cronicile wardstone sangele vraciului pdf free - pdf joseph delaney s?ngele wardstone cartea întâi: ucenicul vraciului cartea a doua: blestemul vraciului. cronicile wardstone sangele vraciului pdf free - pdf joseph delaney s?ngele vraciului interior tipar - edituracorint - cronicile wardstone cartea întâi: ucenicul. [8eb] - Ucenicul Vraciului Cronicile Wardstone 1 The Last Apprentice Ebook Pdf contains important information and a detailed explanation about.
|Language:||English, Spanish, Dutch|
|Genre:||Fiction & Literature|
|ePub File Size:||23.32 MB|
|PDF File Size:||10.60 MB|
|Distribution:||Free* [*Regsitration Required]|
Ucenicul Vraciului de Joseph Delaney by Gh1ta in Types > School Work and povesti. DELANEY, Joseph - [CRONICILE WARDSTONE] 01 Ucenicul caite.info Uploaded by All Rights Reserved. Download as PDF or read online from Scribd. Documents Similar To Delaney, Joseph - [Cronicile Ward Stone] 01 Ucenicul Vraciului (Scan). Delaney, Joseph - [Cronicile Ward Stone] 02 Blestemul Vraciului.
I considered giving it a lower rating, and Okay I had a pretty easy time putting it down, and considering it took me three days to read pages? I liked the world, this was set in. Much to my surprise there is no real structural fantasy like you find in most of the genre. My rating would be something between 3. Of the books I have recently listened to on CD this one has the best narration by far.
I might even have enjoyed it a little. Go home, you're drunk. But I didn't, you know, lurve it and stuff, either. Which means, you know, that I'm still me and stuff. Feel better now? You're welcome. Also , some ill-intentioned nemeses well-intentioned friends told me later books in this series were really bad. So QED and stuff. My case I rest. Because Evgeny described this as "Harry Potter set in medieval times written as horror with the main character having zero magic power.
Let's read YA! I am strong! View all 26 comments. Not to be Read after Dark' This is written on the back of the book. And I really wish I took that advice. From the beginning this book grabbed my attention, and it held it all the way to the end. I liked the characters, especially Tom and Alice. I loved how Tom grew throughout this book, and I enjoyed reading about his journey.
I liked the world, this was set in. I also really liked where the story went, and there were even som 'Warning: I also really liked where the story went, and there were even some plot twists that I didn't see coming.
Amazing start of the series, and hopefully I'll get my hands on the second one, cause I'm dying to know what'll happen next. View all 12 comments. Gregory, Thomas J. Ward, Alice Deane Abstract: For years, Old Gregory has been the Spook for the county, ridding the local villages of evil.
Now his time is coming to an end. But who will take over for him? Twenty-nine apprentices have tried—some floundered, some fled, some failed to stay alive. Only Thomas Ward is left.
He's the last hope, the last apprentice. I have a very, very good feeling about the rest of the books in the Wardstone Chronicles after completing this book it's called Revenge of the Witch in the US But there's where the similarities end.
You can read the synopsis up at the to Excellent! You can read the synopsis up at the top and know that this will be the story of Thomas J. Ward, the seventh son of a seventh son hey Angie Sage--that's like your story! That's the dude's title and through all sorts of adventures learns the lessons of the trade.
His prose is simple not highfalutin' like some other authors out there! Every word is engaging, every word flows with ease to create an image in your mind. The book warns readers specifically not to do that. And I huffed and I puffed and I said, "this book won't be scary! I'm 21 years old now!
There are parts that read like a good'ol fashion ghost story. In my opinion, Delaney doesnt overdo himself and really hammer home what's going on - rather he paces everything so that you are drawn in to the suspicion and the intensity of the story and you can't put the book down! I got the number 13 just because that's the age of the main character and I personally think that anyone lower than maybe 7th-8th grade might potentially have a hard time with some details of the story.
However, I didnt find anything "inappropriate" per see, and if there are any fellow religious people out there, this info is for you: Not God, priests. It all seems reasonable within the story, and if it didnt bother an ultra-sensitive person like me, it probably won't bother you, either. I usually don't give out 5-stars, but most every aspect of the story was superb!
I'd really rather give this one 4. Although a young adult book, it is definitely sophisticated enough for an adult to enjoy it I don't consider myself sophisticated, but I still think a person who is would like it.
I liked that the suspense builds. There are no cheap thrills or shock value scares. Instead, the author takes his time and builds up the menace so that you spend your time trying to prepare yourself for the scare. Even still, you won't hear I'd really rather give this one 4.
Even still, you won't hear someone yelling 'boo. Tom wasn't really sure that he wanted to be a spook after all. But he didn't have any other trade in mind, and he definitely didn't like farming. But it turned out his destiny was waiting for him as the seventh son of the seventh son. He was apprenticed to train as the next Spook, which is a person who rids the towns of evil, supernatural creatures.
