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Vertraut, aber kontrolliert von Ronald Reagon — Vertrauen Sprüche. Drei Dinge, die man nie brechen sollte: Versprechen, Vertrauen und das Herz von jemandem.
In Beziehungen geht es um Vertrauen. Wenn du Detektiv spielen musst, dann ist es Zeit, weiterzuziehen.
Sei vorsichtig, wem du vertraust. Wenn jemand mit dir über andere spricht, wird er sicherlich mit anderen über dich sprechen. Vertrauen ist eine zerbrechliche Sache.
Leicht zu brechen, leicht zu verlieren und eines der schwierigsten Dinge, die man je zurückbekommen hat.
Ohne Kommunikation gibt es keine Beziehung. Ohne Respekt gibt es keine Liebe. Ohne Vertrauen gibt es keinen Grund, weiterzumachen. Aus jedem guten Grund, warum man lügt, gibt es einen besseren Grund, die Wahrheit zu sagen.
Bo Bennett. Das Vertrauen der Unschuldigen ist das nützlichste Werkzeug des Lügners. Stephen King. Ich vertraue lieber dem Instinkt einer Frau als dem Grund eines Mannes.
Stanley Baldwin. Ich vertraue keinen Worten, ich vertraue Taten — Vertrauen Sprüche. Vertrauen ist das wertvollste Geschenk, das man machen kann.
Liebe das Schönste. Dwayne Johnson. Am Ende musst du entscheiden, ob du jemandem vertraust oder nicht. Sophie Kinsella.
Wir sind alle egoistisch und ich vertraue mir nicht mehr als andere mit einem guten Motiv. Lord Byron.
Jemanden zu lieben bedeutet, ihm die Kraft zu geben, sein Herz zu brechen, aber darauf zu vertrauen, dass er es nicht tut.
Julianne Moore. Den Menschen zu vertrauen ist ein Luxus, dem sich nur die Reichen hingeben können, die Armen können es sich nicht leisten.
Halte deine Versprechen und sei konsequent. Sei die Art von Person, der andere vertrauen können. Roy T. Es ist wichtig, den Menschen nicht zu sehr zu vertrauen.
Weise Männer vertrauen auf Ideen und nicht auf Umstände. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Traue niemandem, besonders den Menschen, die du bewunderst.
Das sind diejenigen, die dich die schlimmsten Schläge erleiden lassen werden. Du musst vertrauen und an die Menschen glauben, sonst wird das Leben unmöglich.
Anton Chekhov. Wir sehen immer unser schlimmstes Selbst. Unser verletzlichstes Selbst. Wir brauchen jemand anderen, der nah genug dran ist, um uns zu sagen, dass wir falsch liegen.
Jemand, dem wir vertrauen. Nicht jedem kann man vertrauen. Ich denke, wir alle müssen sehr selektiv sein, was die Menschen betrifft, denen wir vertrauen.
Shelley Long. Ich bin nicht verärgert, dass du mich angelogen hast, ich bin verärgert, dass ich von jetzt an Dir nicht mehr glauben kann.
Friedrich Nietzsche. Vertraue deinen eigenen Instinkten, gehe hinein, folge deinem Herzen. Von Anfang an. Mach weiter und setze dich für das ein, woran du glaubst.
Wie ich gelernt habe, ist das der Weg zum Glück. Lesley Ann Warren. Nichts ist so kostbar wie die Freiheit und nichts ist so wertvoll wie Vertrauen.
Vertraue deinen Instinkten und beurteile, was dein Herz dir sagt. Actual rating - 4. Withholding my half a star just because full 5 stars are for books of HP and HG proportion.
But this is a very well-done series IMO, and it really makes you think. Recommend to sci-fi peeps that enjoy very character-driven space stories.
By Amy Kathleen Ryan. When I received the book in the mail, I was quite excited to read it. For the cover itself had held me hostage; I found it captivating and entirely brilliantly designed.
So, obviously when I started the book it was as if I had skipped a good half of it and had a lot of trouble making sense of what was going on.
