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Silber - Das erste Buch der Träume: Roman (Silber-Trilogie 1) (German Edition) - Kindle edition by Kerstin Gier. Page Numbers Source ISBN: ; Publisher: FISCHER E-Books; 1 edition (June 20, ); Publication Date: June Kerstin Gier is the bestselling author of the Ruby Red trilogy, as well as several popular novels for adults. She lives in El segundo libro de los sueños (Silber 2) . Kerstin Gier, Silber nog even wachten op de Nederlandse uitgave. Kerstin Gier SilberBook Silber - Das erste Buch der Träume - Roman ebook by Kerstin Gier.

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Silber book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Geheimnisvolle Türen mit Eidechsenknäufen, sprechende Steinfiguren und ei. Silber book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Es ist März, in London steht der Frühling vor der Tür – und Liv Silber vor. Silber: Das erste Buch der Träume (Silber, #1), Silber: Das zweite Buch der Träume (Silber, #2), Silber: Das dritte Buch der Träume (Silber, #3), and Si.

Now I'm three books behind and bricking it. I thought this book might pull me from my funk, but it was a bust. This book was a pretty quick, easy read, and the best thing about it is the narra Hngh.

This book was a pretty quick, easy read, and the best thing about it is the narrative voice; I loved Liv's character, loved her narration, loved her careful balance between dry and joyful. I usually hate this "woe is me, I have too much money and too many opportunities" narrative trend in a lot of YA, but Gier strikes a nice balance between Liv's hermitic loneliness and her easygoing nature.

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I related to it, which is saying quite a lot. It's also been brilliantly translated from its original German, which helps. The problem is that this book just didn't make sense; it was like an acid trip, and not in a good way.

Not in a pleasantly disorienting way. In a way that made me wonder if my copy was missing pages. It's not really about Liv instantly becoming friends with these Londoner Raven Boys, which is unlikely but not impossible - I did a two-day intensive TEFL course in Glasgow a few weeks ago, and after about an hour in a class of 15 students, we were all soul mates.

I mean it. We'd have taken a bullet for each other.

When I was querying my manuscript, I had an agent tell me that it was weird that the protagonist makes such fast friends when she moves to a new city, but I swear to god, meet the right people in the right setting and you really can experience the gush of instalove.

She's one of those people that talks in a stream-of-consciousness kind of way, and it's hilarious.

She's honest and kind and protective of her sister, her au pair, her boyfriend. I like how she seems somewhat absent-minded at times, but she's sharp as a tack. There are so many funny scenes, and also several times when I experienced some second-hand embarrassment.

Henry is her boyfriend, and he's a pretty important character in both this book and Dream a Little Dream. Henry is devoted to Liv, and cares about her a great deal. He's affectionate and kind, and also protective. Did I mention that he's pretty swoony?

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I like him a lot, secrets and all. He has many secrets though, and it drives Liv crazy that it seems like everyone knows more about Henry than she does. I don't blame her for getting irritated about his secrets - they are secrets that affect her. I like the pair together. In this sequel novel, as one would expect, there are some conflicts with their relationship.

Most of the conflicts have to do with Henry's secrets and Liv's doubts. I like that there are insecurities that one would find in any budding relationship, and there are also conflicts directly related to the paranormal dream aspect of the book.

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I like Liv and Henry together. There are plenty of swoony moments in this book, but also some heavy and heartbreaking moments. But the romance overall is good, and there is no love triangle. Also, the ending of the book makes up for some of the conflicts during the book. The conflicts that have nothing to do with the romance are troubling, and the climax climbs steadily until we reach the great reveal of what is happening. And even then, not everything is revealed.

I like that the larger conflict of the overall plot of the book isn't a save-the-world-or-everyone-dies kind of conflict. It's serious and dangerous and crazy, but not on a world scale, which I found refreshing. And the high school gossip is not nearly as bad as the synopsis makes it out to be - it barely bothered me and Liv, and everyone else! I like how close Liv and Grayson become! Being stepsiblings forced to live together wasn't easy in Dream a Little Dream, and so I really liked seeing them get closer.


Grayson looks out for Liv on more than one occasion, like a good big brother. Their relationship is purely platonic and sibling-esque! I've mentioned the characters, relationships, romance, plot, overall plot I think I've covered it all! I really liked this book, and the ending is not a cruel cliffhanger like most sequels of trilogies are.

I repeat: no cliffhanger!I thought she was going to get included in the group somehow because she was an integral part of their mission afterall. I was never bored and I never stopped laughing, because Liv is so freaking funny.

Returning to her hometown for the first time in years, she finds herself consumed by thoughts of the life that could have been. Warum tut es so etwas? No real development after that. E anche misterioso, oscuro e da non sottovalutare, come un terribile incubo dal quale non possiamo svegliarci!