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Cursed (Cursed Magic Series, Book One) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Casey Odell

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The night Claire Tanith’s small village is attacked, her mother sends her alone into the cursed forest, the one she’d been forbidden to enter all her life with these mysterious words: ‘They will protect you.’

On the run from her attackers, she soon finds the forest is not as abandoned as she’d once thought.

Beautiful and elegant, the elves seem to be everything the legends said they would be. But legends sometimes forget the true history of things and Claire’s eyes are soon opened to a world she never knew. One that has been kept from her for most of her life. All Claire wants to do is return home and start looking for her mother, the only family she ever had. But the elves have different plans. The mysterious mark that appeared on her arm isn’t a curse, at least not to them anyway, and before she knows it, she is whisked away on a mission she never agreed to, unless they help her in return.

Now she is stuck on an adventure with the perverted elf, Aeron, and one with an attitude, Farron. But there is more to this adventure than she’d ever hoped for.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 2082 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 334 pages
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  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B008NREGP2
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Cursed (Cursed Magic Series Book One) 16 mai 2013
Par Zephyr Book Reviews - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
This book started out really promising. . .we meet Claire as she is running for her life and you really can't get anymore exciting then that. But after I while things just had that "haven't I read this somewhere before" feel to it. A girl with strange powers escorted to somewhere she doesn't know by two men, or elves in this case, one that is happy go lucky, but has a serious side when its needed and one that is cold and distant, but really is very caring. Its not the first time I read a story with this plot set up, but I was okay with that for a while. I actually like books like that.

But unfortunately I have read much better with this set up. I still don't know how old Claire is suppose to be and didn't find out until half way through the book what color her eyes were and not until the end the color of her hair. It was hard to read a book and know nothing about the character I was following the entire time. It didn't help that Claire isn't exactly the smartest person around either, more then once I had to stop reading, just put my kindle down lean my head back and sigh before picking up my kindle again to fight my way through reading about her doing something stupid. I wanted to jump in the book and shake her. . .hard at times. But I also didn't hate her either, I may not have had any idea of what she looked like the entire read but she had her moments when she would say or do something that would make me smile.

The description of Farron was pretty lacking as well, since this wasn't my first time reading a book like this I knew he would be considered a love interest at some point, but I could never really get an image of what he looked like. He is at first described as having platinum blonde hair, then he has silvery hair. . .I let this slid and just when with the silvery hair one because I liked it better, but I would have liked to have a better idea of what he looked like.

There is somewhat of a minor love triangle going on as well. I really hate love triangles, but for once it was actually done pretty well. I wasn't reading pages and pages of angst about what guy Claire should pick or about how hot every one was. So it didn't really bother me at all, mainly because she stuck with one guy and was pretty clueless to the other, while we all know that he has feelings for her.

The story itself is pretty lacking, we never really find out anything. What is the reason behind the attack on Claire home town? Why did the magic tattoo show up suddenly on Claire arm? What does the magic tattoo do? What ever happened to her mother? Just what do the elves want with her? Where are they traveling to? Who are the people that want to get their hands on her? None of these questions are answered, considering they are pretty major plot points it was aggravating to end the book and still know nothing.

As much as I really wanted to like this book I just can't work myself up to being excited about anything and I feel disappointed.

Would I recommend this book? Sadly no, there are much better books out there with this set up.

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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Something to read when you're sick and can't reach the remote 26 août 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This book was recommended to me by kindle, and i had nothing to read at the time, so i got it (for free). I had no idea what to expect exactly, but i wound up getting this: fantasy setting; elves, centaurs, and humans; magic if fadings; body guard and girl have a crush; girl is "special" for some unknown reason; nothing is really explained; and not much fantasy going on at all!

I didn't hate this book, but after I finished reading this book, I can't say that I loved it or would recommend it. Character dialogue was good, pacing was perfect, and character development was just fine. It was overall, kind of boring and predictable. However, I am not usually a fan of romance and i think that's what mostly constitutes the 'story.'

I'd recommend it to young teenagers who like the innocent but sassy "independent woman" with "mysterious, handsome, protecting elf"
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Main character made me want to slap her 30 avril 2014
Par Gail - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
The main character, Claire, had me yelling at my book. This girl was supposed to be 22 but was so naive and trusting that she acted like she was 12. Luckily there were no men in vans looking for their lost puppy. I felt like this detracted from the book. She kept making stupid decisions, trusting everyone after 5 minutes of knowing them and just followed blindly. The elves send her on a journey that no one will tell her about but instead of questioning everything and demand an answer she just accepts that no one will tell her and follows them anyway. She meets Bren and after 1 day she is in "love". I just wanted to jump into the book and slap this girl.
The plot seemed interesting enough with the exception of the main characters actions. I will not be purchasing the next book and would not recommend.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Good story but... 28 avril 2014
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I find it quite surprising that the grammer is so bad. I am trying to accustom myself to the poor use of gerunds in our society today, but I draw the line at sentences such as "Us girls went into the forest." There were many such examples. I understand that character dialog could be taken liberty with, but not narrative. These concerns did not stop me from finishing the story, of course. I would give the second book a try.
6 internautes sur 7 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Shark jumping 101 10 juillet 2013
Par AvidReader - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book started off with great promise. The heroine is running for her life from some unknown magical destiny. You have heard this before, right? Well, that's about where the story goes off the rails.

The thing I hate about this book is the "Three's Company" aspect to it. That is where one bad decision begets another bad decision and so on, until finally you are left with nothing but a steaming pile of guano. I'll give you an example even though it is a spoiler. Our heroine is traveling with two elves in a time when elves are never seen out among humans. In order to explain this, the trio feel they need to concoct a cover story when they enter the king's city. Let me set the stage. These three are on foot, carrying little in the way of gear - - not even a change of clothes. They are dirty, their clothes are worn, and they are lodging in what might be the rough equivalent of a Days Inn. So the genius cover story they settle on is that the heroine is a high born lady from a distant town, and the two elves are her guards. No horses, no servants, two guards, crummy accommodations, and this is the cover story. From there, they end up invited to a royal ball (of course) by somebody who is so obviously a bad guy it's just laughable. And the idiocy continues from there.

I find these types of stories to be incredibly stressful. It's like being stuck with a stupid annoying travel companion on a flight from Dallas to Honolulu.

I would not recommend this story to a friend.
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