Mind Games (The Disillusionists Trilogy, #1)
Publish date: March 23rd 2010
Pages no: 371
Edition language: English
Series: The Disillusionists (#1)
A hypochondriac as a heroine?! Interesting, yes! Not to mention different. Justine was recruited to help "disillusion" people who are not-so-good. When one is "disillusioned," their old self is broken down and when they rebuild, they are good. This was interesting and I'm glad I read it, but J...
Once again, I'm going to make things easier for myself, by using a blurb: Justine knows she's going to die. Any second now. Justine Jones has a secret. A hardcore hypochondriac, she's convinced a blood vessel is about to burst in her brain. Then, out of the blue, a startlingly handsome man named P...
I liked the concept of this... but I can't say that I felt comfortable with really any of the sex in the book. Not b/c I have any problem with smutty text, but b/c of the setting and what was going on. Too much mindfuckery and I found most of the people involved in the scenes of heightened sexuali...
Kennt ihr das Gefühl, in der Urban Fantasy schon alles gelesen zu haben? Vampire, Werwölfe, Magier, Dämonen – ich kenne sie alle. Trotzdem lese ich dieses Genre noch immer gern. Obwohl ich mit den Grundzutaten bestens vertraut bin, bin ich stets gespannt, wie der Autor oder die Autorin versucht, sie...
Mind Games is unlike any urban-fantasy I've read so far. It doesn't feature shape shifters nor vampires or witches. You won't find your 'typically' kick-ass heroine or at least someone who desperately tries to act as a badass in this book either. It also doesn't have any intricate love triangles, in...
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