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Unverständlich, dass die Serie ab 16 ist. Die kann man auch getrost im KIKA senden. Da gibt es mit "Borgen" und "Die Erbschaft" dänische Serien, die viel besser. Heartless ist eine dänische Mystery-Drama-Serie mit Julie Zangenberg und Sebastian Jessen, die erstmals auf dem Sender Kanal 5 gezeigt wurde. Von der dänischen Serie Heartless wurden 8 Episoden produziert. Die dänische Fernsehserie kommt auf insgesamt zwei Staffeln. Die letzte Episode, die in.

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Die Zwillinge Sophie und Sebastian stehen unter einem Fluch, der die beiden dazu verdammt, anderen Menschen als Vampire die Lebensenergie auszusaugen. Die Geschwister versuchen, als Schüler eines dänischen Internats ein normales Leben zu führen. Heartless ist eine dänische Mystery-Fernsehserie, die ihre Premiere am April auf dem dänischen Sender Kanal 5 hatte. Die erste Staffel umfasst 8. Unverständlich, dass die Serie ab 16 ist. Die kann man auch getrost im KIKA senden. Da gibt es mit "Borgen" und "Die Erbschaft" dänische Serien, die viel besser. Im Mittelpunkt der dänischen Vampirserie „Heartless“ stehen die Zwillinge Sebastian (Sebastian Jessen) und Sofie (Julie Zangenberg), die sich am. Von der dänischen Serie Heartless wurden 8 Episoden produziert. Die dänische Fernsehserie kommt auf insgesamt zwei Staffeln. Die letzte Episode, die in. Serien mit einem übersinnlichen Bezug erfreuen sich bei Serienfans größter Beliebtheit. Hierzu gehört auch die dänische Mystery-Serie „Heartless“: Mit Heartless jetzt legal online anschauen. Die Serie ist aktuell bei TVNOW, RTL Crime, RTL Passion verfügbar. Sebastian und Sofie sind Zwillinge und auf den.

Heartless Serie

Heartless ist eine dänische Mystery-Drama-Serie mit Julie Zangenberg und Sebastian Jessen, die erstmals auf dem Sender Kanal 5 gezeigt wurde. Unverständlich, dass die Serie ab 16 ist. Die kann man auch getrost im KIKA senden. Da gibt es mit "Borgen" und "Die Erbschaft" dänische Serien, die viel besser. Von der dänischen Serie Heartless wurden 8 Episoden produziert. Die dänische Fernsehserie kommt auf insgesamt zwei Staffeln. Die letzte Episode, die in.

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Heartless Bastards - Only For You (Official Music Video) Back when she was just a girl who wanted to fall in love. I should have felt good with it, but I didn't. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Die Blaumänner mother, is biggest nightmare of them all. I have to admit, I have never read Alice in Wonderland in its entirety. But we have a fantasy worlds with magical pumpkins and a Jabberwock eating people and we can't have equality???????? I swear his golden eyes and black curls immediately caused me to think of another awesome character I hold close to my heart and yes I was a goner the instant he entered the scene! And since I'm in the very small minority, I'm assuming that all of the above mentioned stuff was wonderful for most of the readers. Heartless is darkergloomierand far, far sadder than any book of The Lunar Chronicles ever was, and, as much as I Netflx The Lunar ChroniclesI Es Kommt Der Tag this pinch of sorrow is precisely what made me Heartless Serie, fall and fall for Catherine's story. But in this, she never changes.

I loved it, and I love that it surprised me by loving it. I also love that it is a standalone. This is such a fantastic read, and I really can't recommend it enough, especially if you are like me and didn't love The Lunar Chronicles.

Before, I only noticed the front had the queen's crown. Please, my heart. This story will haunt me for some time, and I will never read Alice in Wonderland the same way.

View all 30 comments. Oct 07, Simona B rated it really liked it Shelves: in-english , fantastic-lit-and-co , I thought, Oh well, another retelling.

It can wait. I've got more promising things to read at the moment. But when I saw how stunning this hardback was, the shallower half of me immediately decided she had to read it like yesterday.

Have I mentioned how much I love Shallow-Me? Retelling the Queen of Hearts gave her the possibil 4. Retelling the Queen of Hearts gave her the possibility to create something that was close enough to The Lunar Chronicles to please her historical fans, and different enough to let them see that the two things are unmistakably not alike.

Heartless is darker , gloomier , and far, far sadder than any book of The Lunar Chronicles ever was, and, as much as I adore The Lunar Chronicles , I daresay this pinch of sorrow is precisely what made me fall, fall and fall for Catherine's story.

I am not even sure I can properly call it "development", given the positive connotation this word usually comes with, but our heroine does grow, in a broad sense: she gets stronger , tougher , less pliant , more tenacious.

Hers is a growth that goes in so many directions that it becomes impossible not only to label it simply as a descent into madness, but also to determine which parts of it can be considered an improvement and which cannot.

Catherine's character expands while shrinking, learns to stand her ground while letting go, opens her eyes in the very same moment when what her world requires of her is to shut them as tight as she can.

She's contradictory , ensnared , caught in the crossfire , and she has no one to blame for it. Or rather, she has herself. But she is tender, she is delicate; she cannot live with such a guilt.

And that's where her torment stems from in the first place. You wouldn't believe the transformation she undergoes from the beginning of the book to its end, truly.

But in this, she never changes. She never learns to shoulder this particular responsibility , and she keeps finding ways around it.

She wants, wants, wants so desperately , but ultimately she chooses daydream over reality. She hopes, hopes, hopes, but never finds it in herself to act.

Even revenge , for her, is a way to lay the blame elsewhere and relieve herself of it, so that she can pretend to be fine after all.

She never faces what happened , not really. She chases this illusion until the very end, in her decision of view spoiler [getting rid of her heart hide spoiler ].

A heroine would have fought. But Catherine is no heroine. I am full to the brim with murder and revenge.

I am overflowing and I do not think you wish for me to overflow on to you. I liked that Catherine better. And her character development, above all.

I may be biased because cold, heartless, ruthless female leads automatically mean I'm sold. Even if they show up only for the last five chapters or so.

Every single time they talked to her, a part of me screamed and died in agony. Their last encounter brought real tears to my eyes.

Not being listened to , not being truly considered by the two people who should be the most supportive and caring for you, that's a torture I wouldn't wish on the worst of my enemies.

