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Free download Written in Red ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free À As a cassandra sangue or blood prophet Meg Corbyn can see the future when her skin is cut—a gift that feels like a curse Meg’s Controller keeps her enslaved so he can have full access to her visions But when she escapes the only safe place Meg can hide De is at the Lakeside Courtyard a business district operated by the Others Shape shifter Simon Wolfgard is reluctant to hire the stranger who inuires about the Human Liaison job First he senses she’s keeping a secret and second she doesn’t smell li. 45 starsWow Ok looking at the ratings and reviews this is very much a love it or hate it kind of book As in some of my friends hated it so much they couldn't even finish Me on the other handOhmygod I haven't guzzled a book down this fast in a long time I've already ordered the next one from my library and I'm looking forward to it than I have anything in recent memoryBUT As a fair warning I would encourage anyone thinking of buying this one to look at some of the other reviewsSome of my friends complained that there was too much extraneous detail about Meg's everyday life schedule etc and that it wore on them uite a bit Now normally too much of any sort of words or details that don't move the plot forward will kill a story for meI'm extremely action oriented when it comes to books but for some reason I didn't notice this particular complaintWhich leads me to believe that it will come down to each person's individual experience with this one because the opinions are varying wildlyAnother complaint was that Meg was a miluetoast but I really liked her And SimonI loved that the Others weren't nice That they weren't just humans under their monster skin Shit They were scary as fuckAndI don't know This story just GRABBED me by the ballsIt's set in our time and everything is recognizable but it's an alternate earth where monsters live among the humans They're the alpha predators and we know it And the truce between the humans and the Others is precarious at bestMeg is a human sorta who ends up running to a compoundcity run by Others in order to escape her situation in life And she ends up turning everyone and everything on its ear in the processI don't want to say anything else but if you're interested in a new urban fantasy series I personally think this one is really fantasticCheers

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Ke human prey Yet a stronger instinct propels him to give Meg the job And when he learns the truth about Meg and that she’s wanted by the government he’ll have to decide if she’s worth the fight between humans and the Others that will surely foll. Buddy read with my wonderful friend Nina Let's do this DOf course if Meg had taken shelter somewhere else instead of stumbling along until she came to the Courtyard she might not have found them and he might never have known her So maybe Namid was wise to make human females do foolish thingsNotice to mariners I'm still trying to collect myself Thus I'm not in the position to guarantee that the following review will contain than incomprehensible gibberish I apologise in advanceI won't say that Written in Red was a surprise for me I already knew I was likely to appreciate it thanks to some reviews I had read and above all thanks to a couple of friends of mine who claimed this series was a hidden jewel of the urban fantasy world So no I'm not surprised that the uality of this book is so high; but for sure I am astonished by how much I enjoyed loved and adored itIf you have already read some of my reviews you must know I never provide a short summary of the plot not even the slightest description of what the book is about before writing down my opinions Very probably than a few details emerge just the same given how specific I tend to be when analyzing the different element of the book but that's all You will almost never find in my reviews a sentence like This book tells about Even so you won't find it in this one I knew literally nothing about the plot when I started reading Written in Red except that there were werewolves and vampires and I strongly feel this played a part in my overall enjoyment which as you may have guessed was very very high“It was easier when all we wanted to do was eat them and take their stuff” he grumbledAnd it had been easier when he hadn’t cared if he made any of them cry”• The plot is one of the thing which please me the most It is well structured solid not too fast paced nor the opposite It is exactly the kind of plot a first book in a series needs action is not neglected but at the same time the readers have time to get acuainted to the world and the characters totally at their leisure and without a bit of boredomMoreover this is one of those plots which are not composed of a single narrative thread what I like to call 'multiplots' And the thing about these category of plots that makes me fall head over heels is that at the end in those hectic moments of the final battle or anyway in that which is the climax of the whole story it turns out that all these separate storylines converge into one You already know they are meant to of course but every single time I think of it as a little narrative miracle It's so satisfying And it's not as wasy as it may seem to 'reduce' the intricacy of such a big multiplot in just one key moment• The world building fabulous I do not have any other word I loved its richness its impeccably neat complexity and can only admire and worship Anne Bishop for the coherence the attention and the work she put in shaping it A plus• The writing is maybe the very first thing that made my heart beat for this book Anne Bishop uses the third person which she surely knows how to employ and thus had me sold completely after only one page I'll always chose the third person narrative over the first person Besides she has such an enticing way to write with her full and well turned sentences and rich descriptions She is always precise about what the characters do and how and this gives her writing a sort of concrete material uality that I cannot explain Her style gives the world she lays down for us a texture and a consistency that made it easy for me to attune to the story itself Anne Bishops writes as if she is shaping something material Her writing is a sculpture• The characters oh good go

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Written in RedAs a cassandra sangue or blood prophet Meg Corbyn can see the future when her skin is cut a gift that feels like a curse Meg’s Controller keeps her enslaved so he can have full access to her visions But when she escapes the only safe place Meg can hi. 45 stars It takes a lot to interest me in starting an adult urban fantasy series these days so I was a bit hesitant when Written in Red landed on my doorstep This turned out to be a happy surprise however because it ended up being a fantastic readMeg Corbyn is on the run As a cassandra sangue or blood prophet she is able to see the future when cuts are made on her skin This is a painful process in many ways and she's desperate to free herself from those who have been profiting from her gift her whole life She soon encounters Simon Wolfgard a snarly suspicious shapeshifter who takes her under his wing despite his better judgmentWhat I loved I liked Meg as a protagonist and her attempts to fit into her new surroundings were well written particularly the subplot involving Simon's panicked endearing nephew Sam The secondary character are distinct and memorable particularly the reticent Tess who just might be than she appears Simon is fiercely protective of those he holds dear And there are short but thrilling action scenes with spectacularly awesome deaths I admit to being a little bloodthirsty but really I was wriggling on the edge of my seat as I was reading some of those scenesThis book also has one of the most interesting depictions of werewolf culture that I've ever read The way they interact with each other the hierarchy the thought patterns and behavior impulses all these were well thought out and integrated into the story and were both a little scary and endearing in turn These shifters are primed for action and much in touch with their animal side than their human one You want us to save any meat for you Blair askedHe wasn't human Would never be human I want the heart I'll come by for it laterWhen Meg was asleep But these wolves also aren't above some creature comforts now and then and can also be coaxed with cookies D A few things that could have been a little better the villains could have been complex The strutting on the make Asia Crane appears often and yet she's of an annoyance than a real threat After such a long build up the climax might've been drawn out Meg's blood prophecies are pretty cool so I would have enjoyed seeing of that And that cover oh sweet mercy that cover should be so much strongerI enjoyed this book so much however that those things didn't even matter in the end when there's great world building humorous dialogue and genuinely touching moments here and there I also liked that the book didn't fall into predictable PNRUF patterns of relationship behavior between Meg and Simon even though there's clearly an attraction The way they get to know each other happens gradually and it's going to be so interesting to see where their story goes in the next installmentAll in all a strong start to a great series If you're a YA reader who would like to try adult crossover titles this might work for you as long as you know it's not written in a wham bam instant gratification kind of way And if you're an urban fantasy fan you have to check this out I loved it I hope you will too This review also appears in The Midnight Garden An advance copy was provided by the publisher