Umesh Loni Loni itibaren Shqiponjë, Arnavutluk
Bu kitabı okumak istemiyordum çünkü herkes bundan zevk alıyordu. Genellikle en çok satanları sevmem ve onları bir okuma seçeneği olarak görmüyorum. Bu yüzden yaklaşık altı aydır "okumak için" listemin üstünden aşağı doğru bastırıyordum! Kitabın ilk üçte biri gerçekten sürükleyici ve rahatsız edici. Zorlayıcı bir şekilde araştırılması zor bir konudur. Dini materyalin eklenmesini bile takdir ettim çünkü hikaye için uygun. Bu, yazarların hassas bir dokunuşla gerçekten uygulamak zorunda oldukları şeylerden biri. Kitabın son kısmı yazarın beni kaybettiği yerdir. Sonun uzun bir mesafeden geldiğini görebilirsiniz. Uzun bir rüya dizisini okumaktan biraz sıkıldım.
There was always something a little bit odd about the small town of Harmony, Vermont. It’s proximity to Reliance, where all the residents, save one crying baby, disappeared in one day didn’t help its reputation. But it was home to Lisa, Sam and their cousin Eve. Lisa was always fascinated by fairies – what little girl isn’t? But her stories began to include a dark fairy king who wanted to take her to be his queen – then, one evening she walked into the woods behind her house and disappeared. Fifteen years later Lisa’s mysterious fairy book reappears and Sam begins getting telephone calls from someone claiming to be Lisa. Could it truly be Lisa or some cruel hoax? The story sounds intriguing doesn’t it? In many respects it was, and it managed to keep me enthralled for about 2/3 of the book. Then the story began taking so many different twists and turns (which I usually do not mind), but I could get past the feeling that Ms. McMahon had many plot ideas she wanted to explore and tried to fit them in to the last third of this book. I lost a little bit of interest and found myself skimming just to get it read. That didn’t do the book justice, so when I got the end I was a bit disappointed.
Very nice addition to the series. Likable hero and heroine. The character of Olivia was very intriguing baring in mind her angelic background and waht she gave up in order to spend 2 weeks with Aeron. Loved the relationship between Olivia and Lysander.. The resolution of the problem at the end was intriguing even if I did have some issues - did he really need to lose his wings and his tattoos?