The Marquess and the Marchioness are probably the main reason why my very soul was in agony throughout the whole book. I was too caught up to take notes.

I remember thinking that Cath's bitterness, after view spoiler [Mary Ann's betrayal hide spoiler ] , seemed somewhat too sudden , and that it didn't seem to bode well for the character development, but as you can guess, my fears were unfounded, though the episode was indeed handled rather awkwardly, narratively speaking -she's like rainbow and sunshine one scene and storm and thunder the next.

So, when you get there, don't panic: it's all but short-lived. Again, it was kind of rushed and, I think, not very sensible, and that's probably the part of the book I like the least, but not so much that I couldn't turn a blind eye and keep enjoying the rest.

I feel like I understand it on a subconscious level while not being able to put it in words. Jest is an adorable love interest, and the ship sailed in no time, but the point is, the romance in itself is not the point.

What actually is important is what this first love story means to Cath and how it would affect her life. This is why I wouldn't call Jest a male lead: the only lead, here, is Catherine.

And I'm particularly happy with this. I did not expect to warm up so much to this girl in the habit of dreaming too much , for whom hoping is an illness, for whom burying her hands in a ball of dough is the ultimate happiness.

I warmed up to her so much my heart had got as cold as hers as the conclusion drew near, and by the end of it, it didn't even seem to be beating anymore.

I wonder if I will ever be able to claim it back. View all 15 comments. I pretty much went into it with no expectation. I only knew that it's somehow a retelling of Alice in Wonderland but really, it's the villain's story before she became the notorious Queen of Hearts and that was intriguing enough for me.

Yet, Meyer managed to fill it up with a beautiful and fast-paced story that I was hooked from start to end 5 Red Roses "A finely crafted hat makes a person Yet, Meyer managed to fill it up with a beautiful and fast-paced story that I was hooked from start to end.

Heartless tells the story of a girl named Catherine, who's the daughter of a royal family going by Rock Turtle Cove in the Kingdom of Hearts.

She is deemed to become the Queen as she is pressured by her parents mostly by her mother, the Marchioness to marry the very-available and ever giggling King.

However, her passionate lies elsewhere and that's in her baking. This tale continues with Catherine fighting for what she wants despite so many obstacles.

But we all know how this story turns out in the end Will she take risks and get the bakery of her dreams or lose everything she's worked so hard for to only be crowned as the Queen of Hearts?

Her mother sneered. I've become rather fond of fools. To those who have knowledge of Alice in Wonderland will also recognize side characters like Chesire, the White Rabbit, Mr.

Caterpillar and so on. You know you're good at it, and that knowledge lights you up. That still doesn't take away the fact that it wasn't funny throughout cause it actually was I loved reading how realistic the characters in Heartless were in its traditional and magical sense.

I was so not expecting that. For one, there's no denying that Catherine is flawed. She's short of shy and well-mannered but at the same time she tends to react very quickly.

True to her manners, a lot of the times her mind wanders to sacrificing her own happiness for her family's wishes and to keep her reputation intact but still, she is determined to fight back.

Jest, on the other hand How he treated Catherine throughout this entire book is swoon-worthy and I'm glad that their relationship wasn't instant as it may seems.

The romance in this book you guys was NOT overwhelming. Rotated back. Feb 29, elena rated it really liked it. They were all a little mad, if one was to be forthright.

Okay so, it's a big surprise I enjoyed this. I knew I would simply because it's Marissa Meyer and she did not disappoint me with her Lunar Chronicles series, so I knew this would happen.

Marissa is the only author that is able to write novels that captivate me from the very first sentence. To be honest, I dislike retellings a lot.

I won't say I hate them, but we aren't very good friends. Every retelling I read or try to read ends up unfinished or rated lowly.

Marissa Meyer had me intrigued since the very beginning and I couldn't be happier. Heartless was happy and cute, but it was also heartbreaking and now I am heartless?

I would say that's the word since I don't even know what my hearts for now. Heartless is a well-done and well-written retelling of Alice in Wonderland.

I've also never been the biggest fan of Alice in Wonderland, so I was a little afraid going into this one when Sana asked me if I wanted to BR it with her.

I said yes because I kinda thought she and I would think the same about it and well, I was glad, and I couldn't be happier of us Sana.

Our buddy read finally worked! The Queen of Hearts was actually one of my favorite characters only because she was a bitch and had a rude attitude.

Call me a bitch as well, but I liked her personality. For some reason, I did, but mainly because she's the Queen of Hearts that everyone else despised while I enjoyed her.

Before becoming the rude Queen, Catherine 'Cath' Pinkerton was just a normal girl who wanted to be happy by opening her own bakery with one of her good friends, Mary-Ann, and she wanted to fall in love, to be happy, to know what's it like to be in love.

Before turning into the Queen of Hearts and marrying the infamous King of Hearts, Cath just wanted her own fairytale of falling in love and feeling passion, to be happy while she lived the young life she had.

Her parents, being the strict parents that don't really care what happiness for their daughter is and what it really means, don't want her to do that and don't approve of it.

Instead, they try pushing her into becoming the only girl that can be seen at a royal ball where the King himself can fall in love with her and propose to her, and that is exactly what happens.

The King of Hearts, an immature and childish boy who does not have the capability of ruling a kingdom, proposes to Catherine. He does not show any love and affection towards her in any way but he does show it to her pastries and desserts, which might be why he proposes to her.

Cath, feeling a disgusted pleasure, does not want to accept this proposal and marry the King. Luckily for her, on the same day, a mysterious and new court joker who goes by the name of Jest, arrives on the same day and steals a glance at Cath, not bothering to care about the interruption he just made.

As Jest entered the ball and was able to talk to Cath in a way, the two start seeing each other more and all that leads to their own private courtship that is both loving but endangering to both, especially Cath.

So to say it all, I loved Heartless! I really don't care what other have to say about this. I think I loved it so much because it was a retelling of the Queen of Hearts and not about Alice.

What made me love this more was that Marissa included so many characters and aspects of the original retelling. So I know the Red Queen and the Queen of hearts are different characters, but the White Queen and Red Queen were mentioned in this novel by Jest which was something that brought back memories from the movie as well.

So to say it all, there were characters from the movie and the original Disney film. We also get such a different setting in this world.

