Feinde der Zeit

Jackson muss sich entscheiden, wen er retten will die Liebe seines Lebens oder die ganze Welt Der aufregende zweite Teil der gro en Zeitreise Trilogie.Jackson Meyer wirft sich voller Elan in seine Rolle als Agent f r Tempest die geheimnisvolle CIA Abteilung, die f r alle mit Zeitreisen verbundenen Bedrohungen zust ndig ist Trotz seines Kummers dar ber, dass er den LauJackson muss sich entscheiden, wen er retten will die Liebe seines Lebens oder die ganze Welt Der aufregende zweite Teil der gro en Zeitreise Trilogie.Jackson Meyer wirft sich voller Elan in seine Rolle als Agent f r Tempest die geheimnisvolle CIA Abteilung, die f r alle mit Zeitreisen verbundenen Bedrohungen zust ndig ist Trotz seines Kummers dar ber, dass er den Lauf der Geschichte ndern und die Liebe seines Lebens aufgeben musste, zeigt Jackson, dass er ein hervorragender Agent ist auch ohne, dass er seine eigenen Kr fte nutzt und durch die Zeit springt All das ndert sich jedoch, als Holly das M dchen, f r das er den Lauf der Geschichte ge ndert hat erneut in sein Leben tritt Dann wird pl tzlich Eyewall, eine gegnerische CIA Abteilung, aktiv Jackson und seine Agentenkollegen werden angegriffen und m ssen fliehen Jackson erkennt, dass die Welt um ihn herum sich ge ndert hat Jemand wei von seiner ausgel schten Beziehung zu Holly, so dass sie beide wieder in Gefahr sind.
Feinde der Zeit Jackson muss sich entscheiden wen er retten will die Liebe seines Lebens oder die ganze Welt Der aufregende zweite Teil der gro en Zeitreise Trilogie Jackson Meyer wirft sich voller Elan in seine Rol

  • Title: Feinde der Zeit
  • Author: Julie Cross Birgit Schmitz
  • ISBN: 9783841422101
  • Page: 198
  • Format: Gebunden
  • 1 thought on “Feinde der Zeit”

    1. This review contains no spoilers of either Vortex or TempestAs much as I get fascinated by time travel--especially when it's created as well as in this series--it can get extremely complicated. Like Tempest, this novel is not to be read with a wandering mind, or you will find yourself in the middle of a complex story with no idea where you are--or when. For this reason, it may not be for everyone, but if you enjoy reads that are as intelligent as they are fun, then this series is for you!When we [...]

    2. I hate cliff hangers and this cliff hanger is killing me! The book was really good but I felt like it was dragging much more than the first book. Although I enjoyed this book, I found it a little bit boring at times. Throughout this book, I was put through so many negative moods because of the incidents that occurred. It was interesting but at some points it gets really boring. I wouldn't say this book is amazing but it was very enjoyable. I liked how there were many things that I didn't see com [...]

    3. Originally reviewed at: booksbiscuitsandtea/Having read Tempest, the first book in the series, last year, I was really looking forward to reading the second installment and I’m glad to say Julie Cross didn’t disappoint. While I had some issues with the characters at the beginning of the first book, Vortex just grabbed me at the first chapter and made me keep on reading right until the end.The story pretty much picks up where Tempest ended and since it’s been about a year since I’ve read [...]

    4. This review does not contain any spoilers for TempestBased on the 2013 sequels I've read so far (really only Through the Ever Night and Vortex), 2013 seems to be the year of sequels that outshine their predecessors in practically every way imaginable. Vortex, the second installment in Julie Cross' Tempest trilogy, took all my preconceived expectations and expanded upon them, exceeding each and every one of my expectations by tenfold. Where Tempest moved at a somewhat slow pace, letting the myste [...]

    5. This is a complicated story. It should say "try and keep up" on the inside cover.I'm glad I own the print book as well as the audio, because I needed to go back several times to figure out what happened. But overall, it was a great read with good characters.Matthew Brown is fantastic on audio.

    6. Vortex opens where Tempest left off, but I can only compare Vortex to whatever your county fair's wildest, most unpredictable ride is. (Mine, for reference, was called the Himalaya, and it was equal parts fun and terrifying.) Vortex is not a slow novel, and it is not a mild novel. Vortex is one twist and turn after another, thrilling emotional highs and devastating lows that brought real tears to my eyes. Once again we follow Jackson as he ventures deeper into the world of Tempest, the CIA branc [...]

