Buy Heaven: Read 1 Kindle Store Reviews – THEY’D KILL FOR HER HEART The night that Heaven lost her heart was cold and moonless. But the blade that sliced it out was warm with her dark blood. The night that Heaven lost her heart was cold and moonless. But the blade that sliced it out was warm with her dark blood. David Pettyfer.

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Heaven by Christoph Marzi international giveaway! The idea is so beautiful, its such a shame that there was no depth or detail. This is a very dark urban fairy tale, but the fairy tale elements are still there. An original and unsettling tale, part fairy-tale, part love story and part thriller.

Before I started to read it about 3 and half hours ago, I was nervous I wouldn’t like it, cause I had wanted it so badly and had danced around it for so long.

This was such a thrilling story that sucks the reader into a whirlwind of mystery and fantasy that leaves you feeling for your own heartbeat. Merryweather, a book collector.

So begins David and Heaven’s quest to find out who these ‘bad men’ are, why they stole her heart, why she is still alive and if they’ve done it before. I love Heavens butler. What do I mean by that? T It’s an ok book, really, but I was a bit disappointed. Heaven claims that she is not lying, and she is still alive, so there is obviously something wierd going on Part thriller, part love story and part fairy tale, this brilliantly original novel from a bestselling German author will take your breath away David is wandering around on rooftops when he stumbles upon Heaven, a girl who was attacked while stargazing on the roof.


Beautiful, original and with very few slips in pace in completely had me hooked. Everything was so rushed! Heaven has her heart cut out of her body in the dark night, rendering her dead, or so she should be. Doesn’t that just get you thinking! Want to Read saving…. I saw this book a couple of months before it was released and then I saw it again when it popped up once again in my local bookshop.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. I loved it so much. And so begins David and Heaven’s wild, exciting and mysterious adventure – to find Heaven’s heart, and to discover the incredible truth about her origins. Und auch das allseits beliebte “Es machte Sinn” S.

I fell in love with the characters after the first few pages and couldn’t lay the book down until the end. I am not sure what aspect of the story grabbed my attention the most or why I thought this book was brilliant but I know I loved it.

For the first pages or so, I actually thought that the timeline was set in the seventies, which is an accomplishment few authors can brag upon themselfes to have ever acheived. Heaven an sich hat eigentlich auch gar nicht viel Handlung.

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Then,once I opened it I was transported into Heaven and David’s world where things keep changing and being revealed sweeping me right into the adventure. This site uses cookies.

Great writing from a great author. I was really looking forward to read this one and it didn’t disappoint me, actually it was better then what i expected.

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And so begins The night that Heaven lost her heart was cold and moonless. I have always loved a good narrative that manages to pull me into the story.

I was really afraid to read this book And i have to say that throughout the novel i was very much in the story. This book was ok. The characters were realistic and flawed but also forgiving and brave and beautiful. There are also four ‘interludes’ throughout the story, which serve as a kind of ‘catchup’, allowing us to keep up with the ‘bad men’s’ progress, ultimately sliding a dark undertone through the book and creating a sence of real panic sometimes, which I thoroughly enjoyed reading.

Great story, especially if you love London. The reader is given brief glimpses into her past and she’s clearly independent, passionate, a free spirit who’s confused and searching, but her character is a bit lacking in depth for my taste.

Benefits of a pretty cover, and the opening lines, printed across the back cover, helped too.

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Jun 25, Yvonne Boag rated it really liked it Shelves: It’s simply that one hell of a plot that gets you going. The kind that makes you wonder what’s real and what’s not. David and Heaven were constantly moving, changing, running from one life-threatening situation into another. He couldn’t walk away from this girl even if he tried. Heavne helps you keep track of books you want to read.

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