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One word whispered through her mind. No, thought Kell as they set off. He suffered long enough. I hope that will change in the next one though. Also he seems to be unapologetically bi and I live and breathe for characters like that!!! Still, judging by the little we saw and heard of him I can already tell that he loves Kell like a brother and would never do anything to harm him. Also was it just me or did Holland and Rhy actually flirt with each other?

Can anyone please tell me how exactly Holland suffered?!!! Apparently the Dane Twins had a reputation of torturing and forcing people to do their will. What exactly happened before they ascended the White throne?! I really wish we would have gotten more details here, because this really sounded like an interesting story!

Either way the Dane twins gave me the creeps. Astrid even more than her brother Athos. Magic and malice indeed. The first time it was even BDSM style! XD They were very different but for some reason they still worked.

Plus they are both Antari. I wonder how their relationship is going to continue. There is a lot of potential that only needs to be explored. And then Lila brought her free hand to his jaw and tugged his mouth towards hers.

The kiss was there and then gone, like one of her smiles. Which is more than can be said about his parents, but Kell already knew that. Is it all yours? This was only just the beginning and what a marvellous one it was! Typical me! Do I even have to say more??!! Just bring it on! I got this! View all 52 comments. I’m not afraid of dying. Should have done this long ago. Kell is a magician named Antari. He has the ability to travel between Londons. Kell works for Red London royalty.

Or should I say- was adopted by the royalties. But, he has always felt as a possession and not as a family member. Well, except for the relat “Death comes for everyone. Well, except for the relationship with Rhy- who he claims to be his brother. The setting, the world that Schwab built, is so brilliant and fascinating.

The different ways of which London lives, how Kell found names to each London, by the way they function. I especially love the story behind Black London- which is sealed because it was consumed by magic. Kell meets Lila, a pickpocket in grey London- strong and spunky- a girl who desires to be a pirate, and longs for adventure.

I loved both Kell and Lila, and I really loved how they worked together as a team. In fact, the reason they met was because Lila stole the dangerous artifact from Kell. And then- how they found themselves willing to be in a dangerous position just to help each other. Which is amazing, because if you know me, you’ll know that I appreciate love that comes from acquaintance.

And who said there would be romance between them? Even if that seems to happen. And that’s the kind of excitement I like- to wait and see what happens between these two. Kell was likable from the very beginning. Then he realized how strong he really was, and so were we. I also liked Rhy, and I was sad that I didn’t get the chance to really know him as a character. Holland is another Antari, who belongs to the dangerous, magic-lusting White London.

But I was angry with him because he tried to kill Kell, and I fucking love Kell. I do hope Holland will be in the sequels because I want to know more about him.

They were strong, smart, sadistic and ruthless. It made me excited about the way they behave, and I was curious how Kell would deal with them. The beginning was mostly a back story, and it took me a while to get into the vibe of the plot. By the way- Kell has a mysterious coat that has a different look for every place he visits and there are so many- some coats he has never seen, or seen once, and then never again.

How amazing is that? I want this coat. T who arrives in London. This is my sixth month on Goodreads and throughout that period, there are three series that always appeared on my feeds and probably everyone else. E Schwab. Endless arrow pinned me to a wall. I actually liked this book for a while until the underwhelming climax happened. I love V. There is nothing remotely interesting about the plot.

These days, there are a lot of stories and themes that have been overdone but somehow managed to deliver immersive and intriguing plot with great casts of characters and their developments.

There are no developments at all for the main characters except Lila. There, I talked about the main characters personality and their development progression throughout this whole book within one sentence. Seriously, out of everything I ever read, Kell is one of the most boring character of all time. The only thing intriguing about him is his coat and it’s always a bad sign when the clothes is more captivating than the person.

Finally, the last problem I have with the book is the underwhelming magic and climax. If there’s one thing that V. Even all the action scenes in the book are really standard and provides zero intensity. I read the climax sequences with a face and emotion so flat that drinking a hot Chamomile tea will give more reaction to my emotion.

Because of these 3 factors that really shine from aDSoM. All 4 version of London have their unique characteristic. And for the love of all that is holy and sacred not this abomination Despite everything, I still like the book enough to finish it and I still have hope for the future sequels. It won’t be soon but I will continue with the series eventually with really low expectation. It lacked a touch of brilliance to make the book reach its maximum potential that the concept provides and I sincerely hope the sequels will receive the shade of magic it needs.

