[Download] ✤ L'Inespérée Author Anne Plichota – E17streets4all.co.uk Hier kommt OksaNinja Kämpferin RetterinOksa Pollock ist nicht begeistert als ihre Eltern beschließen von Paris nach London zu ziehen Gut dass ihr Freund Gus und seine Familie mit von der Partie sind Hier kommt OksaNinja Kämpferin RetterinOksa Pollock ist nicht begeistert als ihre Eltern beschließen von Paris nach London zu ziehen Gut dass ihr Freund Gus und seine Familie mit von der Partie sind und sie gemeinsam in die neue Schule kommen So muss Oksa die Bosheiten des unsympathischen Klassenlehrers McGraw nicht allein aushalten Doch dann passieren merkwürdige Dinge – auf ihrer Handfläche lodert ein Feuerball sie kann frei schweben und um ihren Nabel bildet sich ein sternförmiges Mal Erst jetzt erfährt Oksa von ihrer wahren Herkunft und Bestimmung Sie ist die Unverhoffte die das verschwundene Land Edefia retten soll aus dem ihre Familie einst vertrieben wurde Doch auch Lehrer McGraw scheint eine Verbindung zu Edefia zu haben Der Auftaktband der Abenteuer von Oksa Pollock einer hinreißenden starken coolen und abenteuerlustigen Heldin.L'Inespérée

years old born in Dijon has lived in the Vendée Lyon Bordeaux Besançon After studying the Chinese language and culture she spent some time in Korea and worked in China She has had several jobs Chinese teacher nurse’s aide public letter writer currently librarianShe enjoys working; English and American literature; Gothic literature; listening to people and hearing about their stor.

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  • Paperback
  • 592 pages
  • L'Inespérée
  • Anne Plichota
  • German
  • 26 January 2015
  • 9783789145025

10 thoughts on “L'Inespérée

  1. says:

    There's a good story here but the clunky translation or it may be the writing itself? really gets in the way There's also an odd worldbuilding issue where the two leads are French students whose families move them to London and somehow language almost never comes up But like I said there's a good story there

  2. says:

    Possibly the worst book I have ever read To many exclamations forced and over the top The characters are impressed and surprised by the magical world than the reader ever is Characters come to rash conclusions with no hard evidence and the reader is simply supposed to swallow the plot or lack thereof Too many magical creatures and not enough story The nap inside the magic placenta was the final straw

  3. says:

    35Saying that Oska is the french Harry Potter is bad for him and for her Their backgrounds are completely different and they deserve to be distinguished like that For now and until I have the opportunity to do a better review on my bog I want to say that I liked this book It is juvenile than other fantasy books I´ve read lately but that´s sweet has a lot of adventures and we can join a group of friends discovering how the world is bigger than they thought

  4. says:

    I enjoyed this reread very much but I must say it is a lot juvenile than I remember it being Then again I did read it for the first time 5 years ago The world of Oksa Pollock is so immersive I love the magic system the politics of Edefia and all the plants and creatures The Lunatrixes are my personal favourites I also love the characters particularly Tugdual Gus Dragomira and Abakum

  5. says:

    I'm probably too old to truly enjoy this novel I found it naive boring and crying The characters are flat and unlikeable The conflict is a bit ridiculousIn truth I didn't finish it However I am marking it as read just because I did suffer through 50% of it

  6. says:

    Hi I bought this book to read 'cause there was an action where I could buy this book with 55% discount I decided t buy because sometimes I love to read stories for children Last books I've read were Ender's game and The Giver that are spectacular and very philosophical After having read these book I was fascinated by simplicity of the main plot of book OKSA POLLOCK The Last Hope The main character is selfish Enemies are not serious Magical powers are not so epic After reading series of books Harry Potter I had had a thought that authors of this book just read Harry Potter and retold main story For example Oksa has got a mark on her body it is a black stop on her belly as a starHarry also has one There is a Nontemporenta the pearl of longevity is a stone that has power to make longer life of its ownerIsn't it philosophical stone? And these strange guns that called Granok Shoters made from different trees as wand in Harry Potter series Book ends without surprise But I begun read teaser of a next part I begun such a like this heroine and all story

  7. says:

    While this started out feeling very much like another tired try at being the new Harry Potter I actually grew to like it and as the story developed Not amazing but a fun read for kids 1012 I could have done without all the cutesy creatures and odd sounding words for things but I guess that's okay considering the target audience Will give the second one a try as well

  8. says:

    Ok So This book IS NOT GOOD I'm well aware of that fact The writing is extremely sub par the characters are just kinda stupid and their reactions to what happens in the book are just unrealistic and weirdThe story itself is pretty tolerable to me but the rather horrible writing just ruined the whole thingI very rarely find myself disliking EVERY SINGLE character in a book I almost always find at least ONE character who I truly enjoy reading about This was not the case with this book Oksa the main character is dumb Gus the main character's best friend is stupid Pavel and Marie the main character's parents are annoying Tugdual the mainstream misunderstood emo teen is boring I think you see where I'm going with this They were all written rather poorly and I got the impression that basically all of them had incredibly one dimensional personalities Oksa is the uirky uote un uote bad ass main character Gus is the kinda dorky best friend with a thing for his female best friend he's basically a shittier low uality version of Simon from The Mortal Instruments Dragomira is the funny cool grandma who every kid is supposed to wantDon't even get me started on the villain An angry hateful teacher with a strange connection to the main character's past? Someone's read their Harry Potter Severus Snape anyone? Only here we get McGraw instead Gee thanks There are so many connections between this book and other BETTER books and I cannot fathom how they all went over my head when I was younger I could go on forever There is very little good about this book The only reason I'm even tolerating its existence is the nostalgic value it holds For some weird reason I really do find something uite charming about it I was about 7 when I read it the first time and I completely missed all the mistakes with it Not really the case anyI've only read it in English and I don't know if the book's any better in its original language Maybe the good things about it were lost in translation I don't know I just did not like it At all