Spark Waverly and Kieran are finally reunited on the Empyrean. Kieran has By Amy Kathleen Ryan. With the balance of power precarious and the clock ticking, every decision counts… every step brings them closer to a new beginning, or a sudden end… The book is about two ships which are headed across the universe toward the New Earth it is after our present Earth becomes a desolate desert, practically incapable of sustaining life.
Two of our main characters, Seth and Max, are released from prison. Seth knows that they were set up for the sabotage aboard the ship.
When it is discovered that someone from the New Horizon may have stowed away, Waverly, our female protagonist, is accused of allowing the enemy on-board and Seth is accused of helping her.
Time passes and the Empyrean is no closer to rescuing the adults from the New Horizon. But terrorist attacks, murder, and distrust are now all over the place.
Waverly copes with mechanical problems on the machinery just to avoid the accusatory stares of the others who blame her for their parents being left behind when they escaped.
Talking about the characters, I think all the characters have been described deftly but after a while Seth became my favourite. Since everyone hates him, and he admits of doing cruel things, I have to assume that Kieran was the hero in the first book.
However, I still think Seth was the most level headed character in the whole book. And I really hope he is the hero in the next book.
He has no conscience, he is too controlling and takes stupid decisions. More than the safety of the people on the ship, he wants to safeguard his position as the Captain.
Apart from this, I have to hand it to the author that she has come up with an ingeniously creative plot, and the characters make for a fresh change.
They are not perfect, but so humanly flawed that you can empathize with them. Overall, I really liked the story line and the characters and the easy flow of the story.
The book is a real page turner and neither the story nor the characters are predictable, especially in the end. I highly recommend the book to YA lovers.
Originally reviewed at www. I listened to this on audiobook. There is a lot of emotions. Friendships lost and made.
Lives lost. Trust issues between friends and between enemies. I can not wait to start the next book. This book made me mad.
If you read the first book, you already know the premise of this story and where it left off with Kieran, Seth and Waverly.
You know why the New Horizon attacked, you know what they wanted with all the girls from the Empyrean nope, not a girl band or fashion advice and you know what lengths Waverly went to to escape and to rescue the adults who were kidnapped along with the all the other girls.
You also should know what happened on the Empyrean with the boys, while the gir This book made me mad. You also should know what happened on the Empyrean with the boys, while the girls were living through their enforced baby machine drama, which is good because I don't want to summarize all of that.
I have just one overwhelming feeling about this book and it is anger. I got so mad, gripping the pages, that I crumpled the paperback edges I have a soft cover Advance Reader copy instead of the hardback that you see in the store as I feverishly whipped through the chapters.
I'm not sure that I've ever gotten this ticked off over a book, I'd blame it on my monthly, but it's the wrong time, this story just pushed my buttons, all of them!
Here, in no real order of importance is what made me spark with rage: 1. Blame - There's a lot to go around and no one's immune, not least of all Waverly.
But the fact that so many of the kids on the Empryean blame her for not rescuing their parents is absurd and wrong, the girl got shot on her way back to the shuttle, one second later and she'd have died.
Disgusting graffiti pops up in the corridors as many of the kids lump Waverly in with everything else that goes wrong on the ship.
Arrgh, people being unjustly accused always rubs me the wrong way, but being blamed for not getting their parents out throws arms up in exasperation!
Kieren - He was a sweet golden boy in the first book, a real helpful eagle scout type but this time around he is super different.
There is still Kieran, hardworking and detail oriented, but he's arrogant enough to believe that his decisions are always best and that everyone should defer to him because he's fated to lead them.
With his weirdy religious cult following him around, it isn't surprising that in this vacuum of real evaluation, he believes he's being objective and just, especially when he starts to hate on Waverly and even has her arrested for daring to speak out against his decisions.
Seth - All the time in the brig has led to a lot of introspection. He can't go back in time to change things, but he knows he has to try to change his future, it's just that no one will give him a chance.
