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Review: That girl started her own country by Holy Ghost Writer

Friday, December 28, 2012
 That girl started her own country Holy ghost Writer

     The latest mystery by Holy Ghost Writer dazzles with a tale of computer hacking, legal wrangling and kung-fu fighting.     International playgirl and jet-setter Zaydee is in love with investigative journalist Steven Larson, who is writing an exposé of the Bilderberg Group. Zaydee believes Larson is in danger, so she hatches a complicated plan to help him by providing him with a safe house and starting up a new publication for him, staffed by computer hackers. However, when Zaydee is set up and betrayed by her investment broker, the FBI arrests her. Since she refuses to identify herself, the FBI agents book her under the clever name “Princess Jane Doe.” However, she manages to take full advantage of her new royal title by using the esoteric Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act as part of an international legal procedure to defend herself, without legal counsel, against unknown charges. As Zaydee becomes a media celebrity, her true identity remains a mystery to both the FBI and the general public.      The author fills each chapter with intrigue, following Zaydee as she plots her escape from prison. The increasingly elaborate plot also features a math-genius professor and Yale University’s Skull and Bones secret society. The author effectively keeps the reader guessing each character’s allegiance as well as Zaydee’s eventual endgame. In the end, readers may be left wondering about the mysterious and colorful Zaydee’s true backstory—as well as author Holy Ghost Writer’s true identity.
  
Where to buy: That girl started her own country by Holy Ghost Writer

My review:

          I thought that this was short and I wanted more, but then again I would have felt the same if it had 600 pages. When we are talking about a good story there is never enough. Overall I loved it. It is a little different from what I’ve read lately.
          The cover doesn’t do the story justice.
          As usual is a pleasure to read about a strong and intelligent female character. Zaydee is mysterious and, as I already said, a clever woman; she reminded me a little of James Bond. And a story about a female James Bond is always entertaining for me.

          I would have many great things to say about this book, I just finished it and my head is full of spoilers at the moment. The main thing is that if you like the action and clever plot you will absolutely love this. It’s fresh, always in a constant rush, a combination of various genres in just one book, it has thriller, mystery and a little of a love story.

          I am now curious about “The Sultan of Monte Cristo” even though I am a little confused about the order of the books. I recommend this for the writing style and the amazing story.



 

Review: Shadows & Voices by Jason Ellis

Sunday, December 23, 2012

  
          Meet young Holly Silverstone, the girl who sees daisies turn to butterflies ... who dreams of places that she has never been to ... who is invited to study at the elusive and enchanting Highlands Academy of truth and excellence.




Where to buy: Shadows & Voices by Jason Ellis

Review:

          Shadows & Voices reminded me a little of all those books out there in which the characters are sweet, innocent kids. I really missed this kind of reading and I found it compelling; I’ve read it in just two nights.


          I pretty much liked everything in this book and everyone, but some things stood out a little more. I liked all the magic, but mostly I liked the fact that the unseen world and the seen one were somehow connected, that all the creatures we were afraid as kids actually exist in another world and just come now and then in ours to scare us. Monsters under the bed? Check. Monsters in the closet? Check. I simply loved this part.

          Another thing that I am crazy about in every book, and Shadows & Voices had plenty, is when a new world in created, in this case Obscura, and we get to read details. The amount of details makes a world, even is if not real, much more realistic. Jason Ellis did and amazing job when he created Obscura, I liked how the staff of the Highlands Academy communicate with their students, how they use magic to send them messages thru letters and books, which can be seen just by their students.

          Holly is one of those students and she just received her admission letter. Her mother is enthusiastic, but still responsible. Yep, responsible parents in a YA fantasy. Sorry, but I am so happy to see this part, because in most of the books I’ve read parents are dead, gone or simply not there to watch for their kids. The relationship between Holly and her parents is very sweet; they get along so well (another shocker).

          Also I liked how we were told two stories at the same time, one belonging to the seen world, mostly Holly’s story and the unseen one. It was a little confusing in the beginning, but I got used very fast.

          I can’t say that I found any violent scenes, maybe a little spooky at the beginning, but I think that this book can be easily read by anyone at any age.

Review: Alison Wonderland by Helen Smith

Sunday, December 23, 2012

         After her husband leaves her for another woman, twentysomething Londoner Alison Temple impulsively applies for a job at the very P.I. firm she hired to trap her philandering ex. She hopes it will be the change of scene she so desperately needs to move on with her shattered life. At the all-female Fitzgerald’s Bureau of Investigation, she spends her days tracking lost objects and her nights shadowing unfaithful husbands. But no matter what the case, none of her clients can compare to the fascinating characters in her personal life. There’s her boss, the estimable and tidy Mrs. Fitzgerald; Taron, Alison’s eccentric best friend, who claims her mother is a witch; Jeff, her love-struck, poetry-writing neighbour; and—last but not least—her psychic postman. Her relationships with them all become entangled when she joins Taron for a road trip to the seaside and stumbles into a misadventure of epic proportions! Clever, quirky, and infused with just a hint of magic, this humorous literary novel introduces a memorable heroine struggling with the everyday complexities of modern life.
Where to buy: Alison Wonderland by Helen Smith

Review:

     I’ll need to say this: this novel was unique and I am talking about the way the story and certain events occurred. I loved this! There were moments when I was confused, but that was all in the plot and in the end mostly everything is clear. I also enjoyed all the surprising twists, so if you like being surprised; this is the book for you.

     It would be impossible for me to put it under just one genre. When I started reading the synopsis I had the impression that it was a drama, after reading it I found out that this book had adventure, mystery and comedy as well.

     And I don’t say this very often, but I liked all the characters in this book. I enjoyed the different personalities Helen Smith attributed to every character. Still I had one favorite character, well I liked her more: Taron. I liked her craziness. I liked her more than I liked Alison, but that of course is just me being attached to a character that is not the main one.

     There was also a life lesson, or at least I saw it. Alison breaks up with her husband because he was cheating on her. Still she acts tough and understands that life goes on either way. She proves that she is a strong and independent woman and decides to get hired as an investigator at the same company that helped her prove that her husband cheated on her.

     This book was fun, filled with amusing situations, smart and funny dialogue. I recommend it to anyone that needs to laugh hard.

Review: Lizzy Blanchard's Memory by Michael Ashwater

Sunday, December 16, 2012
     Lizzy Blanchard knows she can't distribute on the East Coast but this time she's got something too hot to handle: a fab-plant capable of manufacturing slowdown, the hottest narcotic on the market. Paper-thin tablets that take a user back in memory, experiencing the same dream over and over.

     Gradus has been in the business for a dozen years and he's never seen anything like it. Lizzy's going blue at the temples but talks like she knows the stakes, smoking Mylar cigarettes, holding the fab-plant in her hands like it's her dying breath. Hitting the speed limit through a crumbling and dead New York, where the clouds are slanted and the future gray as gunmetal....



Where to buy: Lizzy Blanchard's Memory by Michael Ashwater 



     Reading this was like watching a dystopian movie in my mind. Michael Ashwater successfully created a darker version of New York with technology distributed in wrong places, more on people, less in the city. Drugs got to be better, while the city went downhill and bad guys roam the streets while most of the private businesses are non-existent.
     This is a short story (of 10k words) that closely follows part of Lizzy’s life that starts of, at least for me, as a mystery. I had the impression that she was shy at first, but soon prove me wrong: she is smart and calculated, a real business woman even though that is in a not so friendly field. This time she has something new and unexpected even for Gradus, who has been in business for several years now.  We see Lizzy and her story thru Gradus’ eyes, he gets to witness her ups and downs.

Pretty in Black Blog Tour - Interview: Rae Hachton

Sunday, December 16, 2012
          Hello, all. My turn again into the Romanian Pretty in Black Blog tour and I have the honor to host an interview with the amazing author of this series Rae Hachton. I simply love the answers and I know for sure that you will too.

Thank you for accepting the invitation to my interview. 
 
AB: So, tell us a little bit about you and about the Pretty in Black series.
RH: I am a believer of magic and fairytales but...
I never thought that I would write a book, much less a book like Pretty in Black.
Without Pretty in Black, I’m not sure where I’d be right now or what I’d be doing. The Pretty in Black series saved me. For one, I never thought that I would really ever be able to write an entire book, or if I did, I didn’t think it would ever be good. Pretty in Black showed me that I was very capable of writing a book, a good book, and that I could be an author. More than that though, at the time I composed Pretty in Black book one, I was going through a really rough time, but looking back at that part of my life, all I can remember about it now is how I spent a lot of time with Ellie and Marcus and I remember hardly nothing about what I was going through.
The Pretty in Black series carries a lot of emotions, and is about characters who are going through rough times. I think it’s probably one of the most truest things I’ve ever written.
Pretty in Black tells the story of two people in love, who have to go through a few dark times in order to make it to that magical, fairytale place.

