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A Shade of Vampire (New & Lengthened 2015 Edition) (English Edition) par [Forrest, Bella]
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THE BESTSELLING FANTASY SERIES EVERYONE'S TALKING ABOUT...

*Over 5 million copies sold*

"The passion of Twilight. The mystery of The Mortal Instruments. The magic of Harry Potter."

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Over 17,000 Five-Star Reviews (on Amazon US + UK/Goodreads).

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On the evening of Sofia Claremont's seventeenth birthday, she is sucked into a nightmare from which she cannot wake. A quiet evening walk along a beach brings her face to face with a dangerous pale creature that craves much more than her blood.

She is kidnapped to The Shade, an enchanted island where the sun is eternally forbidden to shine. An island uncharted by any map and ruled by the most powerful vampire coven on the planet. She wakes here as a slave, a captive in chains.

Sofia's life takes a thrilling and terrifying turn when she is selected out of hundreds of girls to take up residence in the tree-top harem of Derek Novak, the dark royal prince.

Despite his addiction to power and obsessive thirst for her blood, Sofia soon realizes that the safest place on the island is within his quarters, and she must do all within her power to win him over if she is to survive even one more night.

Will she succeed? Or is she destined to the same fate that all other girls have met at the hands of the Novaks?

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"I challenge you to read this book and not love it." - Get Lost In Fiction ★★★★★

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Note: Derek Novak and Sofia Claremont's story is only a 7 book series. It completes in Book 7: A Break of Day, and the characters embark on entirely new adventuresfrom Book 8: A Shade of Novak.

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Par Jess Swann TOP 1000 COMMENTATEURS le 20 juillet 2015
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Un premier tome qui m'a agréablement surprise. Certes, on est dans le classico classique "jeune fille ingénue et sans grand intérêt qui tome amoureuse d'un vampire" mais j'aime beaucoup la manière dont la société des vampires est organisées, j'aime cette idée de mur magique qui les sépare du reste du monde. Donc Sofia, jeune fille de 17 ans est enlevée par les vampires le soir de son anniversaire... On va dire qu'elle tape dans l’œil de Derek Novak et que le vampire, qui vient à peine de se réveiller d'un sommeil de plusieurs siècles, tombe amoureux d'elle et remet en cause tout son mode de fonctionnement à cause d'elle. Bien sûr, Sofia ne plait pas qu'à Derek ... elle est aussi désirée par le frère ainé de ce dernier qui est beaucoup moins sympathique et se pense amoureuse de son meilleur ami Ben... Autant dire que la situation est compliquée ! A la fin de ce premier épisode, Sofia prend pleinement conscience de ses sentiments tandis que Derek renonce à elle pour la sauver

Ce que j'aime : la relation entre Sofia & Derek, la notion de harem, la manière dont la société des vampires est organisée. Les tenues de Sofia (on ne se refait pas, j'adore les robes à la gothique)

Ce que j'aime moins : parfois un peu trop fleur bleue/bisounours

En bref : Une histoire de vampires qui, même si elle ne semble pas très originale, dépeint des héros attachant et une société cachée dont j'ai hâte de découvrir les ramifications

Ma note

7/10
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Par Lady Lama TOP 500 COMMENTATEURSMEMBRE DU CLUB DES TESTEURS le 15 novembre 2013
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(Le fait que j'ai dû lire plus de 500 livres sur les vampires et que j'ai dépassé l'âge du public cible de quinze bonnes années doit beaucoup jouer je pense sur l'avis qui vient).

Ce livre a reçu près de 1000 revues sur Amazon.com, je pensais donc qu'il serait d'une bonne qualité. J'ai été surprise.

L'histoire: Sofia est amoureuse de son meilleur ami, Ben, qui ne la voit qu'en amie. Il oublie son anniversaire (17 ans). Sofia décide d'apaiser son chagrin en marchant seule la nuit sur la plage. Un inconnu l'interpelle, elle lui répond et elle se fait enlever. Tout cela tient en 10 pages je crois. Sofia se retrouve en lingerie affriolante (française s'il vous plait), membre du harem du Prince des vampires, qui se réveille ce jour là d'un sommeil ayant duré 400 ans. Il la voit, elle le voit, et ils tombent amoureux. On doit alors être au 3ème chapitre et à la page 30. Le Prince lui propose une chambre près de la sienne, avec un lit rond, des draps en lin de couleur rose et des fourrures blanches. Aux yeux de Derek, le prince, Sofia est la plus belle car elle tenu la main, par réconfort, d'une autre adolescente sélectionnée aussi pour être dans son harem. Je me demande s'il aurait eu la même réflexion si Sofia avait fait 50 kilos de plus avec un visage cabossé. Ils sont isolés sur une île qu'une sorcière au service des vampires a rendue invisible, et plongée dans une nuit constante.
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I like!

