Dadi scarlatti

Dadi scarlatti

Christopher Pike Angela Ragusa / Aug 22, 2019

Dadi scarlatti Da cinquemila anni Alisa percorre le vie della Terra occultando abilmente le proprie tracce perch Alisa un vampiro temibile e potentissimo Ma un potente membro del governo ha scoperto il segreto di A

  • Title: Dadi scarlatti
  • Author: Christopher Pike Angela Ragusa
  • ISBN: 9788804416326
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Paperback
  • Da cinquemila anni Alisa percorre le vie della Terra occultando abilmente le proprie tracce perch Alisa un vampiro, temibile e potentissimo Ma un potente membro del governo ha scoperto il segreto di Alisa e del suo compagno Joel, e vuole il loro sangue per studiarlo, per duplicarlo Inizia cos una spietata caccia all uomo, e solo ricorrendo a tutte le astuzie appreseDa cinquemila anni Alisa percorre le vie della Terra occultando abilmente le proprie tracce perch Alisa un vampiro, temibile e potentissimo Ma un potente membro del governo ha scoperto il segreto di Alisa e del suo compagno Joel, e vuole il loro sangue per studiarlo, per duplicarlo Inizia cos una spietata caccia all uomo, e solo ricorrendo a tutte le astuzie apprese nel corso dei secoli Alisa riesce a sfuggire ai suoi inseguitori Purtroppo Joel viene catturato e trasportato in una base supersegreta nei pressi di Las Vegas Ora Alisa deve liberarlo a ogni costo, prima che lgi scienziati riescano a clonare il loro particolare codice genetico e trasformino l intero genere umano in una razza di vampiri.

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      • Christopher Pike Angela Ragusa

        Christopher Pike is the pseudonym of Kevin McFadden He is a bestselling author of young adult and children s fiction who specializes in the thriller genre.Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name McFadden was born in New York but grew up in California where he stills lives in today A college drop out, he did factory work, painted houses and programmed computers before becoming a recognized author Initially unsuccessful when he set out to write science fiction and adult mystery, it was not until his work caught the attention of an editor who suggested he write a teen thriller that he became a hit The result was Slumber Party 1985 , a book about a group of teenagers who run into bizarre and violent events during a ski weekend After that he wrote Weekend and Chain Letter All three books went on to become bestsellers.


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    1. Είχα διαβάσει το πρώτο βιβλίο της σειράς "Δίψα" στα 15 μου και το μίσησα. Την εποχή που δέσποζε το 'λυκόφως' στο -ο Θεός να το κάνει λογοτεχνικό- είδος του φανταστικού,ένα βιβλίο με αδίστακτους βρικόλακες που οι κυνόδοντές τους στη σάρκα σου δεν ήταν σα χάδι τουλίπας,έμοιαζε χά [...]


    2. Η τριλογια Διψα ηταν το ιδιο συναρπαστικη απο το πρωτο βιβλιο μεχρι και το τριτο. Σασπενς, δραση κ το κυριοτερο απρόβλεπτα γυρίσματα απο την αρχη μέχρι κ το τελος. Ο συγγραφεας δεν λυποταν να κατσαδιασει, βασανισει ακομα κ να σκοτωσει τους κυριους ηρωες, κατι που με αφηνε απν [...]


    3. Είναι από τις λίγες φορές που δεν χρειάζεται να περιμένω 'αιώνες' προκειμένου να διαβάσω την συνέχεια μια ιστορίας. Ευτυχώς ο Πατάκης, φρόντισε η σειρά "Δίψα" να κυκλοφορήσει τα τρία πρώτα της βιβλία με διαφορά ενός μόλις μήνα, γεγονός που ως αναγνώστη, κάνει την ζωή μου πιο ε [...]



    4. Apparently I didn't have this in my reading journal! But the copy I'm reading is from my 20-year-old saved box of Pike books. So first read is estimated as 1995. Second read = January 2013.


    5. Once again another cliffhanger is answered. Sita has yet again taken on another dangerous adventure and this time it is with the FBI and police rather than vampires. Joel is taken captive and experimented on as the government is interested in vampires. The first few pages of the book didn’t really do a good job in drawing me in, but I wanted to continue the series so I advanced a few more pages in. Within the 40th page, I was drawn in. When I was completely drawn in, it took me two hours or so [...]


    6. The first book of the first volume of this series really had me intrigued. I really liked the overall plot and the themes of the story. I loved the idea of reincarnation, and having God's grace. It was interesting to see the characters battle with the world and at the same time try not to compromise their beliefs and principles. It was action packed, full of surprises, and I loved the main character. She was a very powerful woman, and I mean that in the sense of her will. She never gave up, and [...]


