נערי העורב

נערי העורב

Maggie Stiefvater יעל אכמון / Feb 24, 2020

  • Title: נערי העורב
  • Author: Maggie Stiefvater יעל אכמון
  • ISBN: 9789655528206
  • Page: 351
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      • Maggie Stiefvater יעל אכמון

        New York Times bestselling author of The Shiver Trilogy, The Raven Cycle, and The Scorpio Races Artist Driver of things with wheels Avid reader.All of Maggie Stiefvater s life decisions have been based around her inability to be gainfully employed Talking to yourself, staring into space, and coming to work in your pajamas are frowned upon when you re a waitress, calligraphy instructor, or technical editor all of which she s tried , but are highly prized traits in novelists and artists She s made her living as one or the other since she was 22 She now lives an eccentric life in the middle of nowhere, Virginia with her charmingly straight laced husband, two kids, two neurotic dogs, and a 1973 Camaro named Loki.


    1. Quirky loner girl meets privileged rich boy(s). Forbidden love and angst ensue.I seem to have this habit. For the past couple of years, I've mostly been deliberately avoiding paranormal YA from authors I don't already love. The genre is a hard sell for me, filled with tropes that lead to low ratings and irritated reviews. But really, what tends to happen is this: the first book comes out and I avoid it, look the other way as other bloggers get excited and fangirl over the upcoming sequel. Then t [...]

    2. i'm so glad i re-read this before carrying on with the series! there were so many things that i had forgotten. SO MANY IMPORTANT THINGS. plus it was fun to re-read, because of all the foreshadowing. SO MCUH FORESHADOWING I TELL YA. i'm reading the series as apart of the missmareadalong & there is still time to join in if you want to read the raven cycle this month!! more info here: youtu/43yx_rDnNIc plus there are lots of GIVEAWAAAAYS happening! more info for that here: youtu/KOMi6lHEV7o

    3. Reread in 2017:I loved it so much more the second time! Every character was unique and fleshed out and I fell in love with them all! Well, most of them. Can't wait to pick up The Dream Thieves!Book 34/100 of 2015:I really enjoyed this! I came into this book not knowing anything about the plot, just that there were some weirdly named kids and something about ravens. It was a little difficult to get into as I had no idea where the plot would go and it was just overall pretty slow. However, halfway [...]

    4. “She wasn’t interested in telling other people’s futures. She was interested in going out and finding her own.”This review contains *spoilers*.I went into this book expecting to hate it, but I was truly surprised by it— right from page 1.I read the prologue before I went to bed and I had to convince myself to put it down because I knew if I wouldn’t, I’d be extremely sleep deprived the next morning. It was so good. And it was constantly on my mind the next morning, I kept thinking [...]

    5. A TV SHOW! A TV SHOW! - It's going to be directed by Catherine Hardwick, the woman who directed Twilight and Red Riding Hood. I know some of you think she may not be the best choice but I think she's perfect. She has a talent for mystery and magic, and if you aren't convinced you should watch Eyewitness, which is a fantastic and highly underrated TV show. Catherine directed a couple of episodes. Also, Maggie Stiefvater will be a producer for the show, which (hopefully) means that they won't stra [...]

    6. On a cold night every spring, sixteen-year-old Blue and her psychic mother wait in a churchyard for the dead to arrive. Her mother is usually the one who sees the spirits of people who will die within the next twelve months, but this year, Blue herself is startled by the sad, desperate sight of a boy named Gansey falling to his knees before her."There are only two reasons a non-seer would see a spirit on St. Mark's Eve, Blue. Either you're his true loveor you killed him."With those chilling word [...]

    7. OK. SO THIS BOOK WAS PRETTY GREAT.The book was very slow-moving for the first half or so, but I always found myself drawn in by the beautiful writing and the fabulous characters. This story is first and foremost about the characters, and I completely adored the friendship between the boys, and between Blue and the boys later on. Going into this, I thought it was going to be told solely from Blue's POV, and I am so glad that it wasn't. Getting to know the boys before they got to know Blue was a r [...]