It's the world in Wonderland, but it was in the own creation and words of Marissa. It feels very different reading it when comparing it to the other films since it doesn't have to do much with Alice herself, but I was just glad Marissa was able to top that off as well.

She was able to make this her own and unique world of Wonderland and it fit the characters and the story perfectly.

Other kingdoms were mentioned as well and it was great finding out new things I actually didn't know about.

The writing was also something I completely enjoyed! Like I said, Marissa has been the only author that has been able to captivate me into her new worlds and into her writing without complaints since the beginning.

I'm always afraid to read retellings because I always think it will ruin the original fairy tale, but when it comes to Marissa, there's no doubt I'll love it.

Cath was definitely a character I enjoyed reading about. She was a simple and normal girl who wanted to live a life she wanted to live, to choose the path she wanted to choose, not the ones her parents wanted for her.

She was good, understanding, lovely, adorable, and just cute! It's a fantasy book, so I can't relate to characters, but Cath was a character I was able to understand from the beginning until the end.

She had her own dreams and sometimes just wanted to run away and escape the world she was living in because she felt controlled at times by the King and her parents.

She couldn't do everything she pleased or wanted to do, and she had to listen to everyone all the time and deal with it all. She didn't have many friends.

In fact, she didn't have anyone to count on, not even Chesire. She couldn't trust herself to tell anyone anything or meet anyone knew and feel like they would become friends because she's never had the heart to do that.

I sometimes felt bad for Cath and that is part of why I loved her character. She was just cute, that is all.

She was also caring and nice but of course, the teenage girl must become the Queen of Hearts that orders to chop heads off and has everyone hating her.

Another thing I loved about Cath is that she wasn't afraid to find out who this mysterious court joker and what he was up to, Jest. Jest was just wonderful in every way possible.

He is another one of those fictional characters that are added to my book boyfriends list along with other girls and other book boyfriends over there who actually have a girlfriend ; Jest was just the perfect one for Cath.

I wouldn't call them boyfriend and girlfriend because their relationship actually started late, but the way their friendship was growing and turning into small aspects of a relationship was cute.

Cath admitting to herself that she hated how she was falling for Jest immediately was funny, and of course, a book pet peeve of mine is insta love and I honestly hate it, but insta love here was different and I actually didn't mind it which is not something that usually happens.

Never has happened, but with Heartless, history has been made. Cath and Jest both fell for each other and that involved insta love, but I wasn't upset.

The only reason I hate it is because the author didn't write it correctly or in a way where I was able to enjoy it. There was no love triangle, and thank you, Marissa, for that, so instead love wasn't a problem.

I loved them together since the beginning since Jest started his small performance that left the King and everyone else amazed and surprised and then just, left.

Jest was just perfect. The ending doesn't change anything for me and I will love him forever and always. He's there in my heart and I thank him for coming into Cath's life and making it better.

What I mean by that is that he was able to make Cath smile and laugh like no one else and I just loved that. Jest was just amazing in every way and I loved everything about him.

He's a mysterious joker, a swoon-worthy male who had me giggling like a small 5-year-old fangirl because I couldn't get enough of him.

Sana and I swooned over him since the beginning because he was a mysterious dude and he just sounded like those other attractive fictional characters.

A joker. A rook. A mystery. Unlike Jest and Cath, the other characters were the pieces of the book that I did not like in any way.

Actually, I enjoyed the Raven and Chesire, but that's it. The King was very immature, childish, a fool, and did not have any kind of ability to rule a kingdom.

He was a King who was very scared and did not have any protection under him in any way, he did not know how the care for a wife really is, and he couldn't do anything by himself.

He and Cath were not meant to be together in any way and it's obvious from the start, which was another thing I was happy about. The other characters, like Jack and The Mad Hatter, were assholes at times as well.

Jack, first, was the character I hated the most from the beginning besides the King. He was a selfish guy who didn't care about anyone and anything besides himself and I really hated how he didn't try anything new.

The Mad Hatter was a little different than the Hatta we're familiar with. This guy created and gave hats that could turn people into someone else, which is found out as we learn a little more about him.

He was also mysterious, like the Joker, and he was also a selfish guy who didn't care much about the outside but only for himself and what he felt on the inside which was something I didn't like as well.

Even with the complaints I have with almost every other character, this book was just phenomenal! It was just what I needed; it was just the retelling I needed to read and I couldn't be happier to finally find a fairy tale retelling that made me my little red heart happy and then shattered it, not allowing it to feel anything.

Marissa Meyer is just a wonderful writer and I'm so glad she was able to come up with this and write it the way I was expecting it. I'm really looking forward to her future novels, her upcoming releases, and anything she has in mind.

I heard she's into fairy tales a lot so what she will normally write will be retellings and I am just perfectly okay with that. I loved this a lot, just a lot.

I'm not in a hangover, but I feel many emotions towards that ending. Those 4 last words, those 2 words that I read over and over again that made me sad over and over again when I knew that would happen.

I currently hate Sana for that because she kept telling me she had predictions and theories and me being the person that doesn't predict anything or have any theories because they can ruin the whole story for me, was very very mad at her.

I don't ever predict unless it's so obvious and it's like, right there because sometimes I feel like I can or will be right and it will just ruin the whole thing for me.

There won't be a point in reading the rest of the story if I already know what's gonna happen. Even if I spoiled myself, I would just skip to the end and say I finished it by skimming the last few pages or the rest of pages that were left of the book.

I mean, that's happened a lot when I spoil myself so it wouldn't matter to me. View all 42 comments. Feb 10, Anne marked it as did-not-finish Shelves: fairytale , retelling , read-in , sleep-aid.

Yeah, no. Sorry this one just isn't for me. I tried. But, it was just too boring for my personal taste.

I should probably mention that I'm not an Alice in Wonderland fan. I've never read it, and I never plan to. In fact, I've never even made it all the way through the Disney movie.

I know it's a classic and all, but even the animated version bores me. I'm not saying this story is boring, just that it's boring to me. Catherine is the daughter of a marquess, but wants to be a baker.

She's getting pushed into marrying the King of Heart, but she's in love with the Jester. In the background, there's a monster Jabberwocky on the loose.

And since I'm in the very small minority, I'm assuming that all of the above mentioned stuff was wonderful for most of the readers. To me though, it was chock full of equal parts weird and dull.

The world's most snoozworthy romance happening in Trippyville. Yeah, no thanks. I've only DNF'd a small handful of books over the years, but I'm afraid this is going to have to be one of them.

I could lie to myself and say maybe I'll come back to it at a later date , but you and I both know that ain't happening. Due to all the glowing reviews, I don't think most of you will find this book as unreadable as I did, so take my opinion with a grain of salt.

View all 46 comments. Sep 24, Tiea Martin marked it as to-read. View all 4 comments. May 25, P rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult.

I could feel it everywhere when words were recounted, when songs were chanted and when hearts were broken. Other than that, the book made me giggle continually.

Catherine has the great development since the beginning. Her character is played out an exact direction as a good girl constrained by traditions.

And then she meets Jest, her heart is conveyed out of the path of marrying the King of Hearts. Cath was my main focus through this book.

I admired her at first, but around the middle I felt as if her personality was queerly changed. I should have felt good with it, but I didn't.

I was afraid that this book would be another Fairest , a pitiful girl turns villainous by people around her. Anyhow, the ending was not what I was afraid of, and I was quite satisfied with those twists and turns flipping my stomach and wrenching my heart painfully.

I kinda understood the motivations of the MCs, though. They follows the story that already happened in Alice in Wonderland , which Marissa Meyer tried so hard to respect the original one, and she did well.

The narration is good but slow, and if someone doesn't enjoy the courtesy of the Victorian era as I did, it'll be boring and easy to lose interest since the first few chapters.

By the by, I liked many things of Heartless: its characters, story, twists and magical world which divided by the Looking Glass.

They captured my atttention successfully and made me fall in love with Alice in Wonderland all over again. View all 25 comments. Nov 30, Sophie rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites.

I cried. View all 3 comments. May 26, Joelle Throne of books rated it really liked it Shelves: arc-reviews. Back when she was just a girl who wanted to fall in love.

While being one of the most beautiful girls in wonderland and a favorite of the King of Hearts, as a talented baker all Catherine wants is to open a bakery with her best friend.

Unfortunately, her parents such a dream is absurd for someone who could be the next queen. Not reciprocating the Kings feelings for her, Catherine meets the mysterious yet handsome court joker, Jest, at the royal ball where the kind is to propose to her.

Determined to define her destiny and fall in love on her own terms, she and Jest enter a secret courtship.

The first thing I want to clarify as most people seem to be confused on the matter, is that the Queen of Hearts and the Red Queen are not the same person.

People often confuse the two but alas they are not the same. That being said I want to thank Marissa Meyer for writing such a wonderful origin story to one of my favorite villains of all time.

And I am an even bigger fan of villains. Getting to read Marissa's version of the Queen of Hearts' evil origin was incredible.

Catherine was on many levels, one of the most relatable characters I've ever read about. All she wants is to open up a bakery with her best friend Mary Anne.

Baking pastries and delicacies is where her heart belongs. However, her parents want her to seize such silly dreams and focus on other appropriate acts for young ladies such as herself.

That includes marrying the King of Hearts. Even though that is not what she wants, Catherine wants her parents disappointment even less.

Catherine's parents are infuriating people. Not once do they stop to ask her if she is happy. Not once do they stop and consider that this might not be what she wants.

Her mother, is biggest nightmare of them all. Refusing to speak of anything other than her future wedding and queenly status, she hurts Catherine with her words.

She often chastised her for eating too much or even considering having another bite. Comparing her to a hefty animal.

Jest, the mysterious new court joker makes her feel -for the first time- what love really is. He is mysterious, handsome and captivating. She feels gers left drawn to him from the minute she first sees him, and something inside her starts to bloom.

The romance between the two was something that stubbornly latched onto my heart and refused to let go until the very end when it consumed my heart entirely.

I tried not to get hopeful considering we all know how the Queen of Hearts ends up but try as I might, it was impossible.

Unfortunately the pacing was relatively slow for the majority of the book. However, as soon as I began the luscious writing pulled me into the story and I couldn't put the book down.

I was drawn in completely. One thing Marissa can really do is write compellingly. Heartless is such a good title for this book because that is exactly not really!

I'm convinced she should write an Alice in Wonderland retelling because you have to admit, the woman can write one hell of a retelling.

And of course, a villains' beautifully tragic origin story. And the moment everyone's being waiting for let's be honest here you're all waiting for it the comparison to The Lunar chronicles.

Yes, I know many of you want to know if it's better than her Lunar chronicles series and I'll get right to the point. It's not. In my opinion, it was not.

The Lunar chronicles is a far better series and story. Of course, I believe this is due to the fact that it is a standalone.

If it had been the beginning of a new series I don't doubt it would have been better paced and plotted out. I do still recommend you give this story a shot if you're a fan of Alice in Wonderland such as myself or if you love Meyers' other works.

But as I carried on, this book grew darker and darker! Unfortunately, she has no desire to be Queen of the Kingdom of Hearts. He is witty, clever and with a knack for the impossible.

Suddenly Cath finds herself even more desperate than before to avoid engagement to the King. Throw in battles with the Jabberwock and mysterious items coming over from the land of Chess; entered only through the looking glass and a well watched over by three creepy girls and this book has some serious fantasticalness!

But as we all know how the story ends, it was frightening to see how everything would unravel, and there was so much magic and world building, I was both enraptured and heart broken all at the same time!

Aug 15, demi. View all 11 comments. She is the only daughter of Marquess and Marchioness. King of Hearts fancies her to be his wife and Queen of Hearts.

But Catherine has other plans. The throne of Hearts does not appeal her. She is a baker at heart and has a dream of opening her own bakery where she could make delectables that no one has ever tasted.

But that is not the only thing she dreams about. Edit Did You Know? Why cant I watch this TV show? What is wrong. It doesn't give me options to watch.

