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Or was he a boy? This is Clary's first meeting with the Shadowhunters, warriors dedicated to ridding the earth of demons. It's also her first encounter with Jace, a Shadowhunter who looks a little like an angel and acts a lot like a jerk. Within twenty-four hours Clary is pulled into Jace's world with a vengeance, when her mother disappears and Clary herself is attacked by a demon. But why would demons be interested in ordinary mundanes like Clary and her mother?

And how did Clary suddenly get the Sight? The Shadowhunters would like to know But what's normal when you're a demon-slaying Shadowhunter, your mother is in a magically induced coma, and you can suddenly see Downworlders like werewolves, vampires, and faeries?

If Clary left the world of the Shadowhunters behind, it would mean more time with her best friend, Simon, who's becoming more than a friend. But the Shadowhunting world isn't ready to let her go — especially her handsome, infuriating, newfound brother, Jace. And Clary's only chance to help her mother is to track down rogue Shadowhunter Valentine, who is probably insane, certainly evil — and also her father.

To complicate matters, someone in New York City is murdering Downworlder children. Community posts English Books pinned post 27 Feb at English Books pinned post 15 Nov A novel ePub Download ePub - https: When he discovers a previously unseen painting in the attic, he unintentionally opens a circle of mysterious circumstances. A tour de force of love and loneliness, war and art—as well as a loving homage to The Great Gatsby—Killing Commendatore is a stunning work of imagination from one of our greatest writers.

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Vladimir Arutyunov. Review In Germany, Murakami's latest tome was published in two parts, the first one entitled: An Idea Appears" - and you know why? Because one of the characters in this book is an idea. An idea.

Welcome to the world of Murakami.

Expand text… Our main protagonist is a year-old painter. He who remains unnamed has just been left by his wife and retreats into a solitary house in the Japanese mountains to rethink his life. While trying to figure out what to do next, he is confronted with the destinies of two other men who, at the crossroads of their lives, have made decisions that went on to haunt them.

For once, there is the world-famous painter Amada who used to live in the lonely house and who hid the mysterious painting "Killing Commendatore" in the attic.

Then, there's the protagonist's mysterious neighbour from the other side of the valley who seems to be impossible to paint. What secrets do these men and their paintings hide and reveal? While the story starts out in a realistic manner, it turns more and more surreal, and there are scenes that read like hallucinations in fact, the protagonists wonder whether all of this is actually happening.

I really enjoyed how Murakami connects all the threads and, by that, the lives of the three men. While the famous painter is not there in person, only through his house and what it contains he suffers from dementia and lives in a retirement home , the narrator and the neighbour develop a peculiar friendship. Through art and life, more and more layers of all three men are laid bare - and they reflect each other, but these mirror images are created with funhouse mirrors, which keeps the reader guessing about the differences and similarities between their experiences.

When Marie, who might be Menshiki's daughter, suddenly vanishes, the narrator sets out to find her - with the help of dying Amada and the idea. On this mission, Amada's painting "Killing Commendatore" proves to be the key not only to the old painter's hidden past in Vienna , but also to finding the young girl and to deepening the narrator's understanding of the nature of art. And art itself plays a major role in the book: Abstract vs. Japanese styles, the question whether art can capture the essense of a person, the role of the artist in society etc.

Especially in the second half, it becomes clear that Murakami intended his book to be a meditation on art - we shape our reality by how we connect the dots, and we can create reality by believing in our ideas. Murakami makes this point with his typical brand of magical realism, and he always leaves room for interpretation regarding what is really going on - the reader has the space to follow his own ideas inside the text. Just like the painting "Killing Commendatore" holds a different meaning depending on who is looking at it, the idea as a character in the book also takes on different forms - and in this volume gets help from a metaphor yes, also as a character in the book.

You need to find your own meaning and trust your own ideas, because " t he Commendatore does really exist. You should believe that. Online-English Classes. Khan Ali.

English Books pinned post 13 Nov There are a couple of other odd things, too. He weighs the same in his clothes and out of them, no matter how heavy they are.

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He mostly just wants someone else to know, and he trusts Doctor Bob Ellis. One of the women is friendly; the other, cold as ice.

