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Firebird: La Caccia (Firebird #1)

3.92  ·  Rating details ·  37,940 Ratings  ·  6,394 Reviews
Marguerite Caine è cresciuta respirando intorno a sé le teorie scientifiche più all'avanguardia. I suoi genitori, infatti, sono due famosi scienziati che sono riusciti a realizzare la macchina più stupefacente di tutti i tempi: il Firebird. Si tratta di un congegno che permette di viaggiare in dimensioni parallele, basandosi sulla teoria che esistono infiniti universi, che ...more
Hardcover, 332 pages
Published September 8th 2015 by Harlequin Mondadori (first published November 4th 2014)
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Hailey (HaileyinBookland)

This is an interesting one to review. This is a case of this book just not being for me. It's very classic Twilight era style YA, featuring a love triangle and basically every other YA trope you can think of, including the male characters protecting the female character always *major eye roll*. That's the kind of stuff that I'm just no into anymore. Younger me would have swooned over this story, but now that I'm more of a mature reader, it doesn't appeal to me. It was too predictable, insta-
Jennifer Armentrout
Absolutely stunning. Absolutely unique. Ahhhhh,
Oct 11, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Technically I was the fool in this case. Here’s a tip for all you out there: read the blurb in depth because your cause of complaint may actually have no merit.

I happily allowed myself to be deceived. Do you or do you not see that brilliantly crafted cover. I’m going to go ahead and make a grand exclamation: that may just be the most beauteous cover of 2014. Watercolours, reflections and Russia (which I love, setting wise)—it’s everything Jess could ever ask for. And that blurb. We’re promised
Feb 16, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Buddy read with the lovely May!

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ / 5 stars
Lead Male Character: ★ ★ ★ ★ / 5 stars (Theo) ★ ★ ★ ★ / 5 stars (Paul)
Lead Female Character: ★ ★ ★ ★ / 5 stars
Plotline: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ / 5 stars
Genre: Dystopian, futuristic, action, adventure, and romance
Will I recommend this book to others?: YES!
Will I reread this book?: YES!
Overall story summed up in one word: Perfection!

This book was brilliant. Absolutely brilliant.

Honestly, there are no words for how beautiful and perfect this book is
Tess Burton
**Minor Spoilers**

I've pulled up my ranty-pants, I'm fuelled by rage and coffee, let's kick this review off with a summary of my reading experience, shall we?

To my great displeasure, reading this book was like chewing on a lump of black mould just to check it ain't caviar.

I mean, what the ever-loving bejesus was that?

It was not supposed to be like this. You don't understand; I was excited. I've had my eye on this for months. This was supposed to be epic, I honestly had no doubts. With the premis

(Note: I swear I'm an intelligent reviewer most times.)
Isa Cantos (Crónicas de una Merodeadora)
Yo pensé que no iba a leer otro libro este año que me hiciera dudar tanto de ciertos personajes como lo hizo Red Queen de Victoria Aveyard, ¡pero así da gusto meterse en las historias! Eso de no saber en quién confiar y evaluar con cada página que pasas las lealtades de los personajes es tan agotador como increíble. Gracias, Claudia Gray, por hacer de mi cabeza un lío que tiene nombres propios.

Bien, pues Mil Lugares Donde Encontrarte nos presenta primero a una familia relativamente normal (?) e
may ❀

Alternative titles for this masterpiece:

- A Thousand Pieces of My Shattered Heart
- A Thousand Reasons to Love Paul Markov
- A Thousand Moments of Pain and Happiness


This book was bloody brilliant!! Claudia Gray has spun a gorgeous tale that is dazzling, intense, and so fricken enjoyable to read!

This book has it all; dimension travel, a lesson in physics, heart-stalling plot twists, family values, and a precious love interest that has stolen my heart. And I mean look at that cover, it’s
Nov 22, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Sometimes, all you can do is cry happy tears. I mean, look at that cover, it is incredible. All I wanted was for the story between the pages to be just as good, to live up not only to the awesome cover design but to the hype. And man, did it deliver.


I think A Thousand Pieces of You is definitely my favorite Claudia Gray book. It kind of reminds me of All Our Yesterdays and Dissonance. It is an intricate story that keeps you on your toes. Since the beginning of the story me and my friend Lexie we
May 17, 2014 marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Is it woefully wrong to say that I want to read this because of that absolutely gorgeous cover?
Helen 2.0
"You are not my Marguerite. And yet, you are. This essential thing you share - your soul - that is what I love.
I would love you in any shape, in any world, with any past. Never doubt that."

A Thousand Pieces of You is a book with a 5-star premise, unfortunately laden with a few core issues that drag down my rating. Marguerite is the daughter of two genius physicists inventing a machine that allows consciousness to jump through parallel universes. Meg's father is killed for his research, so
Cait • A Page with a View
SO MUCH LOVE FOR THIS BOOK. I thought it was going to be a YA science fiction story in futuristic London, but then it turned into a Russian historical romance that morphed into some post-apocolyptic revenge story on an oceanic research station? I don't even know how to explain it, but I loved it and need to go shove it at everyone I see.

Marguerite goes jumping through multiple universes to chase the guy she thinks killed her father. A whole lot of stuff happens and she falls in love with her alt
Forgive me father for I've DNF-ed.

When I set my gaze upon her she looked so innocent and promised me stories of mystery, intrigue and traveling through parallel universes and I, young and naive, took her in my embrace. Once she had me, she started showing her true nature.Foul temptress tried to lure me into her sinful ways of love triangle and teen romance.

I tried to stay strong.I tired to give her another chance to repent and denounce her wicked ways but as time went by I felt like I had no ch
Shreya (☆High Lady of The Night Court☆)
This book is one of the fastest paced book I have ever read. Usually, an author will take chapter or 2 to introduce the background of the story but this book just immediately starts off at the plot, but it also doesn't confuse you. I really liked the world Claudia Gray built and the 'Firebird' concept was very well written. The inter-dimensional travel is a very crucial element of the plot and is focused on heavily, which is fascinating.

Marguerite's parents are physicists who have successfully
Simona Bartolotta

"Eventually you'll get used to the pain. You'll forget who you were without it; you'll forget what you looked like without your scars.”

I premit that I am perfectly aware of the scientific and logical nonsense present in this book, some of which I consider unforgivable. But this story had me hooked, it thrilled and excited me, it's well-written, compelling, wonderfully crafted, and I enjoyed it more than not. And, ultimately, that's always what matters the most. To
Bentley ★
That's it. I'm starting a campaign to end love triangles as a staple of the Young Adult genre. Or I'd like to anyway, but you know, I've got a lot of books to read.

I'll admit it, I'm kind of scared to review this one because so many of my friends LOVED this, but I was let down...

Those of you who have followed me for any length of time know that one of my biggest pet peeves are love triangles. I get why authors feel the need to include them. Romance adds a bit of sizzle to the middle of a book w
Aug 10, 2017 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-in-2017
Every form of art is another way of seeing the world. Another perspective, another window. And science –that’s the most spectacular window of all. You can see the entire universe from there.

Marguerite Caine is known to be the daughter of the famous achievers who built a invention together called the Firebird, a creation that allows one to jump into different dimensions, different universes, different worlds. Her father, Henry Caine, was an English man who was the only one to believe Sophia,
Brittney ~ Reverie and Ink
(Full review update..)

Here's a nice little spoiler free full review of my FEELS. Because that's all I can talk about without giving anything away.

The entire plot its nuts. If you, a smart reader like myself (eh, or what I tell myself that I am...) -you probably will think you can guess simply based on the description/back of the book summary that Paul Markov who is accused of killing Marguerite's father is an innocent guy and this book is all about her realizing he's innocent and blah blah bla
Apr 17, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition

"Every form of art is another way of seeing the world."