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Janina Dietz. Der Knastarzt. Sebastian und Sofie sind Zwillinge und auf den Hangover Alan Blick ein ganz normales Geschwisterpaar. Staffel 2. Wo Helen Sjöholm "Heartless" gestreamt? Trending: Meist diskutierte Serien. Heartless is a Donna Pescow supernatural drama television series that premiered on Kanal 5 on 28 April and ran for two seasons. There's so many descriptions!! Si Serienstream To Legal all due respect to the hatter, I am so mad, that's not even funny. It can wait. I enjoyed the read, nothing more. But as any YA book, Maxdome Anmelden leaves its most heavy plot lines to rest in the shoulders of young romance, which I have always found difficult to read. Heartless Serie Staffel 1, Episode 5. Finden sie hier Antwort auf die Frage nach ihrer Herkunft? Leider die Liebe. Kommen die Geschwister nicht rechtzeitig an ihr Lebenselixier, färben sich ihre Safety Not Guaranteed Deutsch tiefschwarz! Nicolaj Kopernikus. Heartless Serie Kommentare zu Heartless werden geladen Listen mit Heartless. Drama Fernseher Heute, MysteryHorror. Afsnit 5. Erfolgreiche Dramaserie findet Deutschlandstart November Wo wird "Heartless" gestreamt? Serienjunkies durchsuchen Suche starten Heartless ist eine Serie von Nikolaj Scherfig mit Sebastian Jessen (Sebastian Nielsen), Julie Zangenberg (Sofie Nielsen). Finde hier alle Informationen zur 2. Der deutsche Pay TV-Sender zeigt nun die ersten fünf Folgen ab dem Februar immer dienstags um Uhr. Im Zentrum von "Heartless". RTL Passion nimmt dänische Serie "Heartless" ins Programm Heartless bei Amazon Channels (RTL Crime Channel RTL PASSION Channel): Staffel 2. Heartless ist eine dänische Mystery-Drama-Serie mit Julie Zangenberg und Sebastian Jessen, die erstmals auf dem Sender Kanal 5 gezeigt wurde.

I did all kinds of stupid shit when I was sixteen. Heartless makes you remember that feeling; it's hard to judge them too harshly. One teeny thing did bother me Other than the mixing-up of "lose"and "loose"in that gif : view spoiler [Margaret instantly becomes "less offensive to the eyes" once a man is interested in her.

Come on, Meyer, you're better than this. View all 35 comments. He was dressed all in black and standing in an orchard of lemon trees, and she had the distinct sensation that he had something that belonged to her.

Something precious and not to be shared. I swear his golden eyes and black curls immediately caused me to think of another awesome character I hold close to my heart and yes I was a goner the instant he entered the scene!

Every day, if it pleases you. No — twice a day, and at least once before breakfast. A royal joker must set the highest of expectations.

Their wish to open a bakery resonated with me Yes, I love to bake too. Especially cupcakes and huge cakes and I swear I got hungry whenever I picked up the book.

Like for instance the King of Hearts! Boy was he a little, giggly and incompetent man! I mean nothing wrong with being funny, but the way he acted he seemed to be the only true Fool in the game.

I believe he would do his best to be a good husband. If she would have been honest and forthright right from the beginning, nothing bad would have happened.

I know her parents made it exceptionally difficult to stay true to herself and I felt this on a spiritual level, but when it comes to matters of the heart there always comes a moment when you have to draw the line.

No snakes. No slippery eels. And worst of all, no fickle women. Play coy all you like, Lady Pinkerton. Cling to your belief in your own innocence.

Oh Hatta! I loved him so much! He was more than just unfriendly to Cath throughout the entire book and there were moments even I wondered why he was so mean, but then at the end it all made sense.

All this hostility towards Lady Pinkerton, the loyalty he felt for Jest! It was so sad to watch the story unfold and to know that Hatta eventually would become mad.

The way it finally happened broke my heart though. Lovely on the eyes, yes, but such thorns are not to be ignored. I always thought it was his unwavering loyalty and friendship that kept him so close to Jest, but it was love!!

I swear Lacie, Tillie and Elsie were so damn scary!!! Despite their rather harmless sounding names.

All this build up and then things were resolved so fast and I was blinking at the page thinking: WTH?! Are you kidding me?

This is how it all goes down?! This is it?! I guess then you should be safe! With all due respect to the hatter, I am so mad, that's not even funny.

That's what being trolled by a novel feels like, I guess. Above that, I am so, so disappointed. Indeed, it's no secret that my reading time has been seriously reduced over the previous months, making me wonder if I should stay on GR, because what's the point?!

Heartless , though? It sounded so amazing that I made room for it, school and politics be damned. I wish I would have loved it, but apparently it wasn't meant to be.

Si With all due respect to the hatter, I am so mad, that's not even funny. It happens! No problem, sometimes it's the journey that counts, right?

Oh well, I like them enough. Let's forget that. What, at least it's addictive. The stories and characters are what matter to me anyway, okay? And unfortunately, I genuinely believe that the lack of depth of both the writing and the plot doomed the novel in the end.

Even with a fantastic premise, Heartless couldn't hold my interest after the first half, mostly because its characters started to Where was the unapologetic and sarcastic Joker I enjoyed so much in the beginning?

Where did the funny and interesting Cath hide when I had to suffer from countless descriptions of how dumb that fucking King is but with whom she's gonna stay anyway - because of REASONS?

The character's growth was all over the place and if I completely understand that we humans do go round and round in circles sometimes, it didn't feel genuine here and the ropes were so thick I could touch them.

Damn, I missed that cat in the second half. Too bad the HOW consisted in throwing some unnecessary and predictable drama in the pumpkin cake.

I don't even make sense anymore. Where was the thrill, the tension, when the characters' decisions started to stop making sense to go through the predictable road?

For me, Heartless ended restrained because of Alice in Wonderland , and that made for the most illogical and sudden events.

It's like the author suddenly remembered that she couldn't do what she wanted, and needed to get her characters where they ought to be ASAP.

What about my emotions?? No, really? Given what happens, I should have cared. Key word being should, because I sure didn't. I kinda laughed, because I'm a psycho??!

Where was the world-building, when everything seemed stolen and rearranged to suit the forbidden love arc? Of course I understand that a retelling borrows stuff to the original, I mean, that's the whole point.

Yet when it only makes me want to reread the original instead , it's not a good thing in my opinion. For more of my reviews, please visit View all 32 comments.

I can feel the knives being sharpened. Heartless is an imagined prequel to Alice in Wonderland but with its main focus being the "Queen of Hearts", she of the famous "Off with their heads" quote.

Alice in Wonderland is a fantastical story written in by Lewis Carrol, who created the glorious dystopian world of Wonderland replete with a talking cheshire cat, a bumbling rabbit, knaves, Jabberwocks and muc Arrrgggh Alice in Wonderland is a fantastical story written in by Lewis Carrol, who created the glorious dystopian world of Wonderland replete with a talking cheshire cat, a bumbling rabbit, knaves, Jabberwocks and much more.