    7. Vortex is an excellent book for people like me who occasionally suffer from book ADD. It is an attention-grabber that will pull you in with its prologue and refuse to let go. Cross has no trouble securing reader interest and I’m pretty sure she just grins wickedly when we beg for more. And make no mistake, I am begging. More, please! In Vortex, Jackson struggles to reorganize his life and find a way to live without two people who mean the most to him. He begins training with the Tempest unit o [...]

    8. It was definitely a bad idea to go so long between reading book 1 and book 2. The parallel and jumping is still confusing, but even more so now because I don't remember the whens and hows and of the other Jacksons. Even more confusing are the additional people added to the mix - people that didn't jump before and didn't know before.w are suddenly pulling guns and taking sides. I don't like Stewart much but I do really like Kendrick and Mason. (view spoiler)[ but I know I really miss the Original [...]

    9. Originally Posted at: Confessions of an Opinionated Book GeekAt the end of “Tempest,” I was heartbroken for Jackson, but I was proud of him. He sacrificed his happiness and his normal life to protect the girl he loves. Vortex is the aftermath of that sacrifice. For me, “Vortex” is devastating. Jackson’s life is in shambles. He trusts no one and has no one to confide in. In his new life as an agent of the CIA division called Tempest, he is demeaned and treated like a joke. He gets no re [...]

    10. Seen at Scott Reads It Tempest is one of those books that arrived on the market with alot of hype and publicity. The movie rights were snatched by Summit Entertainment, the studio that made Twilight and Ender's Game. Reviews raved about Tempest saying how fantastic it was and how they couldn't wait for the sequel. I enjoyed Tempest but I wasn't obsessed with the book like most reviewers are. I was a bit reluctant to read Vortex, the sequel to Tempest.Vortex is in all aspects a better book than T [...]

    11. After erasing the time he spent with Holly and his friend Adam, Jackson Meyer has joined Tempest, a secret division of the CIA that deals with the so-called Enemies of the Time, a group of people jumping from one timeline to another, changing our world’s future. Jackson takes to training like slipping on a well worn shoe but it soon becomes apparent the big sacrifice he made regarding Holly was in vain. While dealing with his assignments by the CIA and deaths and disappearances of those closes [...]

    12. Review posted on Mundie Moms on 2/24/2013 with signed paperback giveawayI adored the first book in this series, Tempest, and usually the second book in a series drives me a little nuts because let's face it, especially in a timeslip plot, the couple have to be separated. And we know this is going to be the case just from the ending of Tempest, but what I didn't expect in Vortex was the heart-thumping plot line that Julie delivered which distracted me from the will-they-ever-be-together-again jit [...]

    13. 1 StarDid I read the same book as everyone else? Was this written by the same author as Tempest?Seriously what the F did I just read?!I have never been as disappointed with a sequel as I have been with Vortex. I enjoyed Tempest a lot and I even recommend it to a few people, but after reading Vortex, I just want to throw-up.What happened?!First off, the blurb is so misleading, Holly doesn’t even come into the picture until 25% and then doesn’t really have a voice until 50% into the book. I th [...]

    14. I meanI'm confused. What is this?I'm sorry, but this was like a really bad episode of Quantum Leap. I know I am an adult reader, but I hold down my own in the YA department. And I have to say that I'm confused after finishing this book. Has Julie Cross, like, changed her mind about what she is doing here? Is she confused about her own imagination and storyline? It seems like she has switched gears. Full jumps, half jumps, the dead sister pops up at the endI mean, what was that? The little girl, [...]

    15. It's been a while since I read the first book in the series, Tempest which I really liked, so when I began this I was a little lost. The author didn't sum up what happened in the first book at all which would have helped. Also, I was surprised by the language used in this book. I don't remember the other book having a lot of swearing, but like I said its been a while since I read it so I could be wrong. This book gets pretty heavy with the mythology of time-travel which I often found convoluted [...]

    16. Hm. I'm really torn on how to rate this. On one hand, I enjoyed it almost as much as Tempest. On the other, I feel like the plot and the logic were incredibly muddled and I'm not entirely convinced it made sense. My sticking point through all of this is the logic of time travel. I've said before that there are countless different approaches to the subject, and as long as you explain the rules, any and all of them can make sense. In Tempest, Cross outlined what seemed to be this universe's rules. [...]

    17. Wow, I don’t even know where to begin with this. Time travel is sooooooo hard! There seems to be two general types of time travel stories. In what I am arbitrarily calling the first type, time travel is just a way to get to a new world, be it a post apocalyptic future, World War II Europe, or the Mesozoic. Time travel just serves as a portal or gateway to the new adventure setting. Though the idea of the protagonists coming from the future (or much more rarely, the past) is a factor, there is [...]

