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Obsesie (Wicked Lovely #2)

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3.67 of 5 stars 3.67  ·  rating details  ·  44,682 ratings  ·  2,609 reviews
Departe de ochii muritorilor, într-o lume de umbre şi primejdii, are loc o aprigă luptă pentru putere. După secole de stabilitate, echilibrul dintre Curţile zânelor a dispărut şi Irial, stăpânitorul Curţii Întunecate se luptă să-şi ţină unite zânele rebele şi devenite recent foarte vulnerabile. Dacă nu va reuşi, vor urma vărsări de sânge şi multă brutalitate. La 17 ani, Le ...more
Hardcover, Romanian Edition, 352 pages
Published November 19th 2010 by RAO (first published 2008)
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Bethany Awesome! No spoilers or anything but if you have read the first one this one is just AS GOOD. Some arent a fan of this one or any of them for that but…moreAwesome! No spoilers or anything but if you have read the first one this one is just AS GOOD. Some arent a fan of this one or any of them for that but I feel like it is a good mix of the real world and the world of fantasy. I don't know if that was the answer you were looking for but that what I have to say. :)(less)

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Tatiana
Dec 06, 2009 Tatiana rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: those who love tattoos, fairies, and confusing writing
Recommended to Tatiana by: Heather
Shelves: 2009, ya, romancelandia
So, I gave Marr another try. I didn't like "Wicked Lovely" that much, but was told "Ink Exchange" was better. In some ways, it was.

For one, Leslie as a protagonist is more interesting than Aislinn. There is definitely more depth to her and although I don't get that whole idea of a tattoo being able to free you of your troubles, to liberate you, make you stronger, Marr makes Leslie relatively easy to understand. Again, there are interesting ideas about faery lore that I would like to know more ab
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kari
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Angie
Wicked Lovely, Melissa Marr's first novel, was on my Best of 2007 list and I've been very excited about the sequel, Ink Exchange. The storyline follows Aislinn's friend Leslie. Leslie is surrounded by a fog of secrets and unable to break through the fog because of something that happened to her while Aislinn was caught up in her own set of the tumultuous events in Wicked Lovely. The gulf between the two girls only grows wider as they find themselves unable to talk about how they have each bee ...more
Ardis
I didn't like the first one, Wicked Lovely, so I don't know why I read the second one, other than I wanted to give the author a second chance...
The teen librarian where I work told me that the teens are eating these books up, but I can only figure that the appeal is the fact that teenagers are being picked to be fairy queens; I don't get it.
These books are badly written, the world the characters inhabit is undeveloped, and the author spends too much time on the build up only to leave us with hur
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Lyndz
3 & stars

I wanted to give the prequel to this book Wicked Lovely 3 & stars but I opted for 4 stars in the end because of the cute little excerpts that Marr included at the start of the chapters about fae folklore. I found them charming. Unfortunately those little quotes were not included in Ink Exchange. I thought that omitting these took from the atmosphere of the book. Should something like that had been included, I would have easily given this one 4 stars as well.

I wanted to like th
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Crystal Starr Light
Bullet Review:

In some ways better than "Wicked Lovely", in some ways worse. Leslie is a way cooler character than Aislinn, and I like her struggles AND the choice she makes at the end. On the other hand, super-emo Faerie boy Niall made me laugh at how emo he was while Irial makes feminist me rage. I'm also not happy how violence and possession are mistaken for romantic intentions.

2.5 stars graciously rounded to 3 (mostly because of Leslie and her final choice). While this is an OK series, it's d
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Karin
Welcome back to the world first created by Melissa Marr for Wicked Lovely. A world where faeries exist and roam among humans without their knowledge. In this companion novel to Wicked Lovely, we get to know Leslie, one of Ash’s best friends. Since Ash and Keenan defeated the Winter Queen and gained power, peace has reigned between the Summer and Winter Courts. Ash doesn’t go anywhere without guards and her closest friends are guarded too.
Leslie has had a rough home life ever since her mother le
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Cecelia
This book surprised me (and not in a good way). Perhaps because I didn't feel as many dark undertones in the first book, Wicked Lovely, I expected this work to be an entertaining, dark-ish, YA fantasy with themes of finding love, belonging, dealing with authority/power, etc. What I encountered was a disturbing novel which addresses themes of extreme violence, questionable ethics, addiction and domestic abuse in a very surface/shallow way. I made myself push through to the end, even when I realiz ...more
Jen
Most definitely one of my surprise favorite 2010 reads so far. It was more of a 4.5 or a 4.75, but due to the characterization, I'm willing to overlook the slight drag in the middle.
I will admit that I was reluctant to read this one. I am a huge fan of Wicked Lovely and will not lie when I say that I put effort into holding off on Ink Exchange. I walked past my bookshelf everyday, made eye-to-spine contact, grunted and scurried away. The idea of alternate characters did not sit well with me, esp
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Anna
In her essay "The Collapsible Woman", Vanessa Veselka talks about how society expects all victims of rape to break and collapse. She argues that we don't know how to deal with survivors rather than victims. But clearly Marr knows how. Like the previous book in this series, the human characters are so real, full of all the strengths and weakness that make up real teenage women. This book is particularly compelling because it deals with darker issues like rape and addiction in a real way. Marr mak ...more
Maria Snyder
I enjoyed this book and was glad to be back into the world created by Melissa Marr. The only thing I found frustrating was the ending. The story is told in multiple point of views and it jumps between three people, but the main protag is Leslie. For the climax of this book, Leslie has to make a hard choice and when she does, the readers aren't in her POV, but another's so it happens off screen and we're told about it. After all the things that happened to her, I felt cheated in not being able to ...more
Kristi
Ink Exchange is the companion novel to Wicked Lovely, which basically means that it is not the sequel to Wicked Lovely, but is still set in the same world and has many of the same characters as Wicked Lovely.

Personally, I like Ink Exchange better than I did Wicked Lovely. To be fair, WL was one of the first fae novels that I’d read, along with the Holly Black series, so I was just getting to know about the glamours and the sight and all that fae lingo.

Ink Exchange is definitely the darker nove
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Callista
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Tandy
To finish or not to finish? I'm having a hard time deciding if I want to truly finish this book. I maybe have 100 pages left and I have no desire to finish. I don't care what happens.

As I'm reading this book, it gives me the feeling of what I guess it would feel like to be on drugs. The ups and downs, the darkness, the hopelessness. This book is dark and leaves me with sad ugly feelings.
Laura
Mar 21, 2008 Laura rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: people who like young adult noves, paranormal romance, or anything with faeries
I found this book to be much more adult than "Wicked Lovely". Melissa scores a homerun with this book and completely recommend teens and adults to read it.

Melissa has a wonderful voice and a great sense of the faery world. I applaud her.
Arlene
Ink Exchange, by Melissa Marr, is the second book in the series Wicked Lovely. I love, love, love the faerie world Marr has created. Her attention to detail in how she creates her characters and the various faerie courts is magnificent.

Leslie is a seventeen year old girl who is struggling with the events of her recent past. She attempts to claim herself back by having a tattoo inked on her back. She sees this as a tangible symbol of change… change she desperately needs. What she does not know i
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Heather
I enjoyed Wicked Lovely, but was hesitant about begining another incompleted series. Regardless, I gave Ink Exchange a try and I am so glad that I did.
I loved this story. My heart broke for all of the characters, especially Irial. He was so well written, that you find yourself falling in love with him despite the fact that his actions are at times, truly evil. I was touched by his humanity so to speak, as well as his selflessness towards Niall and Leslie. Leslie is an especially heartbreaking c
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Elizabeth
Sep 05, 2008 Elizabeth rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: fans of Tithe
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Krystle
Ink Exchange is the sequel to Wicked Lovely. I wasn’t expecting this book to be from the pov of another character but that doesn’t matter, I wasn’t attached to Aislinn in the least.

If I have to say something about this book, it’s that the two prominent male leads were vibrant and quite tasty, making this a much more enjoyable experience. The chapters were easier to zip through but while this book improved in areas from Wicked Lovely there were still glaring problems.

Melissa Marr’s prose is qui
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Faith
This book was very disapointing. I started it because Wicked Lovely was okay, so i decided to get the second book. Usually, i can figure out if i like an author or not based on their second book.

And i just found it really...boring. Aislyn, who i'd liked, was barely in it, and it was just leslie and some new characters. It didn't seem like there was a storyline to me. I would be reading it and go, " Hey, these words sound familiar." Turns out, i was continually reading the same page over and ove
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Invisible to humans, a world of fairies coexists with ours, a world in which shadows and light, summer and winter must be carefully balanced to avoid war and chaos.

Now, after centuries of searching, the Summer King has found his Queen and made peace with the Winter Queen, upsetting the precarious balance. Without war to feed on, the feys of the Dark Court are fading. To save them and still avoid resorting to open violence, the Dark King must bind himself to a human girl and steal her emotions h
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Mishma
Wicked Lovely wasn't a book I loved.Despite having it in my wishlist for months,and getting so excited when I read it finally,it disappointed me so much.I even gave up the book after a few pages.So when I stumbled upon it's sequel,I have no idea why I bought it.

