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Claudia Gray

Autor(a) de Evernight

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About the Author

Claudia Gray is the pseudonym of Amy Vincent. She is the author of the Evernight series, Spellcaster series, Firebird series, and several books in the Star Wars series. (Bowker Author Biography)

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Obras por Claudia Gray

Evernight (2009) 2,703 exemplares
Stargazer (2009) 1,667 exemplares
A Thousand Pieces of You (2014) 1,416 exemplares
Hourglass (2010) 1,113 exemplares
Lost Stars (2015) 1,041 exemplares
Bloodline (2016) 951 exemplares
Afterlife (2011) 753 exemplares
Defy the Stars (2017) 664 exemplares
Leia, Princess of Alderaan (2017) 661 exemplares
Master & Apprentice (2019) 546 exemplares
Ten Thousand Skies Above You (2015) 510 exemplares
Fateful (2011) 490 exemplares
A Million Worlds with You (2016) 478 exemplares
The Murder of Mr Wickham (2022) 460 exemplares
Spellcaster (2013) 350 exemplares
Balthazar (2012) 349 exemplares
Defy the Worlds (2018) 183 exemplares
Steadfast (2014) 177 exemplares
The Late Mrs Willoughby (2023) 141 exemplares
Sorceress (2015) 110 exemplares
Defy the Fates (2019) 92 exemplares
The Shadow Threat (2021) 43 exemplares
The First Midnight Spell (2013) 28 exemplares
Pitch Dark: Dark Days Sampler (2011) 17 exemplares
First Impressions 10 exemplares
Bloodshed 5 exemplares
Firebird. La trilogia (2017) 1 exemplar
Evernight - Tome 2 (2023) 1 exemplar
Evernight - Tome 1 (2023) 1 exemplar

Associated Works

Immortal: Love Stories With Bite (2008) — Contribuidor — 441 exemplares
Enthralled: Paranormal Diversions (2011) — Contribuidor — 340 exemplares
Vacations from Hell (2009) — Contribuidor — 312 exemplares
Grim (2014) — Contribuidor — 236 exemplares
Eternal: More Love Stories with Bite (2010) — Contribuidor — 97 exemplares
Star Wars: Lost Stars, Vol. 1 (2018) — Original Story — 72 exemplares
Star Wars: Lost Stars, Vol. 2 (2019) — Original Story — 43 exemplares
Star Wars: Lost Stars, Vol. 3 (2019) — Original Story — 38 exemplares


Conhecimento Comum

Nome legal
Vincent, Amy
Data de nascimento
Locais de residência
New York, New York, USA



Representation: Black, Asian and biracial (half Latina and half Pacific Islander) characters
Trigger warnings: Terrorism and pandemic mentioned, physical illness, hospitalisation and death of a child, sibling, parents and friend, grief and loss depiction, explosions, military violence and war themes, near-death experience
Score: Seven points out of ten.
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I wanted to read this for a while but I never got around to doing so until now. When I finally got the opportunity to read this novel I seized it, then I picked it up and read it. When I finished it, I enjoyed it but I can understand why others wouldn't. Romance readers would be disappointed. Sci-fi lovers wouldn't be.

It starts with the first character I see, Noemi Vidal, fighting for her planet Genesis in the rebellion against Earth. She meets a mech, Abel, in an abandoned ship while trying to save her friend, Esther.
Unfortunately for Noemi, Esther dies since the latter refused treatment, leaving only Noemi and Abel. To add salt to the wound, Noemi's planet needs help so she asks Abel to make a plan, and that is to get a device that can destroy the gate, stopping fighters from travelling there. So begins the long adventure Noemi and Abel take only to find one part. Defy the Stars shines in its immersion and captivating worldbuilding because I could never put it down, there's an explanation for everything and nothing is nonsensical. I enjoyed the character development also.

I could see the worlds when reading this and appreciated how they were distinct (e.g., Stronghold is a mining planet, Genesis is fairly new, Kismet is a tourist attraction, Cray is arid and Earth is Earth.) However, Defy the Stars is not without its flaws. The romance is barely there for a story the publisher marketed as one third romance. Yeah right. It's more like one percent. It rubs me the wrong way when authors make the cast diverse only to tick off boxes. Black? Check. Asian? Check. You get the idea. It's more superficial and tokenistic than anything significant. If all the people were white, it wouldn't make a difference. The conclusion is action-packed and finishes on a cliffhanger. I'll still get the second instalment, but I'll wait until I have time.
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Law_Books600 | 26 outras críticas | Feb 2, 2024 |
Book 2 in the SWCC!
I really enjoyed this book overall, it felt like at points the action suddenly stopped and because resolved off the page. I get that it's hard to show a battle or a flight sometimes, but I kinda wish some of them had been a little bit more descriptive. I love Obi-Wan so very much and it was cool getting to see him as a Padawan and how his opinion on things changed over time.
lindywilson | 19 outras críticas | Jan 3, 2024 |
Artistic Marguerite, who has spent her childhood surrounded by scientists, travels the multiverse with technology developed by her parents and their two (of course) handsome research assistants. The world-building is a bit fragile at times, but I loved the glimpse into each universe Gray created along with a romance angle that digs into fate, destiny, and ethics in tightly nested universes.
yourotherleft | 67 outras críticas | Dec 31, 2023 |
I really enjoyed this book. This was a def a book the suffered because i have not read all of jane austens work but i really loved the murder mystery element and loved the the two new main characgters i def liked the rep for the male and loved the regency elements. It was a fun read and i will def read more by this author!!
lmauro123 | 37 outras críticas | Dec 28, 2023 |



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