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  • Sombras vivientes
  • Cornelia Funke
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  • 24 April 2018
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About the Author: Cornelia Funke

Paperback ç Sombras vivientes MOBI ´ sombras mobile, vivientes mobile, Sombras vivientesSombras vivientes PDF/EPUBCornelia Funke is a multiple award winning German illustrator and storyteller, who writes fantasy for all ages of readers Amongst her best known books is the Inkheart trilogy Many of Cornelia s titles are published all over the world and translated intothan languages She has two children, two birds and a very old dog and lives in Los Angeles, California.


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  1. Charlotte May says:

    Love was lost so terrifyingly easily This was so good Maybe even better than book 1 I loved returning to the Mirrorworld with all its magical, dangerous and fantastical creatures and secrets Jacob managed to save his brother during book 1, but at a very high cost This cost is now demanding to be paid and Jacob s life is on the line He and his best friend Fox, the shape shifting girl are on a race against time to find the head, hand and heart of a warlock who hides a hidden crossbow, whLove was lost so terrifyingly easily This was so good Maybe even better than book 1 I loved returning to the Mirrorworld with all its magical, dangerous and fantastical creatures and secrets Jacob managed to save his brother during book 1, but at a very high cost This cost is now demanding to be paid and Jacob s life is on the line He and his best friend Fox, the shape shifting girl are on a race against time to find the head, hand and heart of a warlock who hides a hidden crossbow, which could be his saviour Unfortunately, there is a stone man Goyl who is also after the crossbow for his own means and is willing to kill Jacob in the process An action filled fantasy full of dark magic and twisted fairytales Cannot wait to read book 3

  2. C.G. Drews says:

    The real question is WHY HAVEN T I READ THIS TRILOGY SOONER I m actually exploding with love for it And there are NO sequel blues to be found here I actually loved thisthan the first My 1 complaint with the first was lack of emotionbut here So much emotion I may or may not have been an anxious wreck the whole time It was dark and stabby and intensely magical and it was just the kind of book that reminded me why I love magic.I loooooove magic DARK AND MESSY MAGIC THAT H The real question is WHY HAVEN T I READ THIS TRILOGY SOONER I m actually exploding with love for it And there are NO sequel blues to be found here I actually loved thisthan the first My 1 complaint with the first was lack of emotionbut here So much emotion I may or may not have been an anxious wreck the whole time It was dark and stabby and intensely magical and it was just the kind of book that reminded me why I love magic.I loooooove magic DARK AND MESSY MAGIC THAT HAS NO CHILL MyAestheticNOTE this review may contain some unintentional mild spoilers for book one Reckless Be ye warned.Also I just realised I don t actually know what age category these are for They re dark enough to be upper YA, but Jacob is about 24, but yet not quite dark enough to be Adult In my opinion BUT WHATEVER I ENJOYED THE HECK OUT OF THIS.So obviously the last book ended with a wicked cliffhanger And we just dive right into it with this one And something I loooove about this trilogy so far is the pacing is A No tedious long travelling scenes, despite them travelling all the time No boring lulls It s just fajdskalfd perfection excuse me someone pls have me sit down before I go eat this magical book.I was freaking out for Jacob the ENTIRE time He is dying, obviously, slowly, and I think his facing death his biggest fear is what drew so much emotion out of the story And how he was forced to be vulnerable and forced to let Fox help himand forced TO HAVE FEEEELINGS Oh wait Maybe it was just me having feelings Either way feelings The pain was all over the book, physical and emotional And I read the entire thing in an evening and kind of threw a small bookworm tantrum when it was over.But let s be honest Jacob and Fox need to just kiss already They are ridiculous children despite not being children JUST KISS YOU FOOLS They love each other so freaking much that they spend literally every moment convincing themselves they don t And for them both being such prideful barnacle bushes and hating to be saved helpedyou want to know the 1 cause of problems in this series so far BECAUSE THE CHARACTERS ALL WILL SACRIFICE EVERYTHING FOR THE PEOPLE THEY LOVE BECAUSE THEY LOVE SO VIOLENTLY DEEPLY SERIOUSLY YOU ALL Stahp acting like you re stoic I see They re like Winchesters omg.Also the magical aspect is my favourite part The imagination is kind of just phenomenal, okay How does Cornelia Funke even think up all these things omg Magical handkerchieves that give money, and business cards that can send messages, and thorn bushes that explode and eat you, and eternal mazes, and crossbows that can slay a world, and magicked apples, and spells in glass just, I can t get enough It s DARK AND STABBY AND VIOLENT AND MAGICAL AND BEAUTIFUL and basically everything I want to read about of ever.ALL IN ALL I m ridiculously in love with these books I d give this one 4.5 stars, and the only tiny drawback was that we had a lot of POV from the villain, and I didn t really care about that So that was the only frustrating tedious thing Otherwise STUPIDLY PERFECT argh now I have emotions and my Vulcanness is slipping I shall need to go drink some angry tea or something But it s beautifully written and the characters are raw and complex and the storyline may or may not have me fretting for everyone s lives Jacob Reckless Co are just my new favourite