AB: When did you realize that you want to be an author and what was your first non-published creation?
RH: I was always drawn towards books, I grew up reading lots of them. Books were pretty much my main form of entertainment. I don’t think it really dawned on me until I was in my junior year of high school that I could write books myself. Before that, I’d written tons and tons of poetry. Poetry was the first type of writing I ever did, so my first non-published creation would more than likely be a poem. I didn’t move into book writing until I was 19 and I didn’t get serious about it until last year when I was 22. That’s when I wrote Pretty in Black, which is my first real novel. 

AB: What made you write about the world in the Pretty in Black book? How did you come out with the entire concept?
RH: I was inspired to write Pretty in Black after an experience I had in a graveyard late one night in March 2011. I saw an apparition of two lovers—a boy and a girl sitting atop a stone kissing, but their embrace looked really tragic and I wanted to know why. I’m not sure if the two people I saw were real or not, but I couldn’t get the image out of my head. After hearing “My Time’s Up” by the Raveonettes, I had the first idea for a novel that would become Pretty in Black. I didn’t know that it would eventually be a 4 book series, this occurred to me after I’d written the very first book. I’m not really sure how it even happened, it was more magical than anything I’d experienced before. It was as though one day I woke up with a complete series spinning around in my head, and before I knew it, Black Satin was finished and I was beginning Raven in the Grave. But it all began in a cemetery, which is why Marcus and Ellie’s relationship begins there, too. 

AB: Did you enjoy writing more about a certain character? If so which one and why?
RH: Yes! Marcus Marble. I think he is what drives the entire series. He is the MOST fun to write. I ended up swapping to his POV because it’s rare in books for us to experience things from a male perspective, and with him also inhabiting the magical world of Nevermore, I wanted my readers to be able to experience that world fully as well. I’m able to get the most creative with him and his world than with Ellie. 

AB: I liked the world of the Evermores. What inspired you to create them? And for those that are not familiar with the creatures, could you give a definition?
RH: Evermores were created because I had always been mesmerized by the ideas of Vampires, but...there was always something slightly off about them. There were certain aspects about them that I didn’t like.
In high school, I was in creative writing class and I’d imagined that there was this gorgeous guy who would appear right outside the classroom window with his violin, and I would ditch class and leave with him. He would take me to a beautiful cemetery and play his violin for me. He was a vampire, but at the same time, he wasn’t. He was able to go out in the sun, his skin was warm and he had no desire to drink my blood. He was different. I’d written a scene about this in my creative writing journal in high school.
Jump forward to just last year when I began writing Pretty in Black, I was reading through some old notebooks and ran across that scene, and I was instantly struck by it. It became a scene in the book, the “Secret Garden” scene.
I asked myself, okay, if Marcus is going to be a vampire, how so? How can my vampires be different than all other vampires in existence?
Growing up, one of my favorite movies was The Crow and on top of that my favorite bird has always been the raven bird. It suddenly hit me how awesome it would be if Marcus could shapeshift into a Raven. And from that I was able to create the rules of his world, drawing from ancient mythology, and from my own imagination, I built his entire world.
I didn’t want to refer to him as a vampire, but I knew I had to give what he was a name. This is when I turned to Edgar Allan Poe, my favorite poet, and his poem entitled The Raven. In that poem, Poe keeps repeating “Nevermore..” and sometimes “Evermore.”
In just hit me. I was like YES! So I named the creature who could shape-shift into a raven or crow, Evermores and called the world they inhabit Nevermore.
Evermore are essentially vampires, but they are evolved vampires. They’re not meant to drink people’s blood. Their venom is actually made to heal people instead. That’s all I can say without spoiling the series for those who haven’t read it, and even for those who have read Pretty in Black but not Black Satin. But this plays into the overall plot of the series.

