Es el fin del mundo tal y como lo conocíamos Los mayores miedos de la humanidad han saltado de la ficción a la realidad. Wanderer es una. La huésped Autor, Stephenie Meyer El libro describe el predicamento de un «alma» cuando el cuerpo hospedado rehúsa a cooperar con su invasor. Available now at – ISBN: – Paperback – Punto de Lectura – – Book Condition: Good – Ships with Tracking Number!.

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We find out about her, but for me she was just confusing. And it’s made me half sad and half really fucking angry. And I was in love with Ian as strongly as if I was Wanda and he was actually real.

However, I held in my bias and decided to give it a try, besides after Sparkling Vampires how much worse can it possibly get?

El huésped / The Host (MTI)

You can read my latest review for this book herebut only if you’ve read the book, as it contains various spoilers. The ending was done in such an incredible way. Your taking over their planet! After all writers get better the more they write don’t they?

Initially, he is just the villain of the story, but once Sunny is brought in we see that, yeah, he is rash and selfish and arrogant and angry, but he can be gentle and kind. I can already hear the same complaints and criticisms as I’ve read regarding the other series, but I’m not sure what these people are expecting – highbrow literature? But who the fuck would want to live their life as an inter-connected sea weed? Melanie is strong enough to block those memories from her.


La huésped

That is, until Earth, where the hosts fight back. They seem shallow, unbelievable, and small variants on her same cookie cutter.

The novel ends neatly, with hope. Though I have had my name spelled wrong on pretty much everything my entire life long, I must admit that it makes it easier to Google myself now.

Myeer that I just skipped through the rest of the book within a couple of hours. I won’t re-read the others. This story is actually centered on romance and less on science fiction if it can even be put as sci fi, because we only meet aliens It’s not your body! View all 15 comments.

Videos About This Book. It takes a very long time for them to see that she has no intention of turning anyone in to the Seekers.

The Host (The Host, #1) by Stephenie Meyer

The Host will always It is worth it! Meyers is over-the-top descriptive where there is no need to be. View all 40 comments. It makes you question the problems in the world today and the emotions are so clear, you feel them right through the page.

Sep 05, James Trevino rated it really liked it. There are so many things wrong with this that I can not go into. It ended the way I wanted it to, which made me happy, but And there were holes in this parasite species theory that bothered me. They I really did enjoy this book.

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I have seen some books designated YA and it seemed to be only because one of the main characters is a teenagers. This book should be ashamed stepbenie call itself sci-fi. But she isn’t a quitter and she knows what she is doing.

As for Wanda herself how she changed from first juxtaposing her ingrained annihilation justification with her extreme pacifist views to sympathy for humans and eventually protective love for the planet. It read way too much like huedped Twilight series without a lot of complication.

Here they call themselves “souls”, while the rebel humans who have slipped through the net call them “parasites”.

It’s because they saw how humans were abusing their beautiful planet because we are so mean and violent so they came over here, took our bodies and made the world a better place.

Because there are some definite similarities here. The idea is so cool. Jun 15, Kristalia rated it it was amazing Shelves: I really did enjoy this book.