Il Gioco Proibito. L'ultima Mossa

Il Gioco Proibito L ultima Mossa Sembrava un innocente passatempo diventato un incubo Le ombre sono calate sul tavolo da gioco ed accaduto il peggio Ora Jenny sa che il suo fidanzato Tom e suo cugino Zach sono ostaggi del perfido Ju

  • Title: Il Gioco Proibito. L'ultima Mossa
  • Author: L.J. Smith
  • ISBN: 9788854128224
  • Page: 425
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sembrava un innocente passatempo, diventato un incubo Le ombre sono calate sul tavolo da gioco ed accaduto il peggio Ora Jenny sa che il suo fidanzato Tom e suo cugino Zach sono ostaggi del perfido Julian, prigionieri degli inferi Per salvarli Jenny i i suoi amici Audrey, Michael e Dee dovranno avventurarsi nel Mondo delle Ombre, ma non sar facile.

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    1. I'm just gonna come out and say it. I LOVE THIS SERIES SO FREAKIN MUCHThe Kill by L.J. Smith was the last book in the forbidden game trioligy. In this book Jenny plays the final game and enters the shadow land. She will have to try and win back zach and tomARACTERS-Okay, so. Jenny was as amazing as ever and she really let her true feelings show in this book, which was hella awesome!Julian was such a smol bean in this book. My heart will forever love him!ROMANCE-The romance between Julian and Jen [...]

    2. why on earth did jenny choose tom over julian? tom was nice yeah, but he was kinda boring and plain. julian was so compelling and seductive, i wish he was real! forget about jenny, if he wanted a girl that could appreciate him *S* i'm not obsessed with him or anything, and i know he's just fiction, but LJS has created a truly unforgettable character. the endind of this book was soooo sad! when julian died i was crying so much. at the beginning he was the typical "bad guy," but at the end he prov [...]

    3. I actually picked this up at the same time that I picked up the second book. My father had bought me them with one rule set in place: Do not read these in one night. Sadly, I did not follow his rule, but I don't think he found out (at the time I read a lot, so thusly I cost him a lot of money since I was fond of owning the books rather than getting them on loan from a library).This was a very exciting end to this series, which also ended up tying up some loose ends and giving a little relief to [...]

    4. The amusement theme park was a fun and campy setting for Julian's latest game. Everything gets resolved in the bittersweet end.

    5. I finishedThe Killless than five minutes ago and my mind is still reeling from the sheer perfection of it. I think the hardest part about writing a series - or even a book for that matter - is finding a way to wrap everything up perfectly. Rowling is one of the few authors who has been able to write a completely satisfactory ending, and I am proud to add L.J. Smith to that category as well. (Did anyone else notice how their names have two initials and then their last name.cidence much?) I'm sure [...]

    6. Rating: 4.5/5The Kill is the third and final book in The Forbidden Game Trilogy and for me it was also the best one. In this book Jenny and her friends are once again faced against Julian's Games and nightmares for one final time, and they have to win in order to save Tom and Zach from the Shadow World. The Game this time is a Treasure Hunt and it takes place in an amusement park. That was by far the scariest setting, with so many creepy possibilities. I loved that in the final book we got to se [...]

    7. What a series ender! May I say that it was Unexpected but it was a real good ending! Seriously. The KILL is the BEST ADVENTURE and game of the 3. I loved that the book explained a lot of history etc. Kinda wrapped up the series when Michael (?) said the FIRST game was a race since it was time-constrained. SEcOnD game was like solving puzzles as they try to make out of the riddles and try to save each lives, the LAST game was treasure hunting, as they search for gold doubloons (coins) to be able [...]

    8. Very good! THIS WAS THE BEST PART OF STORY. I liked it. A nice and sad ending. Nice chalenges liked itقشنگ بود و خوشحال بودم که از حالت تکراری کتاب در اومده و مثل قسمت های قبل نیست. واقعا جالب بود و هیجانش به مراتب از قسمت های قبل بیشتر بود . اگر بخوام کابوس خودم رو بگم، من از جادوگرهای پیگشویی واقعا میترسم. از آن پلاستیکیا [...]

    9. This was a brilliant end to the series.I loved that it was set in an amusement park. It made the story even creepier.Leo defiantly gave me the creeps! I remembered what happened at the end (The main part, anyway) so i should have been more prepared for it but i still found it really sad! (view spoiler)[ Julian :( (hide spoiler)]I'm really looking forward to re-reading L.J Smiths other fantastic books!

    10. One of my faves as a kid growing up. Julian is probably the most memorable male character from ANY book I've read. Also, the occult and mystic aspects have a very unique slant to them (including Norse runic elements), as does the obsession Julian has for Jenny, whom he has shadowed since her childhood. Smith heavily researches her topics and it's admirable; this is evident in many of her series including my favorite "Secret Circle" books. All Smith books are entertaining for women of any age!

    11. This entire series is amazing, the imagery is wonderful and sucks you into the story. It is right up there with Christopher Pike and R.L. Stine's top books from the early 90s, fashioned towards the young female readers bordering middle school and high school.I had these books for years until the mysteriously disappeared (I bet my roommate in college DID take them) and have been looking for the author's info ever since.

    12. Still crying my eyes out, the last chapters, were amazingly beautiful and bitter sweet.I dislike Tom very much.Julian was the real hero in this book."No, I'll dream another dream," he said. "I've made up so many things, now I'll just go into one. I'll be part of it." I really wish there was a sequel to this, or that someone would carve his name , so he would come back.

    13. It took me ages to find this one in the shops but my god was it worth it, again one of the few PH books I've kept. It is a fantastic finale to the trilogy and has you gripped at every word and every turn of the page.