It is a job that is looked down on by others, and promises to bring the bearer a lonely life. But at the time, Tom figures it's better than farming, and his mother doesn't really give him much of a choice. Let's just say she had his destiny determined long before he was born. You get to see Tom struggle with his role as the Spook's Apprentice, several times, deciding to quit but having his mind changed in various ways.
He makes some mistakes along the way, but learns from them, so there is also a good coming of age story in this book. I like that there is definitely good and evil in this book.
But there are also humans who could go either way. Yes there are bad witches, but there are some that are benign. There is one character that is likely to be in-between, and she has a very pivotal role.
I believe that she will have a very important place in Tom's life as he matures. Perhaps there will be a romantic future for Tom and Alice when they get older. The parts with the witches really did unnerve me. They are horrible creatures who kill and eat people and use their bones for dark magic. It was refreshing to read a book that actually had bad witches for once. I was very proud of young Tom for facing off on not one, but two witches that were out for his blood and his bones, and saving a young child that was likely to be one of their victims.
The author really did a great job of setting a sinister tone. It wasn't over the top, but very subtle and building. His use of words drew a very vivid image, where I felt as though I was standing there and the witch was crawling out of the grave to get me. Another thing I liked was that this story was not predictable. You don't know how it's going to end. You don't know the way in which the witch will manifest herself.
She could have possessed any one of the people in the house during the climax moments of this story. Tom was a sympathetic, likable narrator. He was realistic for his age, but I truly did admire his bravery although he was scared when a rational person would have been scared. He was often left to deal with situations that would have been challenging for a grown-up, much less a boy of twelve.
He risked his life to do the right thing, and that was very admirable to me. There are questions that I would still like answers to, but reading the next books in the series, will definitely give insight into the enigmatic Spook, and Tom's mother, who has gifts that are still somewhat mysterious at this point. If you want to read a young adult book that has the appeal of giving a good, sustained scare instead of a series of shock value, short-lived scares, I think you would enjoy this one.
A cool bonus with this book is pages of Tom's journal, a map of the areas in the book, and the key to the codes used by a Spook in his trade. View all 6 comments. Intensely scary. There was a time or two I raced up the stairs to jump into the safety of my bed after listening to this book. Thank goodness I'm left-handed which, according to the book, gives me a slight advantage over anything creepy that goes bump in the night.
One star had to go for things like coffin maggots and carnivorous hogs--gross! Of the books I have recently listened to on CD this one has the best narration by far. It is excellent. View all 13 comments.
Lo dicho, prescindible. Tres estrellas porque al menos me lo he acabado. Pues para la famosa madre del topo. View 2 comments. As Goodreads has grown it seems there are more and more people looking for recommendations for YA series in a similar vein to Harry Potter or The Hunger Games. As you can guess from the tangent I'm making: If you're not into Dark Young Adult Fantasy then it may take you a minute to adjust to this book.
And I must warn you that the series gets darker and darker - highlighting the 'adult' part of young adult. But all that said, there is a film adaptation on the way, alon As Goodreads has grown it seems there are more and more people looking for recommendations for YA series in a similar vein to Harry Potter or The Hunger Games. But all that said, there is a film adaptation on the way, along with the final book and the series constantly has heroes which are good despite certain compromises. In fact, it is the battle between what is 'good' and 'evil' characterised by Light and Dark which drives the entire series.
At times compromises are made for the good of the world in which the series is set and at times evil seems to win out with good finally triumphing at a cost.
Yet, the storytelling is not found in the final foregone conclusions. It is found in the ability of Joseph Delaney to spin and hold the reader with twists and turns. It is the suspenseful atmosphere and the horror of the tale which are the true hallmarks of a great storyteller.
In short it is a wonderfully written series of stories. Fully recommended for those looking for the next Young Adult series that they haven't read yet. In this particular novel you will meet the characters - for the most part; be introduced to some key secrets; meet a couple of the villains witches and in general get a real taste for the wonderfully spooky world-building of Delaney.
This is the perfect mature, subtle and brilliant young adult series in my view that is remarkably, wonderfully consistent in its brilliance. View all 3 comments. This was pretty good! I enjoyed it.
It wasn't much and it wasn't complicated but I liked this as a simple middle grade fantasy series. I don't have a lot to say about it, but I will likely continue with the series! I liked this book overall, certainly far better than the movie based on it!
A little slow-paced initally, but very moody and evocative, and certainly seems to set the stage for some plot threads to be followed up in further books. Although clearly written as a children's book over explanation and reminders of what has previously occurred - it is quite dark, with bone witches and strip the flesh from fresh corpses and blood witches that drain blood from living children, eat babies and make blood cakes to increase their strength.
It does a good job of watering these parts down, but they are still there, I would not recommend it for it's target audience, and it definitely would not be night time reading for that age unless Although clearly written as a children's book over explanation and reminders of what has previously occurred - it is quite dark, with bone witches and strip the flesh from fresh corpses and blood witches that drain blood from living children, eat babies and make blood cakes to increase their strength.
