EBOOK Thief Sevy #1

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  • Thief Sevy #1
  • Sarah-Jane Lehoux
  • English
  • 12 October 2020
  • 9781484174333

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summary Thief Sevy #1 ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook read & download ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Sarah-Jane Lehoux Sarah-Jane Lehoux ✓ 0 summary Ality have little meaning when confronted with the all consuming passion of the soul Better judgment is pushed aside for the chance to obtain the unobtainable The only uestion remaining is just how much a person is willing to sacrifice in order to get what they wantSevy has always been a uick study in the wicked ways of Eloria Since childhood she has eked out a living for herself with the help of her sticky fingers and her indomitable sp. Thief follows Sevy a young homeless girl trying to survive by you guessed it stealing Sevy lives in Eloria a stinking pit of a city inhabited by homeless kids such as herself prostitutes and gangs Sevy encounters one of the gang leaders a young man named Jarro and after some protesting on his part she is allowed to join his group Sevy uickly falls in love with Jarro but just when it seems that he might feel the same way he is mysteriously murdered Furious Sevy will stop at nothing to find out who murdered him and make them pay but when she finds that his murderer is her only hope at possibly having her beloved Jarro back will she be able to go through with her plan or will she risk everything including her best friend for a chance at happiness that she s never knownThief has everything you can possibly want in a fantasy book from elves and dark elves to pixies and goddesses your hunger for the supernatural and divine will be than satiated Thief is also high on action with the story rarely slowing down you will be hard pressed to stop reading even for a minute as you wait for the next breathtaking scene to follow For those of you who like some romance thrown in with your fantasy fear not Thief is centered on the growing love between Sevy and Jarro that is intricate and truly beautiful There is also plenty of violence if that s your cup of tea so as you can see there is something in Thief for everyoneI loved Thief It s been a while since I have been able to breeze through a book so uickly while simultaneously wanting to linger on the best parts as the story grips me and forces me into Sevy s world I was easily able to identify with the characters especially that of Sevy and I could feel her pain and her loss when Jarro was murdered so much so that I was actually angry at the author for doing that to her You know that you ve really melded with the story when you are compelled to go berate the author because of an act within the book and I was certainly so compelled multiple times while reading Thief not because I wasn t enjoying the book but because the pain Sevy and the other characters in Thief felt was so very real to me The characters were beautifully detailed and their emotions wonderfully displayed by the exuisite writing throughout the bookAnother thing that was done very well in Thief was the clean transitions between the points of view of the characters There were obvious divides and it never felt like I was losing perspective as I entered into another character s consciousness As each character s emotions were made clear by seeing things from their point of view it enriched the story and enhanced it strengthening the connection between the reader and this worldThough the direction the plot went had me screaming in frustration along with Sevy and feeling her deep sadness as well it was very well done I thoroughly enjoyed Thief and am very excited to dive into Shades of War The ending of Thief was unexpected and I was just as shocked as the characters within as to how it unfolded This for me is a must read I recommend it to fantasy lovers in particular but also to any reader who enjoys a wonderful storyComplaints Why did Jarro have to die darn you Sarah Jane I m kidding if anything I only wished it was longer so I could have enjoyed even of Sevy s world Recommendation What are you waiting for Buy it nowRating 55

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summary Thief Sevy #1 ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook read & download ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Sarah-Jane Lehoux Sarah-Jane Lehoux ✓ 0 summary Happily Ever After Doesn't Come Without a PriceIn the crumbling city of Eloria there are two indisputable facts First everyone has a dream Secret seemingly unattainable altogether irresistible it is the kind of dream that aches and at times burns For most it will forever remain a teasing enigma but there are those for whom dreams grow into obsession Which brings us to the second indisputable fact everyone has a price Protestations of mor. Sevy is a young girl who lives on the streets of Eloria eking out a living by stealing doing whatever she can to stay alive Street wise and cunning Sevy knows a mark when she sees one but she also knows a pimp Her best and only friend Trena has taken up with a gorilla whom Sevy knows is going to exploit her but all Trena can see are the benefits Sevy is determined to steal enough so she can rescue Trena from the ape s clutches but her life takes an unexpected twist when the mark she targets turns out to be even savvier than herself Her growing infatuation with this man and his apparent attraction to her throw Sevy into the deepest love and also the deepest fury she has ever known Demons and black elvish magic combine in one of the most treacherous and evil bitch antagonists I have ever encountered in a fantasy novel It s doubtful that even Sevy s smarts and hard won skills can save the lives of her lover and friendThere is plenty of action tension and emotion in this fast moving fantasy novel You won t be able to draw your breath

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summary Thief Sevy #1 ¹ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook read & download ñ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Sarah-Jane Lehoux Sarah-Jane Lehoux ✓ 0 summary Irit She has no ualms about taking what she desires and when the unreuited love of her life is mysteriously murdered Sevy will stop at nothing to get him back Elvish black magic necromancy and demonic pacts are of little conseuence if it means she can once again have her beloved at her side But is she willing to murder her only friend to get the job done Is there a line that even this selfish self proclaimed bitch is not prepared to cros. If you ever love Arya Stark you gotta love Sevy Thief began with a story of teenage Sevy live together with her friend Trena inside a stable in the city of Eloria Its a hard life for children living in city where girls sell their bodies or living a criminal life Then fate lead her to Jarro a young man who lead one of the city s notorious criminal gang who save her and was kind to Sevy She fall in love with him but he never seem to notice her and instead he was occupied by the beautiful elf Irea But things never went as it should be Interestingly enough it took until the middle of the book that everything in the blurb happen and yes its painful as it soundSevy is a very enjoyable character and somewhat mysterious She s determined crass intuitive and also bad ass In the unforgiving environment she s in against all odds Sevy survive only to lost things she hold dear to her The story is uite dark even when the first part held the vein of most YA Fantasy and reminded me of Tamora Pierce s Allana series The worldbuilding was uite minimal for a fantasy but recognizable enough with its own cultures religion magic politics and its magical creatures that held some realism Sort of like Skyrim In fact Eloria have some similarities with Winterhold with Dark Elves at the bad part of the city and the Nords racism with the elves and of course the crimes Although there s some awkward phrases and weird use of words but most of it aren t distracting There were some moments inside like prostitution polygamy incest and rape which added a dark vein in this book and does enhance the storylines by realism and its struggles but it can be offensive to casual immature readers That does sound like Game of Thrones right But GRR Martin uses these elements for shock and titillating the audience while women authors tend to be subtle and at times thought provoking while tackling the issue I understand Sevy s frustration with Trena and there were moments with character selling their body made me cringe but at its core it does not skimp at the reality of it and how woman are being treated Overall the story is very well written well edited and enjoyable even if it s a self pub