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    EBOOK DOWNLOAD Shadow of Night AUTHOR Deborah Harkness Characters ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Deborah Harkness Reuest to Readers of This Review who LOVED the book Please stop NOW do not read this review Based on the ridiculous repetitive comments left by lovers of this trilogy many of you cannot handle opinions that do not conform to your own feel the need to call me stupid tell me I have no right to read this book other nonsense I

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    Characters ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Deborah Harkness Deborah Harkness ☆ 9 Characters Free read Shadow of Night You gave your life to me Diana Bishop It's time to make use of it This is a hard review to write How do I sum up all the in

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    Free read Shadow of Night EBOOK DOWNLOAD Shadow of Night AUTHOR Deborah Harkness My rating 25 of 5 starsShadow of Night picks up ​​ immediately after A Discovery of Witches ends and I do mean immediately with little to no refresher This was my second attempt at reading and I attribute my success at completing it solely because of this recap I found online which was an immense help with Matthew and Diana traveling back

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    EBOOK DOWNLOAD Shadow of Night AUTHOR Deborah Harkness Cannot believe this book has 4 stars??? Have you read the same book I just suffered through?? actually listened to as a 24 hour long audiobook should have been my first warning I don't even want to read the 3rd book I'm so turned off by this LONG confusing seuel I can't imagine how she will be able to close the MANY loose ends she has floating out there And by the way did anyone else follow that crazy weaver b

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    Characters ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Deborah Harkness Deborah Harkness ☆ 9 Characters EBOOK DOWNLOAD Shadow of Night AUTHOR Deborah Harkness So imagine you’ve written a story about vampires and witches who hunt for a mysterious book full of power and life The story is set in the modern day with much of the action taking part in the city of Oxford along with many memorable scenes occurring in the Bodleian library It all sounds pretty decent Your central character slowly falls in love with a vampire the feelings are returned The two decide to poo

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    EBOOK DOWNLOAD Shadow of Night AUTHOR Deborah Harkness I was fairly eager to read Shadow of Night after reading Discovery of Witches I didn't hate it I didn't love it While I certainly had my ualms about the first book book you can read my review to see about that my review o

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    EBOOK DOWNLOAD Shadow of Night AUTHOR Deborah Harkness A few non spoilery things if you’ve finished the first one you’ll want to know before beginning this or things I wanted to know and needed my future self to tell me1 95% of this takes place in the pastThere are a few chapters that update you on what’s going on in the present but those were kind of dull sooooo2 The time traveli

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    EBOOK DOWNLOAD Shadow of Night AUTHOR Deborah Harkness Deborah Harkness ☆ 9 Characters Characters ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Deborah Harkness I'm bored out of my mind and just can't read another page I've been reading this book for over a week hundreds and hundreds of pages and virtually nothing has happened There has been so little forward progress it's astonishing Too many boring

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    Free read Shadow of Night EBOOK DOWNLOAD Shadow of Night AUTHOR Deborah Harkness Deborah Harkness ☆ 9 Characters I wish I could give this book than 3 stars To be honest it's receiving three only because I it piued my interest just enough to finish itI was so excited to read the second installment to Diana and Matthew's journey after reading The Discovery of Witches a couple of years ago and absolutely adoring the first book This book I found w

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    Deborah Harkness ☆ 9 Characters Characters ó E-book, or Kindle E-pub ☆ Deborah Harkness EBOOK DOWNLOAD Shadow of Night AUTHOR Deborah Harkness I received an advanced copy of this book through NetGalley thanks to the helpful comments from friends here on GoodReads Following is my review of the bookThis story begins at the same point where A Discovery of Witches left off with Diana Matt