It does a good job of watering these parts down, but they are still there, I would not recommend it for it's target audience, and it definitely would not be night time reading for that age unless you wanted to encourage nightmares. I think it would be fine for teenagers, though they would NOT find the writing style challenging enough.
I think it is definitely darker than the early Harry Potter books, and I am also not a particular fan of those for the target audience. I enjoyed it as a light book for an adult, and will save full judgement until I have seen more of the series, which I will continue with. It has a different title for the US market View 1 comment. I'm thinking this wouldn't really be his thing , though.
The setting is 'old-timey' and the writing is a bit dry compared to what he normally seems to prefer. I had a pretty easy time putting it down, and considering it took me three days to read pages?
I'm probably not going to be passing this one on to him. Anyhoo, this would probably work for a kid who is looking for a spooky series, and doesn't mind t 2. Anyhoo, this would probably work for a kid who is looking for a spooky series, and doesn't mind the above mentioned things. Depending on your kid, this could either be too scary or not scary enough.
For my son it wouldn't be a problem, but I think it's probably wise for parents to preview it first Such a good series! There's always something special about the first novel.
Review to come. Loved it! Blog Instagram Twitter. I liked this book, and that's a relief as the last several YA books I've read have been, disappointing. Since I read the Harry Potter books each as it came out "with" my own children though they were grown by the time the series completed I've continued occasionally reading a YA book as some of them are excellent and not to be missed LOL Now as to this book.
I considered giving it a lower rating, and Okay I considered giving it a lower rating, and after this I'll say why. First I want to say I like the book.
It's a good idea, it's handled well, and well told. I wanted to say all that as some might wonder why I'd rate a book 4 stars and then spend a lot of time on it's failings. Well, it's because a lot of what "I" found wanting here "may" be because I am an adult and have read literally thousands of books.
What I find predictable or even a little trite may not be so to others, especially younger readers So, here goes. Yes, this is a good book. BUT I would be sure that the "youth" reading it has a good "reality concept". In spite of my own local public library calling it or rating it "juvenile" I'd say the description "young adult" would be more apt. There are a lot of fairly "creepy" scenes including danger to children and reference to the death of children.
The view seems to be based on the kind of negative impression that can be left by "religious" folk of an overly legalistic or judgmental mindset. And some parents may share those views, so to them it may not seem as much of a problem.
Tom is told "whatever you do don't EVER do this". Of course we know that things will transpire so that Tom finds himself doing exactly that. This kind of thing happens several times in the book.
But as I said, to younger readers this may not be as big a deal as it will be to adults. It's still a good read and enjoyable. As to being sure that a young person is mature enough or has a good enough reality concept to read the book, remember the movie Hocus Pocus?
While it cleared pretty good money world-wide it didn't do nearly as well as expected.
In my opinion it's because the movie opens with the murder of a little girl by the witches I always wondered who at Disney studios missed that little detail Anyway, here in this novel, there is mention of "infant's blood cakes" and there is a child at one point being drained of life by an evil witch we're told all witches aren't necessarily evil in the book's text lest this concern some There are a few of these scenes.
Among the plot points are not only child endangering evils but also possession and of course, hauntings, etc. So, be aware. I don't think these reasons necessarily to avoid this book, just something to be considered in choosing who reads what. It's well written and well told just be aware and tailor the reading to the young person. I have sent for the next 2 from the library and plan to see how they go View all 7 comments.
It reminded me of sitting in front of the TV when I was 10, watching The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe being scared half to death while using the cushion as a shield against the evil things — the oxymoron here was that I couldn't keep my eyes off what was happening, so I had to watch it. In some ways this novel is similar. Much to my surprise there is no real structural fantasy like you find in most of the genre. Before we begin properly, there are some things you need to know.
Always rely on your own two feet. Woolly socks and comfortable boots will be needed. Always write down what you see, hear and do. Compliment the cook from time to time. Some like to cook! How to artificially bind a Boogart — a stone the size of the Boogart Iron and blood to attract the damn thing. Lots of luck! Mainly because I'm use to the protagonist walking up to something so meaningless and whacking him with some kind of Earth shattering spell — just because he can.
As you can guess a Spook deals with what lurks within the dark! One that Thomas or Tom finds himself thrust into. Being the seventh son of the seventh son is a real bugger — he was made for this, in more ways than one. His mother who I suspect is a witch herself — if that is a spoiler, I apologies, but it feels like an uneducated guess!
I've not actual met any witches. Greseala Vraciului Cronicile Wardstone — Vol. The E-mail Address es field blestemul vraciului required. Pentru a te asigura ca ai primit exact ce ai comandat, ai posibilitatea sa deschizi coletul la livrare si sa verifici continutul acestuia inainte de plata.
Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Wrath of the Bloodeye, Paperback. Joseph Delaney ; Cristina Jinga Publisher: Cancel Thanks for telling us about the problem. Vrafiului cazul in care ai platit online si vrei sa returnezi coletul, te asiguram ca iti vom returna suma achitata in cel mai scurt timp posibil. Cancel Forgot your password? Kuzemkino we can help you if you came here to download pdf.