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The Moth in the Mirror (Splintered) di [Howard, A. G.]
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An original ebook-only novella in the Splintered series, told from the points of view of both Jeb and Morpheus. Morpheus wants to know more about his rival for Alyssa's affections, so he digs into Jeb's memories of his time in Wonderland. But he may be surprised by what he finds. This brand-new story and perspective from A.G. Howard's dark, magical world stands alone, but also provides a tantalizing glimpse of what's to come in Unhinged, the sequel to Splintered.

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  • Formato: Formato Kindle
  • Dimensioni file: 400 KB
  • Lunghezza stampa: 40
  • Editore: Amulet Books (22 ottobre 2013)
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B00FJ7NTP2
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  • Media recensioni: 3.2 su 5 stelle 4 recensioni clienti
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3.3 su 5 stelle
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Premessa: questo non è un libro a sè, è una novella. Per capire qualcosa bisogna aver letto il primo capitolo della serie "Splintered", in italia "Il mio splendido migliore amico".
Questa novella ci racconta di Morpheus che sbircia i pensieri di Jeb durante il suo "soggiorno" nel Paese delle Meraviglie. E la recensione finita, grazie mille.
No va bene, scherzo ma in realtà è così, perché io mi aspettavo qualcosa di nuovo, nuove informazioni ... qualcosa!
E invece niente di che. Anzi se non altro mi ha fatto spegnere quel briciolo di voglia che avevo di continuare la serie.
Jeb NON è così intelligente, signora Howard, he is just NOT. Invece in questa novella ha delle illuminazioni assolutamente ingiustificate, secondo me, che lo dovrebbero far vedere come uno molto sveglio e quasi geniale ...ehhh no. No.
Morpheus è uno stalker affascinante, ma sempre uno stalker manipolatore.
Diciamo che senza la distrazione della meravigliosa ambientazione i personaggi non mi fanno impazzire.
Non mi è sembrato abbia aggiunto assolutamente nulla alla trama della serie.
Consigliato?
Visto il costo irrisorio direi di si. Poi è molto breve e di facile comprensione. Ma queste sono le uniche motivazioni che mi vengono in mente.
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Dopo aver divorato i tre capitoli principali della saga ho acquistato entusiasta anche questa novel, convinta che mi sarebbe piaciuta come tutti gli altri volumi. Ecco, no... Il problema principale è che mi sono annoiata, cosa non da poco visto che è lunga appena 40 pagine. Il punto di vista di Morpheus a dire il vero non mi è dispiaciuto, forse anche perché è il protagonista che preferisco in assoluto, ma proprio non sono riuscita a mandare giù il punto di vista di Jeb, che da personaggio non esattamente centrale, che si ritrova trascinato suo malgrado negli eventi che travolgono Alyssa, diventa improvvisamente astutissimo: capisce tutto e prevede tutto. Non so, non mi ha convinta; è come se avessi letto la storia scritta dal punto di vista di un altro personaggio, che non c'entra nulla con quello che abbiamo conosciuto...
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Di Spirin il 12 dicembre 2015
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Di facile comprensione, carina la trama. Ottimo per iniziare le letture in lingua. Bisogna però aver letto il primo capitolo della storia.
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come gli altri libri della stessa storia, sono davvero carini, si leggono molto bene, li consiglio a chiunque gli piaccia il genere e non si preoccupa di leggere "cose per ragazze", la storia merita
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Amazon.com: 4.5 su 5 stelle 149 recensioni
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Morpheus! Morpheus! Morpheus! Morpheus! 25 ottobre 2013
Di Stephanie (Bookfever) - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
Ever since I found out about this short story in the Splintered series I've been dying to get my hands on it. I don't think I ever really read the full description of it. They could've thrown anything at me as long as it had Morpheus. And I must say I am not disappointed!

The Moth in the Mirror was really great. I started out six months after Alyssa left Wonderland with Jeb and Morpheus taking a literal trip down memory lane. Not just any memories... Jeb's memories of when he was in Wonderland as to find out why he has such a hold over Alyssa's heart and to find out what he can do to capture it as its own.

So basically this book had the best of both worlds and none of the fans could be disappointed since it had Morpheus in it and also Jeb. I found it pretty originally done by A.G. Howard. It's six months after the events of Wonderland and Morpheus kind of pines over Alyssa so he wants to find out what's so special about Jeb and eventually comes to a decision...

This novella should be able to satisfy us Splintered fans, but really all it does is make me want Unhinged all the more.
Also I had forgotten what a wonderful writing A.G. Howard is. Everything is so colorful and deliciously descriptive. I love her Wonderland! So as far as novellas go, I really liked this one. Not the best I ever read but damn it, it has Morpheus and I missed him. So that makes it a very good novella in my eyes. And I guess Jeb isn't too bad either...

4 Stars! <3
3 di 3 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle Hot dam, Morpheus, you are truly incredible!! 17 novembre 2014
Di Alicia - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
4.5 Stars

I Loved, LOVED, LOVEDDDDD this short story!!! Being inside Jeb's mind, seeing his side of what happened, what he went through while separated from Alyssa, and what was going through his head as he traveled through Wonderland was just amazing!! And Morpheus, ooh, he's so deliciously sexy as he's strategizing, and conniving, and manipulative, and so dam enticing!! And if you put'em all together, HOT dam you've got one dangerously seductive, bombshell of a "Son of a bug" as Jeb would say it! ;)

First, I have to give due where due deserves, Jeb is AWESOME!! I absolutely love him!! Now, do I love him more then Morpheus, probably not, but I do love him nevertheless!! Jeb was all kinds of sexy in his insane, loving, over protective, take charge and not ready to settle for anything short of saving the light in his life, Alyssa Gardner...

