Teias de Sonhos

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  • Title: Teias de Sonhos
  • Author: Anne Bishop Cristina Correia
  • ISBN: 9789896370169
  • Page: 121
  • Format: Paperback
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    About the Author

    Anne Bishop Cristina Correia

    Anne Bishop lives in upstate New York where she enjoys gardening, music, and writing dark, romantic stories She is the author of fourteen novels, including the award winning Black Jewels Trilogy Her most recent novel, Twilight s Dawn, made the New York Times bestseller list She is currently working on a new series, which is an urban dark fantasy with a bit of a twist.Crawford Award 2000 Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.

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    • Melissa said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      From the moment I began reading the first book in Anne Bishop's Black Jewel Series I was captivated, moved, and entralled with the story and the characters. Having fallen in love with the dark jewel trilogy I was expecting a lot from this book. AND I got it The book consists of 4 stories. Usually I am not a big fan of short stories, but "The Prince of Ebon Rih" and "Kaeleer's Heart" are long enough, and detailed enough to be really satisfying. I really liked the way the story of Lucivar and Mari [...]

    • Sevie said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      This book contains 4 short stories set in the world of Anne Bishop's Black Jewels Trilogy and should only be read by those who have read at least the first 3 books. You don't need to read the 4th book as it has nothing to do with the events in this book. **Warning** If you haven't read the first 3 books there could be possible SPOILERS in this review. The first story in Dreams Made Flesh is called "Weaver of Dreams" and my interpretaion is its about how the dream weaver spiders came to be. Out o [...]

    • Debrac2014 said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      Good collection of stories! Ties up some loose strings! I just love these characters!

    • ✼Danielle✼ said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      Read 10th June 2014I loved this books of four stories ~~ ★★★★★Weaver of Dreams (2%)This story is about the creation of DreamsThe Prince of Ebon Rih (4%)Lucivar and MarianI love seeing Lucivar and Marian fall in love. Was so great so see more of LuciverZuulaman (52%)SaetanZuulaman was mentioned briefly queen of the darkness. This short story tell what happened. I thought I already hated Hekatah, but this story cements that. I love Saetan. Kaeleer's Heart (61%)Jaenelle and DaemonThis sto [...]

    • Tatiana Vila said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      And I thought "Queen of The Darkness" was a terrific endingis book attach all the loose strings on the past books, and in what way!!!We got to know more about Lucivar and Marian (a delightful and exciting story) and of course, what happened with Daemon and Jaenelle. I mean--sigh--their story is one of the most romantic and heartmelting stories I've ever seen. If you go and look "unconditional love" in a dictionary, their names would be placed next--in capital letters. Just breathtaking

    • Liz said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      I have reread this book so many times that spine is more a series of creases than anything else.Popsugar 2016 Reading Challenge | Task 40: A book guaranteed to bring you joyPrior to 2016:I loved the story about Marian and Lucivar, it was such a hole in plot during Queen of the Darkness.

    • Gardavson said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      Holy crap, I love this woman! (author) I love her people, i love her world, I love her story. I want to be a part of it. The characters are worth their weight in gold. I never want this to end, never! This book was actually four short stories. Loved every one of them. I'm not a lover of novellas, but I loved these there a limit on how many times I can say love?

    • Magda Pais said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      Está a ser um verão excelente, este em que volto a mergulhar neste mundo negro e fantástico em cujo universo se passa a série Joias Negras. De tal modo que considero, de bom grado, voltar a ler os três volumes principais, logo que terminem as férias e que acabe de ler estes volumes independentes entre si mas que estão interligados. Como uma teia de sonhos, construída pela feiticeira Anne Bishop para gaudio dos seus fãs – onde me incluo.Dividido em quatro histórias, este volume respon [...]

    • Anna Serene said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      Now all I want to do is reread Daughter of the Blood.

