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Emma, der Faun und das vergessene Buch ❰Download❯ ➵ Emma, der Faun und das vergessene Buch Author Mechthild Gläser – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk Emma is used to things going her way Her father is headmaster of her prestigious boarding school her friends take her advice as gospel and she's convinced that a relationship with her long time crush Emma is Faun und PDF/EPUB Ã used to things going her way Her father is headmaster of her prestigious boarding school her friends take her advice as gospel and she's convinced that a relationship with her Emma, der PDF or long time crush is on the horizonAs it turns out Emma hasn't seen anything yet When she finds an old book in an abandoned library things really start going Emma's way anything she der Faun und PDF/EPUB Ã writes in the book comes trueBut the power of the book is not without conseuences and Emma soon realizes that she isn't the only one who knows about it Someone is determined to der Faun und das vergessene PDF/EPUB or take it from der Faun und das vergessene PDF/EPUB or her―and they'll stop at nothing to succeedA new boy in school―the arrogant aloof and irritatingly handsome Darcy de Winter―becomes Emma's unlikely ally as secrets are revealed and danger creeps ever closer.

  • ebook
  • 328 pages
  • Emma, der Faun und das vergessene Buch
  • Mechthild Gläser
  • English
  • 07 August 2016

About the Author: Mechthild Gläser

Mechthild Gläser Faun und PDF/EPUB Ã wurde im Sommer in Essen geboren Auch heute lebt und arbeitet sie im Ruhrgebiet wo sie sich ihrem Studium widmet und ab und an unfassbar schlecht Ballett tanzt – Emma, der PDF or aber nur wenn niemand hinsieht Sie hat früh mit dem Schreiben begonnen und ihr Laptop steht noch immer auf der rosafarbenen Schreibtischunterlage auf der ihre ersten Geschichten entstanden Inspiration findet si.

10 thoughts on “Emma, der Faun und das vergessene Buch

  1. C.G. Drews C.G. Drews says:

    This cover is an actual gift to the world and blessing to my eyeballs ok ok but cover judging aside this was a really nice magical story I didn't realise it was also a Pride and Prejudice retelling because 1 I haven't READ PP but I've watched the Lizzie Bennet Diaries vlogs so that probably is the same thing and 2 the protagonist's name is Emmawhich made me wonder if this was an Emma retelling? But the dude is Darcy So I have actually no idea if it's close to PP or takes liberties but the romance between surly antisocial boy x the hardworking bright and kind girl is therenotable things➸ german setting➸ it's actually translated which is lovely➸ set in an old castle boarding school which is epic i love this➸ creepy woods behind the school where people go missing➸ yeah parents aren't concerned about this but like whatever kids will be kids ➸ Emma is sweet and direct and uite winning➸ reads like youngerish YA➸ lots of lovely female friendships tooI do have to mention the romance is pretty creepy I don't get the original DarcyElizabeth thing anyway like if you're rude to a girl it means you love her??🤨 but this just sat awfully for me because Darcy de Winters is 20 and Emma is 16 and that is gross and unacceptable They weren't madly in love or passionately making out the whole book but I'm just 0% here for this It's not even legalIt was a fun read but the romance was unsettling to me THE COVER THOUGH ajfkslda I love it

  2. The Captain The Captain says:

    Ahoy there me mateys  I wanted to read this book ever since I saw the wonderful cover I reuested it from NetGalley as an eArc and was denied  And then I kept forgetting about this book Hardy har har  But no matter I have finally managed to read this and I am glad that I didThis book has been described as a Jane Austen inspired YA fantasy involving a magical book  It certainly has pride prejudice and emma vibes  The author is German and so I was also interested in it because I love reading translated books for the different perspectivesThis book follows Emma who attends the boarding school where her father be the headmaster  She is determined to take charge of her destiny and make the most of the upcoming school year  Then she finds a magic book that makes things she writes come true  So she of course uses it and it's a bit of a messI really did enjoy reading this even though not everything worked for me  I liked Emma and her friendships with the other girls at school  I liked the magic book itself how it worked and the mysteries that needed to be solved  There were secret tunnels which are always awesome  I loved many of the Austen esue vibes  The ending also worked very well for meI did not like that the students at the school seemed to have no real oversight and the education seemed like a joke  There were an awful lot of parties sweets and sneaking out at this boarding school  Not all of those things are bad but just seemed unrealistic  Also the two boy visitors and love interests just ran amuck doing whatever wherever  Unrealistic for two 18 to 20 ish year old boys to have that much freedom in a school dang it  Did not like the kinda creepy Darcy and Emma relationship  And Emma's father let her run wild and get away with everything  Loving aye but a horrible parent  Not a fan  And of course I guessed the villain early onI know that be a lot of problems but this was a uick read and there was a lot of fun in it  I rolled me eyeballs uite a bit but was engrossed and had to know how it ended  So no regrets from me and I would pick up some of the author's other works  Arrrr

  3. ☆Dani☆ ☆Touch My Spine Book Reviews☆ ☆Dani☆ ☆Touch My Spine Book Reviews☆ says:

    I give this book 4 out of 5 Magical Stars I really enjoyed this book First off the cover is absolutely GORGEOUS This was slow at first but once I got into it I couldn’t get enough of its magicThis book was a retelling of not one but two Jane Austen books and I couldn’t help myself but to try and figure out who was compared to whom at certain points When I first saw this book on NetGalley I crossed my fingers and toes that I would get approved for this titleI mean what bibliophile wouldn’t be allured by a story with a magical book throw in some romanceand have a setting of a beautiful castle?I loved the characterisationin this book besides I felt a couple characters were underdeveloped I loved the subtle mystery and definitely loved the setting I am definitely looking forward to what this author has in store for us nextTo find the rest of this review and others please visit touchmyspinebookreviewscom

