Buy Heaven: Read 1 Kindle Store Reviews – THEY’D KILL FOR HER HEART The night that Heaven lost her heart was cold and moonless. But the blade that sliced it out was warm with her dark blood. The night that Heaven lost her heart was cold and moonless. But the blade that sliced it out was warm with her dark blood. David Pettyfer.
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I am sure you will not be disappointed. Her one thought was getting as close as she could to her name sake, as high as she could to see the stars. Open Preview See a Problem? I can honestly say this is now one of my favourite books of all time, and I urge you to pick chtistoph up and give it a go, you will not be dissapointed.
And i have to say that throughout the novel i was very much in the story. Telling us about Heaven first not that we know it was her at the time.
The reader is left with so many questions from the start about Heaven and her heart and its an insanely good time trying to solve these questions along with David and Heaven.
I definitely recommend this book, especially if you like fairy-tales. There were so many questions raised that I just had to read on to find the answers. But conceptually I really liked where it was going.
Review quote An original chrustoph story with echoes of Edgar Allen Poe Open Preview See a Problem? WELL, it’s just, gobsmacking. Because someone told him to. Merryweather, a book collector. Not sure how David is supposed to manage this in London, given the huge gaps between rows of houses!
In My Opinion Cancel reply Enter your comment here Liked the cover, liked the summary, and decided to look up the author. If your tired of reading the same similar book after book then try this, I heave you’ll love it.
Schaut man den Verlag an, das Cover, den Klappentext, hat man den Eindruck, dass es sich um ein normales Jugendbuch handelt. There were only curtain places where the sky, the stars, was visible over London for mush of the sky was missing. Item s unavailable for purchase.
Set in London it had a tense and eerie feel to it with christkph of action, a bit of romance and lots of secrets.
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It makes you really think what this book is all about, and figuring it out is part of the reading experience! It follows the YA Urban Fantasy formula to the letter, but the premise was honestly really good and christpph I thought with the building upon the lore about halfway through, it got even better.
It might have something to do with the translation, but I doubt it.
At one point I counted five weird similies that made no sense at all, in the space of a page. I am completely smitten and in love with this book. He made his way to London where, homeless and penniless, he made a string of rather poor decisions and judgment calls. So, overall, a bit disappointing, really.
The action was over as quick as it started.
Heaven by Christoph Marzi (5 star ratings)
That the book is recognisably set in contemporary London makes it so exciting – that it’s so close to home means that as a British reader, I almost feel as though I could live mqrzi the book. It’s unusual, tense, and full of unforgettable characters who hold back just a little so that you want quite desperately to know them better. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or beaven of our reviewer’s personal information.
Heaven chridtoph a good kind of different. David and Heaven have known each other for one day, and has already almost been killed by a maniac a couple of times. Drood into a terrifying character, creating a real sense of danger in the story through this villain.
And so begins David and Heaven’s wild, exciting and mysterious adventure – to find Heaven’s heart, and to discover the incredible truth about her origins. It was like finding water in a desert and not being able to get enough of it.
The reader is given brief glimpses into her past and she’s clearly independent, passionate, a mzrzi spirit who’s confused and searching, but her character is a bit lacking in depth for my taste.