Spark of Eternity

  • Title: Spark of Eternity
  • Author: Lucie Lukačovičová
  • ISBN: 9781684311248
  • Page: 285
  • Format: ebook
  • Spark of Eternity It is the era of steam and science but in their midst superstition and real witchcraft also thrive Ignatius is a fallen inquisitor on the run but at least he s on the run with the man he loves When t
    It is the era of steam and science, but in their midst superstition and real witchcraft also thrive.Ignatius is a fallen inquisitor on the run but at least he s on the run with the man he loves When they find themselves in the middle of the Carpathian Mountains, they take shelter in a village But the village proves to be plagued by vampires, a complication they don t neeIt is the era of steam and science, but in their midst superstition and real witchcraft also thrive.Ignatius is a fallen inquisitor on the run but at least he s on the run with the man he loves When they find themselves in the middle of the Carpathian Mountains, they take shelter in a village But the village proves to be plagued by vampires, a complication they don t need on top of their fragile relationship and the struggle to simply survive.

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    About Lucie Lukačovičová


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    1. I have read and loved The Spark of Thought, but I was still curious and maybe a little bit nervous as to what this new story would bring. A detective plot set in the Carpathians sounded very different from the very personal love story of the first novella. I was afraid I might lose some of what made me love the first Spark, but this fear turned out to be unfounded. Ingatius and Nikola are both back and feel exactly like themselves, the murder mystery is interesting from the start, and the world [...]

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    2. Oh lord this book. Well at least I can say it wasn't worse than the first, but if you've actually read the first book, you know that's not too hard.I'm so confused about this series. I am also very angry about it? It's such a mess, I can't believe it got published, and yet I can't stop reading it. It's more of a hate-read at this point, if I'm honest.Everything about this book is awful. The writing is awful. The author's english feels very unnatural and while I understand that the author isn't n [...]

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    3. Spark of Eternity is a sequel of Spark of Thought. Both stories take place in the alternative nineteenth century: medicine, forensic science, railway and steam boats are developing, but people continue to fear "warlocks", persons endowed with special supernatural abilities. And because of this fear, the Inquisition still managed to have a considerable power. Ignatius is the Supreme Inquisitor in Prague, a city with a heretic reputation. When the young inventor Nikola, suspicious to be one of the [...]

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    4. Despite M M Romance not usually being my reading of choice, I found this story to be very appealing.I haven't read the prequel, Spark of Thought, but Spark of Eternity serves as a perfect standalone: rudiemntary notes of previous events are quickly, but gracefuly presented at the beginning,and the rest is hinted at as the events go on, whenever the story sees it fit.Storytelling is quite swiftly paced, as the events unfold in previosly sleepy-looking Carpathian village. Main characters of the st [...]

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