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City of the Fallen - Diana Bocco
City of the Fallen
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3.57 70
Format: kindle
ISBN: 1490347518
Pages no: 191
Edition language: English
Series: Dark Tides (#1)
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The better to see you, my dear
The better to see you, my dear rated it
2.0 Pilot bait
I went into it looking for a short fast candy. It was all that, but I'm not convinced. Beyond the issues I have with the insta-lust/love, heavy enough to make a gal betray her species, and all the hypocrisy going on here, I do not like cliff-hangers. Specially of this type, because it makes the ...
A Voracious Reader
A Voracious Reader rated it
4.0 99¢ Challenge Day 10 ~ Top of the food chain no more
*Book source ~ Purchased at Amazon Isabelle Bryant, her brother and a handful of others have survived five years after vampires rose from the shadows to claim Earth as their own. The human race has nearly been wiped out and Isabelle is tired of hiding and scavenging to survive. Her plan is to turn...
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4.0 City of the Fallen (Dark Tides, #1)
What are some of the book's themes? Loyalty, passion and individuality. Isabelle is a human who 'surrenders' herself to a vampire but does so as part of a bigger quest. Marcus and Isabelle become embroiled in an almost forbidden relationship, or rather she feels guilty about it as they each try to d...
The Reading Cat
The Reading Cat rated it
4.0 City of the Fallen (Dark Tides, #1)
If you were to talk with the author, what would you want to know? How she is able to write so many different genres and still provide readers with a certain pull. When discussing City of the Fallen, we also realised that this author had many non-fiction books and other fiction novels. Almost each bo...
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4.0 City of the Fallen (Dark Tides, #1)
Top 3 things I liked about the main character. Of the two main characters, I'll pick Isabelle. It was easy to connect with her. Sometimes, I felt like she was in over her head and she had brought disaster on herself. But then, she was out to save the world (or what is left of it) and I felt her comp...
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