Το σώμα

Stephenie Meyer

  • Title: Το σώμα
  • Author: Stephenie Meyer Πηνελόπη Τριαδά
  • ISBN: 9789606665295
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Jenne

      Okay, so I was reading along, and thinking all, hey, this is pretty interesting! Not bad, Stephenie! And then I got to about page 80 or so, and OH MY GOD THERE IT IS AGAIN, THE HORRIBLE HORRIBLE SAPPINESS OH MY EYES MY EYESI just can't do it. CAN'T DO IT AGAIN! Not the older man, and the younger woman, and the 5-page discussion of why they can't have sex yet because NO DEAR YOU'RE JUST NOT READY EVEN THOUGH YOU REALLY WANT IT BECAUSE LOOK, YOU'RE A GIRL AND YOU CAN'T POSSIBLY MAKE YOUR OWN DECIS [...]

    2. Britt

      I originally had not planned on even reading this book because the Twilight series instills much rage within my soul, but I was in a dry spell for reading, so I decided to give it a try. I have to say I really enjoyed it much more than the Twilight series. I have seen a lot of people complain about how slow the beginning was, but I didn’t really notice. It sucked me in pretty quickly. It was very clearly a Stephenie Meyer book, though, which did lead to certain amounts of anger and eyes rollin [...]

    3. Nataliya

      I must be a masochist. Why else would I pick this book up in the first place, let alone finish it? And it was so NOT worth it. To sum up my impressions of this story - WAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!! WHYYYYYYY??? * * This refers to the pointless waste of an entire tropical forest on the printing of this 600+ pager in which NOTHING happens. I kid you not. **** Well, what else did I expect from a woman who created sparkly virgin vampires??? Hanging my head in shame. ****** In my defense, here is the quote from [...]

    4. Holly (2 Kids and Tired)

      It's no secret that I did not jump on the Twilight bandwagon. I put my name on the hold list at the library for The Host, however, because I wanted to see if Stephenie Meyer had improved in her storytelling. I'm happy to say, "Yes, she did. To a point."I would like someone tell me what her fascination is with sappy, overly dramatic dialogue, 17-year old girls and over-protective older men who carry them while running? Because there are some definite similarities here.I find it interesting that t [...]

    5. Ariana

      “It’s not the face, but the expressions on it.It’s not the voice, but what you say.It’s not how you look in that body, but the thing you do with it.You are beautiful.”I give this book 5 stars because is just such an amazing book. I really, really love it!At first sight it looks like it's a book about aliens, but in reality it's about the human kind and it's questioning how much humanity remains in us all. It's a book about survival, about love (so many types of love: loving yourself, l [...]

    6. Sella Malin

      GAH!!!!AAAAGGH!!!SODTODSHT!!AHAAHOSHDTO!!!!!DSODHTOHDTOHTOSDHTSHHHHHHTHIDSDOIOSHDTOIH!!!Those are more accurate phrases, more fitting descriptions of my reaction at the end of this book. Unfortunately, those cannot be precisely translated into the English language.Holy Crap. HOLY CRAP!! I can't even process my thoughts to write a review for this. This book was so stunning, so amazing, so crazy good that I can't even describe it. XD I'm extremely impressed of Stephenie Meyer. This beats Twilight [...]

    7. Annalisa

      I wanted to like this book more than I did--to see that Stephenie Meyer can pick a topic not meant for shallow teenage girls and write on a deeper level--but I think this book is more of the same, sans the vampire excitement. I liked the idea: an alien soul inhibiting the host body of a girl who doesn't want to relinquish her control and the conflicts that arise, particularly in romance. There are some interesting topics, like what defines humanity and are we living worthy enough for the planet [...]

    8. Jessica Edwards

      When it comes to reading books that has a film made about it, I tend to watch the film first and then read the book. The Host is probably one of my favorite films, I absolutely love Max Irons, I think he's gorgeous, and while I was watching the film, I also couldn't help but admire the actor who played Ian. I'm a huge fan of Stephenie Meyer, she's one of the authors that made me want to start writing, but I couldn't possibly be as skilled of a writer than she is. She's incredible!I loved the Twi [...]

    9. Shannon (Giraffe Days)

      Aimed at the adult science fiction crowd, as opposed to the Young Adult Twilight fanbase, The Host isn't about science or where the human race is headed, but about what it means to be human, here and now.Earth has been quietly, non-aggressively conquered by a kind, pacifist species unable to lie or deceive, who go by different names on different planets in different languages. Here they call themselves "souls", while the rebel humans who have slipped through the net call them "parasites". They a [...]