Well,maybe I knew.It's the cover which did the magic.I mean,who says no to that cover?It seduced me in first glance.

So it's fair to say that I was pleasantly surprised to find this book enjoyable.Unlike Aislinn who bored me so much in Wic
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Steph Su
Ever since her mother left, Leslie’s had a hard life. Her father is perpetually drunk and useless, and her addict brother Ren actually sells her to dealers he owes. All Leslie wants is a normal life, free from the fear and the pain that constantly plague her. She enters a tattoo shop run by the talented Rabbit one day and is attracted to a dangerously beautiful tattoo that she just has to have, so strong is its pull.

What Leslie doesn’t know is that the tattoo is the mark of Irial, king of the Da
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Kat
First review got deleted. Grrrrr.....

Basic plot: Leslie seeks to reclaim herself after some very bad experiences, but risks losing everything to the dark fey.

This book is a sort of sequel to Wicked Lovely. Aislynn, Keenan, & Seth are on the fringes of this story, but the focus is on one of Aislynn's mortal friends, Leslie. At first I was looking forward to seeing other characters in the same world, but Leslie wasn't much of a personality to pull a reader in. She had a full back story, which
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Jess
This is probably more of a companion than a sequel to Wicked Lovely, and one of the more entertaining aspects was seeing the characters from WL from a new perspective. This story is a bit darker in tone - Leslie has a bad family situation and was recently raped (although this is more referred to than described), and she is almost unwillingly drawn to darker things. While this might make her a less likable narrator to some readers, it gave some depth to the story that was lacking in Wicked Lovely ...more
Terri ♥ (aka Mrs. Christian Grey)
Quick review:

Cover: Nice!
Rating: R
Thumbs Up: 3.5
Overall: A waste of time
Characters: Good
Plot: There is something strange going on and I can’t put my finger on it.
Page Turner: at times
Series Cont.? Maybe
Recommend: Not sure yet
Book Boyfriend: Niall

SUMMARY (50 words or less)
Where I loved the first book, I could have not read this book at all. Unfortunately, it doesn’t further the series in any way that I can see based on the ending. What little we did learn that may have been of some use co
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Cathy
Beautiful, haunted, extremely teen angsty (is that a word?), with another very abrupt resolution. Frankly, I'm just too old to properly appreciate this series. But I'm glad to know what all of the fuss is about and am enjoying them for they are. If you like dark fairie tales with lots of shadows and gray areas, give these a try. I do like quite a lot that nothing is black and white in this world, a good lesson for teens. I stick with my advisory that these books are not for young teens and proba ...more
Henri Neto
Sabe aquela máxima, "o problema não é você... sou eu"? Então, basicamente, este foi o meu sentimento com relação a "Tinta Perigosa" - o segundo volume da série "Wicked Lovely", da Melissa Marr. Este não foi o meu primeiro contato com a autora (muito pelo contrário, é o terceiro já!), eu já estava habituado ao universo criado para a série, e mesmo sendo uma continuação "companion book", vários personagens do primeiro livro retornam (e não só isto, tem participações constantes na história). Entret ...more
Nicole
Argh, I just can't do it! I'm sure this story has merit, but I can't remember the first book and this one is just designed to confuse. I feel like Melissa Marr expects me to go into her book with a degree in fae breeds (for want of a better word) There has been about 50 name drops without explanation, which is not only annoying, but makes me feel like an idiot (which I don't need to be reminded of thanks!)
Freadom Booktube (Sara)
Actual rating 4.5

Critically
Plot - 4.5 out of 5 stars
Slow in pace. Incredibly dark, twice as dark as the first book. A lot of different POV's. Full of intrigue, magic, really tough subjects are discussed and an unusual ending.
Writing Style - 4 out of 5 stars
Deliberate, detailed, and dark. Really sultry and mysterious. It helps to keep you guessing as to the plot. The whole time it feels like there's something lurking right around the corner.
Characters - 4 out of 5 stars
Overall, the characters
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5 stars= If I love you, I'll buy you a copy from this list of books. (Pls note, if you are my family or dearest friends, feel free to remind me to do so. I am lousy w remembering birthdays/holidays.)

4 stars= Don't even ask to borrow it. You should prob buy it though.

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2 or 1 star= I don't use these. If it's not a 3 star or
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