Hm, ceva interesant, putin mai multa actiune😀. Of, si normal, cand pun ochii pe o carte o adaug in lista mea,numita „Vreau”- anul asta o sa fie o lista luuuuunga…Cam atat despre lista mea luuuuunga, e timpul sa cititi despre o noua carte,iar apoi sa-mi spuneti ce credeti.😀
Rating : 3.75
Glory and Lucas are from different sides of the tracks – and, for now, on the same side. Both are witches. Both are working for the government on a secret mission. And now they are being sent to Switzerland, undercover, to see if an elite boarding school has been infiltrated by Endor, a breakaway terrorist witch organisation.
But Glory and Lucas have their own burdens to bear. Glory is heartbroken that her mother deserted her as a child and has never been heard of since. Lucas, coming from a family that for generations has devoted itself to prosecuting witches, must fight to prove himself, his value and his loyalty.
Pub Date Apr 11 2013
Previously on „Burn Mark” …
In a modern world—where witches are hunted down and burned at the stake—two live interact. Cleo is from a family of witches, and is desperate to develop the ‘Fae’ and become a witch herself. Lucas is the son of the Chief Prosecutor for the Inquisition and his privileged life is very different from the witches he is being trained to prosecute. And then one day, both Cleo and Lucas develop the Fae. In one fell stroke, their lives are inextricably bound together, whether they like it or not.
About Laura Powell
I was born in London, but grew up in the Brecon Beacons. Our house looks across the valley to Carreg Cennen Castle, quite possibly the most romantic ruin in Wales . It was a very old-fashioned country childhood, and I spent most of it with my nose in a book. I also devoted quite a lot of time plotting ways to escape school. I went to a girls’ boarding school from the age of eleven and absolutely hated it. University was much better. I studied Classics at Bristol and Oxford, then spent five years working in the editorial departments of both adult and children’s publishers. I now live in West London. My desk is by the attic window so I can daydream over the rooftops – it’s perfect for procrastination.