    10. Railee

      Talk about an emotional roller coaster!!!! This book was very difficult to rate. If someone were to ask me, "Was it good?" I'd have to think for a long time and then say, "No. Well yes, sorta. No It was ok." But if someone were to ask me if I'd enjoyed it, I'd instantly reply, "Yes!" Would I read it again? Probably not. Was it exciting? On occasion. Was in interesting? Very much so, in my opinion. Was it weird? YES! Were the characters well-developed? After the first half of the book, yes, I su [...]

    11. Khurram

      I really did enjoy this book. It is narrated in the same style at the Twilight book in the first person. The things that make this book really good are the internal dialogue between the main characters Melanie and Wanda. I am told that this did not work too well in the movie, but as a book it makes great interesting reading.The story an alien invasion has happen we the humans have lost or have we? The Aliens call themselves Souls; they think it is the closest translation from our language. They [...]

    12. Lissa

      “Did you have a good bath?” he says as I come out after only an hour.“No,” I say, recognising that my tone is petulant.“Why not?” he asks in surprise, as the answer is usually the opposite.“I hate the book. Nothing is happening. Nothing has happened. And the aliens who invaded still make junk food. This doesn’t make sense. They don’t earn money or pay for anything, but they still make junk food. An alien invader who could read the mind of its host would learn to only make food [...]

    13. Tatiana

      I just can't comprehend why so many people are rating this book 5 stars. Seriously, why? I understand we are in love with Twilight, but it's not a good enough reason to support this mediocrity. I was extremely disappointed by Breaking Dawn, but decided not to be a hater and give SM another chance. So I opened The Host. I have to say, I have never had to put this much effort into reading a book in my life. If I didn't know who SM was, I wouldn't even bother to read after page 10, it was that bori [...]

    14. Matthew

      Not a bad sci-fi story. A little like the Twilight series - some of the formula poured over into here. I feel like the creativity level was a lot higher as Meyer was working with an alien species of her own creation and not necessarily the myths and legends of the vampires and werewolves.My only issue is that it seemed to drag on a bit at times. This was only compounded by its length. This is one of those books that I think could have benefited with a trimming.I think this book was advertised as [...]

    15. Kris

      I am having so much trouble reading this book, and who am I to judge? I am just a lowly reader and spender, not a publisher. But there is just something about the writing in this book that is making the voices in my head scream. I had the same experience when I read "Twilight." Ms. Meyers is over-the-top descriptive where there is no need to be. If I had to count how many times she wrote, "I winced." or, "I flinched." or, "I sighed." or, "Ian sighed." I bet it would be in the hundreds. She has a [...]

    16. Saniya

      OKAY. I TAKE ALL THAT BACK. IAN WAS EPIC. I LOVE LOVE LOVE JAKE ABEL. OMG. THE MOVIE WAS SO EPIC! I CRIED LIKE THREE TO FOUR TIMES. I CAN'T EVEN- *Breath, Saniya, breath.* *Sighh.*Okay. This movie was freaking awesome and I just want to hug somebody right now. :'3I am so sorry Jake baby. You were awesome in it. I misjudged you. Now I will love you forever. *Creepy fan-girl smile*Did You Know?1)Dianna Agron auditioned for the role of Melanie Stryder. 2)Shiloh Fernandez, Liam Hemsworth, Kit Haring [...]

    17. Kristalia

      Final rating: 5/5 starsI cannot describe how much i love this book. Even though it was long, i still loved every page of it. I never read Stephanie Meyer before, but i love this book. She really is a good writer. The only downside that i had was that i watched the movie first - therefore i knew what was going to happen. But book was so much better, with more informations about Souls, and better characterization. And, one important thing: you will either love or hate this book.One thing also that [...]

    18. Miranda Reads

      I just adore this book. I've read it once every 2-3 years and enjoyed it every time. This was no exception. Body and soul. Two different thingsWanderer is a parasite. Her people are parasites. For millions of years, they traveled to new planets, colonized the species and lived out lives in their hosts' bodies. It's about the experience and the journey. When Wanderer (the soul) arrives to Earth, she is placed in an adult female host. What she doesn't know, is that the host is still very much ther [...]

    19. Lina

      Unfortunately, the thing that drives me to write today is the poorly written book known as The Host, by none other than Stephenie "Sparkling Vampires" Meyer.  Now, I went into this book with lukewarm expectations. Many people have said that The Host is actually better written than The Twilight "Saga", which isn't really saying much if you really look at it. However, I held in my bias and decided to give it a try, besides after Sparkling Vampires how much worse can it possibly get? Good Lord I w [...]