  3. Simona Bartolotta says:

    Nothing lasted for ever, even behind the mirror EDIT 19 12 15 added review in English recensione in italiano a fondo pagina Italian review at the bottom of the page.Lately, the attention I pay to new book releases is even lower than usual, and it is at its worst even in my normal periods, so just imagine Anyway, I was in this bookshop in Edinburgh all on my own, when at some point, having already browsed through all the other sections, I find myself in the middle grade section I lower Nothing lasted for ever, even behind the mirror EDIT 19 12 15 added review in English recensione in italiano a fondo pagina Italian review at the bottom of the page.Lately, the attention I pay to new book releases is even lower than usual, and it is at its worst even in my normal periods, so just imagine Anyway, I was in this bookshop in Edinburgh all on my own, when at some point, having already browsed through all the other sections, I find myself in the middle grade section I lower my eyes, and what do I see The last copy of Fearless, obviously Why it was there among the mid grade books, I have no idea.In any case, I was doubly surprised, because first I didn t know it had already come out, and in the second place I had resigned to the fact that Reckless wasn t going to have a sequel I can t put my finger on why I was that sure, but the book had given me that impression, so, yeah, I had just put m heart at peace Useless to say, I grabbed the book and carried it home.I finished it yesterday evening, after two days of full immersion It s been a long time since the last time a book left me so sad and kind of nostalgic I d give anything to go back in time and reread it all over again without knowing what awaits me on the next page Cornelia Funke creates a world of inconceivable vividness, eventhan how she did in Reckless The characters are true, believable, driven by convincing feelings and provided with well rounded personalities.I will miss this world for a very long, long time It left a void in my heart I have no words to tell you how I feel, nor to describe the beauty of this story, nor to explaind how good Funke is at shaping her universe down to the minutest details, with expertise, coherence and unpredictability I can t help but worship her imagination.Recesione in italiano Ultimamente, l attenzione che presto alle novit in arrivo in libreria persino pi bassa del solito, e tocca abissi critici persino nei miei periodi normali, quindi figuratevi Ecco, ero che vagabondavo per i fatti miei in questa libreria, a Edimburgo, quando ad un certo punto, avendo gi visitato tutti gli altri reparti, mi ritrovo nella sezione dei libri per bambini Abbasso lo sguardo, e cosa vedo L ultima copia di Fearless, naturalmente Perch poi il suo target debba essere quello di libro per fanciulli, a tutt oggi resta un mistero.Comunque sia, la mia sorpresa stata doppia perch , in primis, non sapevo che fosse gi uscito, e inoltre ero ormai persuasa che Reckless non avrebbe avuto un seguito Non so spiegarne logicamente la ragione, ma mi aveva dato questa idea, quindi, ecco, diciamo che mi ero messa il cuore in pace Inutile dirvi che mi ci sono fiondata e me lo sono portato a casa.L ho terminato ieri sera, dopo due giorni di full immersion, ed era da tanto che un libro non mi lasciava cos triste e nostalgica Pagherei oro pur di poter tornare indietro e rileggerlo tutto da capo non sapendo cosa si nasconde dietro la prossima pagina La Funke crea un mondo di inconcepibile vividezza, ancora pi di quanto avesse fatto in Reckless I personaggi sono tutti veri, credibili, mossi da sentimenti plausibili e di straordinario vigore Sentir la mancanza di questo mondo ancora per molto tempo Mi ha lasciato un vuoto nel cuore Non ci sono parole per descrivervi il mio stato d animo, n la bellezza di questa storia, n la bravura della Funke nel plasmare i suoi mondi sin nei minimi particolari, con perizia, coerenza e imprevedibilit La sua immaginazione da venerare

