Atlas: The Story of Pa Salt
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Atlas: The Story of Pa Salt

The epic conclusion to the Seven Sisters series

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25350

Einband

Gebundene Ausgabe

Altersempfehlung

ab 18 Jahr(e)

Erscheinungsdatum

11.05.2023

Verlag

Pan Macmillan

Beschreibung

Details

Verkaufsrang

25350

Einband

Gebundene Ausgabe

Altersempfehlung

ab 18 Jahr(e)

Erscheinungsdatum

11.05.2023

Verlag

Pan Macmillan

Seitenzahl

766

Maße (L/B/H)

24,2/16,8/7 cm

Gewicht

1074 g

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-1-5290-4352-5

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The Truth about Pa Salt

Bérénice aus Jona am 12.07.2023

Bewertungsnummer: 1978428

Bewertet: eBook (ePUB)

My expectations were not very high because reading several critics and being slightly disappointed by the last book The Missing Sister, yet I would attribute it 3.5 stars and not solely 3. The Story of Pa Salt is threading all the bits and pieces of the seven other books together and allows the reader to fly through the story, thinking about how it all fits in the greater scheme. The writing is fluid and has less repetitive idioms which have striken me in The Missing Sister. For a seasoned reader, the story was fairly predictable. Kreeg Eszu (don’t google that surname, it doesn’t exist) has gotten the nemesis of Atlas (Pa Salt) in childhood, despite them living as brothers. Instead of facing and accepting the truth, Kreeg Eszu has gotten to great length to make Atlas’ life unbearable and an endless source of pain and loss. From that perspective, the fundaments of the storylines are a bit thin, adding to the many clichés of Atlas’ background and family legacy. Considered in a bigger scheme the relevation about Atlas at the end of the story is a bizarre, maybe even toxic-like personality trait of him who unwillingly hurts people around him to protect the people he loves. Yet he remains the same throughout the eight novels, Pa Salt, looking over his beloved daughters, now reunited. All in all, I enjoyed reading the book, it’s a good summer read, as you dive into it and struggle to come out again. On the one hand, the story clearly lacks a bit of depth, which might have made it even more worthwhile reading. Yet on the other end, I’m sure that Lucinda Riley, as her main character Pa Salt, will live on through her novels.
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The Truth about Pa Salt

Bérénice aus Jona am 12.07.2023
Bewertungsnummer: 1978428
Bewertet: eBook (ePUB)

My expectations were not very high because reading several critics and being slightly disappointed by the last book The Missing Sister, yet I would attribute it 3.5 stars and not solely 3. The Story of Pa Salt is threading all the bits and pieces of the seven other books together and allows the reader to fly through the story, thinking about how it all fits in the greater scheme. The writing is fluid and has less repetitive idioms which have striken me in The Missing Sister. For a seasoned reader, the story was fairly predictable. Kreeg Eszu (don’t google that surname, it doesn’t exist) has gotten the nemesis of Atlas (Pa Salt) in childhood, despite them living as brothers. Instead of facing and accepting the truth, Kreeg Eszu has gotten to great length to make Atlas’ life unbearable and an endless source of pain and loss. From that perspective, the fundaments of the storylines are a bit thin, adding to the many clichés of Atlas’ background and family legacy. Considered in a bigger scheme the relevation about Atlas at the end of the story is a bizarre, maybe even toxic-like personality trait of him who unwillingly hurts people around him to protect the people he loves. Yet he remains the same throughout the eight novels, Pa Salt, looking over his beloved daughters, now reunited. All in all, I enjoyed reading the book, it’s a good summer read, as you dive into it and struggle to come out again. On the one hand, the story clearly lacks a bit of depth, which might have made it even more worthwhile reading. Yet on the other end, I’m sure that Lucinda Riley, as her main character Pa Salt, will live on through her novels.

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