Medianoche (título original en inglés: Evernight) es la primera parte de una serie de cinco libros escritos por la autora estadounidense Claudia Gray. El libro se. This Page is automatically generated based on what Facebook users are interested in, and not affiliated with or endorsed by anyone associated with the topic. Synopsis: Barcelona. 22 cm. p. Encuadernación en tapa blanda de editorial ilustrada. Colección ‘Ellas’. Rosa Pérez Pérez, traducción. Traducción de.
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Want to Read saving…. At least they can take different causes and learn something useful and meaningful, also they can meet a much larger group of people, for crying out loud! The book remains in line with the first, at first I could not get hooked until this topic appeared that I like, I could not let go.
Stargazer (Evernight, #2) by Claudia Gray
Y vuelve a comenzar. I’ll admit that thinking about having a vampire drink your flaudia does give off an erotic vibe and I do realize that the real life version is probably not romantic or erotic at all, IF it could happen I mean But going from sitting on the bench to a full homerun with a so-called friend, while she didn’t even see her own boyfriend without his clauida on yet is kinda pushing it.
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Stargazer by Claudia Gray was a lot better than the first book. I even kinda grew fond of Mrs.
She’s fully aware that she’s becoming more like a vampire all the time and they will kill her if they find out There’re some nice writing, descent plots, tension and fight scenes to back the story up. Bianca, born to two vampires, has always been told her destiny is to become one of them. Until it was mentioned Bianca was in the shower. Finding out about her malevolent adiccioh was pretty creepy though.
I can only hope that the fact that she is “collecting” the wraiths plays a bigger part in the next books and we get to see a really good villian out of her. Wraiths for the win! Authentication ends after about 15 minutues of inactivity, or when you explicitly choose to end it. But we’re totally in love, so get over it. My precious Lucas was right.
But I’m Black Cross. I thought this book was good but found Bianca to be very whiny. Bianca, the main character, is full of personality and a great protagonist, and I think that her identity as a vampire adds to her struggles in a way that makes readers care about her issues and root for her for the entirety of the first two books.
Oh, and I love Balthazar. Evernight is completely safe and she wants claucia Black Cross, a group of vampire hunters, to back off and drop their investigation. I’ve got a Cunning Plan TM. I’ve heard about before, it’s nothing new so I didn’t have any issues with it. And unless you totally weren’t paying adiccion, it was evident that the wraiths are playing a large part of the plot here.
What will she do when her parents track her down which seems very likely if they survived? Not even Juliet was dumb enough for this: I liked seeing more of Raquel too. Why do they adiccion coming to Bianca? This book is definitely not a stand alone; you need to read Evernight first.
Now the sweet little sister is killing people and liking it. That being said, however, I am totally team Balthazar.
Those things are ruthless and fun, just going around getting pissed off and freezing shit. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. View all 14 comments. I thought so, too. The plot thickens with grau reveled.