Worst of all, tragedy is looming and the one person who could help avert it will not listen to him, not even a tiny bit and he has some seriously important info.
So amidst his wallowing, there's a terrible sense of urgency, he has to succeed with this one thing or so many others will die.
Don't read past this point if you don't want to read spoilers. Jacob - the stowaway with the heart of a determined serial killer.
Once the saboteur is revealed, you'd think there'd be a denouement, 'Oh golly, Seth, I'm so sorry that I thought you were working with this creepy dude, lets start a bromance now.
Or my number one reason to get royally mad: Anne Mather. When Kieran flies over to the New Horizon to negotiate a peace and trade for release of the hostages with Mather, I hoped this might be the end of the violence.
Wow, so so wrong, because I forgot one inescapable detail about Mather; she's freaking evil! Moriarty and she has a plan that totally trumps the one that Waverly came up with to free the hostages.
The way she invites Kieran onto the ship, with music, a feast and applause, was hideously wrong and Kieran rightly recognized it for what it was, a ploy to keep him off balance.
She honestly seemed to think a cup of tea with a few cookies would smooth things out. I guess in the end that's what really burned me, Anne Mather and her henchmen seem to think that a 'oh, sorry about murdering your parents and nearly destroying the only home you've ever known, we good now?
I can't wait to read the next book, I have so many unanswered questions. I wonder if I'll be mad about it too.
It's hard for me to get my sci fi these days, so this series is one I'm really excited about. So I finally got my hands on Spark and was super happy to continue the story.
I wasn't expecting some of what happened in this book, and once again, Ryan leaves us on a cliffhanger at the end. Normally cliffhangers really upset me.
I don't like unresolved stories. Starting a story i Originally reviewed at www. Starting a story in medias res is fine, but finishing it like that is not in my books.
But this time, the cliffhanger ending didn't upset me because Ryan leaves the story at a breaking point so while I am on tether hooks for the next book, I'm not left with a huge feeling of things being left unresolved.
So what are these star trekkers doing in Spark you ask? Well, being kick ass for one thing. Growing for another. Waverly: I'm really surprised by this character.
She showed a great deal of strength and intelligence in the first book. She was hero! But I guess since she wasn't in crisis mode, some of that slipped away from her.
I found her more insecure in a way, which is understandable since everyone is blaming her for not being able to bring the parents back to the Empyrean, but some of her actions surprised me.
However, by the end she seems to back to her strong kick ass self and I'm hoping that she will continue to be a leader.
Kieran: Have I mentioned how much I hate this guy? I hate this guy. I really, really do. He's a horrible leader because he's more concerned with controlling his people than leading them.
It's obvious and understandable that he's very afraid, and not ready to be a leader, but I can't ignore the fact that he wants to ignore all of the laws that govern this community for his own selfish ends.
Seth: My true hero. Team Seth all the way! Now, what he does at the end of the book is beyond stupid, but it is what a leader does.
He's brave and I think he might save the day for everyone. Anne Mathor: I don't care what she says about not knowing about the stowaways, I don't trust her.
She seemed a lot more vulnerable in this book than before, but honestly, I think it's all a manipulation. Sarek: He's more of a secondary character, but I found him very compelling.
Kieran at least had the good sense to chose level headed, honest people to be his most trusted officers. Even exhausted and worried about his father, Sarek remains in control and does what needs to be done.
Arthur: Another secondary character I found compelling. And I'm glad he appears to be questioning Kieran as a leader.
I'm hoping he and Waverly will be the leaders of the kids on the New Horizon. Tobin: Again, a secondary character I found really compelling.
The fact that someone so young should assume the role of doctor without proper training or anything, and self teach himself is awing.
His dedication was inspiring. I hope to see more of his character. I have to say, I was a bit disappointed we didn't find out more about Captain Jones.
What we do find out is that Anne Mathor seems to at least to have been telling the truth about him being responsible for the people on the New Horizon not being able to have children of their own.
But then, considering that Waverly had never liked him, and that Seth seemed to think his father was in on something with the Captain, this isn't surprising.
