Shadows (Lux Series) Italian Edition [NOOK Book]

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Prequel di Obsidian nella serie "Lux".L'ultima cosa che Dawson Black si sarebbe aspettato era Bethany Williams. Come forma di vita aliena sulla Terra, Dawson e il suo gemello Daemon trovano che le ragazze umane siano... un passatempo divertente. Ma innamorarsi di una di loro sarebbe folle. Pericoloso. Allettante. Irrinunciabile. Bethany viene dal Nevada, e l’ultima cosa che cerca nel West Virginia è l’amore. Ma ogni volta che i suoi occhi incontrano quelli di Dawson si scatena un’attrazione innegabile. E anche se...
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Shadows (Lux Series) Italian Edition

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Overview

Prequel di Obsidian nella serie "Lux".L'ultima cosa che Dawson Black si sarebbe aspettato era Bethany Williams. Come forma di vita aliena sulla Terra, Dawson e il suo gemello Daemon trovano che le ragazze umane siano... un passatempo divertente. Ma innamorarsi di una di loro sarebbe folle. Pericoloso. Allettante. Irrinunciabile. Bethany viene dal Nevada, e l’ultima cosa che cerca nel West Virginia è l’amore. Ma ogni volta che i suoi occhi incontrano quelli di Dawson si scatena un’attrazione innegabile. E anche se i ragazzi sono una complicazione di cui farebbe volentieri a meno, non riesce davvero a stare lontana da lui. Attratta. Desiderata. Amata. Dawson però nasconde un segreto inconfessabile che non solo può cambiare l’esistenza di Bethany, ma anche mettere in pericolo la sua vita. Si può rischiare tutto per una ragazza umana? Si può sfidare un destino inesorabile come l’amore?Nel suo stile brillante e coinvolgente, Jennifer L. Armentrout ha voluto regalare questo romantico prequel di Obsidian ai numerosissimi fan della serie “Lux”. Una splendida storia d’amore che vi farà divertire e versare qualche lacrima.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788809789357
  • Publisher: Giunti
  • Publication date: 11/6/2013
  • Language: Italian
  • Series: Lux Series
  • Sold by: Giunti
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Novella; Italian-language Edition
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 606,364
  • Age range: 15 - 17 Years
  • File size: 533 KB

Meet the Author


Jennifer L. Armentrout is the USA Today bestselling author of the Covenant series and the Lux series.

Justine Eyre is a classically trained actress who has narrated over two hundred audiobooks. With a prestigious Audie Award and four AudioFile Earphones Awards under her belt, Justine is multilingual and is known for her great facility with accents. Her recent television credits include Two and a Half Men and Mad Men.

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  • Posted March 2, 2014

    I picked up this novella after reading Obsidian, because Shadows

    I picked up this novella after reading Obsidian, because Shadows is the prequel and I was curious to know more about Dawson and Bethany's ill-fated relationship. I have to say, had I known there was a prequel available before reading Obsidian, I would have read it first, but as things turned out, I ended up reading the first full novel prior to reading this prequel. That being said, I already knew the outcome going in, and yet, I almost feel like reading these stories backwards made me care even more about the characters than had I read them in the correct order. Would I recommend reading Shadows after Obsidian? Well, yes, I think I would, because even though I knew the ending going in, I had a healthy respect for all the characters and knew so much about them that I already loved the story before I even started reading.

    And just like Obsidian, Shadows is an extremely well written novella. Armentrout ties the novella and novel together seamlessly, giving the characters I loved, like Daemon and Dee face time, even though this isn’t their novella. She also gives readers more background information about the Thompson triplets, characters readers tentatively meet in Obsidian, but don’t obtain much information about them as they’re extremely minute.

    I will say that knowing the ending of Shadows was hard, especially as I’d gone and fell in love with the characters right away. It killed me to know bad things were going to happen to them, and yet, I also feel like there is a light at the end of the tunnel here. Based on the wording that Armentrout uses at the very end of this novella, I’m not 100% sold on the idea that what the DOD said happened really happened, so I do have hope as I go into Onyx, book two in the series. Likewise, I’m very curious about this bond that seems to keep happening between the aliens and their human lovers… having seen what happens to Dawson and Bethany, I am worried for our characters Daemon and Katy as they seem to be in a similar situation at the end of Obsidian. Which is another reason I’m not 100% sold on the end of Dawson and Bethany…

    To be quite honest, it doesn’t really matter what order your read these two books in—Obsidian before Shadows, or Shadows before Obsidian… they’re both beautifully written and captivating, and you should read them both.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 20, 2014

    Steel

    She walks in.

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