  4. Mary H Mary H says:

    Yeah I'll read it These covers are stunning and also I uite liked The Book Jumper

  5. Danya Danya says:

    Updated January 4 2018 with full reviewMy reaction I was on the fence for the first 5 or 6 chapters of this book but really ended up enjoying it and polishing it off in a day Initially I kept trying to figure out which character was supposed to represent which Austen character as I knew the book was Austen inspired and I was seeing all the parallels This was kind of distracting for me especially considering that it pulled from both Emma and Pride Prejudice which seemed discordant since it wasn't following one story or the other but a mishmashHowever once the magical book was introduced this became its own story just with elements of Austen Best aspect The fantastical magical aspect of the story The premise of a book that makes whatever is written in it come true was explored in interesting and sometimes bittersweet ways I loved the connection to fairy tales and folklore and the messages in this story about the power of words and the danger of trying to make wishes come true that could end up having unforeseen conseuences It certainly showed magic to be a double edged sword Plus the whole idea of this magical book totally gave me Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets vibesIf I could change something I'd flesh out some of the side characters Charlotte and Hannah seemed very similar to me and apart from their alignment with their Jane Austen counterparts view spoiler Charlotte as Jane from PP Hannah as Harriet from Emma hide spoiler

  6. Margaux Margaux says:

    This was definitely a new twist on Pride and Prejudice for me I've seen zombies but I've never seen magical books Emma discovers an ancient tome in her boarding school's abandoned library and soon finds that everything written in it comes true Whether she likes it or not the things she writes can't be un written believe her she's tried to cross them out and while some situations she finds herself in are unbelievable like the lion in the middle of the forest in Germany some are very gruesome When a flip comment affects the health of those around her she starts to take it seriously Darcy is in this one and while Emma doesn't have any siblings she does have best friends at boarding school that fill the Jane and Charlotte roles Emma is a great character and the main flaws I found with her were in her maturity I'll chalk that up to the fact that I'm not 16 and she definitely acts her age It's also important to remember that they're in Germany and the drinkingdating ages are different than they are in America Certain situations Darcy's age for example could be a little uncomfortable otherwise I wish he was maybe 17 or 18?

  7. Avni Gupta Avni Gupta says:

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway 355 When I read the summary for this book I was super excited to read it a magical book and a boarding school in Europe what could be better? I had a really hard time getting into it at the beginning Emma came off as a shallow whiny teenager at the beginning and I hated her voice but as the book got plot heavy I either got used to her voice or she got less annoying All in all I think this is one of those 2017 reads you shouldn't miss

  8. Amy Amy says:

    35Roommate Pride and Prejudice Me Say no reads synopsis Just kidding Say What?Despite the slightly odd description I gave this book a try and found it rather charming It reminded me of a Kerstin Gier book minus Gier's super immature heroines Yay Is it just the nature of German YA to sound similar? IDK GO READ THE BOOK AND TELL ME I loved the heroine Emma She's spunky sunny and somehow breaks the usual YA heroine mold She felt like a real extrovert She also uses her brain and figures things out fairly fast I love her relationship with her friends I'm always going to be a sucker for strong female friendships and with her Dad Pretty cute The fairy talefantasy element also added immensely to the story It took a bit to get going but especially as the book neared its climax it really developed things Very creative and imaginative Yet the very imaginative and creative nature of the faun and the book leaves me extra frustrated with the thing that drew me to The Forgotten Book in the first placethe PP retelling Or the Jane Austen references in general They weren't needed This author has plenty of originality to tell her own story No Darcy needed Copying the romance from PP just made things predictable I like the way author tweaked his first proposal That seemed realisticbut still kind of stupid and unlikely Darcy and Frederick echoed their literary counterparts too closely They lost the originality of the other characters I will keep an eye out for from this author Thank you for sharing Michelle

  9. Kayla Kayla says:

    This book was so good and nearly as good as its companion novel The book is so magical and whimsical and I'll definitely be looking out for books by this author

  10. Zitong Ren Zitong Ren says:

    Gets a star for just its gorgeous looking cover It’s so bright and colourful and detailed and amazing Whoever designed the cover should get a medal Beyond the beautiful cover and the hint of magic and romance was what made me read this book Okay it was mainly the amazing cover Does the book live up to the cover Uhh not really? I mean it’s not that bad but I’ll explain why I didn’t like it as much as I wanted toFirst off I have not read Austen’s Pride and Prejudicethough I’ll get to it one day which means I am not able to make comparisons This book is set in 2017 in this boarding school in Germany where our main protagonist Emma fins this magical book that lets her do her bidding Now this is my first issue Emma Emma despite how much I want to like her as a character I really struggled to connect with her She sort of the typical whiny teenage girl who has gotten pretty much whatever she wanted She’s also really beautiful Now when she finds this book instead of throwing it away like a sensible person does because of the magical powers she instead uses it to her own purposes for a good chunk of the book doing whatever she wanted with people which just makes it very uncoolDarcy was this arrogant rich kid and suddenly he’s nice and secretly had a crush on Emma and Emma likes him back? The story was actually very interesting but it really could have been done a lot better I simply didn’t really connect or couldn’t connect with the characters very well and did not really care for any of them And was I the only one who did not find the ending surprising at all but rather of a dull monologue of events At first the excerpts from the magical book was interesting but uickly got boring and while some parts was important to the story I didn’t really feel like reading them The story line really doesn’t go anywhere until the last third of the book and even then it still feels too long for this relatively short book Disagree with me if you want everyone has opinions and I’m only stating mine Love the cover though 3510

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