Jan 06, Elle ellexamines rated it it was amazing Shelves: zfaves , 5-star , favorite-relationships , gay-genre-fiction , x-series , sff-high-fantasy , lgbtq , genre-experiments , zreads , authors-of-color. So you may notice this book is kind of polarizing within the adult sff community; a little bit And for me personally it is Red London, a land of magic and peace.

White London, a land of turmoil and war and an overuse of magic. And Black London, the land where magic went wrong and burnt out. Only a few people can travel between worlds, and when one of the only two left, Kell, discovers a magic stone that could destroy his world, he and non-magical Lila go on a journey to put it back.

Let’s get the problems out of the way – the plotting is a mixed bag. Pro: fast-paced and never boring. This book is a page wild ride. Con: literally no driving force behind the plot. The characters don’t even have a quest until around page , and it makes the entire book feel just a bit messy.

Her smile only sharpened. It was nigh-impossible for me to not be engaged in this story. The writing style is SO GOOD, lyrical and gorgeous and with a really nice flow to it; one of my good blogger friends discussed her sentence structure, and it is so fantastic.

The worldbuilding is creative and intriguing and perhaps best of all, makes a surprising amount of sense for such a wild concept. Also, I would die for these characters.

Oddly, they didn’t totally grow on me until like While I could recognize from the beginning that the leads were well-developed and interesting, it took me a while to feel as if I had a concrete concept of who they are. And then we got to the ending and I was screaming in agony at the thought of these characters dying, and I was like “oh shit” and realized how much I love Kell and Lila and Rhy and how much I care about their relationships.

Schwab does a lot of showing, not telling, which makes the character development a bit more subtle; these characters are based off their motivations perhaps even more than their actual traits. Slow start, flawless payoff. I actually want to talk a little more specifically about these characters because when I think back on this series, they are always what come to mind. Kell is a grumpy child who we love anyway. Lila is a fucking badass genderfluid thief with a soft side and I love her.

Rhy is a bisexual prince [literally] who spends half his time dragging people. Even Holland, the sort-of-villain, is a super dynamic and intriguing character. I love them. They are perhaps two of the most different people ever and they love each other so much it’s beautiful. Super highly recommended for fans of creative, engaging fantasy. Blog Goodreads Twitter Youtube View all 32 comments. Jan 19, Hannah Azerang rated it really liked it Shelves: favorites.

My spoiler free video review is now up!! That was incredible!! Schwab is truly a master when it comes to crafting multidimensional, well rounded, and flawed characters. Rhy is so pure and precious. Kell deserves love and happiness.

And Lila. Lila Bard is my new queen. This was truly one of the most realistic fantasy worlds I’ve ever read about. I mean that in the sense that the world seemed like My spoiler free video review is now up!! I mean that in the sense that the world seemed like something that could actually exist. The world was complex and intricate, but just grounded enough that the concept of 4 parallel London’s is something I can truly conceptualize.

In other words, it made me believe that the magic was real. As always, Schwab’s writing was absolutely engaging. It’s concise and simplistic, yet still full of warmth and depth. This book was a bit slower paced but I thought that it matched the world perfectly. It was fast-paced and action-packed where it needed to be and still took its time to develop the world and characters completely. Needless to say, I loved it. And I can’t wait to continue on in the series!

View all 7 comments. May 27, Cece ProblemsOfaBookNerd rated it it was amazing Shelves: read-in , split-pov , fantasy , my-books , read-in , signed , reread. I love it so much. I can’t believe I actually get to move on to book 2 this time. My thoughts: “Now, think critically. There were one or two things you maybe didn’t love quite as much as everything else. Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4. As far as I can tell this happens to me for one of two reasons: 1.

This was a 2 situati Reviewed by: Rabid Reads 4. This was a 2 situation. And even though it’s been over a month, I’m still kind of at odds about what to say. Firstly, it is a fact universally acknowledged that I am a character-driven reader. I was not more than mildly invested in these characters until I was more than halfway through it.

Yet there was very little romance in this book. We have: 1. Characters I didn’t immediately connect with. Little to no swoons. And still. Do you see why I needed time to traverse the dark and twisty paths of my mind? But ultimately, it comes down to this: Victoria Schwab is a bloodydamn genius.

No really. She is. She created a world so vastly different from others I’ve encountered, with hinted at conundrums for a later date, and characters who are. They are also broken. In remarkably similar ways despite the disparity of their situations. Kell is a member of the royal family. A prince. Brother to the heir.

Except he isn’t. And he knows it, they know it, everyone knows it. But everyone pretends. Just like Kell pretends not to be consumed with questions about what came before. She is astonishingly intelligent. She is independent. If she had a middle name, it would almost certainly be Hubris. And yet, she is bitterly fragile.

