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The Beautiful and the Cursed (The Dispossessed) - Community Reviews back

by Page Morgan
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Burgundy rated it 7 years ago
Some reviews pointed out that this book turned out to be much 'darker' than expected. I had completely opposite expectations for this book. I wanted this book to be dark, sinister, and packed with mysteries. I ignored the cover and the title and got intrigued by the blurb. I just focused on Paris, a...
rated it 7 years ago
This is the first book i've heard done via audio. I'm still on the fence about audio books, i think i'll need to try another to see if i like it, but it's a nice way to crew though some more of my tbr list :] overall i liked this book, it was slow at times, but the action parts lasted for awhile...
YA Anonymous
YA Anonymous rated it 7 years ago
Angels, demons, hellhounds and gargoyles. Loved this book! Ingrid and Gabrielle arrive in Paris with there mother to find Ingrid's twin brother has gone missing, while young girls are disappearing and being found in pieces. While searching for their brother, the girls discover there is more to the w...
Traveling Through Pages
Traveling Through Pages rated it 8 years ago
This book is very different than anything I've ever read! It was truly fantastic. I LOVED the world and being immersed in it was such a great experience. The characters are very like-able and I really enjoyed reading about Ingrid. I loved the setting in 1899 Paris, very cool! I can't even explain th...
Kari@ From the TBR Pile
Kari@ From the TBR Pile rated it 8 years ago
The Beautiful and the Cursed intrigued me because it was so different. Who wouldn't think that gargoyles would be a great premise and change from vampires and witches? I really wanted to like this book. Sadly, it fell short. It was in one word, boring. Not a lot happens until the last 1/4 of the...
No Bent Spines
No Bent Spines rated it 8 years ago
4.5http://nobentspines.blogspot.com/Set in the dark, mysterious and utterly romantic city of Paris, Page Morgan offers us a stunning debut with one of the less written about creatures: gargoyles. That gorgeous cover drew me in but Page's unique and magical writing style and way with words are what k...
Diamond Dee Loves to Read
Diamond Dee Loves to Read rated it 8 years ago
actual rating: 4.5 stars This book is full of hot guys, badass ladies, and great gothic mystery. It's definitely one of my favorites of 2013. There really is only one fault I found with this book. The first 10-15% of the book was good, not great. I was a bit confused by the mythology. I was just wai...
Lunar Rainbows Reviews
Lunar Rainbows Reviews rated it 8 years ago
**An ARC was provided by Delacorte Books in exchange for an honest review**The Beautiful and the Cursed has a gorgeous setting, a fresh twist on paranormal creatures and as the title promises: beautiful people. I enjoyed the Parisian backdrop, the creeptastic gargoyle-lore and the mystery but overa...
Read and Reviewed
Read and Reviewed rated it 8 years ago
4.5/5 stars.I am not ashamed to admit that I have a deep-seated love for historical stories. In middle school and high school, I literally devoured everything historical romance; there's just something about the setting, the history, the way the world worked back then, that really speaks to me and c...
Take Me Away...
Take Me Away... rated it 8 years ago
The Beautiful and the Cursed by Page Morgan More of my reviews can be found here at my blog: Take Me Away...I'm not a huge fan of historical fiction, but when I saw that this book featured gargoyles, I knew I didn't have a choice. I HAD to read this. I never expected to love it as much as I did thou...
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