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Geist - Philippa Ballantine
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3.37 330
Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780441019618 (0441019617)
ASIN: 441019617
Publisher: Ace
Pages no: 294
Edition language: English
Series: Book of the Order (#1)
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3.0 Review: Geist
So i had a sort of love hate relationship with this book, Hate might be too strong a word, lets say dislike. It took me a while to get into it, Philippa seem to think it was hilarious dumping us readers into a new world with almost no explanation, must say not my favorite thing ever to do. So while ...
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0.5 No, just no!
I can't actively continue to read and support a book where the main character cheats on her husband. Not even if the author says she was in a dead marriage, we barely get any evidence of it besides what Sorcha says. She could have easily been left widow, but as she is still married and her husband...
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3.5 Geist.
Recommended for: Ballantine fans, people who like a little romance with their kick-ass women. Don’t let the first thirty-eight pages of Geist fool you–it really is a good book. My decision to rely on the library for first reads was stymied by the fact that my 50-library system had no copies of Ge...
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4.0 Geist by Philippa Ballantine
I have to admit it was the title of this book which caught my eye and influenced my decision to read it. "Geist" means in German ghost and after reading the blurb I knew I would be interested in reading the whole book. I didn´t regret it although at first the concept of a Bond between Guardian and S...
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The good things about this book: I like the idea behind the Order of Deacons – an areligious order of monkish types (the only traditional vow I think you could argue they take is the one of obedience; definitely not chastity) – sworn to keep the barrier between the living and the dead whole. I like ...
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