    18. As seen on my blog:Butbut WHY!? Whatjust happened!? UGH. I did not enjoy this book. I'm not exactly sure if I'm capable of pointing out all of the ways Vortex took a turn for the worst. But I shall tryWe left Jackson right after he made one of the hardest decisions of his time-traveling life: he went back in time to a few months before him and Holly ever met. He based his reasoning on love, on wanting to keep Holly safe-it was his most selfless act to date. In Vortex, we learn that Jackson has j [...]

    19. Das Cover:Das Cover ist diesmal nicht in einem Lilaton, wie sein Vorgänger ‘Sturz in die Zeit’, sondern es ist in einem schönen Orange gestaltet. Wir sehen Jackson, der seinen rechten Arm und seinen rechten Fuß in der Luft hält. Mit dem linken Fuß und der linken Hand stützt er sich ab. Im Hintergrund sehen wir New York, Jacksons Heimatstadt. Gesprengt wird das Ganze von mehreren Feldbrocken, die auf den Betrachter zufliegen. An sich ein schönes Cover, das zur Geschichte passt. Ohne da [...]

    20. Meine Gedanken zum Buch:Lange habe ich auf die Fortsetzung zum ersten Teil gewartet, da man als Leser doch sehr in der Luft hängen gelassen wurden. Nun bin ich mit dem zweiten Teil fertig und bin unschlüssig, was ich davon halten soll. Außerdem fühle ich mich wieder genauso mitten drinnen einfach hängen gelassen - wie zuvor.Aber beginnen wir am besten mit dem Anfang, der mir leider gar nicht gefallen hat, da wir eine komplett neue Geschichte präsentiert bekommen haben. Nicht nur das, waren [...]

    21. MY REVIEWSo where to start? I was generously sent this hardback book by Macmillan Childrens in exchange for my honest review.So I'll start with my first impressions. Well I love the cover, it fits extremely well with the paperback of Tempest. The colours and design on the cover certainly draw your eye to it, so I would certainly notice it on a bookshelf. As you know I like a good byline, and on this hardback it says "There Will Be No Calm Before The Storm" and it really fits this books well. It' [...]

    22. Vortex begins almost where Tempest ended, so on that note, if you haven't read Tempest, this review will contain spoilers for you.Having to leave Holly in a way that may as well equal death, Jackson begins training with Tempest. He also tries to figure out just what his time travel limits are; half and full jumps. Jackson also realizes that the protection he provided to Holly by jumping back and changing history, didn't exactly work out the way he has hoped it would. Someone knows about Holly an [...]

    23. Read this review on my blog! --> Vortex by Julie CrossMany of you might not know this, but I was the first to post a review on a blog or of Tempest back in 2011. I had been lucky enough to get an ARC of Tempest at ALA and one day Julie Cross tweeted that she couldn’t wait until the first review went up on . I stepped up and said “I’ll do it!!” It’s definitely one of my most fun blogging memories. I loved Tempest, and it a lot of the same ways, I loved Vortex too.Though Vortex was a [...]

    24. Review courtesy of All Things Urban FantasyGood sequels can serve a lot of purposes, especially in trilogies. They can shake up characters, introduce new information that disrupts everything we thought we knew, and hurl storylines into a new and potentially devastating directions. Julie Cross’s Tempest trilogy debuted with an amazingly sharp protagonist who very nearly destroyed the world–not to mention his own–through his ability to travel through time. It’s a hard act to follow, but VO [...]

    25. After reading, falling in love, and having my heart crushed in the first book, Tempest, I had enormous expectations from Julie Cross, and her writing in this second installment, Vortex. The thing that really sticks out about this series is the writing style and the world created within it. Its not hard to get lost in the story, the different types of jumps, the different worlds, and which year he might be in, but if you keep up with everything, it will be very rewarding! With such a captivating [...]

    26. I absolutely loved Tempest and so I was really looking forward to Vortex and it was even better than I expected. I really love time travel stories and this series is one of the best that I've found. Julie Cross is a great author and she has created an amazing world that I love to get lost in. It had been a while since I had read Tempest but it all came back to me as soon as I began reading Vortex. I loved being reunited with all these great characters that I absolutely adore. Jackson is still a [...]

    27. *Genre* Science Fiction*Rating* 3.5-4*Full Review Shortly*Holy freaking cliffhanger Batman! Seriously, I knew something hinky was going to happen, but not like that! I also didn't see the whole Adam thing happening either. I'm confused over the Holly fiasco but I shall endeavor to get over myself since there's a lot more story to tell. I mean, there is another book in this series right? We're not going to suddenly find ourselves without a resolution due to the publisher yanking the next book out [...]

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