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Path of Thieves (English Edition) Kindle版
- ASIN : B0739JZ7YS
- 発売日 : 2017/6/25
- 言語 : 英語
- ファイルサイズ : 5546 KB
- Text-to-Speech（テキスト読み上げ機能） : 有効
- X-Ray : 有効にされていません
- Word Wise : 有効
- 本の長さ : 333ページ
Cugs is a sweetheart, unfortunately his start in life has not been kind and he finds himself in situations he wishes he could avoid due to family obligations, this leads to his meeting Nadine in a rather unconventional start to a relationship! He is a good kid who has dreams for a better life but cannot imagine how they could ever work out. Nadine is a strong minded girl who helps him to believe that things could be different.
Cugs' family dynamic, and its history is shown through flashback and kicks you right in the feels, he deserves so much more!
I will definitely be looking up more by this author!
I met Cugs in Dodging Trains which also was my first book I read by Dee. In Path of Thieves Cugs is the main POV and the reader follows this seventeen year old guy with flashbacks to when and how he came to live with his father at seven years old.
It's definitely not easy for Cugs cause his father involves him in his criminal ways. Robbing other people's homes. One night he meets the amazing and wonderful Nadine.
Cugs and Nadine have history since they met when he was seven years old. That history they share only makes their bond and connection stronger. Something I could easily feel and also enjoyed about their relationship.
What I loved about Path of Thieves was the characters. Yes, it's an YA romance but that wasn't something that reflected on Cugs, Nadine, Bear or Liza. They were mature and there wasn't any over the top drama between them or the story in general. The relationship between Cugs and Nadine was fabulous because it felt authentic in how they approached it and how they nurtured it. Nadine was a constant support for Cugs. His light.
This was Cugs' story and journey.
His struggles against his father, figuring out his future and his relationship with his sister Paislee and their mother was portrayed in an honest and at times in gritty ways but it only made it more intense and relatable.
Path of Thieves is Sunniva Dee's first attempt at YA and after finishing it, I can easily say that it shouldn't be her last.
Path of Thieves is another Sunniva-winner. She makes a beautiful first jump into the Young Adult category with Cugs' story. His problems are hard and real and, from his view, insurmountable. He is surrounded by friends who support him and love him unconditionally, and a family that leaves him conflicted about their love. Somehow, somehow, he finds his path.
I highly recommend Path of Thieves. Read on!
This is an unconventional yet, remarkable story. It’s multilayered and completely character driven. This is their story. This is Cugs’ journey. One that keeps the pages turning as the truth comes to light. Secrets unravel as Cugs navigates his complicated and unbelievable life. The connection between Cugs and Nadine is palpable and authentic. They come from opposite backgrounds, but both feel deeply, love fiercely, regardless of the circumstances they face. The author paints these characters in colors of impressive and inspiring strength.
Despite being YA, this story still had its Sunniva Dee feel. Her writing, poetic. Her characters magnetic. And the lyrical prose of this book simply mesmerizes the reader with the power in the words. Written with astonishing honesty that only this author can do, this is definitely a must read for those who love YA. This book speaks volumes. The author eloquently speaks through her characters and their story. There’s a vulnerability that is captured in YA that draws in readers, and the author achieved this as she effortlessly secures herself as an accomplished and skilled YA writer with this book. Written without apology, the characters unguarded and open, Path Of Thieves was a thought provoking and candid read about a boy and his unforgettable journey in finding his way.