I truly liked and enjoyed Alice in Wonderland; the book and the movie. As this is my first Meyer book, I went into this with zero bias but with an expectation of getting, at the least, a fabulous intro to this best-selling author's work and at most, a thrilling account of the QOH's descent into madness.

And yes, there is a good reason. A very tragic one, in fact. So, who was the QOH? The book blurb -below- does a spiffing job of summarizing the story perfectly.

Emphasis by me. Long before she was the terror of Wonderland—the infamous Queen of Hearts— she was just a girl who wanted to fall in love Catherine may be one of the most desired girls in Wonderland and a favorite of the unmarried King of Hearts, but her interests lie elsewhere.

A talented baker , all she wants is to open a shop with her best friend Then Cath meets Jest, the handsome and mysterious court joker Let's talk about the parts that were underlined.

Desired by whom? Moreover, aside from her baking talents, there was nothing special about her. Yes, we were told she was quite beautiful but seeing this is a land filled more with creatures than damsels, we had no point of reference for her implied beauty.

Gosh, I'd never wanted a pie so badly. I gained inches just reading about the pies and the cakes and the macaroons.

The mysterious Joker who mesmerizes Cath, both with his talent and his beauty. With Catherine being the daughter of a Marquess, any relationship with Jest the commoner would have been completely forbidden.

Pause here. Remember Romeo and Juliet or insert your favorite forbidden love story? The angst? The late night trysts?

The completely OTT love fest? How your heart ached for the lovers and how you cursed the Capulet and Montague feud?

So much more. I wanted to feel that heart-pounding despair evoked by young and desperate lovers who could not exist without the other.

Had Meyer not spent more time invoking the spirit of the original AIW, had she not included any and every character from that book, Jest and Catherine may have had more time together building their longing for each other.

Between the croquet matches; the uninteresting balls; Catherine's never-will-happen dream of opening a bakery; and the detailed descriptions of the aforementioned endless list of creatures; these two had less than 5 intimate moments.

Ultimately, Meyer does serve up a plausible accounting of the Queen's descent into madness, but like I said, during the entire journey to that conclusion: I.

Nov 24, Melanie rated it it was amazing Recommended to Melanie by: Mary. Shelves: fantasy , romance , read-in , favorites , signed , magic , subscription-box-owlcrate , retellings , young-adult.

Heartless blew me away. If you've been following my reviews for a while, you will know that I wasn't the biggest fan of The Lunar Chronicles.

Yes, I know, I can barely believe it either. So, I went into this book not expecting much, and maybe that helped, because this book blew me away.

It surpassed every expectation I set for a five star book, and it was nothing short of perfection.

Also, regarding The Lunar Chronicles , Fairest was my favorite installment in that series, and the book I gave the Heartless blew me away.

Also, regarding The Lunar Chronicles , Fairest was my favorite installment in that series, and the book I gave the highest rating. So, maybe I just really enjoy "villain" retellings?

I think both Fairest and Heartless just speak to my tragic love-story masochist heart or something along those lines.

We have grown up reading about the evil queen and the evil things that she has done, but we never knew why she was the way she was.

Well, bless Marissa Meyer for creating this heartfelt masterpiece, because she did just that. The Queen of Hearts, known as Catherine in this story, was once not evil at all.

In fact, she was quite the opposite and had dreams of opening up her own bakery, because she is the best baker in all of Hearts, and loves nothing more than to make people happy with her treats.

That is, until Catherine realizes that her parents expect her to marry the King of Hearts, and give up her dreams, that they deem unworthy, completely.

Let me give you the heart of a queen. Not your family, not your partner, not your friends, no one but yourself. No matter if we are in Wonderland or in our world, we are only allotted a certain amount of time, so spend your time doing what you love and what your heart tells you to do.

I know I sound preachy, and I know this seems like a basic concept, but this is something I've struggled with my whole life and I know there are others out there that do too.

Hatta's confession rebroke my heart all over again, honestly. I knew how this story would end, obviously, but that didn't prepare me for how obsessed I would become trying to learn how we'd get to that ending.

I kept trying to figure it out, and even though I guessed "the who", I never guessed "the how". I'm a terrible sucker for prophecy stories, but even reading the prophecy itself didn't prepare me for what actually happened.

I felt gutted, heartbroken, and was completely unprepared. Alice in Wonderland started my obsession with finding "magical doorways" and, to this day, I still love reading about them.

I also feel like a major reason I enjoyed this book is because it made me feel a lot of nostalgia to the point that I actually want to reread and rewatch different Alice in Wonderland adaptations.

I am so blessed and thankful for those memories with my Grandma, and all the feelings attached to those memories. Those feelings really made me enjoy the reading experience even more, even though I know it made me a little biased.

This book was the perfect amount of magical, beautiful and heartbreaking. It is written so lyrically, I feel like I highlighted half of the book.

I loved it, and I love that it surprised me by loving it. I also love that it is a standalone. This is such a fantastic read, and I really can't recommend it enough, especially if you are like me and didn't love The Lunar Chronicles.

Before, I only noticed the front had the queen's crown. Please, my heart. This story will haunt me for some time, and I will never read Alice in Wonderland the same way.

View all 30 comments. Oct 07, Simona B rated it really liked it Shelves: in-english , fantastic-lit-and-co , I thought, Oh well, another retelling.

It can wait. I've got more promising things to read at the moment. But when I saw how stunning this hardback was, the shallower half of me immediately decided she had to read it like yesterday.

Have I mentioned how much I love Shallow-Me? Retelling the Queen of Hearts gave her the possibil 4.

Retelling the Queen of Hearts gave her the possibility to create something that was close enough to The Lunar Chronicles to please her historical fans, and different enough to let them see that the two things are unmistakably not alike.

Heartless is darker , gloomier , and far, far sadder than any book of The Lunar Chronicles ever was, and, as much as I adore The Lunar Chronicles , I daresay this pinch of sorrow is precisely what made me fall, fall and fall for Catherine's story.

I am not even sure I can properly call it "development", given the positive connotation this word usually comes with, but our heroine does grow, in a broad sense: she gets stronger , tougher , less pliant , more tenacious.