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  • Kindle Edition
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  • Shadow of Night
  • Deborah Harkness
  • English
  • 15 October 2020
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Read á Shadow of Night ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Seeks out a witch to tutor her in magic the net of Matthew’s past tightens around them and they embark on a very different and vastly dangerous journey. I wish I could give this book than 3 stars To be honest it s receiving three only because I it piued my interest just enough to finish itI was so excited to read the second installment to Diana and Matthew s journey after reading The Discovery of Witches a couple of years ago and absolutely adoring the first book This book I found was too long with too many unnecessary characters Yes I became aware after reading the book that there is a glossary in the back of the bookbut on a Kindle you do not see that glossary or know about it until you reach the end of the book LOLThe first third of the book I found to be incredibly slow It involved the 2 main characters sitting around with other members of history simply spending time in a house babbling and arguing over what to do next over and over while the author kept adding in and tid bits of history that did not advance the plot or build characters at all It began to read much like a history text book The plot I found disorganized throughout the book it always felt like there was something that I missed somewhere along the way It almost felt like rules kept getting changed as the author wrote the book so to suit her needs and the plot s needs which left everything choppy and disjointed I may very well be wrong but that was the feeling I had while reading I also became frustrated with the lack of character growth with Diana and Matthew There was a few cliched and contrived profound moments but they felt forced and a little bit eye rolling in a way The way things were described became slightly repetitive after awhile if I have to read and my witch s third eye opened again I will cringe lol and I always pictured a literal eyeball opening up in the middle of her forheadweirdness Along with the whole world being draped with embroidery floss and bits of ropes and string it became ludicrous than anything else to me I understand that it was maybe a way to write something different that no one has really written before in regards to vampireswitchestime travel etc but it came across as funny than effective Too many ideas written weakly than focusing on one or two and creating a really strong atmosphere throughout the book Sadly overall I was disappointed with the book It was far too long with too much extra writing that did not have anything to do with charactersplot which could have made the book far shorter and faster paced I know I know please don t throw stones LOL it s just my opinion and only that I did truly love the first book The redeeming character in this book was Phillipe and I do wish he had played a bigger part or that there is some way to re introduce him in the third book Somehow and kudos to the author as it did hold my interest long enough to want to know ultimately what happened and read through to the ending Literarische Orte in Deutschsprachigen Erz�hlungen Des Mittelalters past tightens around them and they embark on a very different and vastly dangerous journey. I wish I could give this book than 3 stars To be honest it s receiving three only because I it Reign of a King Kingdom Duet #1 piued my interest just enough to finish itI was so excited to read the second installment to Diana and Matthew s journey after reading The Discovery of Witches a couple of years ago and absolutely adoring the first book This book I found was too long with too many unnecessary characters Yes I became aware after reading the book that there is a glossary in the back of the bookbut on a Kindle you do not see that glossary or know about it until you reach the end of the book LOLThe first third of the book I found to be incredibly slow It involved the 2 main characters sitting around with other members of history simply spending time in a house babbling and arguing over what to do next over and over while the author kept adding in and tid bits of history that did not advance the Mr Black And White plot or build characters at all It began to read much like a history text book The Misteri Perilaku Anak Sulung Tengah Bungsu dan Tunggal plot I found disorganized throughout the book it always felt like there was something that I missed somewhere along the way It almost felt like rules kept getting changed as the author wrote the book so to suit her needs and the Stars from Another Sky The Bombay Film World of the 1940s plot s needs which left everything choppy and disjointed I may very well be wrong but that was the feeling I had while reading I also became frustrated with the lack of character growth with Diana and Matthew There was a few cliched and contrived Database Internals: A Deep Dive into How Distributed Data Systems Work profound moments but they felt forced and a little bit eye rolling in a way The way things were described became slightly repetitive after awhile if I have to read and my witch s third eye opened again I will cringe lol and I always The Buried Sky pictured a literal eyeball opening up in the middle of her forheadweirdness Along with the whole world being draped with embroidery floss and bits of ropes and string it became ludicrous than anything else to me I understand that it was maybe a way to write something different that no one has really written before in regards to vampireswitchestime travel etc but it came across as funny than effective Too many ideas written weakly than focusing on one or two and creating a really strong atmosphere throughout the book Sadly overall I was disappointed with the book It was far too long with too much extra writing that did not have anything to do with charactersplot which could have made the book far shorter and faster Dark Night Dawning paced I know I know Die Schopenhauer-Marquet-Prozesse Und Das Preussische Recht please don t throw stones LOL it s just my opinion and only that I did truly love the first book The redeeming character in this book was Phillipe and I do wish he had Natura Domnului Hristos played a bigger Knave of Hearts part or that there is some way to re introduce him in the third book Somehow and kudos to the author as it did hold my interest long enough to want to know ultimately what happened and read through to the ending

