The Night Hunt

The Night Hunt

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Verkaufsrang

13502

Einband

Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

10.10.2023

Verlag

Feiwel & Friends

Seitenzahl

384

Beschreibung

Details

Verkaufsrang

13502

Einband

Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

10.10.2023

Verlag

Feiwel & Friends

Seitenzahl

384

Maße (L/B/H)

21,3/13,9/3,7 cm

Gewicht

434 g

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-1-250-89744-2

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Sara aus Stuttgart am 06.11.2023

Bewertungsnummer: 2062900

Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

unexpected to me, I really loved it. In its simplicity, everything falls in the right place. This book is dual-POV told by the two main characters. Asia is a Nefas, a monster feeding on fear, while Silas is a herald, sort of messenger of the gods and he who carries the souls of the dead to their destination in the beyond. They ally together to help each other (Silas wants to get his memory back and Atia wants to get rid of curse inflicted on her by the gods) and discover mysteries of their condition as well. We have a map (hehe, I love maps) and we see that there is a mortal realm, which is divided into four kingdom, one for each of the four elements, and a divine realm, called Oksenia, divided in districts by rivers. In the mortal realm, also monsters live, like vampires and banshees, all subjected to the laws and punishments set by gods. I would usually dislike mixtures from different repertoires, but in case, I felt it worked pretty nicely. I also loved the side characters and in general the characters and the romance were very lovable. The weakest point of this books was its predicability. Nonetheless, I enjoyed the characters, the setting and the magic so much that I didn't mind it too much.
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Sara aus Stuttgart am 06.11.2023
Bewertungsnummer: 2062900
Bewertet: Buch (Taschenbuch)

unexpected to me, I really loved it. In its simplicity, everything falls in the right place. This book is dual-POV told by the two main characters. Asia is a Nefas, a monster feeding on fear, while Silas is a herald, sort of messenger of the gods and he who carries the souls of the dead to their destination in the beyond. They ally together to help each other (Silas wants to get his memory back and Atia wants to get rid of curse inflicted on her by the gods) and discover mysteries of their condition as well. We have a map (hehe, I love maps) and we see that there is a mortal realm, which is divided into four kingdom, one for each of the four elements, and a divine realm, called Oksenia, divided in districts by rivers. In the mortal realm, also monsters live, like vampires and banshees, all subjected to the laws and punishments set by gods. I would usually dislike mixtures from different repertoires, but in case, I felt it worked pretty nicely. I also loved the side characters and in general the characters and the romance were very lovable. The weakest point of this books was its predicability. Nonetheless, I enjoyed the characters, the setting and the magic so much that I didn't mind it too much.

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