And Morpheus, holy smokes, let me tell you, he is overfilling!! He filled me with all kinds of emotions, and had me drowning--trying to climb out and claim control. A.G. Howard really outdid herself with his character. I LOVED everything about him!! Granted, some may say he doesn't have some of the best qualities, but I beg to differ! He had all the ones that really mattered, plus, throw in a few others that builds his amazing character, and WOW, you have an EPIC, unforgettable, totally addicting, love interest that is sure to get you hot and bothered! ;)

THE PLOT
Morpheus is distraught over losing the only thing he's ever loved and really cared for, Alyssa Gardner, and vows to win her back, one way or another! So he goes to the Carpet beetle, keeper of memories, in search of hope, in search of the only thing to give him the upper hand in all this, Jebediah's memories, and in there, Jebediah's weakness...

But as Morpheus replays Jebediah's every thought--his every feeling while in Wonderland, his every fear, his every pain that has intangled and embedded itself into Jebediah's heart, Morpheus starts to understand this Mortal more then he ever wanted too. He starts to relate in ways that shouldn't be, and then guilt starts to leak in, bleed itself within. But is Morpheus really ready to sacrifice his heart for Jebediah's? And is he really ready hand over what is rightfully his? All that he's been fighting for? He thinks not, guilt aside, Alyssa Gardner is his, and he is ready to go to the end of the earth for her, to win back what was once his as a child, to claim what's in his heart and embrace it. The fight is on, and if they think Morpheus played dirty last time, oh well, they ain't seen nothing yet, because he will not be easily defeated, he will not go down without a fight, and he is ready for the, madness....

Get ready, because it's all about to become....

UNHINGED...

Yep, this was pretty epic!! I am now a die hard Morpheus fan, but I also have my fair share of love for Jeb too! Actually, I could say that by the end of this series it could really sway either way. Will have to see what happens next in the series for me to be for sure!!

Overall, THE MOTH IN THE MIRROR was a wonderful addition to this EPICALLY fascinating series!! After reading SPLINTERED, and now this in between short story, my love runs deep for this series and these characters. Even the mindlessly insane ones, they're all so much fun and full of tons of insanity and madness that's filled my heart and made this series what it is!!!
4.0 su 5 stelle The Moth in the Mirror 24 marzo 2014
Di Angie - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
I like Jeb and I love Morpheus so The Moth in the Mirror was a nice treat. Morpheus has decided to view Jeb's lost memories of Wonderland in order to understand his competition better. He hopes to find a weakness that he can exploit so that he can win Alyssa's heart once and for all. While I do like both love interests--and would actually love a threesome between them--I am more team Morpheus, although he plays dirty!

The Moth in the Mirror gives us three scenes from Splintered, but in Jeb's POV. These type of novella's usually don't hold my interest that much, but in this case it did. That's because the author actually used parts where Jeb and Alyssa aren't together, so we actually get some new information. It's nothing groundbreaking, but it was still interesting to get into Jeb's head for a little while and witness what he encountered while in Wonderland. I did like this novella a lot, but I wish there had been Morpheus!
4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle This Will Leave You Longing for the Unhinged! 29 ottobre 2013
Di Amazon Customer - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
This novella reminded me how amazing an author Ms. Howard is. The writing is beautiful (it's told from both Morpheus and Jeb's POV), and I quickly got swept back into the world of Splintered. Each guy sounded different and had their own voice, which doesn't always happen with dual POV. And let's face it, this book has both Morpheus and Jeb, so how could it go wrong? Only problem, I still can't choose!!! Ms. Howard is making this extremely hard for me right now!

Moth in the Mirror provided a nice set up for Unhinged, and I can't wait for it to come out. If you enjoyed Splintered, then this is a must read for you. It's short, topping out at only 40 pages, but it's worth reading every single page to hold you over until the next book comes out :)

Happy reading!
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4.0 su 5 stelle Morpheus or Jeb? 17 febbraio 2015
Di Courtney @ Read Between the Books - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Originally posted at www.readbetweenthebooks91.blogspot.com

4.3/5 stars!

Ooooh the gauntlet has been thrown! S*** is about to hit the fan!

In this little novella we have Morpheus wanting to see Jeb’s memories of what occurred in Wonderland. He wants to see what makes Jeb JEB so to speak. So we have a few different scenes from Splintered told from Jeb’s POV. It was definitely interesting but I still don’t like him. We did get to see some of Morpheus which is always great, I just can’t get enough of him. His sarcasticness is just perfection. The way he talks is perfection. Morpheus is perfection. Jeb is not. I don’t like his humor, it’s very juvenile and just sounds way too forced.

It was still interesting though and I really enjoyed it. We got to see some new characters and some that were introduced already in Splintered, like Gossamer. Overall, it was a great story that gives the readers a little insight into what we couldn’t exactly ‘see’ in Splintered.

And then there’s the end. Oh boy. Can’t wait to get my hands on Unhinged!
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