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Read á Shadow of Night ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Picking up from A Discovery of Witches’ cliffhanger ending Shadow of Night takes Diana and Matthew on a trip through time to Elizabethan London where t. You gave your life to me Diana Bishop It s time to make use of it This is a hard review to write How do I sum up all the intense emotions and thoughts that this book conjured in me So please forgive me if this review is not worthy of the book for this was truly an incredible story and like the first book one I will have to read again and again The book starts off exactly where A Discovery of Witches ended Matthew and Diana have traveled back to Oxford 1591 in search of a witch powerful enough to teach Diana how to use her magic and a sacred book Ashmole 782 the book of origins But all does not go according to plan and once back in Oxford Diana and Matthew are caught up in his life at the time and the Shadow of Night the group of academics who all make a huge mark on history In 1591 England Matthew is a spy for ueen Elizabeth and a member of the Congregation and one of the instrumental people in the slaughter of many witches in Scotland and other parts of Europe But The Matthew Clairmont that has returned to this time with Diana is a very different Vampire and naturally his view of Witches has changed greatly So right off the bat we watch as Matthew struggles with having to carry out the actions of his past self wanting to right the wrongs he committed but fearing he will alter the future in some terrible way The aspect of time and how every little action affects the future left me feeling unsettled because I was looking back on my past actions and uestioning what would my life have been like had I changed even one thing Diana on the other hand gets caught up in trying to fit in in 1591 England She talks funny is taller and skinnier than the women of this time and if that s not all she has to contend with a bitter and jealous Christopher Marlowe and his love for Matthew and hatred for her Then to top it all off her magic is acting all sorts of weird So for the first part of the book Diana s magic and Ashmole 782 are kind of put on hold while my favorite couple deals with adjusting to the past While this might have annoyed some readers I found Harkness ability to bring the characters of the past to life so exciting that I too forgot the real reason they had traveled back in time But once we leave part 1 and head into the depths of Harkness s second book we are taken on an incredible emotional and thought provoking journey After thinking about this book for a few days I realized what really moved me about it She broke the book up into parts and each section had it s own message that really stuck with me In part 1 I felt frustrated because of the tension between Diana and Matthew but upon reflection I felt it was because they were trying to reconcile who they were individually with who they needed to become as a unit Their inability to properly communicate and their lingering insecurities are something a lot of new couples go through and part 1 ends with a lot of unsettling emotions leaving you and the characters uestioning everything However part 2 calms some of those fears as it focuses on love forgiveness and healing The growth of Matthew and Diana s relationship was incredible as they finally consummate their relationship and you begin to believe that everything is perfect with them they have overcome their demons but just like in real life consummating your relationship does not wipe out any lingering insecurities and while we end with a positive feeling about the direction of Matthew and Diana like all couples they still have hurdles to cross individually and as a couple Part 2 was special for me in other ways for it was not only love that was central in this section but forgiveness and healing It was the growth of Matthew and Ysabeau that really made this part special for me well that and Philippe who was an incredible character and one I will miss in the coming book Both are broken characters and through the events of this section begin to forgive themselves which leads to the beginning of healing whats long been broken inside I left this part in tears as it really moved me and made me think about the act of forgiveness and the toll that self hatred can take on ones life Part 3 was eual parts exciting as it was sad as Diana finally gets to use her magic and confront her fears but her and Matthew must battle a shared loss and learn how to cope with it together While in part 2 Matthew confront his demons part 3 is about Diana facing her own for she is still afraid of her power and herself and with the help of some fantastic characters she is finally able to confront those fears This is where part of the verse that begins Discovery of Witches comes into play as Diana must battle with herself and her fears that what she is might be evil or wrong It is here that she must break down the walls she has spent her life constructing and come face to face with the real Diana living inside her What comes of this revelation is absolutely spectacular and left me thinking a lot about the universe Harkness ideas about the threads of life that connect everything around us really had me thinking a lot about my own beliefs In college I wanted to expand my mind and hallucinogenics was the route I took so when Harkness begins to describe the universe as different colored threads I could see what Diana was weaving as though it was I handling the threads of life Since I first stepped into that other world back in college I have always believed that we are all connected and that our every action is connected in some way to everything around us Part 3 really left me thinking about the universe and our connection to everything within it Part 4 had me wringing my hands with frustration as I hated the Emperor but it also brought a lot of uestions to mind about evolution and power and the destruction of too much knowledge I am always seeking out answers about the universe but what if you know to much how does that affect you as a human can you move on or will it consume you These were the uestions I have always had and this is what I felt in part 4 when they learn about Ashmole 782 Watching how the book affected those it came in contact with including Diana and Matthew brought all those old ideas and uestions of mine to the surface and left me feeling a little uncomfortable but this was also the section that Diana and Matthew truly become one and after everything that has come before it I felt that they had finally evolved as a solid and unbreakable couple The final two parts where the perfect winde down with Diana fully embracing her firedrake and being the ass kicking witch we know her to be getting to spend time with her father going on an actual date with Matthew and saying goodbye to all of her friends before heading back to her own time We get a glimpse of how her and Matthew have changed things in their present day and the sense that while Harkness has taken me on a graceful and gentle decline after the emotional and thought provoking roller coaster that I had been on the sense of bigger things yet to come still lingers in the air and has stayed with me these past few days It begins with absence and desireIt begins with blood and fearIt begins with a discovery of witchesThe All Souls Trilogy filled an absence in my reading life a desire for knowledge a need to understand the secrets in the blood that travels through my body and a fear that I might be permanently changed by what I learn It began with a Discovery of Witches and continued with a lot of uestions some answers and characters that I love and miss like dear friends When it comes to Deborah Harkness s amazing ability to weave an incredible supernatural love story with history and science who knows what it will end with

