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Cursed (Cursed Magic Series, Book One) (English Edition) par [Odell, Casey]
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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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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"
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Book runs shallow for me 23 mars 2016
Par Amy McK - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I don't understand what the pull is for weak female main characters; if only for character development. All Claire does is complain, cry, whine, yell, place her hands on her hips, and become an inconvenience to those around her. Sure, she tries to learn how to defend herself, but she's a moron so she still ends up needing to be saved. Everything she *might* do by herself tends to be an accident. The POV is 3rd person, but reads as first. The author doesn't let the reader in on the story very well, and if she did it was by the time I was skimming quickly through paragraphs looking for something important to read. While the ending felt prolonged unnecessarily, it also strangely ended abruptly at the same time.
Here's what kept it from a higher rating: poor story telling, no breaks in scenes which left me confused as to what exactly was happening, and flat characters. Aeron is supposedly a pervert, but I didn't find him lascivious at all. The relationship with Farron. "His expressionless mask that she'd grown so fond of." What? That truly made no sense to me.
Here's what kept it from a lower rating: Well, I've sincerely read worse, I finished it, and the characters weren't like chewing on tin foil or anything, I just didn't like them.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Mystery and Intrigue 2 janvier 2017
Par Kalli - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Claire leads a sheltered home life as a bar maid living with her mom who owns a bar. Her mother has kept her sheltered, taught her very little about the outside world, and doesn't let her stray very far. One night her village is attacked by Centaurs and Claire's mother makes a decision that turns her life upside down. She leads her into the Forbidden Forrest and sets her loose, on her own, and tells her to run. She promises they will meet again, but that "they" will protect her, and then she turns away from Claire and draws the Centaurs away. Having no other option, Claire is chased into the Forrest by a Centaur and soon runs into Elves. The only thing that saves her is a mark that shows up on her hand, which one of the Elves spots. After saving her, they take her to their King, and she soon sets out with two Elves on a mission upon which she is not privy to. They give her no information about her new mark, nor do they tell her about her mission. But she soon learns there was once a Great War between humans and elves over the Land and Magic, which she was not aware even existed until that point. She realizes just how sheltered her life really was. She is more determined than ever to find her mom. The two elves promise to help her in return for her help. Farron and Aeron, the Elves, set out with Claire as her Guards and allies. Along the way, she sees more towns that have been just as destroyed as hers. She begins to learn to fight with training from Aeron, and Farron seems determined to keep her safe from all danger. Including from the General Bren, who has decided to follow along on their adventure for a time. Farron senses he cannot be trusted so they make up fake aliases and travel plans. Unfortunately, Claire seems to be falling for General Bren. She is too trusting and too innocent after having been sheltered her whole life, and Bren plays into it by playing the shining Knight. This novel brings adventure, mystery, intrigue. By the end of this book, so much had happened to Claire, that I could not believe she was able to trust a single person (or Elf) again. I cannot wait to see what happens!!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 for lack of a better word, bored 19 septembre 2015
Par Samantha - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I don’t really know how I feel about this book, I’m just kind of feeling indifferent about it.

It was filled with things that should have been really interesting and keeping me on the edge of my seat but, I was, for lack of a better word, bored. It was an alright read and I liked it but, I could put it down and I would kind of have to force myself to pick it back up.

I think I could maybe read it again in the distant future but, I don’t know. I’m not feeling a strong desire to keep going even though I’m left with a bunch of questions.

I think it’s because when the book would get to the feelings, bonding, and getting to know each other, the author just seemed to get to the surface of things, what she thought the readers wanted to read or just trying to get through it quickly.

They were also interrupted a lot and it got tiresome after a while. The action should have been welcomed, sprinkled throughout the book however, it just seemed like a bunch of filler. Seems like the author was just trying to hard.

This wouldn’t be on the top of my list to recommend to someone and I would honestly have to look at my journal to be able to tell someone about this but, it’s an alright book, especially when waiting for something else.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 incompetent 6 year old heroine in 16 year old body, apparently 16 février 2014
Par Robert Shuler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
She can't hold on to the dagger her mother gives her. Literally drops it dozens of times. Every time there is danger, her knees give out and she collapses. She's afraid of heights. But she won't admit any of this. The story line is mildly interesting and I'm over half through, but just don't know if I can finish. The author thinks, apparently, that writing is describing. We know in detail every article of clothing every character wears. At every meeting! The interior of all buildings in detail. It is never ending. So the plot goes slow, slow, slow. The girl's cheeks flush every time she sees a male. She is held prisoner by the elves, and a general falls for her, but can she whisper in his ear her predicament? No. That would take entirely too much planning. After one of the elves accuses her of thinking of escaping, she makes a break for it, right in front of him, knowing he is an excellent runner who has caught her before. Then she draws her dagger even though she knows he is a terrific fighter. She drops it of course. I have never read another book like it. I get the impression of a 5 or 6 year old girl from the conversations, antics, and general lack of maturity. But she is apparently old enough the general and perhaps one of the elves are courting her.
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