I just suspect there's more going on than has been revealed yet, so I'm curious. The love triangle wasn't really built on at all, which didn't surprise me.
I was hoping we'd have a tad more romance, but while Waverly and Kieran decide that they can never get married thank God!
And telling her. I sense pursuit in the future ; Eagerly waiting for the next book! Later, that night, when she couldn't sleep, she understood what she felt was deep, irrevocable shame.
Seth had seen the whole thing. It gets old. So he kissed her. So we have two massive ships on their way to New Earth: the Empyrean where the main characters live and the New Horizon.
We also find out in the first chapter that there are no children on board the New Horizon there were fertility issues on the Empyrean for years, but they solved them, and now the oldest young adults on board are 15 and 16 years old.
Suddenly the New Horizon attacks and kidnaps all of the young girls on board, leaving all of the boys to run a damaged ship with most of the adults dead or gone.
Let me warn you, though, that they get fairly dark mostly the first one, in my opinion. Everything is a moral grey area. All of the characters are morally grey throughout all three books, villains and heroes alike, and I really appreciate how deeply fleshed out every single character is.
I felt myself constantly changing my opinion of the characters because every scene had me empathizing with different sides.
Very little action, but the intrigue was fascinating. It comes across like it wants to read as a great game of political strategy, but it felt a little forced and unreal to me.
Still, the trilogy as a whole was just so freaking well done and captivating. They feel just about but not quite perfect to me, and I highly, highly recommend them to pretty much everyone.
Cross-posted on Youth Book Review I'm just a bit confused because if I recall correctly I absolutely hated the first book.
Possible reasons why this might have changed: 1. Either the author completely changed her writing style, character development, plot structure, etc which I highly doubt 2.
Or I was having a severely bad day the day I finished Glow which if I remember correctly I did in fact brea 4. Or I was having a severely bad day the day I finished Glow which if I remember correctly I did in fact break my 2nd kindle the exact moment I finished reading.
Alas, I'm pretty sure it's the latter. I don't recall much from the first book and it didn't help that the sequel did not catch up the reader on what happened in the first book except that there was some sort of fertility issues on the spaceship and they ended up abducting the girls from the companion ship and stealing their eggs.
Besides that, zip, nada. I didn't remember anything else. In fact, I was so close to re-reading the first book but because I had rated it so low, I thought, why bother, I'm probably not gonna like this book either Back to this book, great!
All the characters were believable and man oh man, that ending. I was so excited when I saw that the next book would debut Summer only to find out the release date was moved to January Heres to half a year's wait for the next book We all know Seths the guy for Waverly.
And even though I know that she will choose someone next book seeing as they have to repopulate the new-Earth , I'm kind of hoping she stays single.
Waverly's character transitioned so much and I think she needs to learn about herself first and foremost. I do not recall her character as obstinate nor as someone who stands up for herself at least not in the beginning of book 1 and Waverly definitely goes through some majorly traumatizing events that alters her whole persona.
I'm rooting for this girl, as screwed up as she's getting. No longer a passive girlfriend? Kieran dumps her. Way to man up Kieran.
Kieran had me at my witts end. He kept doing everything wrong and for the wrong reason. I must find the intruder before Seth does or else they'll worship him and not me.
Hopefully he realizes that he needs to grow up, especially now that they are view spoiler [ stuck on the New Horizon with Anne Mathers as the leader hide spoiler ].
Good book. I might just re-read the first book because I'm seriously doubting the validity of my review on it I had to go back and look at my review of Glow because I remember being completely sucked into it, but I had it in my head as being a very weird read.
Once I read the review it seemed very much like the review I'll have for this one, only I think I was even more sucked into this second book than I was the first.
I have all sorts of mixed feelings about the characters, but that's actually a reason why I like it so much. These kids are thrown in this horrific situation and they go a little crazy.
They are scared and they are angry, and they don't really know what to do. All of them seem to make mistakes over and over again and I dislike them all at some time or another.