AB: Which part was more difficult for you to write and why?
RH: Writing Pretty in Black was actually incredibly easy. It just flowed from me. The hard part actually arrived when I realized I wanted it to be a series. I ended up removing a lot of stuff from the original draft, and I had to trust that people would fall in love with book one anyway, without all of the extra stuff I’d left out.
Pretty in Black is the simplest book in this series, because as it moves from book two, to book three, and even to the end, everything, and I mean everything gets more complex.
The difficult part was trusting my very own process of leaving stuff out for the sake of my audience, and trusting that they would continue the series, and when they got to The End they would go A-HA! Everything that happened in book one makes so much more sense!!
I’m not a believer in “More words=more story.” Some authors think that the more words a book has the more story is there, but I find that the opposite is true. I hope that everyone will know exactly what I mean by the end of this series, because there are so many stories built into one, but at the same time, it is still Marcus’s and Ellie’s story.
At the end of the series, everything is going to tie back to book one. Things that happened in book one that you didn’t quite understand....even simpler things like certain dialogue lines that were exchanged, are going to take on a completely different meaning. It’s like completing a circle. 

AB: Are the other books written from both Ellie and Marcus POV or only one?
RH: Book two is shared by Marcus and Ellie, but is mostly Ellie. Book three is almost all of Marcus, except for a few chapters by the Gargoyle named Walter—who is introduced to us in Black Satin, book two. The fourth and last book in the series I have not completely decided on just yet, but I know that the majority of it is coming from Marcus’s voice. The last book in the series is probably going to be as big as books one, two, and three combined, and will probably be divided into 3 different smaller books within a bigger book, much like Breaking Dawn, the last Twilight installment. 

AB: Speaking of POV, I loved the entire book, but I nearly died when the story was told from Marcus POV. Which was more fun to write?
RH: I enjoyed them both equally. I loved how we didn’t know who Marcus was at first, in the beginning and then I loved how in the second half of the book, when we got to his POV everything changed. But I do believe I prefer his voice the most! 

AB: Give me three of your most favorite quotes from Pretty in Black as a new addition for my quotes journal.
RH: The sun faded and night began to descend. The sky was a deep navy blue. Marcus sat his violin aside and dropped to one knee, as though he were about to propose. His eyes flickered with seriousness. He took my hand into his. “Ellie, would you frolic in the land of forever with me?”
I could give three quotes, but that’s my favorite one. 

AB: One song for one character. Which song would describe better each character?
RH: This is from Pretty in Black:
Marcus Marble: “Please, Please, Please,” by Muse
Ellie Piper: “Lovefool” by the Cardigans.
I think both of those songs capture what each of those characters feel for each other in book one. 
 
AB: Can you think at a quote that captures better the essence of Black Satin?
RH: He leaned me back, his hand entwined in mine, his other arm beneath my back. His long dark hair brushed against my skin like satin, as he pressed his ruby lips to my neck. My breathing was erratic, my pulse raced. “Are you ready for forever?” 

AB: What other projects have you got going on right now?
RH: I am working on completing Frankie’s Monster, my very own unique take on the “zombie” genre. After that I am ready to dive back into Evermore, the last book in the Pretty in Black series.
 
AB:  Please tell me: your favorite book, movie, tv show and song…if that is possible.
RH: Favorite Book: Hard choice!! I will go with a classic: Wuthering Heights or The Picture of Dorian Gray
Favorite Movie: Once again, a Hard Choice! The Crow or Queen of the Damned
TV Show? I don’t really watch a lot of television, to be honest, but once in a while I will watch The Vampire Diaries or Degrassi (which is a Canadian show and I’m not sure if you guys know of it? Some people don’t, but it comes on Teen Nick)
Favorite song??? Too many songs to count!
 
AB: Do you have any advice for young authors?
RH: Yes. Believe in yourself and start writing now, just do it, it’s just that simple.
I say this because a lot of the time, especially with young people, they feel like they need some kind of permission to write a story, and really, you don’t need anyone’s permission. The sooner you get started, the better it’s going to be. Writer’s write; other people just talk about writing, and never actually get around to doing it. You can start anywhere, with any sentence. You don’t have to write a book in order ( I never do!—everything I write is written out of order) You can start right now, you can write the ending first. You can even improve a first draft, but you cannot do anything about a blank page until you give it value, until you put words on that page. So, put words on that page. 