Hers is a growth that goes in so many directions that it becomes impossible not only to label it simply as a descent into madness, but also to determine which parts of it can be considered an improvement and which cannot.

Catherine's character expands while shrinking, learns to stand her ground while letting go, opens her eyes in the very same moment when what her world requires of her is to shut them as tight as she can.

She's contradictory , ensnared , caught in the crossfire , and she has no one to blame for it. Or rather, she has herself. But she is tender, she is delicate; she cannot live with such a guilt.

And that's where her torment stems from in the first place. You wouldn't believe the transformation she undergoes from the beginning of the book to its end, truly.

But in this, she never changes. She never learns to shoulder this particular responsibility , and she keeps finding ways around it.

She wants, wants, wants so desperately , but ultimately she chooses daydream over reality. She hopes, hopes, hopes, but never finds it in herself to act.

Even revenge , for her, is a way to lay the blame elsewhere and relieve herself of it, so that she can pretend to be fine after all.

She never faces what happened , not really. She chases this illusion until the very end, in her decision of view spoiler [getting rid of her heart hide spoiler ].

A heroine would have fought. But Catherine is no heroine. I am full to the brim with murder and revenge. I am overflowing and I do not think you wish for me to overflow on to you.

I liked that Catherine better. And her character development, above all. I may be biased because cold, heartless, ruthless female leads automatically mean I'm sold.

Even if they show up only for the last five chapters or so. Every single time they talked to her, a part of me screamed and died in agony.

Their last encounter brought real tears to my eyes. Not being listened to , not being truly considered by the two people who should be the most supportive and caring for you, that's a torture I wouldn't wish on the worst of my enemies.

The Marquess and the Marchioness are probably the main reason why my very soul was in agony throughout the whole book. I was too caught up to take notes.

I remember thinking that Cath's bitterness, after view spoiler [Mary Ann's betrayal hide spoiler ] , seemed somewhat too sudden , and that it didn't seem to bode well for the character development, but as you can guess, my fears were unfounded, though the episode was indeed handled rather awkwardly, narratively speaking -she's like rainbow and sunshine one scene and storm and thunder the next.

So, when you get there, don't panic: it's all but short-lived. Again, it was kind of rushed and, I think, not very sensible, and that's probably the part of the book I like the least, but not so much that I couldn't turn a blind eye and keep enjoying the rest.

I feel like I understand it on a subconscious level while not being able to put it in words. Jest is an adorable love interest, and the ship sailed in no time, but the point is, the romance in itself is not the point.

What actually is important is what this first love story means to Cath and how it would affect her life. This is why I wouldn't call Jest a male lead: the only lead, here, is Catherine.

And I'm particularly happy with this. I did not expect to warm up so much to this girl in the habit of dreaming too much , for whom hoping is an illness, for whom burying her hands in a ball of dough is the ultimate happiness.

I warmed up to her so much my heart had got as cold as hers as the conclusion drew near, and by the end of it, it didn't even seem to be beating anymore.

I wonder if I will ever be able to claim it back. View all 15 comments. I pretty much went into it with no expectation.

I only knew that it's somehow a retelling of Alice in Wonderland but really, it's the villain's story before she became the notorious Queen of Hearts and that was intriguing enough for me.

Yet, Meyer managed to fill it up with a beautiful and fast-paced story that I was hooked from start to end 5 Red Roses "A finely crafted hat makes a person Yet, Meyer managed to fill it up with a beautiful and fast-paced story that I was hooked from start to end.

Heartless tells the story of a girl named Catherine, who's the daughter of a royal family going by Rock Turtle Cove in the Kingdom of Hearts.

She is deemed to become the Queen as she is pressured by her parents mostly by her mother, the Marchioness to marry the very-available and ever giggling King.

However, her passionate lies elsewhere and that's in her baking. This tale continues with Catherine fighting for what she wants despite so many obstacles.

But we all know how this story turns out in the end Will she take risks and get the bakery of her dreams or lose everything she's worked so hard for to only be crowned as the Queen of Hearts?

Her mother sneered. I've become rather fond of fools. To those who have knowledge of Alice in Wonderland will also recognize side characters like Chesire, the White Rabbit, Mr.

Caterpillar and so on. You know you're good at it, and that knowledge lights you up. That still doesn't take away the fact that it wasn't funny throughout cause it actually was I loved reading how realistic the characters in Heartless were in its traditional and magical sense.

I was so not expecting that. For one, there's no denying that Catherine is flawed. She's short of shy and well-mannered but at the same time she tends to react very quickly.

True to her manners, a lot of the times her mind wanders to sacrificing her own happiness for her family's wishes and to keep her reputation intact but still, she is determined to fight back.

Jest, on the other hand How he treated Catherine throughout this entire book is swoon-worthy and I'm glad that their relationship wasn't instant as it may seems.

The romance in this book you guys was NOT overwhelming. Rotated back. Feb 29, elena rated it really liked it. They were all a little mad, if one was to be forthright.

Okay so, it's a big surprise I enjoyed this. I knew I would simply because it's Marissa Meyer and she did not disappoint me with her Lunar Chronicles series, so I knew this would happen.

Marissa is the only author that is able to write novels that captivate me from the very first sentence. To be honest, I dislike retellings a lot.

I won't say I hate them, but we aren't very good friends. Every retelling I read or try to read ends up unfinished or rated lowly.

Marissa Meyer had me intrigued since the very beginning and I couldn't be happier. Heartless was happy and cute, but it was also heartbreaking and now I am heartless?

I would say that's the word since I don't even know what my hearts for now. Heartless is a well-done and well-written retelling of Alice in Wonderland.

I've also never been the biggest fan of Alice in Wonderland, so I was a little afraid going into this one when Sana asked me if I wanted to BR it with her.

I said yes because I kinda thought she and I would think the same about it and well, I was glad, and I couldn't be happier of us Sana. Our buddy read finally worked!

The Queen of Hearts was actually one of my favorite characters only because she was a bitch and had a rude attitude.

Call me a bitch as well, but I liked her personality. For some reason, I did, but mainly because she's the Queen of Hearts that everyone else despised while I enjoyed her.

Before becoming the rude Queen, Catherine 'Cath' Pinkerton was just a normal girl who wanted to be happy by opening her own bakery with one of her good friends, Mary-Ann, and she wanted to fall in love, to be happy, to know what's it like to be in love.

