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Mud Vein (Anglais) Broché – 8 mars 2014

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When reclusive novelist Senna Richards wakes up on her thirty-third birthday, everything has changed. Caged behind an electrical fence, locked in a house in the middle of the snow, Senna is left to decode the clues to find out why she was taken. If she wants her freedom, she has to take a close look at her past. But, her past has a heartbeat…and her kidnapper is nowhere to be found. With her survival hanging by a thread, Senna soon realizes this is a game. A dangerous one. Only the truth can set her free.

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I loved Tarryn Fosher's "Mud vein". The beauty of her language is mind blowing. The book is so well written that I want to reread it immediately, because I want to pay attention to every word. I want to treasure these words in my heart. I recommend it to everyone who doesn’t mind to feel, to be hurt, to love and to hope while reading a book.
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Par Hermilene le 13 avril 2014
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It was a huge disappointment for me. The book was well written, and I love Isaac character, but something was missing, too much sorrow and a very weird atmosphere. As a reader it's important for me to feel connected to the lead character and it wasn't the case with Senna. I found the book very long, boring, depressing.

The Opportunist is one of my favorites books, and Tarryn Fisher is so talented, so good with words that I was certain to love this book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Brilliant Writing! 8 avril 2014
Par JCarlene - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Whoa, I'm not quite sure what to say about this book. It's definitely like no other that I've ever read.

"It's your darkness that pulls me in. Your mud vein. But sometimes having a mud vein will kill you."

I need to say that I'm mostly a reader who enjoys joyful stories with a touch of angst but once in a while it's also good to have a story and/or ending that throws you off and leaves you saying to yourself "I can't believe it went down like that but bravo to the author for shaking things up".

Anyway...love and coke. The consequences for both are expensive: you get a mighty fine high, then you come barreling down.

Now let me be honest and say this is by no means a happy-go lucky, pot of gold at the end of the rainbow kind of book but I think that's why I liked it so much (on top of the amazing writing). It was different and every so often it's good to switch things up. I'll admit it was depressing so I can see how it might not be for everyone but the author piqued my interest from the very beginning and kept it till the end.

Being stuck on love was a real b*tch to cure. Like cancer, I think. Just when you think you're over it, it comes back.

Normally the lack of dialogue will irritate me which then causes me to give a book a low rating but it didn't bother me so much in this book. I think because I was too captivated to care and just wanted to see what was going to happen and how it was going to end whether virtuous or bad (of course I was wishing very hard for a cheerful moment). But I couldn't bring myself to give up on the main character, Senna.

"You can't fix me," I said, looking at his knees.
"I don't want to."
"I'm mangled," I said. "On the inside and the outside."

People might not develop an attachment to Senna because how emotionally unattached she is and how miserable she is but I grew to care about her. I, sort of, started to understand her. The turning point for me was when she realized her heart wasn't so frozen and that she was capable of caring and did care (or maybe it was sooner than that). She cared so much, she made a sacrifice.

It's the silent moment when you hear the rushing of water in your eyes.

But have no doubt your heart will both fill and shatter for Isaac:

"When if I first opened my eyes and saw you standing over me, I felt like I took my first breath in three years."

I give Tarryn Fisher a 5 whopping stars for her brilliant writing. This woman has a tremendous gift.
8 internautes sur 8 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
2.0 étoiles sur 5 Dour 2 mai 2014
Par Amazon customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I am a big fan of Ms. Fisher's Love Me with Lies series. Mud Vein however is far from it. Dour and dusky from the get go and sadly it never lets up. I kept waiting to be swept up into the suspenseful, psychological thrill ride this book has been hyped to be from all and everyone, and....it just is not that.

First off, Senna, the lead character is so utterly unlikeable...I tried, I really did, to like her...she is brutally brittle. I put up with her for the entire book just to see where the payoff might lead me...but the payoff is barely there. No, not even there. Really. As another reviewer noted, Isaac is just tooooo gooood to be true...why the hell does he keep putting up with her, how does he fall in love with her? What the hell is there to fall in love with when she is so cold and selfish with her emotions...yes, she's had a rough emotional life, but there needed to be a few moments of ...give and take somewhere. He must be suffering from a savior complex....so no, I was not swept away by their story at all. Nudged, but that's about it. Sadly, both of them came off two-dimensionally.

