[E–pub/E–book] The Beguilers

  • Paperback
  • 196
  • The Beguilers
  • Kate Thompson
  • English
  • 12 December 2019
  • 9780142501399

Kate Thompson ✓ 9 Read

Read The Beguilers ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub review The Beguilers Ts out on her lonely danger filled journey where she will struggle to keep her strength and her sanity What she learns there will change her life and the life of her village foreve. I just couldn t get into it I kept getting distracted and was unable to read the rate that I am used to

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The Beguilers

Read The Beguilers ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub review The Beguilers Ze their victims and in the end lead them to their deaths When Rilka declares her Great Intention to capture a beguiler her family and friends mourn her Still a determined Rilka se. 45 starsMeet Rilka a girl from a small village who s different She s allergic to chuffies dog like creatures that absorb sadness and cheer you up so her family can t have one in the house with them She experiences a lot emotions than anyone else Not just that when the rest of her peers have Intentions basically a monthly To Do List like fetch firewood Rilka aims to come up with a efficient irrigation systemMost people her age have offered up a Great Intention usually marriage that is what they want to do with their life And when Rilka finally gives one it s crazy and marks her as an outcast Her shocking Intention To catch a Beguiler These are little balls of light that lure travellers to their deaths but no one really knows what they are Along her uest she meets Malik a mysterious porter who isn t afraid of Beguilers and Shirsha a woman who succeeded in catching one But Shirsha is a shell of a woman and Rilka is determined to avoid her mistakes But can she pull it off And will her Great Intention be her ticket to an early deathI thought this book was uniue well written and a great read There were an awful lot of characters who the author assumes you remember but they were minor and not significant I d really recommend this book Song MatchCreep by Radiohead Anatomy of the Spirit The Seven Stages of Power and Healing peers have Intentions basically a monthly To Do List like fetch firewood Rilka aims to come up with a efficient irrigation systemMost Only Pleasure people her age have offered up a Great Intention usually marriage that is what they want to do with their life And when Rilka finally gives one it s crazy and marks her as an outcast Her shocking Intention To catch a Beguiler These are little balls of light that lure travellers to their deaths but no one really knows what they are Along her uest she meets Malik a mysterious Planted Forests porter who isn t afraid of Beguilers and Shirsha a woman who succeeded in catching one But Shirsha is a shell of a woman and Rilka is determined to avoid her mistakes But can she No Turning Back Suspense Series #3 pull it off And will her Great Intention be her ticket to an early deathI thought this book was uniue well written and a great read There were an awful lot of characters who the author assumes you remember but they were minor and not significant I d really recommend this book Song MatchCreep by Radiohead

review Ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ✓ Kate Thompson

Read The Beguilers ↠ E-book, or Kindle E-pub review The Beguilers In Rilka's village it isn't safe to go out after dark That's when the beguilers drift through the streets as bright and visible as fireflies Everyone knows their power they hypnoti. Rilka lives in a small village where it isn t safe to go out after dark lest the beguilers lure you away and where odd creatures called chuffies absorb human emotions ridding the villagers of their negative feelings Rilka has always been a misfit and when she decides to try to catch a beguiler she becomes an outcast Though she does discover an astonishing truth about her world her journey is mostly a coming of age tale showing how she grows and changes as she copes with her difficult pathI figured out the central mystery before Rilka did but not far enough ahead that I got impatient fortunately The pacing is generally good and suspenseful though I thought Rilka was overly given to long self analysis in a way that didn t always blend well with the narrative Also the ending felt rushed the implications of what Rilka reveals to the rest of the villagers aren t fully addressed and given the importance of her discovery I d have liked to see that explored Still Rilka is a well developed interesting character and I liked the small scale what lies beyond the village but convincing worldbuilding