Unhinge the Universe
Publish date: July 15th 2013
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, World War II
, M M Romance
I have mixed feelings about this one. I enjoyed the historical backdrop and the romance, but unfortunately a few things fell short. First and foremost, I wish we saw more of John and Hagen in enemy mode. They are sworn enemies and it constantly felt like they were right on the edge of real animosity...
Una compleja historia, con elementos delicados, maravillosamente resuelta. Sólo alguien con extrema sensibilidad y conocimiento, y completamente por encima de cualquier tipo de prejuicio, puede salir airoso de un planteo como el que tiene este libro. Lo más interesante es que no es una bajada de lín...
This is the first book I've actually finished in about three weeks. That's the longest slump I've had in years so thank goodness for this book pulling me out of it. I think what really pulled me into this story was the time period. I don't read many books set during WWII. Then there is the whole f...
About 15 years ago I decided that I’d read enough books about WW II to last me a life-time and would try to stay away from them. That was before I read ‘The Book Thief’, before I discovered Elizabeth Wein and before I even knew ‘Unhinge the Universe’ existed. So far, every single time I broke my vow...
I've read a lot of books / stories and seen a lot of movies - both based on real events and fiction of World War II. To say "I've had enough" sounds a bit harsh (especially for a Jew) but in a way, after reading so much about it, hearing from relatives and people around me, I have the feeling that e...