When the big "reveal" is made at the end...and boy was I desperate for a satisfying pay off..it too is flat. Very flat. I had to read those pages over to make sure my eyes were not playing tricks on me. It lacked punch. It lacked va voom...especially after everything these two had been through in that house....they faced death, starvation, depression, on and on....All these heavy duty clues were everywhere in the house and I really thought they would lead to something intriguing and more emotionally connected and twisted, but sadly, NO. So I feel cheated and jabbed at. Because I put up with all the torture these two endured over and over and I put up with Senna for so long. When at the end Senna ponders the how and the possible why's the villain did all that to them, she muses.."I wonder about that." Oh yeah, we do too, and I wish we cared.

At the end when the self-realizations are tumbling like a waterfall all at once, she realizes her ex-boyfriend never tried hard enough to love her, because to love you have to give your all and keep trying and not give up...and she felt deserted by him. Did she ever do that? She blames him for so much of her pain and bitterness towards life...what about her? She was a cold, hard fish from the beginning of that relationship...sorry, I thought that was very selfish and pathetic of her. She reasons Isaac is a true soul mate because he gave and gave and gave and never expected much in return. Yes, Nick was a superficial dude, but....look in the mirror, darling.

SPOILERS: she had been committed to a mental institution? Huh? That was just dropped in the tank like it was an important clue and left to sink....it had no connection or meaning to anything we had just "survived" and pissed me off. Hello?

When Senna and Isaac finally make love- that was real...she realizes she had never given herself wholly to someone in the way she was now responding to Isaac. Hallelujah! If only there were more of those delicate, insightful moments.

So Isaac and Senna sacrifice for each other to gain their freedom...thus proving their love.. Yes, moving, touching. But hell, the point was moot when in the end they don't come together for her final days. I don't need or require a happily ever after and Ms. Fischer is extremely stingy with giving it. Here she's downright cold and snobbish. Senna has to tour Europe to see colors? That was lame and cliche. Senna is splashing paint on her white walls to see and feel colors.. the sensuality and wholeness that Isaac made possible in her life. So what's the problem? Why does it need to end in such a dour, melodramatic way....it was hollow and lame. She leaves him a bloody letter??!!?? After their swift chat in his office? What?? And after all the emotional suffering Isaac went through, I didn't buy it that he didn't come charging after her as he did throughout the entire book. He was suddenly the wilted flower. The author even writes at the end several times...listen up...big theme here: "Love doesn't leave, it bears all things." Yes, wonderful...so where are they enduring until the brutal end????? She even notes in the final lines about her and Isaac having "our cosmic love, our cosmic connection." Did she really just say that?? My eyes rolled way far back in my head. Don't give me that, if you're not going to give me something to munch on. Hollow.

Ms. Fisher is a good writer. But as the author herself says in in Mud Vein, "Who knows about what happened?" Exactly. And unfortunately, it didn't grab and twist my heartstrings and wowza me. Also, i don't quite understand the cover-- it sends a highly erotic vibe and yet this character and story are not about that...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 "Why are you here?" "Because you are." 10 avril 2014
Par Book Nerd - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
10/10

There aren't enough stars in the heavens.

Disclaimer (in three parts)
1. This review will in no way be worthy of the magnificence that is this book.

2. I may, or may not have had a few drinks tonight, so I cannot guarantee complete coherency.

3. I'm going to gush about this book. I loved everything about it, and I am going to ramble and prattle, and otherwise just GUSH about it. I'm sorry.

I am a Tarryn Fisher fan. No, scratch that, I am a fangirl...I am an obsessive, cried like a baby the first time I met her, worship at my own personal shrine, stalker/fan! I thought that no book would ever knock her book, The Opportunist, from the top spot on my all time favorites list! But that is exactly what just happened. I could not have possibly gone into this book with higher expectations, but Tarryn managed to surpass them all!!

So, what did I love about this book?

The writing - ok, what can I say about Tarryn's writing that I haven't already said? She is a magical word fairy! A wizard...a sorcerer...there is no way that a human being should be able to put words together the way that she does...but she continues to do it!! Her words punch me straight in the heart and wash over my brain like a chemical bath that rewires the way my synapses fire. They are just brilliant words, strung together brilliantly, to create a masterpiece.

