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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General readers will be swept away right from that first, explosive scene. Den Schreibstil empfand ich angenehm zu lesen, jedoch konnte dieser in meinen Augen das Buch nicht retten. It’s an ok book, really, but I was a bit disappointed.
The plot moved smoothly along from one point to another most of the times, but here and there I felt like I was reading a check list over plotpoints, rather than reading a story. Our customer reviews This was another impulse buy, I was intrigued by the cover and the synopsis sounded really interesting. Getting to know the characters their secrets and past was full of many emotions. Heaven an sich hat eigentlich auch gar nicht viel Handlung. I was really looking forward to read this one and it didn’t disappoint me, actually it was better then what i expected.
I’m sure you would love it! Everything unfolded in front of my eyes and i felt myself right there with the characters.
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Originally written in German this book was The book was fast paced because of the situations that the characters found themselves in.
Another unbelievable brilliant book!
This is strange to David, as Heaven is obviously still alive, and no one can live without a heart, can they? These answers came bit by bit and it felt like I was fitting together a puzzle. Heaven by Christoph Marzi international giveaway! I’ve never been to England but i actually felt like i was there. All I wanted to know in the hevaen was why Heaven had her heart stolen and get it done with. And so begins David and Heaven’s search for her heart. The reader is given brief glimpses into her past and she’s clearly independent, passionate, a free spirit who’s confused and searching, but her character is a bit lacking in depth for my taste.
Ich kann nicht mal sagen was genau es ist, ich mochte sie einfach nicht. Some how, David and Heaven fit in together heavej a puzzle. You can read more book reviews or buy Heaven by Christoph Marzi at Amazon. There were two things that disappointed and made me lower my rating. I’m hoping that I’ve interested you in this book enough that you will decide to go out and buy it – it is certainly a delight and treasure of a novel, chrisyoph one that will be sticking with me for a long time to come.
Jan 13, Dani C rated it it was amazing Shelves: I found every single character interesting, including a receptionist at Canary Wharf who only has 3 msrzi 4 lines! That’s such a lazy excuse I don’t even bother with the facepalming anymore. For seventeen-year-old David Pettyfer, life in Cardiff with his family became almost impossible when he was fifteen years old, so he ran away to London where he pushed drugs to survive. Now this is the weird part, the girl that has no heart, get this If I Should Die.
What she, this girl named Heaven, suggests is surely impossible, and David is convinced that she must be crazy, while also recognizing that she is christoh traumatized, vulnerable and in great need of his help.
Dec 01, ellie rated it it was ok Shelves: Preview — Heaven by Christoph Marzi. They had a conversation where they talked about memories being like postcards in our minds and I really liked that idea.
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But the blade that sliced it out was warm with her dark blood David ist erwachsener als so viele andere in seinem Alter und noch dazu wirklich sympathisch. I have had bad experiences with translated books before, often finding the story hard to follow, the dialogue not flowing or the book just not making any sence whatsoever. It’s the beginning of the story and there’s this guy that’s a Hunter.
It was totally different, unique, fun, fast paced and magical. It wasn’t a matter of simply not being able to see the sky; the sky was literally missing, gone, nonexistent. Heaven has her heart cut out of her body in the dark night, rendering her dead, or so she should be. The night that Heaven lost her heart was cold and moonless. Overall, Heaven is a beautifully-written modern day fairy tale about unlikely heroes, freedom, and the undeniable power of the human heart.
David Pettyfer is taking a shortcut over the dark rooftops of London’s brooding houses, when he literally stumbles across Heaven: This book is written in a way that will make you think, and mayve even question some things in your life. But the blade that sliced it out was warm with her blood.
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But the blade that sliced it out was warm with her dark blood The ending the crucial part of a story for me. Hier gehts am Mittwoch Given his back story and overall development, David’s a well-rounded character who I enjoyed getting to know.
And the men who would kill for her heart.