Filha da Tempestade
Publish date: 2011
Publisher: Editora Agir
Pages no: 432
Edition language: Portuguese
Series: Dark Swan (#1)
I spent most of this book thinking that I'd finally met the Mead series I didn't care about. The introduction and attention in the back half to Dorian made things much better. And is pretty much the only reason I'm willing to go on to book two. As a friend pointed out, he's Adrian. Which is a good t...
Eugenie Markham is a badass. She's a sort of hermitized badass, but when you're introduced to the world of shamanism and banishing Otherworldly creatures from adolescence, regular life just seems a little…out of your element. In Storm Born, Richelle Mead introduces us to a world hidden behind the ...
I loved this book. I originally picked it up just because it was wrote by Richelle Mead. I loved her Vampire Academy series and really wanted to read her other works. This book is very different from VA but equally as amazing.Eugenie is a shaman, known as Odile, Dark Swan. Her job is to rid the huma...
Storm Born in a nutshell: 1. Some prophecy involving a son which makes it so that every magical creature wants to have sex with the main character in order to be the father of that son, making it so Eugenie has to constantly fight off various rape attempts. She's not the only one, though. Lots of ...
⭐4 stars⭐"Yeah? What'd you name all those cats?""Death, Famine, Pestilence, War, and Mr. Whiskers.""You named your cats after the riders of the apocal- wait. Mr. Whiskers?""Well, there are only four horsemen."
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