The characters - Seriously, have there ever been characters that rang more true? More pathetically broken? More authentically heroic? More vividly, hauntingly REAL? The answer is no. I feel these characters in my bones. In my soul. I believe them, even when I think they are doing the ABSOLUTE WRONG thing. They are real to me...When I sit and ponder their story, I picture where they are now, how they are doing, what they are feeling, and I know somewhere in my rational brain that they don't really exist, but I also KNOW in my heart, that they really do. They are me. They are you. They are Tarryn. We may not want to admit how much of us we see in them, but it's true.

The story - twisted, terrifying, haunting, heartbreaking, and yet so unbelievably beautiful - this story is not explainable. You need to go into it blind - with only the synopsis to color your view! Tarryn does such a masterful job of revealing the details...exposing each fact at the perfect time! The book is so suspenseful, and yet so wholly satisfying throughout that I was never impatient, just fascinated and on the edge of my seat from the very first words! The emotion was so very personal for me - it was like Tarryn had rummaged through my soul, dragged every dark piece into the light, animated every twisted thought that none of us admits to having, gave voice to every demon that I try so hard to keep caged, didn't shrink away from a single stain, and somehow made it all unbelievably gorgeous. I found myself short of breath at several times while reading, because the effort it took to process all the emotion literally made it difficult for me to breathe! Tarryn Fisher is an effing evil genius and I hate her as much as I love her!

This book...is just...indescribably brilliant. (Have I said Brilliant enough yet??). There is not a single word I would change, not a moment that didn't work for me, not an emotion that I couldn't feel straight into my bones. It is perfection. It crashed down on me like a tidal wave, and left my heart forever changed. Words have power. Tarryn wields them like a surgeon with a scalpel...and sometimes like a body-builder with a sledgehammer. You will hurt. You will be touched deeply. You will see hope and beauty and LIFE in the devastation. You MUST READ this book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Takes a little time to get into, but it is really good 8 avril 2014
Par Mariann McDermott - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I seldom leave reviews. This book is just so different. It is intense, sad, depressing but at the same time, there is this sliver of goodness and hope. I really wasn't a fan of the main character Senna. She was so screwed up! She could be so mean and cold and hard to like. But the more you read, you find that she does transform. And in her transformation is the hope.

The beginning was hard to get into since there were so many references to things the reader didn't know about yet. But as they are revealed, you are so drawn into these two people trapped in the this house. I read many reviews that said it was too depressing. It is very depressing and just down right sad. Senna is a mess but there is something about Isaac that is sad as well that he doesn't get to feel that love he gives. But he is amazing. He is the goodness in the story. I don't know if I agree with the definitions of true love and soulmate but for this book, the definitions ring true.

It is not a surprise that there really is no happy ending. Tarryn Fisher doesn't really do those. But its an honest one. I was sad at the end but I wasn't depressed. It was somewhat uplifting that a person as dark as Senna could at some point see light. She seemed like a lost cause for a long time.

I would encourage anyone to read this book. It is an emotional rollercoaster but I like to feel a lot of different emotions when reading a book.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Brilliant, raw and real! 5 juillet 2014
Par Brooke Higgins - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
2 things about me. 1 - I very rarely write reviews, and 2 - I love Tarryn Fisher and her writing. She could write on toilet paper and I'd read it. I will start by saying though that I will be honest here - regardless of how great I think (KNOW!) Tarryn is.

Tarryn's writing is real. It's raw. It draws you in slowly, but before you know it, it's permeating your soul and you're a goner. I started Mud Vein thinking I'd read it over the course of a few days. Um... nope. I read it in one night. There was not a chance in hell I could put it down once I started. As for the actual story, I don't want to say too much. I went in reasonably blind. I knew the main characters names, I'd read the blurb, and that's it. I think knowing any more would have been detrimental to my enjoyment of the story. I hate spoilers, so there definitely wont be any here.

Here's where the honesty comes in. This book is not for everyone. If you're looking for light and fluffy - forget it. If you're looking for formula style angsty but with a cookie cutter ending - forget that too. This book breaks all the molds. That's what I love about Tarryn's writing - she goes to places others wont. The story is suspensful, it's heart achingly sad and at times, it was tough going! Tarryn is not afraid of pissing her readers off. She tells the story as it's meant to be told, with no fear.

Mud Vein was a story I couldn't shake, one I couldn't get out of my head. For me, that's the measure of a great book. I can read 100 boring same-sy love stories and forget each and every one, but I never forget a Tarryn Fisher book. 5 stars.
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