Dark Curse

Dark Curse

Number 19 in series

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Einband

Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

01.10.2009

Verlag

Little, Brown Book Group

Seitenzahl

480

Beschreibung

Details

Einband

Taschenbuch

Erscheinungsdatum

01.10.2009

Verlag

Little, Brown Book Group

Seitenzahl

480

Maße (L/B/H)

17,6/10,5/3,5 cm

Gewicht

252 g

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-0-7499-0953-6

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Rather disappointing

S. Fischer am 21.01.2021

Bewertungsnummer: 681636

Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

This is the 19th book in Christine Feehan's successful vampire romance-series about the 'Carpathians'. The Carpathians are a species of people who live on blood #usually without killing anyone#, react badly to sunlight and have supernatural powers, like shapeshifting or speaking mind to mind. Their problem is that only few woman are left and the men get more and more aggresssive over time unless they find their lifemate. If they lose control and start killing people, they turn into ruthless and brutal vampires who are hunted down by their own people. In recent volumes, the surviving Carpathians found out that an ancient mage, Xavier, is responsible for the fact that their women have almost no children anymore and that most of those are male. That's what 'Dark Curse' is about: Xavier's great-granddaughter Lara, who was abused and mistreated by him as a child before she could escape, returns to the Carpathian mountains to find out of her fellow-prisoners are still alive. There she meets her lifemate, dominant Nicolas de la Cruz. They mate, face some problems because of her nasty childhood and her resulting fear of drinking blood, then enter Xavier's lair in an ice cave to find the other prisoners and the laboratory where he experimented on diseases that lead to miscarriages. A few fights follow and Lara saves the day by saving several pregnant Carpathians... The book has some nice scenes, but all in all I was rather disappointed: - Nicolas is a stereotypical Carpathian with pretty much no depth or individuality. - The plot was less than original or inventive. It's a mixture of elements we've all seen before. - Several problems weren't resolved convincingly #it just sort of happened#. - The rather silly spells #badly rhymed, too# went on my nerves. - I really wish Feehan would stop adding more and more phrases in her self-made Carpathian language. It really disturbs the flow for me. I'd say this is a rather weak entry in the series and I really hope that Feehan will return to her old form soon.
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Rather disappointing

S. Fischer am 21.01.2021
Bewertungsnummer: 681636
Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

This is the 19th book in Christine Feehan's successful vampire romance-series about the 'Carpathians'. The Carpathians are a species of people who live on blood #usually without killing anyone#, react badly to sunlight and have supernatural powers, like shapeshifting or speaking mind to mind. Their problem is that only few woman are left and the men get more and more aggresssive over time unless they find their lifemate. If they lose control and start killing people, they turn into ruthless and brutal vampires who are hunted down by their own people. In recent volumes, the surviving Carpathians found out that an ancient mage, Xavier, is responsible for the fact that their women have almost no children anymore and that most of those are male. That's what 'Dark Curse' is about: Xavier's great-granddaughter Lara, who was abused and mistreated by him as a child before she could escape, returns to the Carpathian mountains to find out of her fellow-prisoners are still alive. There she meets her lifemate, dominant Nicolas de la Cruz. They mate, face some problems because of her nasty childhood and her resulting fear of drinking blood, then enter Xavier's lair in an ice cave to find the other prisoners and the laboratory where he experimented on diseases that lead to miscarriages. A few fights follow and Lara saves the day by saving several pregnant Carpathians... The book has some nice scenes, but all in all I was rather disappointed: - Nicolas is a stereotypical Carpathian with pretty much no depth or individuality. - The plot was less than original or inventive. It's a mixture of elements we've all seen before. - Several problems weren't resolved convincingly #it just sort of happened#. - The rather silly spells #badly rhymed, too# went on my nerves. - I really wish Feehan would stop adding more and more phrases in her self-made Carpathian language. It really disturbs the flow for me. I'd say this is a rather weak entry in the series and I really hope that Feehan will return to her old form soon.

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new species?

Bewertung aus Landau am 08.12.2009

Bewertungsnummer: 619227

Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

Ich muss schon sagen es ist definitiv positiv zuwerten das die Handlung endlich mal weitergeht. Im letzten Buch wurden ein paar Fragen bezüglich Xavier gelöst aber was mit dem Zwillingsbruder von Natalia passiert war noch offen geblieben. Auch war noch die Frage offen was jetzt mit den malingov Brüdern und deren Schwester passiert ist. Da kriegt man die Antwort in diesem Buch. Es stellt so einiges auf den Kopf und man muss richtig mitfühlen was den Zweien passiert ist. Aber ich will nicht alles verraten was im Buch passiert sage also nur wer wissen will was zwischen den beiden Außenseitern passiert, der muss unbedingt das Buch lesen!
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new species?

Bewertung aus Landau am 08.12.2009
Bewertungsnummer: 619227
Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

Ich muss schon sagen es ist definitiv positiv zuwerten das die Handlung endlich mal weitergeht. Im letzten Buch wurden ein paar Fragen bezüglich Xavier gelöst aber was mit dem Zwillingsbruder von Natalia passiert war noch offen geblieben. Auch war noch die Frage offen was jetzt mit den malingov Brüdern und deren Schwester passiert ist. Da kriegt man die Antwort in diesem Buch. Es stellt so einiges auf den Kopf und man muss richtig mitfühlen was den Zweien passiert ist. Aber ich will nicht alles verraten was im Buch passiert sage also nur wer wissen will was zwischen den beiden Außenseitern passiert, der muss unbedingt das Buch lesen!

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