She wants nothing from no one, and accepts nothing she cannot immediately repay, negating any debt she feels is owed. She’s painful to watch. But I had to watch. Had to. How customer reviews and ratings work Customer Reviews, including Product Star Ratings help customers to learn more about the product and decide whether it is the right product for them.

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Please try again later. Great information, delicately made with very thin pages. Verified Purchase. There is a lot of great information in this book. The only thing s that bothered me were that the pages are very thin. Roughly, think about 1. As well as spiral bound so it’s a very delicate book. The size is ok for me. But, how it’s bound and the thin paper used leads me to feel that this book won’t last as long as I had hoped. Hardcover, would be great and thicker paper would be a plus.

Otherwise, I would rate it 5 stars. Update: Finally, ended up ripping a page out accidentally. Happened while trying to prevent the book from falling off my lap. We buy these books every year hubby is a coin collector ; they’re the best for carrying to auctions where internet service may be iffy or nonexistent.

The pictures are clear and helpful, and prices are pretty current of course, he always does his due diligence before attending, but these books are especially helpful when something comes up that he’s interested in but hasn’t investigated beforehand.

This was advertised as the spiral, which is what we normally order, but it’s a bit odd as it’s a spiral with regular bound covers. The first we received was damaged–the cover was torn from the spiral inside–but the replacement was sent swiftly and I just had to take the book to the UPS store near me they packaged and shipped it I just had to give them a code Amazon sent me and the book.

It was easy to return, and I had a pristine, undamaged replacement within 2 days. I would order this again, but we will try to stick to the regular spiral rather than this odd hybrid. It’s a bit stiff and not as easy to keep open to the page he needs. It’s a great book, though, and a must-have for collectors. Like the book very much. All Auction Buy It Now. List View. Time Period Produced. Buying Format All Listings filter applied.

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Fans of Fantastic Beasts and Harry Potter can find out more at www. Read more Read less. Customer reviews. How customer reviews and ratings work Customer Reviews, including Product Star Ratings help customers to learn more about the product and decide whether it is the right product for them. Learn more how customers reviews work on Amazon. Images in this review. Reviews with images. See all customer images. Top reviews Most recent Top reviews.

Top reviews from the United States. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Verified Purchase. Just make sure to check the pages as soon as you receive the book. My nephew kept at me about my criticism of Harry Potter because I hadn’t read the books, well, with all this pandemic mess, I had time to spare so I started with the first book, and read straight through to the seventh.

I can say from my perspective as an avid reader, Ms. Rowling is no Agatha Christie, or J. Tolkien; however she does write compelling stories here that keep the reader’s interest. Many things I found to be predictable which irritated my nephew to no end; but this didn’t matter; she did have enough surprises to keep you guessing. I read for the joy of reading and can see the attraction of the books–however I also watched each movie after I finished a book and have to say–not that it surprised me at all–the books, including this one, are far better than the movie, even with all the CGI that makes “eye-candy” for the young folks who become Potterheads.

Rowling allowed them to completely change whole sections and timelines of the story in the book, when transferred to the screen. In either case, I find this to be the darkest of the series and I personally wouldn’t want a child of mine reading it until they were going on 16 because of language and the depth of rather dark imagery–I know kids today see and hear much worse, but I’m an old foggy and just think this should be reserved for upper teens as it definitely has the potential to create creepy imagery that could traumatize the younger children.

Parents, you be the judge as to whether your kids can handle a lot of death, darkness, eerie scenes and sexual innuendo, never direct at whatever age is best suited for your kids.

Now that’s my view as a parent and uncle As a reader, I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed the series and have my favorites despite having read all seven I need closure and 7 provides that. For all my criticisms–if you enjoy fantasy, and I love it with some mystery and intrigue– you’ll like these books, and this is one of the best in the entire series. You can’t put a price on that!

My ten year old daughter read the entire series within a few months. One of the books is almost pages and she read it in 2 weeks! Finding 1 book that keeps your child intrigued and helps him or her develop a love for reading is amazing. Rowling gave my daughter 7! Now I’ve been reading the books she’s finished and her younger siblings are eager to read them as well.

I enjoyed this book very much. So much is revealed in the character’s thinking and about how events over the whole story are related in subtle and intricate ways. An incredible story. And still, there was so much not in the movie s. You may know it took two films to tell the story within The Deathly Gallows.

Even while reading what seemed like a whole story, I was surprised to look and see that there was still well over a third of the book remaining for me to read.

 

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