Let me just cut right to the chase: I didn't like this book.
When I first read the plot and saw the stunning cover, I thought this was going to be awesome and badass but in the end this book left me really disappointed. The whole plot with the time travel and different dimensions could have been really interesting, but the author didn't use it to their full potential in my opinion. So much more could've happened but this b
3.25 stars


The cover...
Aug 02, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites
Aaaaaand another review that's almost 2 weeks late.



I've been wanting to read this book for so, so long! I admit I only originally added it because of the cov
Aug 26, 2014 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition

Don't get me wrong, I've read a couple of Claudia Gray's books and enjoyed them, but what the fuck is this?

Marguerite's parents are geniuses who built a device called the Firebird, that allows people to travel to parallel universes. But then her father is murdered and their assistant Paul is the only suspect. But wait, he also stole the Firebirds! So Meg joins her BFF Theo (who also works with her parents, how convenient) in a quest for revenge.

Don't get too excited though, it's less:

or maybe

Tiff at Mostly YA Lit
Holy cow, A Thousand Pieces of You was a serious ride.

What works so well in this book is that author Claudia Gray sets up the very complex world building, then spins philosophy, art, mystery and romance around it. There are so many threads here to think about, and the story deftly switches between them. Except for a bit of confusion and clunkiness I felt at the beginning with all the exposition (this book really does start in media res), the story flowed smoothly, with a ton of twists and turns.
Oct 06, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
WrensReads Review:

Okay, okay. Am I the only one who gets really freaked out when books DON’T end in a cliff hanger? Like I know there are other books after this series but this book ended on a more than mildly happy note. So I feel like… super calm and just want to know what is going to electrocute me / drown me / tear me apart in the books to come.

That’s probably just my anxiety talking.

So this very artsy girl (Marguerite) has two super brainiac parents who invent this gadget that can take you
C.G. Drews
Well, HMMM. I have definite mixed feelings about this book. I adored the premise and the writing...but the characters? I would've been totally okay if they became atomic soup. I'M SORRY! I just didn't connect or care about any of them. So while the story itself kept me hooked, I really had zlich emotional investment. And the goopy happy ending just cemented my Vulcan indifference. Although I do love the cover. I could eat the cover because it is so beautiful.

I'd never read a dimension travel boo
Danielle (The Blonde Likes Books)
Not gonna lie, A Thousand Pieces of You was a book I added to my TBR list solely for it’s cover. I didn’t even read the description of the book before I added it because the cover it so gorgeous! I mean really, just look at it! It might be one of my favorite covers ever – I’m kind of obsessed with it. That said, I’m SO glad I decided to read it because I looooved the book!

Marguerite grew up with physicists for parents, so she’s no stranger to experiments and gadgets strewn about her house. Her p
Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)



5th for Booktubeathon 2017 DOWN!

Some 3 books are just meh I didn't like it, but this is one where there are things I intensely liked and things that I just as intensely disliked.
The whole concept of this book was fascinating but when we finally started getting into the plot? Was so boring. Nothing was moving or happening and it felt like it just switched to a historical fiction book instead of a sci-fi. There were also lots of tropes including one of my least favorite ones, and it was VERY pred
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Claudia Gray is not my real name. I didn't choose a pseudonym because my real name is unpleasant (it isn't), because I'd always dreamed of calling myself this (I haven't) or even because I'm hiding from the remnants of that international diamond-smuggling cartel I smashed in 2003 (Interpol has taken care of them). In short, I took a pseudonym for no real reason whatsoever. Sometimes this is actual ...more
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“I meant it when I said I didn’t believe in love at first sight. It takes time to really, truly fall for someone. Yet I believe in a moment. A moment when you glimpse the truth within someone, and they glimpse the truth within you. In that moment, you don’t belong to yourself any longer, not completely. Part of you belongs to him; part of him belongs to you. After that, you can’t take it back, no matter how much you want to, no matter how hard you try.” 332 likes
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