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Read á Shadow of Night ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Hey are plunged into a world of spies magic and a coterie of Matthew’s old friends the School of Night As the search for Ashmole 782 deepens and Diana. I was fairly eager to read Shadow of Night after reading Discovery of Witches I didn t hate it I didn t love it While I certainly had my ualms about the first book book you can read my review to see about that my review of Shadow of Night is eually ambivalent but for different reasons SPOILERS AHEADFirst the good Harkness finally utilizes her skills as an Elizabethan historian for than painting a sentimental picture of Oxford Taking her characters into Elizabethan England was smart because it allowed her to create a vibrant setting than before borrowing from a vast knowledge of tiny facts and details to transport the reader to 1590s Oxford and London I especially enjoyed reading about Diana s wardrobe and her initial difficulties mastering the dialects of the time In Shadow Harkness creates a version of Diana that is MUCH likable than the first Unlike the first book she is not ceaselessly crying nor does she seem as attracted to Matthew s Edward Cullen ish controlling tendencies Instead she creates a woman who is much believable as a strong capable bright academic one who is willing to stand up for what she wants and who doesn t let her husband bully her as he did in the first book The witchcraft writing is definitely stronger in this book than the last I enjoyed the weaving elements if the time travel was a bit weak We finally get to see Diana demonstrate some mastery of her craft and learn from witches who can do way cooler stuff than either of her aunts The firedrake could be a seriously fun character in the future Although Harkness takes a while to get to these scenes in the book about halfway through actually once she does the plot really starts to take off Oddly the fathers are the best new characters in the book which is sad because they are both dead in the present time Steven Proctor is delightfully foppish and I love that he takes the time to embarrass the hell out of his vampire son in law I wish there was a way we d see him again because he might be my new favorite character Phillipe is also a vibrant new character whom I like most because of his arrogance He is larger than life in a way I think Harkness meant Matthew to be in the first book but didn t uite attain I m sad he won t reappear in the third book at least it s unlikely unless somehow Diana and Matthew changed time enough to save his lifehmmnot impossible The bad Harkness still needs to work on her character building A lot people have remarked that they are not really in love with the characters and a big part of that is because of their inconsistencies Diana s fear of her own magic made a little sense when she was a crybaby although that never really jibed with her success as an academic I m in that world and it s competitive Now that she s abandoned the tears for the second book it makes no sense that she is still scared of learning about her own magic and the world from whence she comes She s a HISTORIAN OF ALCHEMY for pete s sake She s the definition of someone who should be bending over backwards to learn how to use magic Matthew on the other hand seems to fade into the shadow after which he is nicknamed Despite the fact that we learn so much of his backstory in this book it often felt like he was a spectator in the scenes he was in rather than a protagonist As a result the emotionally wrenching scenes between him and Diana seem to come out of nowhere He was a crabby old man for the first half of the book often absent on unexplained spy work and then suddenly he turned back into Will Darcy His dialogue often came out of nowhere and his body never seemed to do than stand at windows and run his hands through his hair The moon between my thighs Enough said Too many of the secondary characters collapse into one another The School of Night all essentially had the same personalities the most irritating of which was Kit Marlowe I still don t understand why Matthew didn t just kill him All of the secondary vampires talked the same and looked the same male or female Francoise Pierre Gallowglass Hancock Benjamindoes it really matter Just write INTIMIDATING VAMPIRE and be done with it All in all I think your ability to enjoy this book and the series as a whole depends on your willingness to cast a blind eye at the stuff you don t like on a regular basis For me the escape of the story provides enough to want to read it and finish the series I mostly just want to know what the writing is in the mysterious book I also wouldn t mind meeting their kids But if you re a stickler for things like pretty prose stable character development and sensible time travel writing this may not be the book for you Database Internals: A Deep Dive into How Distributed Data Systems Work plunged into a world of spies magic and a coterie