    14. 4 stars with caveat of you really need to read the first 2, definitely not a standalone, but great and solid finish to the series. Check out the podcast episode where we chatted about it for more of my review: papercutspodcast/?p=1097

    15. He was—he was the most impossible—the most infuriating—She had never met anyone as—as—And he scared her. She didn’t want to try to imagine what he might do next.

    16. I read this series over 20 years ago, but I remember being so into it. Julian was probably one of my first fictional crushes.

    17. Julian is playing one last game with Jenny and her friends. He has captured Tom and Zach and trapped them in the Shadow World. It is up to Jenny, Dee, Audrey, and Michael to find them and bring them back. But, as they previously learned, Julian doesn't like to lose. What will Julian do if Jenny wins? Will he step aside and let everyone go home or does he still have one more trick up his sleeve?There is no doubt in my mind that this trilogy was inspired by Labyrinth. At lest a small part of it.Th [...]

    18. I actually liked this book better than the first one. The reason I'm giving it 3 instead of 4 stars is that the whole story could have ended after the first book and again after the second book. The story is dragged on and not much more is added with each new book, and I got a little tired of reading the same premise three times in a row.That being said, I liked the amusement park/treasure hunt aspect of this book, and the additions of P.C. and Slug and the grandpa were CREEPY. Most of all, thou [...]

    19. I was left a little disappointed with the first two books after I had built this series up in my head, but this third book made it all worthwhile. I began reading the series because I had heard that there were parallels between Julian and Jareth from Labyrinth, and I love Labyrinth, although obsess would be a more accurate verb, so I had to read the books. I wasn't disappointed on that score, which is why I still gave the first two books 4 stars. There was a lot to remind me of Labyrinth, which [...]

    20. This is for the second time that I wanted evil to live more. Well, the story’s about seven friends, an evil force and a game a forbidden one! A game for which you would have to sworn an oath and that would be irrevocableSeven friends include Jenny, Tom, Audrey, Michael, Zach, Summer and Dee! And the evil??? Well, the evil is a shadow man who’s responsible for showing you, your darkest nightmares but this time he wants more He wants Jenny!!! Why? Whyyyy??? Because He was evil. Cruel, capricio [...]

    21. Rating: 4.5/5When Julian took Tom and Zach to the Shadow world, Jenny was determined to follow and bring them back. Now she and her friends, Audrey, Dee and Michael, have come to her Grandfather's house to search for a way into Julian's Realm. But when they find themselves in Joyland Park, the amusement park Jenny loved as a kid; it seems their plan hasn't worked. However, like everything else in the Shadow World, nothing is as it seems and soon the four are involved in a treasure hunt for three [...]

    22. Книги серии не удивили своей толщиной, все такие же тощие и читаются буквально за два часа. Начиная читать трилогию, я думала, что сюжет будет чем то походит на "Джуманджи": попали в игру и тут опасность, там опасность, везде опасность. Да, так оно и было, но тут главным героям п [...]

    23. Book 3 of 3. The Forbidden Game trilogy. Very good. Middle school level reading. However, has many classic themes that all ages will enjoy. Find, read, and re-read! (put on keeper shelf!)This time the Game is a quest. Julian had taken Tom and Zach at the end of The Chase and invited the rest to the Shadow World. “If you want them, come on a treasure hunt. But remember: if you lose, there’s the devil to pay.” The only way Jenny knows to get to the Shadow World is through her grandfather’s [...]

    24. So I finished last book of "The Forbidden Game" trilogy and I cried like a baby. I couldn't say that these books are my favorites of all time, but I love them deeply. It's something special about Julian ant his games, I just couldn't get enough of it. It's one of those times, when you love a villain more than your every other characters in the books. And last game was amazing, I really, really loved it. Only horrible part is ending. And yet, even I totally hate how things ended with Julian, I ca [...]

    25. Well, I do have to thank the TWILIGHT phenomena for one thing at least, and that's that the collected trilogies of Lisa Jane Smith have been pulled out of the Simon and Schuster publishing vault, given brand spanking new covers, and re-released for both a new reading audience, and old-time fans who are ready to fill in the gaps on their bookshelves.Out of all Smith's body of work, it was The Forbidden Game that I was least familiar with. First published as a trilogy, the middle book was on the s [...]

    26. omg, let me just say that this book was amazing! Actually from the first book, I could tell that it was different from the books I usually read.*spoiler*The ending was a little bitter sweet for me. I love Julian but maybe it was probably for the best for Jenny and everyone that he's gone. I need a minute to collect myself from Julian's loss. Okay, so as I was saying I would much rather Jenny be with Julian. But of course there is Tom whom is also equally perfect. That is unless they break up yea [...]

    27. The Kill is the third book in The Forbidden Game series. Jenny's boyfriend, Tom, and her cousin, Zach, are taken by Julian. So Jenny and her remaining other friends must play one final game and go on a treasure hunt. In this book, Jenny sees a new side of Julian, a vulnerable side, which surprises herThat ending had me in tears! Seeing an almost good side of Julian and the good things he did just added on top of why I love Julian. And Jenny most certainly did have feelings for him but because of [...]

    28. My favorite of the series. My only problem was that i dearly wanted Jenny to end up with Julian. Again, I know hes the bad guy but I can't help it. He was the character with the most depth. Every other character had an area and they pretty much stayed in it. Dee was the tough, fight back chick. Audrey was the pretty cheerleader type. Zach the odd ball artist. Jenny the sweet girl next doorbut Julian was different. He was a shadow, so technically evil but he saved Summer. He loved Jenny, true evi [...]

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