Les Fiancés de l'Hiver

Les Fiancés de l'Hiver

Sous son écharpe élimée et ses lunettes de myope, Ophélie cache des dons singuliers : elle peut lire le passé des objets et traverser les miroirs. Elle vit paisiblement sur l'Arche d'Anima quand on la fiance à Thorn, du puissant clan des Dragons. La jeune fille doit quitter sa famille et le suivre à la Citacielle, capitale flottante du Pôle. À quelle fin a-t-elle été choisie ? Pourquoi doit-elle dissimuler sa véritable identité ? Sans le savoir, Ophélie devient le jouet d'un complot mortel.

Une héroïne inoubliable, un univers riche et foisonnant, une intrigue implacable. Découvrez le premier livre d'une grande saga fantastique et le talent d'un nouvel auteur à l'imaginaire saisissant.

Title:Les Fiancés de l'Hiver
Edition Language:French
ISBN:9782070653768
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    Les Fiancés de l'Hiver Reviews

  • Emily (Books with Emily Fox)

    (2.5?) That was... something. I have very conflicted thoughts about this book. The world building was interesting and so was the magic system but I had lots of issues with the book. For a matriarchal ...

  • Alienor ? French Frowner ?

    EDIT : a quick foreword because I'm t i r e d, and look at me! I'm writing in bold font, what a monster *shivers*1) I've never attacked the author. My review is solely focused on the book and the book...

  • Kylie D

    A novel that takes place in a world so similar, yet different, to our own. God has gotten angry and smashed the world into little pieces. It sees Ophelia travel to a distant ark, as these fragments of...

  • Umut Rados

    I really enjoyed the book. The world was so imaginative and creative. I truly loved the setting. It was also simple enough that made it even easier to grasp and enjoy. Probably Ophelia was the best pa...

  • Sophia.

    If you read a lot of Y.A. literature, this book will seem vaguely familiar to you. That’s because it just borrows a bunch of ideas from the most popular books out there. Harry Potter, Shadow and Bon...

  • April (Aprilius Maximus)

    DNF'd on page 185/491.Thank you so much to Text Publishing Australia for sending a copy of this to me! Unfortunately, I just couldn't get into it. The first chapter was so promising, with so much atmo...

  • Spencer Orey

    Really interesting world filed with torturous court intrigue, and a real teaser of an ending. The arks are cool, and there are very evocative lines about more interesting things to see that we don't g...

  • Lucy Langford

    4****A great reread! I loved the world and enjoyed the characters of Ophelia, Foster and Gail. Might have to reread the second book now.Original review:That was really interesting and a rather unusual...

  • Ellie (faerieontheshelf)

    Holy hell this book has some of the most unique worldbuilding I’ve seen for absolutely ages - it’s like Howl’s Moving Castle x Pride & Prejudice x Versailles under the guise of a somewhat-histor...

  • Melissa (Mel?s Bookshelf)

    4.25 Stars.I really enjoyed this YA debut novel by French author Christelle Dabos. It has won numerous awards in Europe so it was no surprise that it has recently finally been translated into English....