    8. MY BLOG: Melissa Martin's Reading ListI absolutely loved this book! But, here's the thing, I didn't know what was going on through half of the book and I'm still a little up in the air with what all they were doing. I just know that I FREAKING LOVED IT AND CAN'T WAIT FOR MORE! YEAH. I'M A LITTLE CRAZY! LOLOkay so there are these four rich boys that go to the rich school, Aglionby. They are the main characters. We have Gansey, Adam, Ronan and Noah, they are called the raven boys and I forgot whil [...]

    9. 4 Stars!What an enjoyable read this was.Blue, a teenage girl lives in a house full of psychic aunts and her mother. Ever since Blue was little, she was told that her true love will die if she kisses him. (That's one way to scare a little childit)Blue goes to church with her Aunt Neeve on St. Mark's Eve, which is when the spirits of those who will die in the next twelve months come through. (Nice.)Blue has no psychic ability, but she sees the spirit of a boy named Gansey. Aunt Neeve tells her thi [...]

    10. Easily the best book I've read all year. I've never read a book before where I love every single character equally. Blue: she is everything i aspire to be and i just want to be bffs with herGansey: yes plz Ronan: he's so scary and angry but you just know he secretly loves to watch cute cat videos Adam: he must be wrapped in a warm blanket and protected at all costsNoah: my precious cinnamon bun

    11. The only character I like is Ronan. Which is very ironic.It might be time for Maggie Stiefvater and I to part ways.Truly, there's nothing actually ''wrong'' with her style; it simply does not appeal to me. But this is the kind of story that I feel would be read in a better way if written in the 1st person point of view instead of 3rd. There is this possibility to feel connected to the protagonists but a slim and invisible barrier seems to continuously block that connection. Even for Ronan. I may [...]

    12. THIS BOOK IS MIRACULOUS.There are psychics and ghosts and very human characters and boys in private-school uniforms and ravens and magical places and sentient trees. There’s magic and a badass girl and my new favorite boy and Latin and a refurbished warehouse that makes for a very scholar-cute apartment and Welsh mythology and a pizza restaurant. emmareadstoomuch.wordpressIn short, sososososo many things I am always thrilled to see. Every time a ghost or a psychic or a well-described setting - [...]

    13. “You're looking for a god. Didn't you suspect that there was also a devil?”Instant new favorite!!Psychics. Ghosts. Spirits. Sleeping kings. Legends. Enchanted forests. And a cursed romance. Maggie Stiefvater is an artist, ladies and gentlemen!“Blue Sargent had forgotten how many times she'd been told that she would kill her true love.”I was spellbound by this hauntingly beautiful paranormal tale since that very first sentence. Maggie Stiefvater narrates the story of how Blue Sargent met [...]

    14. Reread #3: Oct 2017:Yeah I meanI'm just Raven cycle trash by this point and my heart is full of LOVE AND HURT for this series I can't even.😍😍😍(It gets better every time.)Re-read #2: Feb 2016:SO THIS IS A RE-READ BECAUSE I'M 100000% OBSESSED WITH THIS BOOK. But I'm also an idiot and lost my original review. Let me cryyyyy. I desperately wanted to compare my then and now thoughts. AGHHH, CAIT. FIRE YOUR STUPID BRAIN. I'll just blame it on the fact that I am too insanely besotted with this [...]

    15. Yesterday I walked into my library's Young Adult section which is inside its own special Young Adult room. There were all these kids hanging out playing video games when this bearded 31 year old man walked into the room. He was a man on a mission, a mission to quickly identify the YA Series section, track down the YA SER RAV label on the spine of The Raven Boys, and get the heck outta that room before anyone knew I (I mean he) was there. Mission accomplished. Then I walked around the library loo [...]

    16. "What happened was they drove to Harry’s and Gansey ordered flavors of gelato until the table wouldn’t hold any more bowls and Ronan convinced the staff to turn the overhead speakers up and Blue laughed for the first time at something Gansey said and they were loud and triumphant and kings of Henrietta, because they’d found the ley line and because it was starting, it was starting.”(Artwork by Static)There was so much more to this book. What it was: a group of kids searching for a dead w [...]

