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Jerin Manthara Manthara itibaren Hiyung, Central Tapin, Tapin Regency, South Kalimantan, Endonezya itibaren Hiyung, Central Tapin, Tapin Regency, South Kalimantan, Endonezya

Okuyucu Jerin Manthara Manthara itibaren Hiyung, Central Tapin, Tapin Regency, South Kalimantan, Endonezya

Jerin Manthara Manthara itibaren Hiyung, Central Tapin, Tapin Regency, South Kalimantan, Endonezya

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Gerçekten eğlenceli / zeki okuma, Ripley ilginç bir sempatik kötü adam ve eylemin çoğu İtalya'da gerçekten canlı bir şekilde tarif ediliyor. Filmi beğendim ve kitap da çok eğlenceliydi!

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Her şey huzursuz yataktan kalktığınızda başlar. Gerçek karakterlerin ard arda, gerçek hayatlar ve herkes gibi problemlerle. Aşkı ararlar, bulurlar, kaybederler, onunla ilgilenirler ... Harika roman.

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Bir klasik. Sevdim.

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Fallen Angels and Love Triangles...this is what I posted in my link this past 'Teaser Tuesday.' I believe that phrase describes this book accurately, but with a little twist to it. On the night of her seventeenth birthday, Skye Parker meets two guys she's never before seen in her small Colorado town. One of them, tall, dark and outgoing introduces himself as Asher. The other, Devin, is more reserved with blonde hair and piercing blue eyes. Both of them seem to force themselves into Skye's life. They are in every class and appear around every corner. As attractive as they are, Skye's had enough of the stalker-act and confronts them for answers. What they tell her sends her seemingly normal teenage life in a tail-spin. Everything she's known to be true is tested. Who is Skye Parker, really? What is her destiny? There are tremendous similarities between this and other Angel/Nephilim books out on the market today, but I don't find that the fault of the author. That's the market today for young-adult fiction. But author Jocelyn Davies doesn't follow the usual rules of any other novel i've read on Angels. If I state any of the differences here, it would be a spoiler, but Davies does a great job with building her characters and keeps the reader hanging on. I don't see anything about a sequel, which would be an incredible disappointment seeing as how the book ended, so I can't imagine Skye's story is done yet.