  4. Trish says:

    The second volume about Jacob Reckless, the boy who found another world behind a black mirror and fox, his shape shifting friend well,than just a friend if both are honest.When I opened the book, I was very disappointed because where the first book was filled with the author s illustrations, this only had little ones at the beginning of each chapter It felt lifeless in comparison to the first volume When asking Cornelia Funke here on Goodreads, she told me that she had wanted to includ The second volume about Jacob Reckless, the boy who found another world behind a black mirror and fox, his shape shifting friend well,than just a friend if both are honest.When I opened the book, I was very disappointed because where the first book was filled with the author s illustrations, this only had little ones at the beginning of each chapter It felt lifeless in comparison to the first volume When asking Cornelia Funke here on Goodreads, she told me that she had wanted to includebut the publisher was against it I was so mad, I sent them an e mail, scolding them lol I actually wanted to deduct a star for that However, after finishing the book, I simply can t The story is so fast paced, thrilling, fantastical and the writing stlye pure magic itself that it would be a sin So let s just say that I deduct a symbolic star, OK As said in my review for the first part, Cornelia Funke is a master of the German language Whenever she writes, she breathes life into every line, playing with words as well as entire tales, making the reading experience a delight.In this second book, after Jacob managed to rescue his brother, he now has to face the wrath of the Red Fairy her sister s curse that is about to kill him Naturally, he doesn t want to die and after finally finding out about a weapon powerful enough to save him, a suspenseful and desperate search begins This time, there s also competition in form of another treasure hunter and a mysterious benefactor who definitely has his own agenda But beggars cant be choosers.Moreover, we are introduced to evencountries, rulers and magical creatures of the Mirrorworld and the author effortlessly weaves our tales with those behind the mirror.What actually made me sad was to read of all the progress in Mirrorworld I guess it happens everywhere at some point but to have a world full of magic and wonder and fairy tale creatures only to see all of that give way to machines and industries, the heavy smoke of factories replacing the scent of enchanted flowers, the sound of cars and cannons replacing the songs of sirens, almost all the forests being cut down to feed fires in mines and metal factories,andcreatures going extinct, one people killing another with guns and rifles and even airplanes Witches can still cure things mordern medicine can t at least the black witches can and some creatures cannot be killed with bullets, but that is only cold comfort In short my heart bled.I can only hope that the 3rd book that leads us to the cold East, where Russian fairy tales rule, will bring back the magic, stop progress I couldn t bear to see Mirrorworld becoming our world

  5. Ashley Daviau says:

    This book was a chore to read quite honestly and there is only reason I kept reading and gave it 3 stars and not a lower rating And that reason is Fox I just love her character SO much that the pages she graced made it worth suffering through the juvenile nonsense the rest of this book was I m actually very disappointed by this turn of events because normally I absolutely love Funke s writing But I just couldn t get into this one, it felt like the story was sprouting a new and confusing head This book was a chore to read quite honestly and there is only reason I kept reading and gave it 3 stars and not a lower rating And that reason is Fox I just love her character SO much that the pages she graced made it worth suffering through the juvenile nonsense the rest of this book was I m actually very disappointed by this turn of events because normally I absolutely love Funke s writing But I just couldn t get into this one, it felt like the story was sprouting a new and confusing head every 3 pages