AB: Do you have anything you want to say to all of your fans and not only?
RH: Wow! I actually have some fans—I’m truly amazed and I feel entirely blessed that readers out there have read my work. I never thought this possible. To make it even more awesome, I believe that I have some of the greatest fans! Even better than that is that I get to talk to some of you, which is even more enjoyable. I believe that my fans are smart, funny, talented people and it’s a joy that these are the people reading the books I’ve written.
At times I’m not sure how an author is supposed to feel—(I don’t want to feel too authorly.) All I can say is Thank You for reading my books and caring about the characters I’ve created.
Pretty in Black was something that at one point in time, lived inside my head, and to think for even a second that there are people who want to read, or have read something that was all in my head, it’s...well...that’s amazing.
I’m a believer that a book will find the audience it deserves. To me, Pretty in Black is special, and I think that over time, it will also find its way into the hands of very special people.


AB: Thank you Rae for the interview. I just love your answers. ^_^

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Christmas Giveaway: Love Lines Series by Diana Nixon

Thursday, December 13, 2012

          Christmas is almost here and Diana Nixon has a surprise for all of you that want to read Love Lines and Songs of the Wind. I am in process of reading Songs of the Wind and the series is getting better and better. I already reviewed the first book, Love Lines and if you wondered around here you probably know that we got to meet twice the beautiful and talented Diana and her creations: Interview #1 and Interview #2.


Love Lines
     The traces of supernatural powers have always been crossing the world of human beings. Many people know about the existence of healers, mind readers, oneiromancers and wizards. But for centuries their lives have been kept secret and no one has ever heard about one special place, where those gifted people studied.
     Neither has Eileen Clark, whose life has never been different from the one other teenagers have.
     But one day everything changes. Eileen finds out that she belongs to the mysterious world of unnatural and the destiny leads her to Dever – a closed university for the people like her.
     Nothing will ever be the same again…
     New life, new friends, new enemies…
     But the true love will never let her down. It will help to go through everything….
Songs of the Wind

     Losing Christian hasn’t been easy for Eileen. But she’s not going to give up. Now she has to find a way to bring him back from the magical dream, where he was taken by Eric Lanster. Together with her friend Evan, Eileen goes to France – Meridin’s motherland, where she hopes to find out the mysteries of the dream’s magic. In a small town named Fontainebleau they meet a wizard, who turns out to know a lot of their secrets…
     Determined to help Eileen, Evan agrees to complete some special dream piercing training. But he can’t even imagine what he has put himself into. The magic of dreams keeps a lot of secrets. The spells are dangerous and their consequences no one is able to predict.
     Friends can become enemies…
     The ones they used to call their family can become traitors…
But the ones they love will always be there to help...

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Pretty in Black Blog Tour - Romania ~~ Review ~~

Thursday, December 13, 2012
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“You Just scared me half to death," I said.

"You should be thrilled you're halfway there.” 

Some Things are Pretty. Some Things are Black. Love is both.

[Ellie Piper]

She wanted to die. He arose from the grave. He was sent to kill her. She was trained to kill those of his kind. But fate had other plans. He searched for 119 years to find her. & There's no way in hell he's letting her go. Dead or Alive. They're fated.

[Marcus Marble]

How far would you go to be with the one you love? Would you die for her? Would you kill for her? What if the only reason you're still alive is because of her? What if the reason you came back from the dead, was to be with her? But what if your job was to kill her, but you fell in love instead? And now you're being hunted by your own kind?

Destroy? Or be Destroyed?
 Where to buy: Pretty in Black by Rae Hachton

My review in English:


