- Capa dura: 704 páginas
- Editora: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers; Edição: Lrg (28 de março de 2017)
- Idioma: Inglês
- ISBN-10: 0316464279
- ISBN-13: 978-0316464277
- Dimensões do produto: 15,9 x 4,4 x 23,5 cm
- Peso de envio: 921 g
- Avaliação média: 2 avaliações de clientes
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Strange the Dreamer (Inglês) Capa dura – Formato grande, 28 mar 2017
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This book is wonderful!
It's so captivating!
English is not my first language and sometimes because it's kinda lyrical I kept reading the same passage repeatedly, but it was totally worth it.
Lazlo is an amazing character and I loved Sarai as well.
But Minya, well, Minya is a bitch. That's only I can say about her.
I can hardly wait for the sequel!!!!
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The brothers told Lazlo Strange he’d come in the wagonload of war orphans. He grows up with nothing except for his dreams about a mythical city called Weep, based on the stories an old monk shares with him. Sent to deliver manuscripts to the library, he stumbles upon a neglected vault of fairytales and he stays. The library-staff apprentices him and the more he reads, the more convinced he is that his destiny is linked to the far-off and forbidden city and then one day, a caravan arrives from Weep—this is Lazlo’s chance—if only he’s brave enough to put himself forward.
But the city of Weep has its own tragedies. For 200 years, its people were slaves to the evil godlike overlords. Fifteen years ago, Eril-Fane, called the Godslayer, lead a revolt and the gods died, but Weep is still haunted. Its people are desperate for cure and Eril-Fane has come in search saviors.
At the same time, Sarai, one of the five god-spawn children, who escaped death, uses her god-gift of invading sleepers’ dreams to make Weep’s population fear the angel citadel where the god-spawn hide. As a child, she enjoyed inflicting nightmares. Now, at seventeen, after spending so much time in others’ minds, she has questions and regrets. She enters Lazlo’s dream and, unlike any other dreamer she’s ever known, he sees her.
The world building is rich and enchanting, but the characters made me fall in love with the story. Life has been unfair to Lazlo, yet he’s kind, gentle and genuinely wants to help others. All the characters are deep, complex and conflicted and their interactions including the love story and those who seek revenge compelled me to keep turning pages.
If you read fantasy to be captivated by a story, this is a book for you.
Just so you know, I borrowed this book from my library’s digital consortium and I loved it so much, I had to buy my own copy.
One of my more favorite descriptions from this book. There is so much to love about this story, none that I will tell you for that is what you should find and embrace for yourself. I will say though this is my first time reading this author's work, but I'm with no doubt of her being a literary beauty. Her descriptions of moments, feelings, and drive make this book one that will so easily not be forgotten. I look so forward to see what comes of our journey for the dreamer. May we all have such a heart in life as comparable to our protagonist and never lose sight of what it means to give for nothing less than because others are in need.