Well, this is an easy review with no reservation at all!
I received the book for free, thanks to the author and can't wait to buy the second and even the third (just published) one.
This is a story about the abduction of a seventeen year old girl by a bunch of vampires waiting the awakening of their prince (he's slept for a very long time, like a male sleeping beauty). Once awaken, the prince will fall for the girl.
Now, you would think the plot is quite predictable but then you would be wrong.
The author comes with interesting ideas and an original universe on an isolated island protecting vampires for centuries against hunters focused on their extermination. This is happening in a recreated medieval society harbouring an assasin in its midst. Jealousy, treason, ... There are no dead moments and the book is well written, with strong characters and the "humanity" of the prince reminds me of the chivalrous Edward from the Twilight saga (sorry if the comparison is easy but it's true because he is struggling with his predicament and wishes to be better).

A good serie about vampires and fantasy.

Well done Bella, I honestly enjoyed it ;-)
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Par LWI le 14 décembre 2014
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J'avais commencé la série pour lire un peu en anglais et je n'ai plus pu m'arrêter avant d'avoir lu tout les tome suivant (mon préférer étant le 3eme). Une intrigue avec des centaines de rebondissement et des personnages plus qu'attachant.
Bref, si vous aimer les histoire fantastique et de vampire, lisez le ça vaut vraiment le coup ;)

This is an amazing book. I couldn't stop myself from reading it until it was finisht. I think you really should read it ;)
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HASH(0x949f90fc) étoiles sur 5 Tried the series and it failed... 28 novembre 2015
Par Brenda L - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I tried to give this series a chance, but can not continue. I trudged through four books and cannot imagine trying to read an additional 15+ books to get to the conclusion.
While we all know what fiction is, a story should not require readers to suspend so much belief. After sleeping 400 years, Derek woke up to a world of technology without blinking an eye. He came to us already modernized and showed no amazement at what humanity has accomplished during the 400 years he snoozed. He was able to communicate with modern phrases. I could go on and on for quite a while on his excellent acclimation to the 21st century, but I will move on.
At the beginning of the book, Sophia is devastated by her "best" friend's lack of consideration for her on her birthday. She's loved him for years, but feels her beauty is lacking. Ben is a handsome, popular guy while Sophia is a plain wallflower. Later on, we find that Sophia is chosen because she is actually very beautiful with her long, luscious red hair, dazzling green eyes, and slender figure. Not long after she is kidnapped, she forgets her years of longing for Ben and pretty much falls instantly in love with Derek.
These are just a few things in the first book. Other 1 & 2 star reviews cover additional issues with the stories. I chose this book because the number of 5 star reviews was so high. After rereading the reviews I learned that a quick Google search of the words "Bella Forrest bought fake reviews" leads me to an investigative blog with a list of authors who purchased fake reviews to help book sales. I find this atrocious and plan to avoid the authors on this list an any future authors that I learn use this practice.
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HASH(0x94a80078) étoiles sur 5 Apprehensive but so glad I read the series! 13 janvier 2014
Par Charlene - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I normally ignore any recommendations on Facebook, but the cover of the book intrigued me. The way I would describe the whole series is a mature, possible realism, laughter, sadness, dramatic and most importantly a strong female character!
Sofia Claremont is no Bella Swan from Twilight, she is a strong 17 year old, who has unanswered questions from her parents, who left her at a friends house a decade ago. Yet she does not let that get in her way.
Without giving too much away Derek Novak is the Prince of The Shade, which is an island hidden from humans, and its inhabitants are Vampires and their slaves. Sofia gets captured on her 18th birthday and taken to The Shade, because of a prophecy that was made when Derek was put into an enchanted sleep 400 years ago! Are the Vampires at The Shade pure monsters or can Sofia tame them?

Each chapter is written by a different characters perspective, and not one bit confusing!
Each chapter is as gripping as the last.

I will end this saying I read book 1 to book 5 in 4 days, I could not put them down and cannot wait for book 6!! If you liked The Twilight series, Sookie Stackhouse novels (True blood) and The Vampire Diaries then read these!!
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HASH(0x9489ea8c) étoiles sur 5 Bland characters, terrible story, horrible writing. 23 décembre 2015
Par C.R. Fowler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
*Warning* here there be spoilers.
(note: I read about 85% according to my kindle and just couldn't go any further, so this review wont spoil the end because I didn't get to it).

This book is horrible. I bought it because one of the very first five star reviews said something about the main character not being Bella Swan, but being a strong 17 year old. That...is absolute rubbish. Sofia is just as boring, bland and two-dimensional as Bella Swan, and Derek is a Cullen clone.

Firstly... Sofia gets kidnapped on her birthday from her family. She is naturally upset about it, but a few days in Derek's company and the fact that she is a prisoner is all but forgotten except a few off-hand mentions of being a captive. She tries to escape once, and then barely thinks about escaping again except once or twice in a "oh there is no way to escape so lets stop focusing on it" way.

Secondly...when coming into The Shade she passes through tunnels literally lined with holding cells filled with emaciated people. She is barely shocked at this, and they aren't mentioned again. A few girls are taken with Sofia to be part of Derek's harem, and Sofia shows some concern for them, but they are just there to make Sofia look caring in Derek's eyes and serve no other purpose to the story. When one of them dies Sofia is shaken up but is more concerned about how it will effect Derek then her friend and doesn't tell her captor who killed the girl.