  9. says:

    Interesting beginning of the Oksa Pollock Series but needs work Plot Same old same old Oksa is an ordinary teenager who recently moved from Paris to London with her parents Pavel and Marie and her grandmother Dragomira She was lucky because her best friend Gustave Bellanger also moved to London with his parents and now she doesn't have to feel alone and left out in a new city Friends are ready to face the challenges before them new school where everyone mysteriously speaks French and many new acuaintances The worst thing that happened to Oksa until that moment was her new school uniform which partly consisted of a skirt and her new awful mathematics teacher professor McGraw That is until one day she accidentally sets her doll on fire with a fireball shooting out of her hand And if that weren't enough she could also fly and move objects from a distance When a mark began to appear on her belly she decided it was time to tell her grandmother about this The eccentric Dragomira was shocked and delighted by the turn of events She gathered the family and her friends and all of them together told Oksa her origin They were all from a mysterious land called Edefia or at least their ancestors were Edefia is located on Earth but is hidden from the rest of the world and no one has managed to find his way back to it yet Until Oksa Because Oksa is the new ueen and together with her grandmother who also carries the mark they just might be able to find a way and save both lands from their dark future Review There is so much that bothers me in this book that I really don't know where to startEvery element in this book seems to belong to a different fantasy series Like it was all collected and made into Oksa Pollock I'm not saying it's plagiarism but it is close Or at least it isn't original Oksa is a young girl who hates dresses and skirts and loves her torn jeans and karate She was so forced to fit into this category where she doesn't fit with the rest of the kids her age that it didn't seem plausible at all Next is her family the Pollock family They were also made to fit into this eccentric category But there is really nothing different about them except for her grandmother and her many many and many different magical creatures They were perhaps too loving and optimistic they seemed like they were smoking pot on a regular basis but other that nothing different Now for the fun partOksa is ofc everything but ordinary because if she were so really dreadfully ordinary no one would wright about her She has powers supernatural powers Plural Everything from shooting fireballs flying telekinesis walking on walls mood weather changing super hearing and super speed to usage of magical weapons A bit much? Yeah definitely so TOO MUCH POWERS Until her thirteenth year she had nothing and now she is suddenly a superman batman hulk spider man and wonder woman combined You really should have chose one or two out of all those and the story would be much believable Her mark A star on her belly Harry Potter much?Her weapons special sticks made from special rare trees HP much? Not yet?Her arch enemy cold and calculating PROFESSOR McGraw who always bullies her in class has a stone which prolongs his life? PROFESSOR and A STONE? If that didn't convince you I don't know what willOh yeah and her special private school is an old monastery and looks a little bit magical and old and different Right OriginalThe thousand creatures uizSince Oksa finds out about her origin we are bombarded with information about the land Edelfia and her THOUSANDS OF DIFFERENT CREATURES With every turn of the page we are introduced with a new special creature and its impossible stupid look SOMETHING LIKE A POTATO WITH HAIR? Really? And it continues on and on and on Creatures and plants described in detail whereas I already wondered if perhaps I was reading a book on botany and zoology and if that will be on a test after I finish the bookToo much in a scarce few pages There is no slow introduction It's like a dictionary and now memorize But oh well it would be acceptable if not for Oksa's training Training that only consisted of showing how Oksa mastered everything as soon as she got the powers She knows everything and has super memory Everything she is once told she memorizes In school all A's She is the best in everything Including speed hearing Too much of everything Her best friend GusHe just drags along From the beginning He can't beat her in school in PE in karate he has no powers and when one girl starts to talk to him Oksa loses her mind When Gus points out how useless he is and repeatedly whines about it Oksa tells him that he is wrong and that ofc he matters because he is her BEST FRIEND and supports her Imagine that? All you'll be good at in life is being my best friend And that is all because she fancies someone else in a romance department All in all The story is TOO MUCH RUSHED DRAGGED IN A MEANINGLESS CONVERSATIONS AND MONOLOGUES The characters are forced to be so special that they feel fake Storyline isn't original but it is ENTERTAINING Oksa is a difficult character to like but once you get pass that exterior you'll see a kind girl who you might grew to like if she stops acting like a spoiled six year old Too much creatures and plants too much powers that she masters in a heart beat she is the best in her school and among her family She treats her best friend something on a line how Clary treats Simon in the Mortal Instruments he is supposed to be there but she isn't interested in him and he makes no difference in the overall storyIn the future I see a growing romance of Oksa towards Tugdual and Gustave's towards Oksa Even her blonde male friend whose name I forgot from school might interfere in that triangleThe adventures are amusing I liked it It made me feel like a teenager again With all those desires and hopes and silly behavior But once again whenever Oksa got into trouble she weaseled out of them with her powers Anti climatic The bad guy and his children were not mean enough Even though this is a young adult book the bad guy just didn't pose enough of a threat to be considered dangerous It needs workNearly 500 pages later despite all of its flaws I think it does deserve credit I will stay with the Series and Oksa's strange adventures

  10. says:

    3 stars fun but they didn't show but tellThe storyline a bit strange It didn't feel like they were actually progressing a lot after Oksa discovers some secrets And strange choices were made concerning priorities For example view spoiler Oksa has to stay behind in class with her evil teacher who wants to abduct her to clean up class supplies Instead of just leaving and risking detention she stays and gets attacked hide spoiler

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