Plamen v temnotě

Eliasovi a Laie jde o ivot.Po tvrt zkou ce a ud lostech, k nim p i n do lo, se voj ci vyd vaj na lov dvou uprchl k , kte utekli ze Serry a vyd vaj se na nebezpe nou cestu do srdce Imp ria.Laia se chyst proniknout do Kaufu, nejst e en j ho a nejnebezpe n j ho imperi ln ho v zen , aby zachr nila sv ho bratra, jeho schopnosti jsou kl em k p e it U enc A EliasEliasovi a Laie jde o ivot.Po tvrt zkou ce a ud lostech, k nim p i n do lo, se voj ci vyd vaj na lov dvou uprchl k , kte utekli ze Serry a vyd vaj se na nebezpe nou cestu do srdce Imp ria.Laia se chyst proniknout do Kaufu, nejst e en j ho a nejnebezpe n j ho imperi ln ho v zen , aby zachr nila sv ho bratra, jeho schopnosti jsou kl em k p e it U enc A Elias je rozhodnut j pomoci, p esto e se t m vzd v posledn ance na svobodu.Temn s ly, lidsk i ty z jin ho sv ta, v ak pracuj proti nim Dvojice mus na ka d m kroku sv cesty bojovat, aby p elstila nep tele krve zniv ho c sa e Marka, nemilosrdnou Velitelku, sadistick ho Dozorce, kter vl dne kaufsk mu v zen a co je nejbolestiv j i Helenu, Eliasovu dlouholetou p telkyni, kter nyn zast v funkci c sa ova Krkavce.Helena se mus podrobit Markov v li a postavit se do ela mise, kter j zlom srdce naj t zr dce Eliase i u eneckou otrokyni a oba zab t.
Plamen v temnot Eliasovi a Laie jde o ivot Po tvrt zkou ce a ud lostech k nim p i n do lo se voj ci vyd vaj na lov dvou uprchl k kte utekli ze Serry a vyd vaj se na nebezpe nou cestu do srdce Imp ria Laia se chys

  • Title: Plamen v temnotě
  • Author: Sabaa Tahir Petra Johana Poncarová Lucie Zajíčková
  • ISBN: 9788075771025
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. I realize I am not staring into his eyes. I am staring into my future.I see it for a moment. Pain. Suffering. Horror. All that I love, all that matters to me, awash in blood.Oh my god. I loved it.Last year, I read and enjoyed an advance copy of an unknown book from a debut author - An Ember in the Ashes. I sped through it, loved it, rated it five stars, and thought that was the end of that. On to the next one. Like most books I rate and review, I expected it to be forgotten in a sea of YA. But s [...]

    2. You jump right into things in Torch and I loved it! Here's my full booktalk youtube/watch?v=UkQME

    3. magnificentRCH simply burns, in all the best ways. it's everything you've come to love and expect from the brilliance of Sabaa Tahir, except BETTER. twisty, turny awesomeness abounds on every single page. and you will not want to keep turning them until the tale is overe wonderful thing about A TORCH AGAINST THE NIGHT is that--though it never shies away from depicting cold brutality--the nuances of emotion are just as deeply felt. just as passionately rendered. you will yell at your favorite cha [...]

    4. “So long as you fight the darkness, you stand in the light.”A Torch Against the Night is the very glorious sequel I had expected from Sabaa Tahir. But what distinguishes itself from its prequel is the otherworldliness of it. The breath of Death on our characters' necks. The villain(s) that are evil incarnate. The idea of a prescribed destiny. The new abilities and powers. The demons, the stories, the souls -- everything combines with a well-built plot, an expanded universe and realistic, fla [...]

    5. congratulations! semifinalist in ' best YA fantasy & science fiction category 2016!"Force won't work," Harper murmurs. "You need to outwit them. You need secrets.""Secrets are a snake's way of doing business.""And snakes survive."i didn't love this as much as An Ember in the Ashes, but it's a seriously fun book regardless. the problem is that the first one was so strong, it's a tough act to follow. this one is certainly not lacking in action or worldbuilding or interesting characters - there [...]

    6. This review can also be found on my blog, Dana and the Books.An Ember in the Ashes was one of my favourite books from the past few years so it's only natural that I counted down the days to the sequel. In fact, I found out my local book shop had it stocked a couple days before the UK release date, so I frantically ran over and recruited the bookseller to help me find it. Poor guy must have thought I was insane - I don't think I even brushed my hair I was so desperate to get my hands on it. Wel [...]