  6. Daria says:

    It s been a rather long time since I last ventured into Funke s Mirrorworld although I did only do it the once , even longer since I last re read Dragon Rider, my all time Funke favorite, and probably eons since the Inkworld happened My memories of Funke s books are distant but strong I recall being bemused and enchanted by her dark and wonderful tales, and I owe her a young reader s deep seated loyalty But it s not an eleven year old Daria that read Reckless and Fearless I wonder if the el It s been a rather long time since I last ventured into Funke s Mirrorworld although I did only do it the once , even longer since I last re read Dragon Rider, my all time Funke favorite, and probably eons since the Inkworld happened My memories of Funke s books are distant but strong I recall being bemused and enchanted by her dark and wonderful tales, and I owe her a young reader s deep seated loyalty But it s not an eleven year old Daria that read Reckless and Fearless I wonder if the eleven year old would have beenstarry eyed, or merelyfrightened The Mirrorworld is written with aabsentminded hand, I feel, than the Inkworld, in whose intricate design one could sense the loving flourishes of its creator The Mirrorworld and all those who live within it and those who do not seem half sketched portraits the feelings are there, the darkness and the lurking danger and the thrill, but the picture is minimal and frustratingly incomplete Reading along, I wanted to pull Funke s narrative to a stop, to ask her to linger describe the road warmed by the sun at Saint Riquet, I would say, make convincing the heroes good escape off the Titania follow the slashes of blades through the air in that duel between Jacob and Troisclerq I panicked as I neared the end of Fearless, noticing that Funke had raised too many questions and that there weren t enough pages in which to answer them all Then I breathed easier as I found out that the next volume was well on its way, and thanks to my tardiness in getting to Fearless, Heartless is only a summer away Did I blaze through Fearless in one sitting Yes It isn t long at all Did I enjoy it immensely Absolutely Funke is a sly, sometimes ambigous storyteller, and her translator likes to work in deceptively simple sentences But Funke s imagination is all too bewitching and, coupled with the reader s own, any tale Funke tells always proves thrilling.And, as a final disclaimer, I ll admit that my grandfather owned over a thousand books And whether I was seven or twelve I only ever touched the collected copy of The Brothers Grimm in his house, and wore its cerulean spine over the summer nights Which I suppose makes me a biased judge of Funke s Mirrorworld books at best

  7. leynes says:

    Yesterday May 1 was a legal holiday in Germany and with nothing else to do, I decided to declutter my entire room whilst listening to the audiobook of the second instalment in the Reckless series Mind you, the audiobook is 10 hours long and I listened to 9 hours yesterday I did zone out a bit towards the end CAN YOU BLAME ME THO but at least got a shit ton of cleaning done and managed to get rid of six bags full of shit I don t need any Since this is a reread for me, I was still able Yesterday May 1 was a legal holiday in Germany and with nothing else to do, I decided to declutter my entire room whilst listening to the audiobook of the second instalment in the Reckless series Mind you, the audiobook is 10 hours long and I listened to 9 hours yesterday I did zone out a bit towards the end CAN YOU BLAME ME THO but at least got a shit ton of cleaning done and managed to get rid of six bags full of shit I don t need any Since this is a reread for me, I was still able to follow along the story quite nicely, even though I wasn t always the most attentive First and foremost, just like for part one, the audiobook is fucking awesome I enjoy Rainer Strecker s narration a lot and I appreciate that he s trying to give the different characters in the series distinct voices, albeit with differing success the breathy and clammy voice that he gave the Aquarius was so nasty, I cannot deal D Additionally, I absolutely adore the musical choices for this audiobook Every chapter ends with the most atmospheric music that fits the narrative so nicely, I am obsessed I never thought it would be this way but the music really helped me to immerse myselfin the story Plot wise the second instalment is much stronger than the first one Since we already know our favorite main characters Jacob and Fox , Cornelia doesn t loose her breath on exposition She picks the story right up where she left it at the end of Reckless 1 Jacob was able to save his brother but had to sacrifice his own life for it The Dark Fairy put a moth to his chest, so that he only has one year left to live before she reclaims her name and his life for herself In this year, Jacob tried everything in his might to escape his inevitable death, chasing after all of those miracles and myths like the Fountain of Youth , but nothing worked Just as he s about to give up, he learns of a magical crossbow of a long dead witch king that, if fired out of love, is able to give life to the person that is shot Alongside with Fox, Jacob starts hunting the lost artefact But this wouldn t be a good adventure if the goyl Nerron wouldn t be searching the crossbow as well, since if you fire it at an army commander, all of his soldiers die In this book, Cornelia draws a lot from French and British fairy tales, as most of the plot is set in Lothringen and Albion, the pendant to France and England respectively One creature that is explored deeply is the Bluebeard On their hunt for the crossbow, Fox is abducted by the Bluebeard Troisclerq and Jacob tries to save her This is one of my favorite moments in the entire series because a Cornelia manages to weave these fairy tales so seamlessly into her plots that everything actually fits and moves the story along and b we finally get our long needed exploration of Jacob and Fox s love for each other The fact that both care deeply about the other is clear from page 1 but I like the fact that, as Fox grows into a woman, they both realise that they might bethan friends Not gonna lie, they are my OTP and all of their tender moments gave me absolutely the feels I love how slowly their relationship is developing and that a kiss on the cheeks or a hug that lasts a little too long are the only signs of their growing relationship that we get to see Connie is the queen of slow burn Overall, I really enjoyed that Connie found a good balance between giving both characters and plot the time they need and deserve The showdown between Jacob and Nerron was thrilling, even though I have to admit, that their clash in the castle of the witch king was the part where I zoned out, since it came at the end Nonetheless, I liked the twist at the end where Jacob realised that there must bemirrors that lead in and out of the Mirrorworld, and that he saw this as his opportunity to flee and save him and Fox out of this tough spot Miranda s epilogue also gave me the hope that the Red Fairy and the Dark Fairy, of course will continue to play a huge role and will try to make Jacob s life like hell Also, what s up with the Earl King Can t wait to find outabout him and what he wants from my baby boy

