Bleeding Violet by Dia Reeves – Hanna simply wants to be loved. With a head plagued by hallucinations, a medicine cabinet full of pills, and a closet stuffed. Book Review: Bleeding Violet by Dia Reeves. Posted on January 28, Title: Bleeding Violet. Author: Dia Reeves. Genre: YA/ UF. Publisher: Simon Pulse. In Reeves’s dark and stylish first novel, year-old Hanna arrives in the Texas town of Portero seeking Rosalee, the mother she’s never known.
Bleeding Violet by Dia Reeves is a very strange book indeed. See all reviews. I was biracial and bicultural.
Bleeding Violet by Dia Reeves
I skimmed through it and what I saw had me shaking my head. Ach und seltsamer ist es in Portero auch, viel seltsamer. Enabled Amazon Best Sellers Rank: View all 13 comments.
Something happened in every chapter so reevves were definitely no dull moments, which was great. It’s all in the name of love for Hannah.
It is all about the casual weirdness. Yes, this book is strange, it’s dark, and that makes it lovely. Dec 21, Haley Willis rated it it was amazing Shelves: Nov 21, Miss Bookiverse rated it really liked it Recommends it for: In the middle of the night. They greet one another and the neighbor, Miss Holly, asked Rosalee if that was her daughter with her, to which she replied yes.
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How had I gotten so close? A crazy badass in heels and a bloody, violet dress. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Poppa had warned me what to expect if I tried.
rweves Hanna herself is strange, as you’ve probably bleedinng, but it’s hard not to love her and feel for her! It was interesting because of Hanna’s personality, her past, and, in ways, her future.
But although Portero is indeed an incredible setting and the situations that happen in this novel are really surreal, to me more than that surrealism, more than anything else what leaps from dix pages are how REAL the characters are. I was really disappointed in this book. I couldn’t feel the protagnist’s pain and I could hardly bring myself to feel any sympathy to her. Hanna ends up on her mother, Rosalee’s doorstep and has this fantasy that she will be welcomed with open arms.
Hanna becomes fixated on Wyatt, who wears green because he’s Mortmaine; one who hunts the evil creatures causing mayhem in town. You can go through a door and end up on the other side of town or on the other side of the world, or on a different world altogether. Skip to main content.
With hidden doors that open to other worlds the Latin word for door: I suggest, if your bleesing like me, read this one during daylight hours guys! Wyatt, had his own issues with authority and with heritage. Stone-cold stubbornness is all there is to it.
It is dark, gory, sensual, and violent. It dips in and out at times, and used more for shock effect than being intrinsic to the plot.
The character’s personality didn’t win me over either. The book isn’t afraid to get dark and it was refreshing. On the romance side of things, how refreshing and realistic to see a couple starting off as any couple, dating and then having sex because it is good and natural sharing a connection and laughter without having to promise to be together- forever- and- ever- amen- because-they-belong-together.
Unfortunately, the execution of that idea left a lot to be desired. Taking this off my list for good. Even though this books goes on and on just shy of pages, which is way too long!
Our lips turned down at the corners and made us look spoiled. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. I’m not into sequels or novels that continue with the same character from one book to the next, which is why I really appreciate that Ms.
While dealing with mental illness, Hanna has to prove herself in a town filled with magic, spirits and monsters. The book suffers from the “plot?
The characters in this novel were amazing, as well as the description.