    7. This is Helene’s book.Well not quite, but she plays such a grander role than she did in the first book. In fact, she annoyed me to no end in the latter, but in this sequel we learn more about her and are shown different facets of her personality.The fact that her family is in danger is not a positive thing, but somehow it made Helene look more humane to my eyes. She isn’t the rigid, rule-abider soldier I saw her as before being witness to her softer, vulnerable side anymore.There’s much ru [...]

    8. S A B A A T A H I RR U I N E DM E.Side effects if reading ATATN: dizziness, fatigue, lightheadedness, clammy skin, cold sweat, P A I N. If you’ve read any of my updates, you’d know how terrified I was going into this- that I was expecting the worst and now I’m just sorry that I even doubted Sabaa Tahir. Because absolutely every part of this book was brutal, but also perfection. All the best parts of An Ember in the Ashes were still a part of this story; the complexity of each and every cha [...]

    9. Don't hate me, karen. Excited to be reading this--and PS, Penguin is giving away 10 ARCs of this book here! bit/1XseFCcYou can catch a sneak peek of the ARC + Laia's arm cuff on my Instagram, too: instagram/p/BGIFIxiTiHt. I can't seem to insert images here lately, otherwise I'd post a photo.

    10. That was absolutely brilliant."But you are no swift-burning spark. You are a torch against the night – if you dare to let yourself burn."When I finished An Ember in the Ashes I had the hardest time conveying what an emotional rollercoaster that book was and now I'm sitting here in the same position. Every single character's story was amazing!This book has a slightly different feel to it than the first one since it's more spread out and there are more threats. It feels somehow darker, yet more [...]

    11. To keep up with the times, and not fall into a dark chasm of old school fantasy, nineteenth century literature, Buddhist philosophy and postcolonial theory, I make sure I read one popular Y.A book a year. I mean I’ve got to keep my cool trendy hip image going right? I wouldn’t want you guys to think I’m some kind of reclusive romantic poetry obsessed bookworm who sits around reading books all day then writes about them on a book review website. Cool, I’m glad we’ve cleared that up. So [...]

    12. This review will be more of a rant, don't say I didn't warn you.I'm reviewing An Ember in the Ashes and a Torch Against the Night together in this review, mostly because I didn't have the energy to rant twice.Because I don't like using acronyms, and typing out the titles taking long, we will refer to them as book 1 and 2. In book 1, we dive into a world with so many undeveloped yet interesting ideas. From the hype that surrounded this book, I was super excited to read it, and when it started off [...]

    13. Picking up where 'An Ember in the Ashes' left off, 'A Torch Against the Night' proved to be every bit as suspenseful and action-packed as the first book. Laia and Elias find themselves fighting to survive, as they try and evade the cruelty of the Commandant and the new emperor. There was never a dull moment.One thing that you should know going into this series is that the author isn't afraid to kill off characters. There were several surprising deaths along the way. Don't be surprised if some of [...]

    14. Find me on Instagram & Twitter!❝You are a torch against the night — if you dare to let yourself burn.❞I'm a little undecided on how I feel about A Torch Against the Night. I really liked it but at the same time I wasn't blown away by it? I guess to put it simply, it was good but nowhere near as good as An Ember in the Ashes. Or maybe I was just expecting too much. I'm not too sure.I loved some parts and some of the things I wanted to happen DID happen but other parts left me a little b [...]

    15. This sequel is NEXT LEVEL. Elias's journey had an extra dash of supernatural that I loved so much. Laia becomes bolder with every chapter. I had a Laia theory that was 10% right and Sabaa twisted my theory into something far greater. And Helene's POV was such a welcome addition, and I'd easily read an entire book of just her alone. This is one of those rare novels where I'm SO happy in everyone's POV that I'm not impatiently dying to get back to someone's chapter--everyone has their own cliffhan [...]

    16. OH MY GOD.Did I ever think Sabaa Tahir would let me down? Because if any part of me did, swiftly punch it to non-existence. Thanks.I'm literally on the floor crying yet my heart feels so full.An Ember in The Ashes lingered on suspense and brutality. The stakes have been high since the beginning. A Torch Against the Night is even more brutal, more heart racing and oh yeah, lots more deaths and twists that really had me worried for my heart. The pacing is different to that of AEITA because there's [...]

    17. Well I wasn't planning on finishing this book tonight but here we are. This is the only book in a while that has kept me reading past my bedtime because I just needed to FINISH!I really enjoyed ember when I read it but I think the hype got to me a bit too much and I didn't LOVE it. Not the case with this one. I. LOVE. THIS. BOOK. I was also not 100% on board with it becoming a 4 book series at first (I love duologies! I want more of them!) but after this book I so am. I need more. There is so mu [...]

