Anel Oculto

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  • Title: Anel Oculto
  • Author: Anne Bishop Cristina Correia
  • ISBN: 9789896370442
  • Page: 157
  • 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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    • Debrac2014 said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      Good story line! We meet the Gray Lady who found a way to repel Dorothea! I was happy to see Daemon pulling strings!

    • Kerry said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      ORIGINAL READ: 12 August, 2007 to 15 August, 2007 (9/10)Jared, who has murdered his owner and attempted escape, is recaptured and sold to the mysterious Gray Lady. It soon becomes clear that Jared's new queen is not what she seems to be, and he joins with his fellow slaves--all of whom hide their own secrets--to protect the Gray Lady. During her desperate flight from Dorothea SaDiablo, the Black Widow intent on destroying her and claiming her territory, Jared comes to terms with his own demons a [...]

    • Alice said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      Cronologicamente este livro situa-se antes sequer do nascimento de Jaenelle.No início deste volume deparamo-nos com um Senhor da Guerra de Jóia Vermelha disponível para venda num mercado de escravos. O seu destino mais certo são as minas de sal (onde o nosso Lucivar passou muitos anos da sua vida), um castigo por ter assassinado a rainha ao serviço da qual se encontrava como escrevo do prazer. Como já sabemos de outras narrativas, as rainhas que se submetem às vontades de Dorothea SaDiabl [...]

    • Raquel Leite said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      Adicionado também em:cronicasdeumaleitora.Anel oculto é um livro isolado que no entanto tem ligações com a trilogia das jóias negras.Bishop conta-nos aqui a história da vida de Jared, um Senhor da Guerra de jóia vermelha, que se está para venda no mercado de escravos, que tem lugar em terra de ninguém. No entanto o seu destino é sem duvida as minas de sal, pois é esse o castigo que merece por ter assassinado a rainha a que estava ao serviço.Quase a terminar o leilão de escravos, Jar [...]

    • Gardavson said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      Wonderful read. I have come to love the world Bishop has created. It took a bit to fully understand it, but I now love it. The characters in this book were great. Bishop has a way of creating a main character but still giving great value to her support characters. I loved the characters, main and support. The hero was great. Bishop did a wonderful job of taking a more average abled guy and making him a fantasizable hero. It's not hard to fall in love with a hero who is the best and greatest and [...]

    • Sarah said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      Good book as a stand-alone, but I was a little disappointed when I found that the main characters of the trilogy were missing.

    • Magda Pais said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      Por mais voltas que dê com outros autores e outros géneros, o meu coração regressa sempre a Anne Bishop. E com Anel Oculto, voltei - mais uma vez - ao mundo das Jóias Negras, onde a dark fantasy é levada ao máximo do seu esplendor.Este é um livro passado antes dos primeiros três volumes desta trilogia, ainda antes de Jannele nascer e quando Daemon ainda era O Sádico, um escravo do prazer ao serviço de Dorothea SaDiablo e quando esta ainda não se sentia ameaçada pela Feiticeira e por [...]

    • JG (The Introverted Reader) said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      Jared is one of the more powerful members of the Blood, the vaguely aristocratic magic-wielding rulers of the lands he lives in. After a life-alteringly bad choice in his teens, Jared has become a pleasure slave for the Queens and Witches of Hayll. After nine years of bowing to sadistic whims, he does something that has him headed for a short, brutal life in the salt mines unless some fool decides to buy him at the semi-annual slave market.Enter The Gray Lady. She is one of the few Queens that h [...]

    • Alison said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      The first three novels of the Black Jewels series really tear at me. On the one hand, I really liked some of the characters and found the world hard to look away from. On the other hand, I felt that the politics were ridiculous and difficult to really understand. On top of all that, the fact that certain races live for thousands upon thousands of years made it difficult to really connect with. This novel, however, fared a lot better in my mind because the author expects that the reader already h [...]

    • Dianne said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      I can understand why this book can be considered and is being touted as a 'prequel' to the Black Jewels trilogy. Jaenelle hasn't even been born yet and this book takes place many years before she will be born. But it should never been advertised as such in my opinion.What is most important about this book is that it should have been called the prequel to [[ASIN:B001RDCJBC The Shadow Queen: A Black Jewels Novel]] and [[ASIN:B0030CVPUE Shalador's Lady: A Black Jewels Novel]]. It is the book that e [...]

    • Sara said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      Anel Oculto traz-nos uma nova história dentro do Universo das Jóias Negras. Fala-nos de personagens novas como Jared e a Rainha Cinzenta, que tentam a seu modo combater os efeitos nefastos de Dorothea, já nossa conhecida, na sociedade. Na verdade, Jared só tem como missão de vida pedir perdão à sua amada mãe, nem que para isso que tenha de sofrer e fugir àquela que lhe parece dar esperança e que parece mexer consigo de uma maneira que ninguém alguma vez conseguiu. A Rainha Cinzenta te [...]

    • Crys said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      First of all, let me say, I didn't want to read this book yet. I had just finished book 3, and I was so caught up with finding out what happens next, I just wanted to keep going, and come back to this book later. I am so glad I didn't! If you loved the Chronicles of Narnia as a child, then when I say this reminded me of 'The Horse and His Boy', you'll get it. It's a side-step from the main story-line, and happens at an earlier time from where the last book left us, but gives us glimpses of some [...]

    • Melissa said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      This book was the first of Bishop's that I had difficulty getting into. The main character and narrator, Jared, is interesting enough, but he doesn't pull you in as some of the other characters Bishop has created. Also, there wasn't much action, and it left you wanting to know what happened. The readers, or at least I, wanted to know how Lia and Jared's love blossomed in the court. SPOILER ALERT: Also, the premise of Sadi owing the Grayhaven line anything in the 8th and 9th books makes no sense [...]

