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I just couldn't plough through the really, really, really, really, really, really (even by German standards), really long non-verbal scenes.But...the dialogue was just so apt! I used work at one of the largest City firms in London and believe me, lawyers, whether The Vampire: A Casebook English or German, talk exactly like this.So...the book received the usual treatment of first 3 chapters and last chapter and skimming everywhere else when I cannot summon sufficient concentratio. The prose is more of a police procedural, with external perspectives, stylistically "harder", and linear with less dialogue than perhaps what we as The Vampire: A Casebook Americans have come to expec. I loved the 'talking' cat and the girl who came into her witch-y powers...could have handled the sudden shift to another world...but the conversations were so unrealistic and the heroine so not a strong or The Vampire: A Casebook resourceful character, I just couldn't give this more than two star. It’s just one more hurtful secret The Vampire: A Casebook to be kept in this parallel universe of liars.Surrounded by superficiality, infidelity, and lies, Robin, 15 and a self-described “chunk,” has a secret of her own—she can’t stay away from Frankie, eithe.
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Friedrich NietzscheFriedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (1844–1900) was a German philosopher of the late 19th century who challenged the foundations of Christianity and traditional moralit. I think I'm lucky to have the next book waiting for me.I love Nicola Claire's romance novels almost as much as her Kindred Series because unlike other romances I can never predict what's about to happen, she writes in such a way that there could be a multitude of outcomes and what comes about is usually something I've never even thought of, which I lov. The novel is celebrated not so much for its plot as its acute tracing of Lucy's psychology, particularly Bronte's use of Gothic doubling to represent externally what her protagonist is suffering internally. - Excerpted from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Friedrich NietzscheFriedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (1844–1900) was a German philosopher of the late 19th century who challenged the foundations of Christianity and traditional moralit. I love the cover!Weaknesses: Does the talking dog send this over to sci fi/fantasy? I imagine it doe. After four books and one novella, these characters have become like family to m. Each day he follows the same invariable routine, going to the office where he works as a meteorologist, and where he has minimal interaction with his colleague. A lot of authors think that a love triangle needs to show the males fighting (in some form) over the female and honestly why? Either the woman loves you or she doesn't, if she doesn't, fighting with the guy she does love will not change her mind.In order for Chrysabelle to retrieve the ring that Mortalis hid she needs to go to New Orlean.