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The first in a new romance trilogy set in a multi-layered fantasy world, with plenty of intrigue and a love triangle to rival "Twilight". Twylla has the gift or curse of being able to kill with a single touch. Compelled to do the queen's bidding, she is destined to marry the prince. But when she meets a rebellious guard, she begins to question all that she's been told. The rebel offers escape; the prince, power. Ages: 12+

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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 352
Altersempfehlung 12 - 16
Erscheinungsdatum 05.02.2015
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-1-4071-4763-5
Verlag Scholastic Ltd.
Maße (L/B/H) 20,1/13,1/2,7 cm
Gewicht 244 g
Buch (Taschenbuch, Englisch)
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Damsel in Distress
von einer Kundin/einem Kunden am 16.03.2016

Melinda Salisbury's "The Sin Eater's Daughter" is the first book in a new young adult book series. Twylla is one of the most powerful women in the realm, still nobody wants to have anything to do with her. Why? Because her touch is lethal. Having lived in the castle as... Melinda Salisbury's "The Sin Eater's Daughter" is the first book in a new young adult book series. Twylla is one of the most powerful women in the realm, still nobody wants to have anything to do with her. Why? Because her touch is lethal. Having lived in the castle as the Daunen Embodied, a girl sent from the Gods, and fuctioned as the kingdom's most feared executioner for four years now, Twylla has made peace with her comfortable yet lonely fate. Until she is introduced to her new guard Lief, that is, who makes her question everything Twylla ever knew to be true. The amazing cover art is what made me buy this book. Sadly, it's a classic case of "Don't judge a book by its cover". The concept of the storyline itself is good and reminded me of "Shatter Me", which I quite enjoyed reading. Here, the heroine is a classic damsel in distress who likes to whine and pity herself, but doesn't try to change anything about the circumstances that bother her. Also, the love story doesn't feel right to me. Then again the end, like with so many other books, is quite good and kind of saves the whole book with some twists that I didn't see coming. All told, I was disappointed with the "Sin Eater's Daughter", but might still pick up the sequel.