  8. Lalaine *myficbookreviews* says:

    OMG PLEASE LET IT BE ALTEASTNEXT YEAR I WANT MORE OF JACOBBBBBB UPDATES Loved it

  9. Tyree Singleton says:

    Ever since the end of the Reckless I have been waiting for this sequel to come out I m sure it won t disappoint Also, I can t understand why Reckless got a lot of low ratings, i thought it was a really good book.

  10. Lynn Rainbow says:

    It s been a few days since I finished reading this book, but I ve had no time to actually sit and write down this review And this is due to study and exams, and not because I ve nothing to say about this book because, you know, I gave it 5 stars so obviously I ve a lot of things to say about this one What can I say I read Reckless a long time ago, and I didn t know there would have been a sequel to it I found out about this book just a couple of months ago, and when I finally found it at m It s been a few days since I finished reading this book, but I ve had no time to actually sit and write down this review And this is due to study and exams, and not because I ve nothing to say about this book because, you know, I gave it 5 stars so obviously I ve a lot of things to say about this one What can I say I read Reckless a long time ago, and I didn t know there would have been a sequel to it I found out about this book just a couple of months ago, and when I finally found it at my local library I knew I had to read it Even though I didn t remember much about the first one, I do remember that I liked it a lot and that I fell in love completely with the world and the characters, and this book made me love everything evenThis book was magical and dark at the same time Many people think that this is a middle grade book, but it s actually pretty intense and obscure most of the time The world building is simple and yet so original I loved the fact that the Mirrorwold was an actual reflection of our own, and that the author put actual critics to society and progress, behind the story But, despite the magic being submersed by innovation, in the Mirrorworld all the stories and the legends still seem to come to life, and they are built in shadows and smoke Reading the journey of Jacob and Fox through these lands was a trip through mysteries and myths and I couldn t stop reading, and feeling a bit torn between amazement and shivers I think that the athmosphere that the author tried to give this book was supposed to be like a fairytale, but of the dark kind There are all these creatures and this quest, and the great friendship and somethingbetween the two main characters, and at the same time there is some kind of evil lurking in the shadows and we can actually feel the race against time that Jacob is living I almost never felt so anxious about an ending, because, being this world so obscure, I really didn t know what to expect From the beginning, you just know that an happy ending isn t so obvious at all The characters were amazing as well Fox and Jacob are the kind of couple which is not actually a couple you want to readandabout The way they interact with each other, the absolute loyalty they have for the other, it s just beautiful, in a world were you never know who to trust and who wants to stab you in the back.Jacob wasn t the kind of hero we are used to see either He s some dark shadows in himself and he s far from perfect, but he s good, and he s a big heart And Fox is a great female character, and I love the fact that, even though they are in love with each other, this whole book didn t focus only on their feelings There s this attraction between the two of them, but it was really realistic the fact that there was so much going on, that there was no time to focus on love or on a possible relationship, but I also hope that we re going to seeof them in the next book, because they deserve each other, and they deserve to be happy and together I don t know when the third book will come out, but I m surely looking forward to it Until then, I will be missing this world, and its stories, and these beautiful characters I don t know why these books haven tfans, because they surely deserveaknoledgment Everything about this story is just so fascinating, and the writing style is so compelling, in my opinion I haven t read anything else by Cornelia Funke, but I m surely going to, after reading this one, because I feel like she could become one of my favorite authors