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El ladrón de puertas - Orson Scott Card
El ladrón de puertas
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9788445001783
Publisher: Minotauro
Pages no: 336
Edition language: Spanish
Series: Mither Mages 0.5 (#2)
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EricaO rated it
2.0 The Gate Thief (Mithermages, #2)
This is where I make a bunch of hemming and hawwing noises, all the "Hrrrmmmm"s and the "weeelllll"s and such.Let's start with the good parts:The writing is good. It makes sense, it flows well, I understood it.The characters continue from the first book. They don't change much, everything was pretty...
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The Library Lass Booklikes Blog rated it
Oh, Orson Scott Card, what has happened to you? I picked up Ender's Game years ago and was blown away. The rest of the Ender's Saga series was even better than the first book, in my opinion. I tore through the Alvin Maker books and even found the first Pathfinder novel quite enjoyable. But the last ...
Robin’s Reading Rendezvous
Robin’s Reading Rendezvous rated it
I’m not sure how I feel about this book it is muddled in my mind. First I generally have enjoyed books by Orson Scott Card and some of the story was there for me and other aspects just missed the mark. Things I liked include:The back story of Bel and Loki and understanding why Loki decided to start...
vnorthw rated it
The Gate Thief was much improved from The Lost Gate, in my opinion. I enjoyed the further development in the magic lore and the discovery of the reason why Loki began eating gates. I was a bit irritated by the fact that every girl that wasn't a mithermage wanted to get in Danny's pants, it seemed a ...
jeremyb rated it
4.0 The Gate Thief (Mither Mages)
It was okay, but...the teenage romance is fairly annoying.
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