    • Darkphoenix said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      I loved the first three books and I loved the characters and I liked the way that arc ended. The trouble with Dreams Made Flesh is that ideally it should have focused on secondary characters, like the other queens instead of sticking with Jaenelle and Daemon. Allow me to explain.I liked the first story about the creation of the Web of Dreams, it was interesting, like an origin story. Then there was the second story about the courtship of Lucivar and Marian and even that was enjoyable. But in tha [...]

    • Jage said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      I have never read a book in The Black Jewels series. I've tried and everytime I open that first book I get irritated. The style doesn't work for me, the characters seem ugh, and yet. I adore this book. I really do. It makes no sense but there you have it. My least favourite is the opening story. I get that that might be because I haven't read the series but it was a bit confusing and while I appreciate the way she wrote it from a different POV, and we were as confused as the spider at first, it [...]

    • The FountainPenDiva, Old school geek chick and lover of teddy bears said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      I honestly don't know how many times I re-read Dreams Made Flesh a collection of stories from the Black Jewels trilogy, but each and every time I find something new that I love about Anne Bishop's strangely dark and compelling world. Truthfully though, I just fall head over heels in love with those delicious SaDiablo/Yaslana males all over again. I know, I know, but every time Daemon Sadi croons about "dancing with The Sadist", I just want to. I love Bishop's take on alpha males. The SaDiablo/Ya [...]

    • JG (The Introverted Reader) said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      Dreams Made Flesh is a collection of four short stories/novellas centered around Jaenelle and her court. One of the events takes place immediately after the third in the Black Jewels series, so anyone reading this should keep that in mind. It definitely has spoilers for the previous books.My favorite story by far, was "The Prince of Ebon Rih." How I grinned as I read it! I've always liked Lucivar, but he really is cast as the older brother in the series. There is definitely more to him than that [...]

    • Kerry (The Roaming Librarian) O'Donnell said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      Every time I read these short stories, I feel like I'm getting together with good friends. Sounds kinda weird probably, but I've read the stories set in the Black Jewels Realms more times than I can remember. Yet each time, new parts, places, and dialogue will stand out in a way it didn't before. This time around I found myself really enjoying the language Bishop uses, and the brilliant way that she crafts sentences. As far as the stories themselves, I think they definitely mean more if you're a [...]

    • Jennifer said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      I gave this three stars as a compromise between its actual literary merit (two stars) and my unholy delight in it (four or five stars). I have read this series many more times than I would like to admit. Is it the gender role reversals, the (literally) unbelievably attractive male characters, the shameless high drama and true romance, the rather creepy eroticism and gleeful violence, the recklessly incoherent morality (if someone we like does something, it's great; if someone we hate does the sa [...]

    • Christina said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      I absolutely loooooved this book. Dreams Made Flesh is an anthology of short stories surrounding the Black Jewels Trilogy, focusing on the aftermath and the past, as well as giving a greater insight into the lesser characters. I must admit, I was most determined to read this book for Kaeleer's Heart, the story of Jaenelle and Daemon. I found their love to be absolutely beautiful in the trilogy and I wanted moremoremore of it. As much as possible. However, I finished this book with so much more t [...]

    • Monica said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      This book is an anthology of short stories piecing together some of the events since Jaenelle's fall from power. The book starts with a short story about the weaver of dreams and how she comes to learn to weave and create the web that makes Jaenelle who she is. The next story is a short story about how Marian comes into the family and how her and Lucivar become married. The following story is the story of Saetan's past, how he and Hekatah divorce and the events that uhrround that (sorry don't wa [...]

    • Saphirablue said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      I love this series and I love these characters - they are so funny and adorable. ♥In this part we have four short stories - two set before everything, one set after book 1 (I think) and one set after book 3 (I think). My favourite one is the second one in which Lucivar meets Marian. Lucivar is my favourite character (how could I not love him, he has wings!) and to see him in his home and falling in love with Marian is such a wonderful thing. ♥The other one I really like is how Daemon and Jae [...]