    7. The body count had to have hit at least 20 within the first chapter. That's always a set-up for a win if I've ever read one. Pike doesn't pull any punches. If people need to die, then they're going to die. And do they die.Alisa is still Alisa: a five thousand year old vampire just trying to survive and stay in her god's good graces while she's at it. The thing is, all of these human interactions are starting to wear on her and it shows. First Ray and then Joel. It's no surprise that as the serie [...]


    8. 3/12/10 - 3/16/10: I re-read this via Thirst No. 1: The Last Vampire, Black Blood, Red Dice. Sita has escaped L.A. with her new partner and new vampire Joel in tow. She leaves behind a wake of devastation, jumping across buildings, gunning down FBI agents, stealing a helicopter. After she crashes the helicopter into a lake to try to escape the military aircraft chasing her and Joel, Joel is captured and taken to a secret military compound. Sita fears that the scientists there will try to use his [...]


    9. I have finished the 3rd book in Thirst No1 (Last Vampire Series) Red Dice by Christopher Pike. I have one word WOW! I loved it from start to finish, Sita a 5,000 year old kick butt vampire has to rescue her recently turned vampire lover Joel from a top secret base in Las Vegas. She risks her life to make sure that her promise to Krishna is not broken. Even though she has broke the promise already by making Joel a vampire. Sita was not to make anymore vampires, but the government has other plans. [...]


    10. The Last Vampire #3: Red Dice, by Christopher PikeAt the start of this book, Sita wakes up next to Joel, an F.B.I. agent she was forced to change to save his life. In doing so, she broke the vow she made to Krishna more than five thousand years ago, and she wonders if doing so has damned her. The action starts off just a little too fast in "Red Dice." In the previous book, "Black Blood," Sita had been on the track of a psychotic vampire who left a bloodbath in the streets of Los Angeles. His act [...]


    11. Crazy demon hand is back! This time throwing a pair of evil red dice (you know it's evil because there's a skull on one of them. With RED eyes.), mwhahahahaha. Our 5,000 year old vampire hero is also back, this time in deep trouble because the second vampire she's recently made, Joel, is being held captive in a secret military complex (after a building-jumping and helicopter-flying explosive chase through L.A.). Dang, Alisa/Sita, stop making vampires--it never goes well when you do. Plus Krishna [...]


    12. ΠΕΡΙΕΧΕΙ ΣΠΟΙΛΕΡΣΤο πρώτο βιβλίο ήταν χαζό και είχε πολλά προβλήματα, αλλά ήταν λίγο αστείο (κυρίως λόγω της γελοιότητας).Το δεύτερο βιβλίο ήταν λίγο χειρότερο, και λίγο πιο βαρετό, αλλά όχι εντελώς απαίσιο. Το τρίτο βιβλίο όμως ήταν χάλια από όλες τις απόψεις. Πέρα από την έ [...]


    13. I read the first two books in The Last Vampire series earlier this year and had planned to read the rest, but other books distracted me and I’ve only just got around to it. Red Dice picks up exactly where Black Blood finished with Alisa turning Joel into a vampire to save his life. From there we are plunged straight into an explosive escape as the LA police attempt to capture the two of them. When Joel is caught, Alisa has to search her past for the clues in how to free him from the government [...]


    14. One of the good things about Pike’s The Last Vampire Series is a brief introduction in the beginning. This was how The Last Vampire 3: Red Dice started.FBI Special Agent Joel Drake did his duty and his files on Eddie Fender must have triggered off the police to come to Eddie’s place. Alisa has her share of that fact too, after scaring off officers from the previous book, the police thinks they have something monstrous inside the house. The place was surrounded but Alisa is convinced of burni [...]


    15. I had a couple issues with this book, but overall I thought it was an alright read. - There are countless little disclaimers all over the book and that drives me insane! For example ( pg. 9) "They are separated from us by what I know is bulletproof glass. It also acts as soundproofing. I can break it with my finger." -- "I swim for the shore where Joel is being held, but a mile to the left, away from him and the damn. I am a better swimmer than most dolphins and reach land in a few minutes." Thr [...]


    16. Sita/Alisa and her male partner are vampires; but the FBI is on their trail, seeking their blood in order to study and duplicate it. One is captured, and it's up to the survivor to keep the FBI from learning their secret and turning the world into vampires.She attempts to keep her DNA from the hands of someone who would test it and use the results to gain immortality. Indeed she runs into an old "friend" who's involved in the series is more ways than you can imagine. Unfortunately, the reader do [...]


    17. Well I'm starting to get a little put off by this series. Again another new character I began to like was killed off. Why. again I can't help but feel frustrated by Sita and what's going on with her life. The story makes it seem like the tragedies she's experienced have been few and far between, considering she's lived for centuries, yet book after book she's lost those she's began to love. How is it that she's survived this long without knowing that those from her past are still alive. How is i [...]