    17. Do I need to even explain myself? No? Well, I will anyway.This book has it all:The best characters.Maggie (I feel like we're on a first name basis) doesn't neglect developing any of the characters. Whether they show up for one scene or are a main character, they are real, fleshed-out people. I have a hard time believing Blue and the Raven Boys aren't walking around somewhere in Virginia right now on their search.Perfect writing.It's almost frightening how accurately the writing fits the mood of [...]

    18. Todo el libro me gustó muchísimo con excepción de los últimos capítulos. Me confundieron bastante, pero no sólo eso el "conflicto final" no me emocionó nada, lo sentí flojoRO en sí me gustaron bastante los personajes y claro que seguiré leyendo la saga. La historia me parece original y muy mística, tiene ese aire mágico que me encanta leer.

    19. ”He felt raw: the chronicle of his fiercest desire stripped from him by force.”After finishing “The Raven Boys” I have about a thousand of questions, the most pressing one however is the following: Why did I wait so long to read this freaking awesome book???I mean seriously!!?? What’s wrong with me!? How could I survive without knowing about “The Raven Cycle”?! I loved this book! It was so magical and mysterious and all the characters were so unique and well developed! What I loved [...]

    20. Raven Boys turns out to be more interesting that I thought it would be.I was reluctant to start this series, not only that most of the hyped YA series always disappointed me, this one also seems like a book written specifically for girls. Don’t kill me SJW, here’s the fact and statistic. If I go to the front page of Raven Boys, out of my friend list (right now around 600), 200 of them has read and rated it. Out of those 200, only 13 of them consists of male. Yes, 13 out of 200 AND this is on [...]

    21. This book is in my top favorites list. Kinda wished I would've read it sooner because it had the perfect blend of magic, friendship, bad guys that should be either shot or kicked in a hole somewhere remote, unforgettable characters (main characters or not) and a awesome story plot, that didn't get off track. My absolute favorite character, even though he wasn't the main male character, is Ronan Lynch. It was love at first sarcastic comment.Really can't wait to read the rest of this series and ho [...]

    22. Review with my funny face? youtu/mZyzt0qw7tgI enjoyed the hell out of this book. At one point, and I shit you not, I literally yelled "FUN!". Don't worry I was in my bedroom so no side eye whatsoever.I was simply enthralled.I've seen people said so and so is an 'atmospheric book' and I have never truly understood what they meant before. Until i picked this up. The Raven Boys was the definition of ambien and mystery. And I was simply lost to hours of intensely joyful read.I got so invested in the [...]

    23. Up until the very end, I was so sure The Raven Boys would be making an appearance on my top favorites list. Maggie Stiefvater’s latest book has everything I want from a great reading experience, a complex narrative, an intriguing and highly developed cast of characters, an utterly haunting style of writing that just blew me away from the first sentence recounting a dire prophecy. Sadly, my enthusiasm dampened somewhat once I sensed Stiefvater was trying a bit too hard to set up a new series, l [...]

    24. This book is why I give authors second, third, and sometimes even fourth chances (*cough* Colleen Hoover *cough*). Because while I might not enjoy one book they wrote, I like to think that doesn't mean I'll hate everything they publish. Take Stiefvater. I tried to read Shiver a while back, and my review for it is literally just this gif: This book is also why I believe in mood reading. I picked it up a while ago and got about 50 pages in before setting it aside. The opening ist strong. I mean, c [...]

    25. Oh my days!!!!💃💃💃💃💃. My first book by Maggie!!! And i get the hype surrounding this book nw.i totally get it. Storyline.unlike any i have read, didnt seem cliche at all, characters so eccentric and soo cool. For once rich kids that are not busy sleeping around and throwing parties.h of fresh air. Gansey my new book bf😍😍😍😍😍. The only thing missing????? My beautiful shipsi need them to survive but that didnt take away frm the awesomeness of this book. Starting the nex [...]

    26. #1 The Raven Boys ★★★★★#2 The Dream Thieves ★★★★★#3 Blue Lily, Lily Blue ★★★★★#4 The Raven King ???“She wasn't interested in telling other people's futures. She was interested in going out and finding her own.”All Blue's life, she's been surrounded by psychics: her mother, her aunt, her mother's live-in best friends. Blue can't predict anything, though - she's just an energy amplifier for everyone (and everything) around here. Her future has been set in stone fo [...]

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