          I finished Pretty in Black a while ago and it was a surprisingly fast reading. I was so into this book that I’ve read it just a couple of hours and I found it unique. Pretty in Black is dark and mostly revolves around death. As a matter of fact the story itself starts with the near death of the main character, Ellie, which tries to commit suicide, but is resurrected by Marcus.
          First the writing style was so different, as the entire book is, but the writing was different and alluring and at times poetic. While reading Pretty in Black I couldn’t help by imagining this dark world, Ellie’s world. I am pretty sure that there were sunny days, but I couldn’t help but to place it in a gothic environment, foggy and dangerous because those were Ellie’s feelings. I would be interested in re-reading the book mostly because some of the descriptions were so realistic, especially Marcus’ place.
          The love story. I don’t want to see this as an instant love thing, because it wasn’t. Marcus knew Ellie before they met and after that there certainly was an evolution in their relationship. I loved how Marcus was devoted and protective, a little bit violent, but I guess that is was in his nature. Oh in case you didn’t realize it by know, Marcus was not human, he was an Evermore, pretty much dead for a while.  
          Ellie, an ex-cheerleader was now the opposite of what she was because of certain events in her life: her sister was dead and she partially blamed herself, her father left home and her mother was not the loving woman she once was while they were living in a trailer park. I pretty much understand where the depression she felt was coming from, therefore she felt more comfortable in dark places like cemeteries then around people. In fact she met Marcus in a cemetery and this is the first story I’ve read in which the main characters start their love story in such an environment.
          Marcus was pretty much of a mystery for me as he was for Ellie. The entire book I needed to know more about his background and THANK YOU, RAE we got it. The last part of the book was entirely of Marcus’ POV and I loved to be in his head and memories. We got to see a little more of his history, a part of his life as a human and I enjoyed the magical world of this book.
          I would love to know more, I still have questions about so many things. I want to know what happened to Ellie after she received her happy ending without Marcus.

Recenzia mea în Română:

          Am terminat Pretty in Black acum ceva timp şi a fost o lectură suprinzător de rapidă. Am fost atât de captată de această carte încât am terminat-o în câteva ore, iar în final mi s-a părut pur şi simplu unică. Pretty in Black este un roman dark care se învârte în jurul unei teme mai puţin obişnuită: moartea. De fapt întreaga poveste începe cu personajul principal, Ellie, încercând să se sinucidă, dar este adusă înapoi de Marcus.
          În primul rând felul în care a fost scrisă cartea este diferit, ca întreaga carte de altfel, dar stilul scrisului este diferit în aşa fel încât te atrage, iar pe alocuri devine chiar poetic. În timp ce citeam Pretty in Black nu puteam să nu îmi imaginez o lume întunecată, lumea lui Ellie. Sunt sigură că au fost şi zile însorite în roman, dar nu am putut să nu îmi imaginez un peisaj gotic, ceţos şi periculos, pentru că aşa vedea şi  Ellie lumea. M-ar tenta să o recitesc în primul rând din cauza descrierilor atât de realiste, în special locuinţa lui Marcus.
          Povestea de dragoste. Nu vreau să mă gândesc la povestea lui Ellie şi Marcus ca dragoste la prima vedere, pentru că nu a fost. Marcus o ştia pe Ellie dinainte să se cunoască, iar relaţia lor a evoluat cu siguranţă după ce s-au cunoscut. Mi-a plăcut cum Marcus era devotat şi protector, poate puţin violent pe alocuri, dar am presupus ca e în natura lui. În caz că nu stiaţi asta până acum, Marcus nu este om, este un Evermore.
          Ellie, o fostă majoretă este acum opusul a ceea ce a fost din cauza unor evenimente din viaţa ei: sora ei este omorâtă, iar Ellie se se consideră parţial vinovată, tatăl lor a plecat de acasă, iar mama nu mai este femeia iubitoare care a fost, toate astea în timp ce locuiau într-o rulotă. Pot înţelege de unde depresia prin care trece, motiv pentru care se simţea mai confortabil în locuri mai sumbre, ca cimitirele, decât în preajma oamenilor. De fapt îl întâlneste pe Marcus într-un cimitir şi cred că este prima poveste de dragoste despre care citesc şi incepe într-un astfel de loc.
          Marcus în schimb este un mister pentru mine la fel cum este şi pentru Ellie. Pe parcursul întregii cărţi nu puteam să nu mă gândesc că vreau să ştiu mai mult despre Marcus şi trecutul lui iar într-un final a venit. Ultima parte a cărţii a fost povestită din punctul de vedere a lui Marcus şi mi-a plăcut să fiu in mintea lui. Am putut afla mai multe despre trecutul lui, despre viaţa lui ca om şi am putut afla mai multe şi despre lumea magică din carte.
          Aş vrea să ştiu mai mult, încă mai am întrebari fără răspuns. Vreau să ştiu ce s-a întâmplat cu Ellie după ce şi-a primit finalul fericit fără Marcus.

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