But like I said in my review of the first one, these are mostly good kids, they just have to deal with things they shouldn't have to, and make decisions that are extremely difficult.
Unfortunately it takes a bit for them to learn from their mistakes. In this book I'm pretty firm on which male character I like the best.
Of Seth and Kieran, anyway. I really feel we got a better feel for their real personalities. But the joy in this series is that you really never know how things will go in the future.
Perhaps I'll change my mind again. And this one had a good mix of Kieran, Waverly and Seth's point-of-view. I liked the mix, to see it from so many sides.
This was an easy book to fly through for the simple fact it was constant action and impossible to put down.
I had to know what was going to happen next! I also liked that this book gets the emotions going. Mostly anger and frustration, but also seeing how some of the side characters really stepped up and were awesome, they turned into real heroes while some completely became insane and kept making stupid choices.
I'm generally not a sci-fi gal love fantasy, but sci-fi, not so much but there are a few series that really pull me in, and this is definitely one.
It's different, and it has some weirdness mostly having to deal with religion, which I'm just not exactly sure what I think of but I like it.
And I like that feeling of really getting immersed in a world and characters. This book definitely did that for me.
The end was a bit of a cliffhanger, but it kind of seemed like a good spot to quit. Well, maybe I would have liked another chapter added on.
But as it was it worked good and I have to say that I am dying to get my hands on the next book! This is the second book of a trilogy called Sky Chasers.
First book Glow was very entertaining, and this second book is even better. But this second book cannot hold by itself. You need to read the first book to know what happened in order to understand the situation as it is presented.
This is a very well written book, telling us the continuation of the story of an expedition headed to the new earth in a far away galaxy.
Two spaceships New Horizon and Empyrean are traveling to this new world This is the second book of a trilogy called Sky Chasers. Two spaceships New Horizon and Empyrean are traveling to this new world.
One of them Empyrean solved the problem of procreation on space while the other New Horizon claims sabotage when receiving the information about this solution, that prevent their females to produce eggs.
This causes a major conflict between the two spaceships, ending up New Horizon kidnapping of all the girls from Empyrean to steal their eggs and implant them into the women of their ship.
The story here resumes when the girls manage to escape from New Horizon in a shuttle with the help of some of their crew, but have to leave behind some of their parents that are still alive and are prisoners in that ship.
When Waverly and the other girls return to the Empyrean, she found that only the boys survived the initial attack and there are no adults in the ship and everything is not as it used to be.
They make their plans to overrun the other ship and try to rescue their parents, but they soon realize there is an intruder from the New Horizon inside their ship and they need to deal with this new situation.
Also there is a proposal for a peace treaty from the New Horizon that increase their hopes of rescuing their parents.
Brilliant overall, you have all the ingredients to captivate the attention from the beginning and you really start cheering for your personal heroes.
You have the love triangle, you have traitors, heroes, greedy people etc, that guarantees the success of the story.
All characters are developed further in this second book, showing their good and dark sides. My only complain is that the third book of this trilogy will take a while to be published.
This is a page turner and a must have in the permanent library of any science-fiction lover. This book was published by St.
Martin's Griffin in July and Amazon. Opinions expressed here are my own. Before any one of you Sky Chasers die-hard fans say anything, let me say this first.
I hate, hate, hate the first book but I am willing to give this book a second chance. I keep an open mind, I do, but the end result?
Yes, it's obvious. Firstly, let me express my feelings towards Waverly, a. Not so much. Since many Before any one of you Sky Chasers die-hard fans say anything, let me say this first.
Since many of the YA novels nowadays keep on stressing on the importance of disloyalty. In case you miss it, I'm speaking with heavy sarcasm.
My vocabulary of colourful words fail me with the correct expression to describe Waverly but I'm going to give it a go anyway. She ruins two guys' life just like Bella Swan.
But worse still, she doesn't just stand there and let the two guys fight over her as if that is not bad enough. No, she has to prove herself worthy by deliberately sabotaging her boyfriend after breaking up with him and stir up a revolution which doesn't even have one good motto to fight for.
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