Both are trying to launch a new restaurant, but the people of Castle Rock want no part of a gay married couple, and the place is in trouble. When Scott finally understands the prejudices they face—including his own—he tries to help. Review Feel-good novel of the year? Here Stephen King steps aside from horror to write a poignant little novella on unity, tolerance and rising above the fray. Of course there is also a supernatural twist.

For me it works because of its brevity and not in spite of it. Just enough is explained to inspire reflection, without ever getting too political or caught up in unnecessary adventure. The ending image is mesmerizing. I love the emotional finality of it, although I'm not entirely sure how to interpret it.

Anybody want to start a discussion? As an aside, I feel the audio version is a must. Stephen King narrates it himself and the added personal touch enriches the experience.

Also, the audio version includes a bonus short story called Laurie also read by King that was published for free on his website a while back. It's an okay story, not amazing on its own, but meshes well with the themes of Elevation. English Books pinned post 26 Mar Allison was the youngest of the lucky ones living an idyllic life with her newfound family…until the night she almost died, and was then whisked away from the house and her adopted family forever.

Now, thirteen years later, Allison receives a letter from Roland, Dr. Allison determines she must go home again and confront the ghosts of her past. The Lucky Ones - Tiffany Reisz.

Sophie Foster. Can you please add A court of forst and starlight. Wena Capcap replied to Sophie. Sophie , just type in google a court of frost and starlight vk, it'll lead you to a page where you could directly download an epub! Antoinette Zerafa. Expand text… In , Philadelphia was a city teeming with promise. Even as its young men went off to fight in the Great War, there were opportunities for a fresh start on its cobblestone streets.

Into this bustling town, came Pauline Bright and her husband, filled with hope that they could now give their three daughters--Evelyn, Maggie, and Willa--a chance at a better life. But just months after they arrive, the Spanish Flu reaches the shores of America. As the pandemic claims more than twelve thousand victims in their adopted city, they find their lives left with a world that looks nothing like the one they knew.

But even as they lose loved ones, they take in a baby orphaned by the disease who becomes their single source of hope. Amidst the tragedy and challenges, they learn what they cannot live without--and what they are willing to do about it. As Bright as Heave. English Books pinned post 15 Feb In a society divided along Zodiac lines, status is cast at birth - and binding for life.

Who you are can be determined by a matter of days, hours, even minutes. Even for the most experienced detectives, every once in a while a murder can shake them to the core. Like when the Chief of Police is killed in his own home. For Detective Jerome Burton, catching the killer will change his life forever. Because this murder is only the first piece of a vast and twisted puzzle made of secrets, lies and tragedy.

The signs are everywhere. But is the truth written in the stars or hiding in the shadows? I'm struggling to think of a reader who won't love this' Sarah Lotz, author of The Three 'Impeccable storytelling. Undoubtedly a book which works both on the level of its intriguing high concept and sheer narrative nous' Barry Forshaw.

Zodiac - Sam Wilson. Review What an inventive novel. I don't believe in horoscopes, but it must be possible for the stars and planets to influence our personalities. After all, they control the tides and we're mostly made of water.

As random ways to segregate society go, our astrological sign can't be any different than the color of our skin our the class we belong to. Expand text… This is the way San Celestia is organized and, as with any other form of discrimination, it's just a bomb waiting to go off.

A series of murders apparently linked to the victims' signs may become the fuse. We get a lot of different stories, but the lead is Jerry Burton, the detective heading the investigation. Like all cops, Burton is a Taurus, so he is down to earth, reliable and a little stubborn I had a kick out of this: I found Burton so likable that I was suffering when things got complicated for him.

Reluctantly, he starts working with Lindi, a liberal hippy Aquarius, who uses astrology the way profilers use psychology. The more they find out about the motive for the killings, the more their lives are in danger. I'd like to recap all the special characteristics of each sign and their place in society Aries being the lowest of the low , but I'd run out of space. I can only recommend this excellent novel to everyone.

I chose to read this book and all opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased. Thank you, Pegasus Books! English Books pinned post 7 Jan Perfect for gift givers, collectors, and fans new to the series, the collection includes Divergent, Insurgent, and Allegiant, as well as bonus content: One choice can transform you.