    20. Ahmad Sharabiani

      The Host, Stephenie Meyer تاریخ نخستین خوانش: پنج ماه دسامبر سال 2010 میلادیعنوان: میزبان؛ نویسنده: استفنی مه یر؛ مترجم: شهناز کمیلی زاده؛ کرج در دانش بهمن؛ 1388؛ در 769 ص؛ شابک: 9789641741039؛ چاپ دوم 1388؛ موضوع: داستانهای نویسندگان امریکایی - قرن 21 م یک پرسش جسم من، خانه ی من اسب من، سگ ِ تازی من آنگاه [...]

    21. Sarah

      I still l♡ve this one ☺ Wanda is so self-sacrificing, and the way everybody hates her and grows to love her is inspiring ☺Totally prefer the book to the movie though ☺

    22. Sh3lly ☽ Guardian of Beautiful Squids and Lonely Moons ☽

      It finally ended. OMG LONGEST BOOK EVER.This could have been an incredible book. The premise is AMAZING. Advanced aliens who call themselves “souls” conquer Earth by implanting themselves into their human hosts and taking over their bodies. Yeah, it’s a “body snatcher” theme. The alien who calls herself Wanderer has lived nine different lives on nine different planets as nine different sentient species… Awesome sci-fi stuff.I really wanted to like this. Duh, Twilight and all.But just [...]

    23. James Trevino

      Full disclosure: I was not a big Twilight fan. I read all the books, I found them ok and compared to many YA titles coming out nowadays, they were actually decently written.*But The Host is on a whole other level. It is a freaking GOOD book! Good characters, great plot, nice world building ladaladalada. *Sorry for being short today, but I am kind of on the run. Either way, what I wanted to say is that even if you disliked Twilight, don't give up on The Host. It is worth it!

    24. Karin

      Wanderer has just arrived on Earth and been implanted into her new host. She has lived on seven worlds before coming here. She is arriving toward the end of the alien invasion when very few humans remain. The aliens are known as “souls” and are a peace loving type that don’t know of violence or lying.Very few humans remain on Earth. When the remaining humans are discovered, they are captured by Seekers - the closest thing to a police force the “souls” have. Once captured, they are prep [...]

    25. Chloe

      I have to say I was not expecting this book to be as good as it was!Even though the first 150 pages or so are slightly slow the rest of the book is fast paced and becomes a very interesting read.Would defiantly recommend this book to anyone who is even slightly interested in it!

    26. UniquelyMoi ~ BlithelyBookish

      Edited after seeing the movie:I went with my daughters to see the movie adaptation of The Host this evening, and was reminded of how much I loved this book. That said, it's as it was with the Twilight books-to-movie adaptation and the movies didn't do the books justice, and neither did it for The Host, which is one of my favorite stories. My point is, please don't let the movie scare you off. If you go see it and find the story compelling but the acting not so much, please pick up the book and r [...]

    27. Hristina

      First read: May 26th through June 8th 2013Second read: March 2016 (didn't keep track)Third read: July 9th through July 15th 2016I gotta say, Ian O'Shea is still too adorable.

    28. Andrea

      Mrs. Meyers and I can no longer be tortured friends. Maybe someday I can finish this poor excuse for a novel, but I'm going to relieve myself of the misery for now. The premise was fine, but the dysfunctional psychological processes of every single character has me truly sick. Not to mention that Melanie Stryder, (i mean, Bella Swan) is essentially the same pathetic female character that we've seen in the Twilight series. I'm done. I have been mystified by this writer because so very many people [...]

    29. Lucía

      Voy a conservar la calificación original por nostalgia, pero sí noté ciertas cosas en esta ultima releída:- El estilo de escritura no es tan bueno como recordaba lol- Le pudieron haber cortado unas 100 a 200 paginas sin ningún problema- El romance es casi instalove (pero aún así amo las parejitas <3)Aun así puedo decir que es de mis favs de Stephenie Meyer y lo seguiré amando hasta la eternidad <333.

    30. Beatrice Masaluñga

      So much potential in this book. I don't understand why Stephenie Meyer isn't continuing the sequels and it's been 8 years since this was published. I love Twilight Saga but this is better and I'm not kidding. I have watched the movie first without any idea of the story and I really enjoyed it but my reading experience was incredible. "Souls" are parasitic like aliens invading the humans on Earth making them as their host. These souls lived for thousands of years and have taken over many living t [...]

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