Derek is exactly like Edward Cullen. He's a vampire who hates himself and loves a human woman for no real, concrete, deep emotional reason but that she is a fragile human and she showed sympathy/empathy for one of the other girls. While standing before Derek, all scared, Sofia takes one of the other girls hands to comfort her and that for some unknown reason is some great symbol of Sofia's compassion and humanity. There is even an almost exact scene from twilight where Edward plays the piano for Bella in this book where Derek plays the piano for Sofia because apparently an interest in classical music is supposed to make him seem cultured and noble.

Sofia and Derek are bland characters with no personality traits besides their one defining trait. Derek is brooding and hates being a vampire and wants to hang on to his humanity, and Sofia is the symbol of that humanity. End story. That's it. There is no character depth, no character development. And even the side characters are bland and boring. We're supposed to like Derek's sister because Sofia doesn't hate her, but with no explanation why. We're supposed to hate Derek's brother because he objectifies Sofia and leers at her and makes it known he wants to do naughty things to her then suck her dry—yet Derek goes off and feeds on people and Sofia doesn't bat an eye, in fact she COMFORTS him after he gets upset about it the first time (doesn't stop him from doing it again). We're told the people he drinks are "hunters" who want to kill vampires so they deserve it, but considering the vampires keep human sex slaves and prisoners makes them kind of deserving of being hunted and I'd be apt to side with the Hunters we know nothing about. But Sofia doesn't know he fed on a hunter, for all she knows he fed on one of her fellow pets and she doesn't care, she holds his hand.

Sofia's tale, like Bella's, starts with showing us that Sofia is a special snowflake with a "debilitating weakness" that is masked as a strength because she survives despite it. Bella was clumsy and ungraceful, and Sofia has anxiety issues. Bella couldn't get her mind read, Sofia has special abilities to hear/feel more than other people (mentioned a few times and forgotten because it's not actually important). I didn't finish the book but I am willing to bet that at some point Sofia's "gift" because an important and coveted thing. After being told that Sofia is a special snowflake because she has anxiety issues, they never plague her again, just like Bella's clumsiness. It is only there when needed and conveniently forgotten when it isn't.

Like Mayer, this author suffers from the same method of Telling us everything rather then Showing us. We're led around by the hand and told Sofia is this, Derek is this, and because of that they are some Romeo + Juliet couple, when in truth they have zero depth, zero personality, and the story is bland, boring, predictable and simply awful. WHY do these women never care that they are captive? Why do they loose themselves to the handsome vampire. Just once, just ONCE I want to see one of these supposedly strong female leads knee a vampire in the junk and run, rather then stand there looking deeply into their perfect eyes.

This book is horrible, 2-dimensional, and boring. If you disliked Twilight you will dislike this just as much. If you actually liked Twilight then you will probably like this.
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HASH(0x94a65df8) étoiles sur 5 Great Read! 23 septembre 2013
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I admit that I went into this story thinking that it would be an exact replica of Twilight. However, shortly into the story I found that it was not. The beginning was a little odd to me because everything happened so quickly to Sofia. However, I do appreciate that her capture and where she ends up was not drawn out, like in other novels.

I totally loved this read. I finished it in two nights, and could have finished it in one if I didn't have a four year old to look after (LOL). The story was very compelling and well told. I liked how the author gave contrasting views of the characters as well as how she was able to "pick up" where the other character left off. Others would probably find this confusing, but I thought it was used appropriately. I also loved how the characters "fell" for one another. I guess I am a hopeless romantic, and love the thought of being in love. But, I could actually feel the desire that the characters had for one another. I also loved how the vampires in this novel appeared to have more "human" emotions and characteristics, unlike other stories I have read. It was also a very interesting twist to have humans as slaves/pets. I totally understood the direction, and it was creative genius.

I would definitely recommend this book to anyone considering reading it. You will not be disappointed. I will also be reading more in the series. Keep up the good work!

To the skeptics out there, please read the book first before making assumptions. Do not compare it to the novel Twilight or other books out there. It is quite different, and well written.
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HASH(0x948c948c) étoiles sur 5 Interesting ideas but missed the mark a little. 15 février 2013
Par Kate - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Told through switching point of views from Sofia Claremont and Derek Novak, A Shade of Vampire, is an interesting novel. Vampires steal teenage humans to either to do manual labour or to join their harems. They live in the trees of a redwood forest where magic causes the sun never to shine. On Sofia's seventeenth birthday, she's kidnapped and told she is to be a gift for Derek Novak - a vampire prince who has been in a be-spelled sleep for the past few hundred years. (Best. Birthday. Ever...)

I thought this book had a lot of promise but it just missed the mark on a few things. It's short - only 147 pages - and it would have benefited with having things being described in more detail, relationships fleshed out a bit and more action occurring. I loved the premise but I felt like we were being told things rather than being shown. A lot of the information was divulged though dialogue rather than being shown though observations and alike.

Sofia is a strong character who was a little too perfect (I can't believe how well she managed to deal with her ordeal) however I thought her interactions with Derek were adorable - I absolutely loved his technology training.

A Shade of Vampire is a quick read with some fantastic ideas. There's a brooding hero, a strong heroine, evil villains and a new and exciting setting.
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