of Matthew’s old friends the School of Night As the search for Ashmole 782 deepens and Diana. I was fairly eager to read Shadow of Night after reading Discovery of Witches I didn t hate it I didn t love it While I certainly had my ualms about the first book book you can read my review to see about that my review of Shadow of Night is eually ambivalent but for different reasons SPOILERS AHEADFirst the good Harkness finally utilizes her skills as an Elizabethan historian for than The Buried Sky painting a sentimental Dark Night Dawning picture of Oxford Taking her characters into Elizabethan England was smart because it allowed her to create a vibrant setting than before borrowing from a vast knowledge of tiny facts and details to transport the reader to 1590s Oxford and London I especially enjoyed reading about Diana s wardrobe and her initial difficulties mastering the dialects of the time In Shadow Harkness creates a version of Diana that is MUCH likable than the first Unlike the first book she is not ceaselessly crying nor does she seem as attracted to Matthew s Edward Cullen ish controlling tendencies Instead she creates a woman who is much believable as a strong capable bright academic one who is willing to stand up for what she wants and who doesn t let her husband bully her as he did in the first book The witchcraft writing is definitely stronger in this book than the last I enjoyed the weaving elements if the time travel was a bit weak We finally get to see Diana demonstrate some mastery of her craft and learn from witches who can do way cooler stuff than either of her aunts The firedrake could be a seriously fun character in the future Although Harkness takes a while to get to these scenes in the book about halfway through actually once she does the Die Schopenhauer-Marquet-Prozesse Und Das Preussische Recht plot really starts to take off Oddly the fathers are the best new characters in the book which is sad because they are both dead in the Natura Domnului Hristos present time Steven Proctor is delightfully foppish and I love that he takes the time to embarrass the hell out of his vampire son in law I wish there was a way we d see him again because he might be my new favorite character Phillipe is also a vibrant new character whom I like most because of his arrogance He is larger than life in a way I think Harkness meant Matthew to be in the first book but didn t uite attain I m sad he won t reappear in the third book at least it s unlikely unless somehow Diana and Matthew changed time enough to save his lifehmmnot impossible The bad Harkness still needs to work on her character building A lot Knave of Hearts people have remarked that they are not really in love with the characters and a big Tantalized part of that is because of their inconsistencies Diana s fear of her own magic made a little sense when she was a crybaby although that never really jibed with her success as an academic I m in that world and it s competitive Now that she s abandoned the tears for the second book it makes no sense that she is still scared of learning about her own magic and the world from whence she comes She s a HISTORIAN OF ALCHEMY for بهانه‌های مأنوس pete s sake She s the definition of someone who should be bending over backwards to learn how to use magic Matthew on the other hand seems to fade into the shadow after which he is nicknamed Despite the fact that we learn so much of his backstory in this book it often felt like he was a spectator in the scenes he was in rather than a Agente d'élite - Le récit inspirant d'une enfant de Barbès protagonist As a result the emotionally wrenching scenes between him and Diana seem to come out of nowhere He was a crabby old man for the first half of the book often absent on unexplained spy work and then suddenly he turned back into Will Darcy His dialogue often came out of nowhere and his body never seemed to do than stand at windows and run his hands through his hair The moon between my thighs Enough said Too many of the secondary characters collapse into one another The School of Night all essentially had the same Le pouvoir du pardon radical personalities the most irritating of which was Kit Marlowe I still don t understand why Matthew didn t just kill him All of the secondary vampires talked the same and looked the same male or female Francoise Pierre Gallowglass Hancock Benjamindoes it really matter Just write INTIMIDATING VAMPIRE and be done with it All in all I think your ability to enjoy this book and the series as a whole depends on your willingness to cast a blind eye at the stuff you don t like on a regular basis For me the escape of the story The Secrets Within provides enough to want to read it and finish the series I mostly just want to know what the writing is in the mysterious book I also wouldn t mind meeting their kids But if you re a stickler for things like El joven de caracter pretty Silent Woods prose stable character development and sensible time travel writing this may not be the book for you