Veronica Roth's 1 New York Times bestselling debut is a gripping dystopian tale of electrifying choices, powerful consequences, unexpected romance, and a deeply flawed "perfect society.

One choice can destroy you. Veronica Roth's second 1 New York Times bestseller continues the dystopian thrill ride. As war surges in the factions all around her, Tris attempts to save those she loves—and herself—while grappling with haunting questions of grief and forgiveness, identity and loyalty, politics and love.

The explosive conclusion to Veronica Roth's 1 New York Times bestselling Divergent trilogy reveals the secrets of the dystopian world that has captivated millions of readers. The Divergent Series. English Books pinned post 5 Jan An ancient curse.

A stunning medical mystery. And a pioneering journey into the unknown heart of the world's densest jungle.

Indigenous tribes speak of ancestors who fled there to escape the Spanish invaders, and they warn that anyone who enters this sacred city will fall ill and die.

In , swashbuckling journalist Theodore Morde returned from the rainforest with hundreds of artifacts and an electrifying story of having found the Lost City of the Monkey God-but then committed suicide without revealing its location. Three quarters of a century later, bestselling author Doug Preston joined a team of scientists on a groundbreaking new quest.

In he climbed aboard a rickety, single-engine plane carrying the machine that would change everything: In an unexplored valley ringed by steep mountains, that flight revealed the unmistakable image of a sprawling metropolis, tantalizing evidence of not just an undiscovered city but an enigmatic, lost civilization.

Venturing into this raw, treacherous, but breathtakingly beautiful wilderness to confirm the discovery, Preston and the team battled torrential rains, quickmud, disease-carrying insects, jaguars, and deadly snakes. But it wasn't until they returned that tragedy struck: Preston and others found they had contracted in the ruins a horrifying, sometimes lethal-and incurable-disease.

The Lost City of the Monkey God. Review As a longtime fan of the Pendergast series that Douglas Preston writes together with Lincoln Child was I curious to read this non-fiction book about a lost city.

Personally, I find mysteries likes this very intriguing. I mean a lost city that is mentioned in old documents, but no one has found? What's not to like?

Expand text… And, what makes this book so fantastic is that Douglas Preston himself was part of the expedition to what could be White City or the Lost City of the Monkey God. A place where no one has been for centuries, a place with a lot of deadly creatures like the deadly fer-de-lance, one of the most deadly snakes on the planet.

The Lost City of the Monkey God captivated me from the beginning, Preston has written a well-researched book, which gives the reader both the historical background as well as the impressions from the expedition. I always love books that are entertaining and learning as well, and Preston has managed that.

The only thing I found a bit dreary was the technical descriptions of the equipment that they used to pinpoint the city, but I got the gist and that was enough for me. I'm just not that interested in technical things so stuff like that always makes me a bit bored. But, I fully understand the need for it to be included in the story.

Especially since it pissed of archaeologists who thinks that it's cheating to use lidar to find lost cities. I loved that part of the story, how petty some archaeologists were.

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The Divergent got the quality to fit into any five of them and decided to go as Dauntless. She advised by other not to reveal her identity on others.

They change her name Beatrice to Tris and ready for next test. If she caught of being Divergent instead of Dauntless, this may be the last day of her life. Before I open my eyes, I watch him crumple to the pavement again.

My doing. Tobias crouches in front of me, his hand on my left shoulder. The train car bumps over the rails, and Marcus, Peter, and Caleb stand by the doorway. I take a deep breath and hold it in an attempt to relieve some of the pressure that is building in my chest.When he discovers a previously unseen painting in the attic, he unintentionally opens a circle of mysterious circumstances.

All opinions are my own. A hit with both teen and adult readers, Insurgent is the action-packed, emotional adventure that inspired the major motion picture starring Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Ansel Elgort, and Octavia Spencer.

Constant Soldier, The - William Ryan. One choice can transform you — or it can destroy you. I mean a lost city that is mentioned in old documents, but no one has found?

I loved, loved,loved this book. Roth keeps every chapter action-packed, moving Tris tantalizingly close to learning the secret her parents were fighting to unleash. I have really enjoyed a lot of books recently but none that have pulled me in so deeply,made me care for the characters so intensely or riveted my soul to a story so powerfully.