    18. So I'm re- reading this whole series and I got to wondering why this is called The 'Last' Vampire. Technically, Alisa/Sita is never the last one, I would say she thinks she is but events make it pretty clear that there is always another vampire around (sometimes a vampire made by herself even). Just saying.So we have Alisa/Sita taking on the government in this book, so you know you can expect things to go boom and pain and dying. Good things imo. The not so good things would be the ending. Can y [...]


    19. The action is good, the story is good, the ending is good.Everything is good but, with a little more care, it would have been better. The whole "The Last Vampire" Saga is like this: good, but could have been better, which is a thing that really disappoints me, because C. Pike is an excellent writer, he has brilliant ideas and he has incredible writing skills but I always have, while reading his books, the feeling that he just didn't care enough to put maximum effort into his writing.It's like ev [...]


    20. OK, young adult vampire books are really not my thing, but this series is so entertaining to me. Sita is so kick ass, and I really like the author's writing along with Sita's history thrown in to show why/how she thinks and acts in modern time. I did think this book was extremely violent, but I still enjoyed it since I tend to expect violence from vampires. I'm learning that I don't enjoy or want a sensitive and romantic vampire.Red Dice was a very fast read for me and so full of action with Sit [...]


    21. So far I don't really like it. If there wasn't so much killing of innocent lives it would be ok, but the story starts with Sita killing like 20-30 police officers. How am I supposed to feel sorry for or like Sita if she is a ruthless murderer? If she has to shoot someone fine but killing unnecessarily is just not very entertaining. Its one thing to kill a bunch of bad guys but not the good guys too! The first two books were better, I liked her friend Seymour and haven't seen much of him lately. [...]


    22. Warning: Language, Adult Themes, Violence**Warning: This book is very Gore with much killing, gun fire and over abundance of blood.The story line continued with ‘Sita’ and Joel. Yes she changed him into a vampire – against his will.He was as bad as Ray with his annoying self. Every time Sita was to escape – there Joel is with hands in air surrendering.I honestly was thinking I wouldn’t read on to the next book – but I did andnow I will have to read it. lolThe end to this book sorta s [...]


    23. Red Dice starts off the evening following the end of Book 2, with Sita and Agent Joel Drake seized by dozens of armed forces trying to take them to some compound in the Nevada desert. We get to see Sita's powers, old and new, in an intense action-packed attempt to escape. Unfortunately Joel is seized and taken to the compound, where she must infiltrate to rescue him, not just to save his life but for the safety of mankind.I love the action and the horror of Sita's rescue, and the development of [...]


    24. (violence, violence, though no overt sex or language) So the story is that I loved these books in high school (I had to check the copyright dates to assert that, yes, it was indeed high school that I read these - I hadn't really abandoned all teen lit to the sci-fi section and homoerotic bildungsromans) and found volumes 2-5 for a quarter apiece at the Brown Elephant, the A-ville thrift store. They are as adventure packed as I remembered, although ridiculously implausible and filled with deus ex [...]


    25. Who doesn't like a "someone wants to experiment with supernatural blood" story? Add to that we have to rescue one of the characters from said experiments and you get another action-packed story from the Thirst series. Once again your drawn into Alisa's world with great story telling and great characters that you already know.I will say this, however, they need to stop making vampires in this story because it never ends well. Such as the helicopter involved chase scene through L.A. NOT helping he [...]


    26. Why does Sita continue to throw away the other vampires she makes? I think Pike should start sticking with these characters instead of writing them out in increasingly unbelievable ways. It would have been more interesting to see Sita deal with the mess she had created instead of blowing it up with (yet another) bomb. I like that each of these books have had a flashback subplot in history -- I would almost be more interested in the historical stories of Sita over the main plots, which are set in [...]


    27. This book is insane from the very beginning where Sita is jumping across rooftops to when a nuclear bomb explodes at the end. Even the epilogue is epic because it leaves you thinking who is at the door. I must say this book was definitely better then the two books. What made this book better was the new found power Sita receives. I recommend this book to horror readers because there is a lot of bloodshed.


    28. This part of the extraordinary series ends tragically, leaving a hope of a new beginning. Sita meets an enemy from her past, who managed to live for almost seven hundred years. The whole book is full of characters those met a tragic end. Sita's recalling of her past was beautiful, and of course gory. As in the previous parts, this book also contains the spiritualism that guides Sita. Overall it was a awesome.


    29. It seems Alisa always has another foe to contend with. This book is no different. I especially enjoy the sections of her past, her very beginning, the spiritual side. I like Pike's take on the afterlife, reincarnation, forgiveness, etc. I'm not sure what you want to call Alisa's life and her vow to Krishna that has been broken will she ever find out if she still has his grace? I am completing my collection of books in this series so I can find out!!


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