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Sebastian (Ephemera Series #1)
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Sebastian (Ephemera Series #1)

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by Anne Bishop
 

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Long ago, Ephemera was split into a dizzying number of magical lands-connected only by bridges that may take you where you truly belong, rather than where you had intended to go. In one such land, where night reigns and demons dwell, the half-incubus Sebastian revels in dark delights. But in dreams she calls to him: a woman who wants only to be safe and loved-a

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Sebastian (Ephemera Series #1) 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 112 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
At first, I was sort of confused because nothing was directly explained.. after i understood everything that was going on i fell down a steep hill of complete immersion. I loved this book and cannot wait to get the next one on my nook!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this book in 2006, excited that Anne Bishop was coming out with a new series. I reread it when Belladonna's book came out, and read it again when Bridge of Dreams came out. I only have a few series that I start over at book 1 every time a new book comes out, this is one of them. I love the world Anne Bishop creates and Sebastian is one of my favorite characters. You have a lot of familiar themes from her Ring series: dark doesn't mean evil, light doesn't mean good, and the actions you take make the world around you for better or worse. Her books always blow me away with the depth of the world and I always find something new I didn't notice the first time I read through it. Her characters are complex and their relationships to the other characters are so well done. My only complaint about this book is that Lynnea is just too sweet and innocent and she gets really annoying after a while, but Sebastian is so richly done I still enjoy the tale.
helenredhawk More than 1 year ago
Anne Bishop has a remarkable ability to create worlds that no one ever thought could exist. Sebastian is one of those worlds. The book is about the battle between evil and good, an old story premise I know but Ms Bishop gives it a new twist. Instead of just dealing with bad versus good, the book also looks at the in-between of the two concepts. This book is "fast" read and is one that isn't easy to put down once started.
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EricaSES More than 1 year ago
I love love love this book. I want to move to the Din of Iniquity and eat phallic delights. The whole series is above and beyond fantastic. I cannot say enough what a fabulous author Ms Bishop is. Her worlds are detail rich lacking the overly boring 10 pages of the descriptions. You can really capture her worlds in your mind's eye. These books just make you feel so much and they serve as the perfect escape from reality. Unfortunately sometimes you will not want to come back. :) Thanks Ms. Bishop!
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Originally terrified I'd never find another good book like the whole Black Jewels series, and afraid Bishop's other characters wouldn't hold a candle to Janelle Angelline...Sebastian, Glorianna, and Lynnea do not dissapoint and draw you into their captivating and ever changing world. You won't be able to put it down!
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