An Ember in the Ashes 01

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Ember in the Ashes Band 1

Sabaa Tahir

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Beschreibung

'Keeps one reading long after the lights should have been out' - Robin Hobb Read the explosive New York Times bestselling debut that's captivated readers worldwide. Set to be a major motion picture, An Ember in the Ashes is the book everyone is talking about.

Produktdetails

Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 450
Altersempfehlung 14 - 17 Jahr(e)
Erscheinungsdatum 01.02.2016
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-0-00-810842-7
Reihe HarperVoyager
Verlag HarperCollins
Maße (L/B/H) 19,5/12,8/3,2 cm
Gewicht 323 g
Verkaufsrang 190

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M. Wowes, Thalia-Buchhandlung

This novel revolutionizes the fantasy genre as you know it! Let the amazing writing style of Tahir take over you and discover a story full of hate, love, betrayal and magic in a breathtaking setting. Fantastic in every way!

Ein Hauch von Tausendundeiner Nacht

V. Adamczyk, Thalia-Buchhandlung Augsburg

Gleich zu Anfang des Buches muss Laia mit ansehen, wie ihr Bruder von verschleppt wird, nachdem sie bereits Jahre zuvor ihre Eltern verloren hat. Ihr gelingt es zu fliehen, und fortan setzt sie alles daran, ihn aus den Händen seiner grausamen Wächter zu befreien. Sie schließt sich hilfesuchend dem Widerstand an, der sich schon seit langer Zeit dem grausamen Regime zu widersetzen versucht und wird unvermittelt als Spion in Blackcliff eingeschlossen – einer Schule für die tödlichsten Soldaten der Wüste. Dort trifft sie auf Elias, der für die grausamen Machtspiele dort nichts übrig hat und verzweifelt nach einem Ausweg sucht… Auftakt einer spannenden Fantasyreihe die mit den Reihen von Sarah Maas und Leigh Bardugo bestens mithalten kann und sie meiner Meinung nach sogar noch übertrifft. Absolute Leseempfehlung!

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Wonderful characters and amazing plot
von theLittleBookReview aus Bonn am 03.04.2017

This book is gripping from the first page onwards, it was hard for me to lay it down! I absolutely love the characters and the place where the story is set. The connecting narratives between both Elias and Laia depicts topics such as tyranny, abusiveness, suffering, redemption, betrayal and the search for freedom. I enjoyed read... This book is gripping from the first page onwards, it was hard for me to lay it down! I absolutely love the characters and the place where the story is set. The connecting narratives between both Elias and Laia depicts topics such as tyranny, abusiveness, suffering, redemption, betrayal and the search for freedom. I enjoyed reading "AN EMBER IN THE ASHES" also due to the political intrigues and the supernatural forces. All I can say is go buy this book, read it and thank me later ;)

spannende Phantasiewelt
von einer Kundin/einem Kunden aus Rüegsauschachen am 18.01.2017
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Spannende Phantasiewelt mit altrömischen Charakter. Viele Geheimnisse, sympathische Hauptcharakter.

THIS BOOK IS SO UNDERRATED!
von Beyza Ari aus Berlin am 22.06.2016
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'An Ember in the Ashes' is a book about Elias Veturius, a 20 year old "soldier" and Laia, who is about three years younger and comes from the lower class. When her brother gets kidnapped she is forced to run off and seeks help to save him, but in return she has to put her own life at risk. Elias has been at Blackcliff for 14 ye... 'An Ember in the Ashes' is a book about Elias Veturius, a 20 year old "soldier" and Laia, who is about three years younger and comes from the lower class. When her brother gets kidnapped she is forced to run off and seeks help to save him, but in return she has to put her own life at risk. Elias has been at Blackcliff for 14 years. 14 years of training how to kill and survive. But as he passes every exam without failure he realizes that his actions aren't just. Elias wants to leave but if he does that they will find him, torture him and then kill him. Honestly, I have been waiting so long for this book. Finally we have middle-eastern p.o.c. characters as protagonists that aren't exploited due to their religion or culture. In the mainstream culture of the typical "short girl with fiery red hair" this book stands out by the fact that there are a lot more p.o.c. characters than white people. Which is a very important message to little girls all over the world that get disappointed every time they open a book and realize there is no diversity in that story. You can't imagine how happy I was when I saw that my middle name (a very common middle name in the arabic-turkish culture) was also the name of a character (I cried) or that Elias was actually Ilyas before going to Blackcliff. Also the plot! OH MY! Both of our protagonists are constantly in danger and it actually drains the reader because you love at least one of them and you don't want them to die. And as if that isn't enough the tension increases with every chapter until the very last page. There is no way of getting bored throughout this book. It also has a very fitting touch of magic and fantasy. Creatures we know from arabic stories appear and improve the story perfectly. The characters: Elias Veturius is just too pure for this world. A young man that is constantly afraid of himself, because he might become a bad person with too much power. Laia is a little different. She is young and still tries to find herself. Her character is still very fragile since she is a teenager, but she has a very clear sense of what is right and wrong. Most of us can identify better with her than with other heroines that are just brave and courageous by default. Helene Aquilla is the very definition of a smart, independent and strong woman. She has trained along Elias for 14 years and is just as deadly as an opponent as he is. There are two antagonists, whose names I will not tell you because it might spoil some parts for you. One is a very nebulous character. We do not know much about this person at first but we know enough to fear confrontation with said character. The other just repelled me. This was such a horrible person with rape fantasies and a sadist mind that every time the person entered a scene my hands started to shake with fear and hatred. In conclusion! This book is great! It has great characters, a plot that doesn't keep you waiting, a world with magic and violence and a tiny love-story that is only mentioned along the plot, but doesn't interfere with anything else. I would recommend this to anyone who likes a little tension in the plot and a little touch of fantasy.

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