☉ [PDF / Epub] ☆ Wildalone (Wildalone Sagas, #1) By Krassi Zourkova ❤ – Golanvideoagency.info

Wildalone (Wildalone Sagas, #1) In This Darkly Imaginative Debut Novel Full Of Myth, Magic, Romance, And Mystery, A Princeton Freshman Is Drawn Into A Love Triangle With Two Enigmatic Brothers, And Discovers Terrifying Secrets About Her Family And Herself A Bewitching Blend Of Twilight, The Secret History, Jane Eyre, And A Discovery Of WitchesArriving At Princeton For Her Freshman Year, Thea Slavin Finds Herself Alone, A Stranger In A Strange Land Away From Her Family And Her Eastern European Homeland For The First Time, She Struggles To Adapt To Unfamiliar American Ways And The Challenges Of College Life Including An Enigmatic Young Man Whose Brooding Good Looks And Murky Past Intrigue Her Drawn To The Elusive Rhys And His Equally Handsome And Mysterious Brother, Jake, She Ventures Into A Sensual Mythic Underworld As Irresistible As It Is DangerousIn This Shadow World That Seems To Mimic Greek Mythology And The Bulgarian Legends Of The Samodivi Or Wildalones Forest Witches Who Beguile And Entrap Men Thea Will Discover A Family Secret Bound To Transform Her Forever If She Can Accept That Dead Doesn T Always Mean Gone, And Love Doesn T Always Distinguish Between The Two

About the Author: Krassi Zourkova

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10 thoughts on “Wildalone (Wildalone Sagas, #1)

  1. says:

    i was drawn to this book because 1 pretty cover and 2 The Secret History comp which gets me every time and i understand that this book was described as a BLEND of Twilight, The Secret History, Jane Eyre, and A Discovery of Witches, but people have got to stop using The Secret History as a readalike it generally do

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    I m walking away from this one I m not rating it either Why First the good The writing in this book is really good There is a blend with Greek mythology and Bulgarian folklore involving the samodivi or wildalone that were some of the best I ve read Fascinating I actually hate that I m not going to stick around to see whe

  3. says:

    The premise of this book sounded SO good and totally in my wheelhouse, but ultimately there was nothing I enjoyed about it whatsoever In fact, I resented the time I spent reading it, as I found nothing to redeem it The writing was awkward and made it clear that Zourkova is not a native English speaker, the main heroine is spine

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    This book is amazing guys, it really is When I first read the tittle I was confused, because I didn t know what it meant but as I read I understood This book has a lot of Greek mythology and I just couldn t stop reading If you love Greek mythology, read this book If you don t like Greek mythology still, read it You ll like it anway Zourkova

  6. says:

    I was gifted a copy of this title by the author in exchange for an honest review Thank you Wow, this book was extremely complicated and complex No joke Wildalone mixes an innovative yet uncanny mixture of Greek and Bulgarian mythology while implementing a modern day twist to it.It follows Thea Slavin a piano prodigy, who travels from her home coun

  7. says:

    I actually don t know what to think about this book I feel like I really shouldn t have liked it, because there were so many things wrong with it which I will expand upon below but for some reason, I still did kind of like it So, it gets the somewhat meaningless, stuck in limbo rating of 3 stars.I m saying this to myself for the thousandth time I NEED TO

  8. says:

    It s been a long time since I ve read a modern Gothic in a contemporary setting as enthralling as Wildalone Reminiscent of novels such as The Secret History and Lake of Dead Languages, Wildalone is a flawless blend of myth, fated love, and Gothic suspense Among the many things that I loved about this novel was the way in which Zourkova interweaves Greek and Bulg

  9. says:

    I have some good news and bad news for readers of Wildalone by Krassi Zourkova The good news is that I cannot tell you clearly enough how unique and refreshing this book is The bad news is that I am not sure how many reasons to give you without spoiling the plot As an author and avid reader myself I wasn t expecting the contents of this story What truly blows me away i

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    Library Journal starred review Zourkova, Krassi Wildalone Morrow Jan 2015 384p ISBN 9780062328021 25.99 ebk ISBN 9780062328045 FZourkova infuses her first novel with atmosphere, lyrical language, Greek mythology, Bulgarian folklore, and the sharp stab of first love Thea is a piano prodigy from Bulgaria beginning her freshman year at Princeton University After a public concert

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