Falling From The Tree (Darshian Tales #2)
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Falling From the Tree (Darshian Tales #2)
So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works. I have read all her books so far and look forward to buying more. I especially liked the additional side story, "Landing Softly".
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Ann Somerville So, " 0 prequel " sorts by 0 under the label "prequel. And the humour that was in the first book is still there which helps a lot. I I love how this series doesn't just focus on romance between two people, but also shows other types of love. I still had moments where I had to stop a little while coz i can't stop laughing Which might be because I take pleasure even from small things like a joke Anyways, totally love it. Aug 31, Ulaumes rated it liked it.
This really isn't a romance, Arman and Kei are there, but this is more Karik centric. Part 1: slow, kinda boring, nearly stopped reading - low 2 star, not offensive, just a slog Part 2: decent, got stuff done, much easier to get through - 2 to 3 star, not romance, but at least not boring. Side story: the shortest, but best part of the book though there wasn't much romance - 3 star. I was good and I am glad i finished it. There was to much arguing in this book.
It had a nice ending though and i will see if the next in the series is any better. Mostly it's because I don't appreciate how almost all the conflict comes from misscomunication and missunderstandings, it's lazy and frustrating. Again, the characters are the book's saving grace, in my opinion. Midsummer Curse.
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Unlike his real parents, Karik was modest and scholarly, which was one of the reasons Kei liked him so much. Are they to stay here? Pira sat down at the table and poured herself some of the tea. What, younger than me? I thought I was your adopted child, Pira. Yes, they would, Kei said, smiling at him in gratitude. Now hurry up and clear off. Yes, Ma, Kei said cheekily, but he leaned over and kissed her forehead. He ducked away from her attempts to tug his braid, but forgot Arman had an easier reach. Stop teasing her, and come give me my letters, Arman said sternly, but inside, he was smiling.
Kei had hardly changed in sixteen years and Arman still adored every teasing, annoying inch of him. So what does your brother say? Kei asked as they lazed in the bath after supper and two more hours of paperwork.
Prijus encourages her, of course—no sense in that damn family at all, it seems. It got pretty ugly, he says. They could come up here.