✻ [BOOKS] ✯ Darker Still By Leanna Renee Hieber ❅ – Golanvideoagency.info

Darker Still I Was ObsessedIt Was As If He Called To Me, Demanding I Reach Out And Touch The Brushstrokes Of Color Swirled Onto The Canvas It Was The Most Exquisite Portrait I D Ever Seen Everything About Lord Denbury Was Unbelievableutterly Breathtaking And Eerily LifelikeThere Was A Reason For That Because Despite What Everyone Said, Denbury Never Had Committed Suicide He Was Alive Trapped Within His Golden FrameI Ve Crossed Over Into His World Within The Painting, And I Ve Seen What Dreams Haunt Him They Haunt Me Too He And I Are Inextricably Linked Bound Together To Watch The Darkness Seeping Through The Gas Lit Cobblestone Streets Of Manhattan Unless I Can Free Him Soon, Things Will Only Get Darker Still

10 thoughts on “Darker Still

  1. says:

    DNF at 50%.This is one of those books that makes me so mad that I just want to say, I don t wanna talk about it But, I must People need to be warned.All I really feel like doing right now is raging about how much this book aroused intense feelings of extreme dislike and displeasure inside me, so much so that it was a challenge to finish the book I really, really want to start ranting about how much this author messed up her seemingly brilliant story by sprinkling trite

  2. says:

    The writing was decent, I loved the era and the setting, I thought the author did it justice but the plot is still poorly done When you really think about it, we all know books have to have high stakes There was no real stake for our heroine at all She got drawn in by the painting, the only reason she helps is because she feels a certain pull to the ridiculously attractive lord and thus must help him Honestly, what if he was butt ugly Different situation entirely If our MC

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    Darker Still is a story that draws its inspiration from a number of great Gothic classics Bram Stoker s Dracula, Edgar Allen Poe s The Murders in the Rue Morgue, and Oscar Wilde s The Picture of Dorian Gray can be found in Darker Still, and yet this story still feels unique in a YA market that is flooded with witches, fairies, vampires, werewolves, and other supernatural creatures I love Victorian literature, and this book manages to tackle some fairly significant modern themes

  4. says:

    This started out kind of insta lovish and cheesy, but the puzzle of the curse and the haunted painting were really interesting and I ended up liking it mainly because of that and the Gothic atmosphere I was happy enough with the ending that I m probably not going to pick up the rest of the series, though I don t really need to see where else this goes.I do enjoy this author s writing Everything I ve read by her has had great atmosphere But I liked her adult series better, and I thi

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    My review 1.5 of 5 starsUhhhhh..Final Page ThoughtsDumb, dumb, dumb throws book First ThoughtsSo here s the story on how I came to obtain this book I was browsing through the library stacks and I was intrigued by the title and was even intrigued when I picked it up and saw the cover girl was wearing this gorgeous purple dress If you know anything about me, it s that I m a huge sucker for anything purple Yep That s my story Completely necessary addition to my review, I know I start rea

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    Darker StillA copy of this book was kindly provided by Sourcebooks Fire Publishing via Netgalley.For Natalie Stewart destiny is scrawled across the morning paper s headlines A story and a photo of a painting capture her attention It is the handsome portrait of a Lord Denbury, who is reported to have committed suicide in England Rumors swirl thick around the picture, some believe that it is haunted and that the essence of the young man is trapped inside Our mute heroine, Natalie is immediat

  7. says:

    I ve had Leanna Renee Hieber s Strangely Beautiful series on my wish list for a long time now so I was very excited to get my hands on an advanced copy of the first book in her new Magic Most Foul series Darker Still is a fantastic Gothic paranormal story set in Victorian New York and I loved it The story is told in the form of diary entries written by our heroine, 17 year old Natalie Natalie is a beautiful, intelligent young woman but since the trauma of witnessing her mother s death as a chi

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    Seventeen year old Natalie Stewart has been unable to speak since her mother died when she was a little girl, and so she has lived a rather isolated life After graduating from a school for the deaf and mute and returning home to New York City, she begins writing a diary to pass the time Her father works for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which in 1880, when the story is set, had only been opened for a few years Natalie becomes interested in a painting of Lord Denbury, a young English nobleman who

  9. says:

    I should first off say that this review will contain no spoilers as this book is not being released until November 2011 although it is a crime to make someone wait that long to read this wonderful piece of pure art I should also say that I am very much in love with the writing of Miss Hieber, and as such I may appear a little biased But I assure you, this review is meant wholeheartedly and with the mind that I have never before met and or heard of Leanna Renee Hieber To give a false review is to lie t

  10. says:

    With the back blurb giving a sort of mishmash of well known books forced into one YA book, I was happily surprised and relived how well Hieber weaved the stories of Dorian Gray and Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde into Darker Still taking well known stories and giving it her own twist on these tales and making it new. New York City 1882 Natalie Stewart a smart and clever seventeen year old life has been trouble since after a traumatic accident that killed her mother and left her without the ability to speak With nig

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