    • Célia said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      Depois das peripécias com este livro, eis que o dou por terminado. "Teias de Sonhos" é composto por 4 histórias independentes e que funcionam como um excelente complemento à Trilogia das Jóias Negras.Para quem desconhece o contexto, posso dizer que tanto este livro como a trilogia que referi decorrem num mundo especial, onde as mulheres dominam e onde existe uma hierarquia de jóias por cores, em que o poder de cada um é determinado pela cor da sua Jóia de Progenitura. Para além dos terr [...]

    • Carien said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      The short stories in this book are best read only if you read the original Black Jewels Trilogy as they fill in some of the blanks. I must say these stories are a lot less gritty and dark than the trilogy (except for one), but I found three of them a joy to read and was happy to find out more about some of the things that were only hinted at in the trilogy. Bishop's writing is excellent and rich as always.Here's an overview of the stories:Weaver of DreamsThis story is about the creation of the J [...]

    • Karen said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      The first story was a little confusing and unclear. In fact, I thought it was just a prologue or something at first and not the actual story. The second story about Lucivar and Marian was my favorite. I had been disappointed, reading the trilogy, to not see how they met and ended up together so this story definitely filled that hole. And filled it quite well! The third story really made clear just how powerful Saetan could be and what he could be capable of. *shiver* And the fourth story continu [...]

    • Sarah said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      This book really feels like it completes the original trilogy.My favourite of the short stories is by far "The Prince of Ebon Rih" but the other three stories are wonderful as well.With shortstory collections I often feel like it doesn't matter if I have read them or not, they don't have any character development or add important thing to the original story. That is not the case here. Each of the stories has important elements that helped me understand the characters I have come to love a little [...]

    • Suz said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      Four short stories relevant to the original trilogy. They fill in the gaps, tie up some semi-loose ends, and fatten up some characters development. I enjoyed it and would read more about these characters.I should note that I skipped book 4 because it's a bit of a prequel to the trilogy. I wanted to read more about these characters first. I'll probably go back and read book #4 at some point in the future.

    • ♆ BookAddict✒ La Crimson Femme said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      YAY! The Black Jewels world is back. I love these stories in this anthology. It was wonderful to read these little spin off stories. I loved reading about Lucivar. While Zuulaman scared many in the story, I only felt rightful vengeance. I admire Saetan even more based on what he did. This is probably my favourite spin off stories of a series I've read. each one made me love fall in love with the characters again.

    • Ruman said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      I want more of Marian's point of view, it's lovely and she couldn't be more perfect for Lucivar. I love reading about her and Lucivar's romance; it's extremely enticing, erotic, and makes me totally jealous.I also am extremely glad as to how Daemon and Janelle are (view spoiler)[married (hide spoiler)], I can't wait to read more about their future! Hopefully, they can start a family!

    • Brita said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      Finally we discover just how sexy Daemon Sadi and his brother Lucivar Yaslana can be. This collection of short stories include how Lucivar courted his wife Marian and how Daemon & Jaenelle find each other again once after the conclusion of Queen of the Darkness. These short stories are just as dark and erotic as I'd hoped the Blood could be.

    • lisa said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      03/2016: tbh this one wasn't as great as i remembered but marian meeting andulvar for the first time will always be worth five stars so whatever.=====01/2014: this is such a perfect continuation of the 'verse, but honestly i would read a million billion words of lucivar/marian soooo i might not be the most unbiased judge.=====everything about this is perfect.

    • ~Leslie~ said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      This book is made up of 2 short stories and one very short flashback. I was so happy to be back in the world of the Black Jewels and in Lucivar and Daemon's story. It was pretty much perfection in an anthology. No story lacked because it wasn't a full length book.

    • Tom said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      LOVED them all!! I wish Zuulaman was complete but other than that I loved them! Definitely my favorite book of novellas!

    • Minli said:
      Jul 16, 2018 - 12:37 PM

      Maybe for wish-fulfillment, it hit the spot. The best story in here is Lucivar and Marian's, which always struck me as much more powerful than Jaenelle and Daemon's. Still, it's hot.

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