    18. A Torch Against the Night is simply the superior YA Fantasy of the year. Hands down, there's no competition.An Ember in the Ashes was merely a prelude to the sinister follow up. The story remains about oppression, but unlike the first book this is where readers could vividly see the resistance at first hand. The stakes are higher. There is more gore, and violence.My heart is very delighted with the intricate political prose, but there are truths in it as well that parallels our past and contemp [...]

    19. Full review to come. I might change my rating later. I need to process what i just read for a few days. Another book with my favorite buddy reader: Hayley!! Better get used to seeing her here. ;)

    20. GOT MY COPY *happy dance* (which means I can stop giving ARC owners the evil eye haha ahem.)-------------------------------Seems like everyone and their grandma has already got an ARC of this book and I'm just sitting here like

    21. *Fellow readers, please, for your own good, go read Kat's, Sarah's, and Nastassya's reviews- I just did it, and I know I will be laughing for hours. Besides, you know I always mention them, and I don't do it only because we discuss the book together: it's because they know what it means to review a book and analyze it with humor and intellectual honesty. I was almost cut out from the world for the past week and the only reason I wanted to leave the wonderful place I'd gone on vacation to was to [...]

    22. 5 BIG BRIGHT BLAZING STARS FOR THIS ONE!So long as you fight the darkness, you stand in the lightYSTHIS BOOK!!!!!! GET HYPED BECAUSE ITS A FANTASTIC SEQUEL!! AHHHHH!!!THANK YOU SO MUCH PENGUIN FOR SENDING THIS TO ME! *deep breathes*Okay let's start from the beginninglet me list my feels This one picks up right where we left off with Elias and Laia running for their lives from Blackcliff. They're on the run with nowhere to go, just this mission of breaking Laia's brother out from Kauf, a highly s [...]

    23. I guess I'll go with three stars. *sigh* I tried.Also, sorry peeps, but my review has some minor spoilers. MINOR, but spoiler-y nonetheless. Just a heads-up!***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***A Torch Against the Night by Sabaa TahirBook Two of the An Ember in the Ashes seriesPublisher: RazorbillPublication Date: August 30, 2016Rating: 3 starsSource: ARC received via tradeSummary (from ):A Torch Against the Night takes readers into the heart of the Empire as Laia and Elias fight their [...]

    24. Released today!! Enjoy everyone!*3.5 stars*…“We should talk about it."Oh skies. “Talk about what?”“Whatever it is that’s bothering you. I can take a guess, but it might be better if you tell me.”“You want to talk now? After weeks of not even looking at me?”“I look at you.” His response is swift, his voice low. “Even when I shouldn’t.”So…this might be the hardest review I’ll ever have to write. It’s never easy when something lets you down so harshly that you actu [...]

    25. A Huge Step Back after the well paced, fine crafted plot with deep, well developed characters, 'An Ember of Amber'Here comes, just Ashes, The Curse of Book Two,where nothing happens.obably just to expand it to more than 3 booksA runaway, a riot, a tribal help, and eventually a prison break All that been expected just from Book One ending.No new with those we have already, the tyrant Emperor, devious Commandant & the helpless Blood Shrikh torn between love and loyaltySo, What's the News?Well, [...]

    26. Okay lets all agree on one thing- just ignore my actual stars rating because I have no clue how to rate this book. THIS. WAS. SO. INTENSE. Pretty sure I still have whiplash?? If you think you're gonna get a breather or a nice little break in this book from the craziness of book one, think again. This book picks up literally moments after the first ends. Laia and Elias are running for their lives and being chased. Marcus is the Emperor, and Helene the blood shrike. Lets not forget about Elias's l [...]

    27. 4/5 Stars WHAT A ROLLER COASTER THIS BOOK WAS!“Your emotions make you human. Even the unpleasant ones have a purpose. Don't lock them away. If you ignore them, they just get louder and angrier.”This book picks up right where An Ember in the Ashes left off. It takes you on an incredible, fairly unpredictable journey with old characters, new characters and many twists and turns. For those who have not read this series, it takes place in a different world full of corruption and violence and a m [...]

    28. 3.5 starsWell. Definitely gotta say I'm disappointed in this. Book one totally outshines its sequel, and now I'm wary continuing on with the series. Maybe I was in the mood to read more YA in 2015, because book one was written amazingly and i loved the characters and setting. This just seemed like a step down from that. It wasn't as good as I remember book one being. I was actually quite bored during this book and I ended up skim reading Helene's chapters and eventually skim-reading Elias and La [...]

    29. 2.5 stars.Buddy read with the one and only special cold type library wateris book was boring as fuck, goodbye, i have nothing more to say.

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