I have heard about these books some time ago, and a comment in Charlaine Harris' Blog & Roll, with a discount on this first book on the series, decided me to buy the book. Now I'm hooked and I have bought the rest of the books in the series. The world is interesting and the characters enjoyable, some times it feels like things are slow, but the side scenes serve to present the characters and are entertaining....Continua
She wasn't going to give in. She wasn't going to hand over her body like it was someone else's property. She would fight as hard as she could for as long as she could. The only thing she would gain from fighting was her own sense of being a person instead of a thing, because the end would be the same.
This was the beginning of the prophecy she'd seen about herself.
This was the night she was going to die.
Okay, now. This book just made my week. Why? Well... I didn't want to put in down, in the first place.
Meg is not like the others hero of any others book. She is a cassandra sangue, a clairvoyant girl who runaway from the place where she was kept. And of all the places in which she could landing, she arrived in the Courtyard of Lakeside. She is a human girl, a gentle one, with strong will but fragile limbs and her skin is precious.
And what The Others are doing with her? Make her their most appreciate human in the area, an incredible friend and a little toy to play with.
The Others may be terrific things, but all I have seen is a buch of strange guys of all size awfully nice and handsome and pleasent. Okay, it's pratically the same word over and over again, but you know what I mean.
So, my hint: