poop out chocolate-flavored rainb Leggi tutto
This book has me raging like you wouldn't believe. First of all, the pacing of this book was extremely, *extreeeeeeeeemely* slow. I bet watching the faucet run would be more exciting than this. And why is this? The insane massive amounts of info-dumping in the beginning. Like, seriously, you get the Leggi tutto
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