    • CupcakeBlonde said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      This is a great companion book to The Black Jewels trilogy. We get to see a bit of the life in the Realm before Jaenelle is born. I really liked seeing Daemon show up in this book and give "advice" if that is what you want ot call it. Jared and Leah are get leading characters and Theyra and Blade provide great comic relief with their bickering. I love putting strong female characters against strong male characters that just want to protect each other. Provides for a great dynamic and contrast. T [...]

    • Christina said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      I don't really know what to say about this book, except kdjgskghskhskjghs I'm such an idiot for putting off reading it for so long! I think because it revolved around different characters to the original Black Jewels trilogy, which always makes me sceptical, that I just instantly decided it wasn't going to interest me. But no, I adored this.I'm not gonna lie, I squealed hard every time Daemon appeared. "She hasn't been born yet. But I've loved, and served, her all my life. I'll love no other. An [...]

    • Kir said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      This was the first Anne Bishop novel I've picked up, and I think it's also going to be my last. The beginning was promising, but I found the very complicated 'jewel' and 'blood' rankings mentioned to clarify different characters relationships throughout the book to be distracting. These caste relationships soon took over the plot of the book and the pace became plodding. Eventually I gave up and started skipping whole sections of the book in an effort to continue on with the initial plotline. Mi [...]

    • Andrew Mowere said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      This and Necromance by Gisele walko are the only romance books I have ever been able to get into, period. Not the only sensual erotica books. Only romance. This one stuck in my head so much that all these years later, I still go back from time to time just to read some of Daemon Sadi's quotes. There's intrigue, mystery, magic, and struggle for the greater good all in a setting that teaches us cynicism can only ever fall short against kindness and love.

    • ♆ BookAddict✒ La Crimson Femme said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      I read these books out of order. This is my first book from Ms. Bishop. This world she creates is intriguing. I am kind of amused with her cock ring into a controlling device in a CBT way. This is unexpected. This story is the underdog fighting against a corrupt government. There are rebel forces who still stand for good. I love these stories because it tickles my particular fancy. I'm intrigued enough to read the first three to see how I those go. I've heard so much about them.

    • Lindig said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      First Anne Bishop book I've read. After reading the first 100 pages, I began skipping 30 pages at a time. While I thought her voice was well done, the plot itself was fairly familiar, and her gender politics were annoying and patriarchal. After all, women were "hysterical" at lot, especially at their "moontime," and were yelled at by the men a lot. And the men "served" their ladies by yelling and getting their own way by force.

    • K said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      Re-read Dec 2015: Reading it right after the original trilogy there are definitely some places where the writing seems rough. Still, points for being a whole Black Jewels plot in one book; sometimes you just don't have time for an epic re-read.

    • Leyoh said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      I liked this book the least out of the series although it was a good stop gap and features Daemon brieflySwoon. I ready to launch back into this series which features very highly in my all time favourites.

    • Danielle Parker said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      See my review at:bewilderingstories/iss

    • HH said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      I was so excited to continue reading about the world of the black jewels, but all too soon realised, I wasn't ready to leave our last characters behind. The original trilogy is one of the best trilogies I have ever read, and it was so hard to imagine a book without those characters in it stacking up. Fortunately, I quickly got over this, thanks to Bishop's ability to immediately make you interested in a character. The first introductions of Jared and the Grey Lady were so intriguing, I found mys [...]

    • Alice said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      A favoriteI would start the Black Jewels Series with this book as it predates the trilogy and has a important impact on the resolution that's later reached. Saying that, the book is easily read as a standalone. It's one of my favorites and the world it creates is unique and brilliant. The magic system based on jewels which reflect the power level of the wearer, and the long and short lived races, the Bloods, Witches and Queens all come together to create a very different culture. One of my favor [...]

    • Tabatha Carruthers said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      This book isn't actually no. 4. It should technically be no. 1. It takes place before the other Black Jewels books. Its also X-rated. Basically, (view spoiler)[a guy is forced to be a slave by a magical cock ring. A woman buys him, frees him from the magical cock ring, and pretends to put an invisible cock ring on him. He learns the invisible cock ring is called 'love'. (hide spoiler)] If you read the spoiler, you'll understand why I said X-rated.

    • Sue Mccormack said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      This is the fourth in the Black Jewels series. This a grim adult series - and I found this volume to be particularly disturbing. That said, I am glad I stuck this one out. Ultimately it gave me a better understanding of how this universe functions as well as just how corrupt its has become. This novel is set prior to the events in the first trilogy - but you don't really have to have read those prior to this.

    • Stefanie said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      I enjoy most of Anne Bishop's novels. This is not my favorite by any means (the first three Black Jewels books are) but it was entertaining and kept my interest throughout. The development of the characters is well done and intertwines with characters in previous story lines. It can be read on it's own but will make more sense if one has read the previous novels. I will read it again :)

    • Ben said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      Interesting book. Takes place between time period of the previous books, making it more of a filler story than not. I enjoyed getting to see some more of the conditions of the world before Jaenelle's influence. I hope that some of these characters are carried through to other stories, so that this feels less like a filler novel. Still very enjoyable.

    • Antoinette Lewis said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      Interesting but this book should have been read first however, this wouldn't have captured the imagination as much. It explained a likkle but it threw you off after reading book 3 and wondered what's next.

    • Audrey02 said:
      Sep 24, 2018 - 00:37 AM

      I was very unhappy to discover this book is NOT BOOK 4. It takes place in the middle of the original trilogy and even though it is a full book/story it should have a 2.5 or 1.5 book number so it can be read in the right order. Disappointing.

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