Publish date: 2015-01-12
Publisher: Feiwel & Friends
Edition language: English
Series: The Lunar Chronicles (#3.5)
Als Marissa Meyer begann, die „Lunar Chronicles“ zu schreiben, wusste sie, dass die zentrale Antagonistin ihrer Geschichte auf der bösen Königin aus „Schneewittchen“ basieren würde. Ihre Figur faszinierte sie. Welche Frau würde so großen Wert auf Schönheit legen, dass sie bereit wäre, all diese furc...
Impressive effort to chronicle the development of a villain. While Levana's choices are obviously destructive, Meyer is able to give them some sense of relatability, or at least inevitability, and delves into motivation without justifying.
~*Full review notes on The Bent Bookworm!*~“Love is a conquest. Love is a war.”Feels:I went into this absolutely positive I would never feel anything remotely akin to sympathy for Levana. She’s such an unholy terror in the other books! And seemingly without reason. I felt like she just liked being e...
This review is also available on my blog, Bows & Bullets Reviews***PLEASE EXCUSE ANY SPELLING ERRORS. I LISTENED TO THIS WHOLE THING ON AUDIO, SO I’M NOT SURE HOW EVERYTHING IS SUPPOSED TO BE SPELLED.***We all know Queen Levana as the evil dictator who is trying to take over Earth, but here is her p...
I have to admit that in the beginning I was shocked by how much I identified with Levana. That feeling of having to sit by and watch everyone around you get everything you've ever wanted. The bitterness, anger, sadness and envy that threatens to swallow you whole. I enjoyed this book, though.
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