Before turning into the Queen of Hearts and marrying the infamous King of Hearts, Cath just wanted her own fairytale of falling in love and feeling passion, to be happy while she lived the young life she had.

Her parents, being the strict parents that don't really care what happiness for their daughter is and what it really means, don't want her to do that and don't approve of it.

Instead, they try pushing her into becoming the only girl that can be seen at a royal ball where the King himself can fall in love with her and propose to her, and that is exactly what happens.

The King of Hearts, an immature and childish boy who does not have the capability of ruling a kingdom, proposes to Catherine.

He does not show any love and affection towards her in any way but he does show it to her pastries and desserts, which might be why he proposes to her.

Cath, feeling a disgusted pleasure, does not want to accept this proposal and marry the King. Luckily for her, on the same day, a mysterious and new court joker who goes by the name of Jest, arrives on the same day and steals a glance at Cath, not bothering to care about the interruption he just made.

As Jest entered the ball and was able to talk to Cath in a way, the two start seeing each other more and all that leads to their own private courtship that is both loving but endangering to both, especially Cath.

So to say it all, I loved Heartless! I really don't care what other have to say about this. I think I loved it so much because it was a retelling of the Queen of Hearts and not about Alice.

What made me love this more was that Marissa included so many characters and aspects of the original retelling. So I know the Red Queen and the Queen of hearts are different characters, but the White Queen and Red Queen were mentioned in this novel by Jest which was something that brought back memories from the movie as well.

So to say it all, there were characters from the movie and the original Disney film. We also get such a different setting in this world. It's the world in Wonderland, but it was in the own creation and words of Marissa.

It feels very different reading it when comparing it to the other films since it doesn't have to do much with Alice herself, but I was just glad Marissa was able to top that off as well.

She was able to make this her own and unique world of Wonderland and it fit the characters and the story perfectly. Other kingdoms were mentioned as well and it was great finding out new things I actually didn't know about.

The writing was also something I completely enjoyed! Like I said, Marissa has been the only author that has been able to captivate me into her new worlds and into her writing without complaints since the beginning.

I'm always afraid to read retellings because I always think it will ruin the original fairy tale, but when it comes to Marissa, there's no doubt I'll love it.

Cath was definitely a character I enjoyed reading about. She was a simple and normal girl who wanted to live a life she wanted to live, to choose the path she wanted to choose, not the ones her parents wanted for her.

She was good, understanding, lovely, adorable, and just cute! It's a fantasy book, so I can't relate to characters, but Cath was a character I was able to understand from the beginning until the end.

She had her own dreams and sometimes just wanted to run away and escape the world she was living in because she felt controlled at times by the King and her parents.

She couldn't do everything she pleased or wanted to do, and she had to listen to everyone all the time and deal with it all. She didn't have many friends.

In fact, she didn't have anyone to count on, not even Chesire. She couldn't trust herself to tell anyone anything or meet anyone knew and feel like they would become friends because she's never had the heart to do that.

I sometimes felt bad for Cath and that is part of why I loved her character. She was just cute, that is all.

She was also caring and nice but of course, the teenage girl must become the Queen of Hearts that orders to chop heads off and has everyone hating her.

Another thing I loved about Cath is that she wasn't afraid to find out who this mysterious court joker and what he was up to, Jest.

Jest was just wonderful in every way possible. He is another one of those fictional characters that are added to my book boyfriends list along with other girls and other book boyfriends over there who actually have a girlfriend ; Jest was just the perfect one for Cath.

I wouldn't call them boyfriend and girlfriend because their relationship actually started late, but the way their friendship was growing and turning into small aspects of a relationship was cute.

Cath admitting to herself that she hated how she was falling for Jest immediately was funny, and of course, a book pet peeve of mine is insta love and I honestly hate it, but insta love here was different and I actually didn't mind it which is not something that usually happens.

Never has happened, but with Heartless, history has been made. Cath and Jest both fell for each other and that involved insta love, but I wasn't upset.

The only reason I hate it is because the author didn't write it correctly or in a way where I was able to enjoy it.

There was no love triangle, and thank you, Marissa, for that, so instead love wasn't a problem. I loved them together since the beginning since Jest started his small performance that left the King and everyone else amazed and surprised and then just, left.

Jest was just perfect. The ending doesn't change anything for me and I will love him forever and always. He's there in my heart and I thank him for coming into Cath's life and making it better.

What I mean by that is that he was able to make Cath smile and laugh like no one else and I just loved that. Jest was just amazing in every way and I loved everything about him.

He's a mysterious joker, a swoon-worthy male who had me giggling like a small 5-year-old fangirl because I couldn't get enough of him.

Sana and I swooned over him since the beginning because he was a mysterious dude and he just sounded like those other attractive fictional characters.

A joker. A rook. A mystery. Unlike Jest and Cath, the other characters were the pieces of the book that I did not like in any way.

Actually, I enjoyed the Raven and Chesire, but that's it. The King was very immature, childish, a fool, and did not have any kind of ability to rule a kingdom.

He was a King who was very scared and did not have any protection under him in any way, he did not know how the care for a wife really is, and he couldn't do anything by himself.

He and Cath were not meant to be together in any way and it's obvious from the start, which was another thing I was happy about. The other characters, like Jack and The Mad Hatter, were assholes at times as well.

Jack, first, was the character I hated the most from the beginning besides the King. He was a selfish guy who didn't care about anyone and anything besides himself and I really hated how he didn't try anything new.

The Mad Hatter was a little different than the Hatta we're familiar with. This guy created and gave hats that could turn people into someone else, which is found out as we learn a little more about him.

He was also mysterious, like the Joker, and he was also a selfish guy who didn't care much about the outside but only for himself and what he felt on the inside which was something I didn't like as well.

Even with the complaints I have with almost every other character, this book was just phenomenal! It was just what I needed; it was just the retelling I needed to read and I couldn't be happier to finally find a fairy tale retelling that made me my little red heart happy and then shattered it, not allowing it to feel anything.

Marissa Meyer is just a wonderful writer and I'm so glad she was able to come up with this and write it the way I was expecting it.

I'm really looking forward to her future novels, her upcoming releases, and anything she has in mind. I heard she's into fairy tales a lot so what she will normally write will be retellings and I am just perfectly okay with that.

I loved this a lot, just a lot. I'm not in a hangover, but I feel many emotions towards that ending. Those 4 last words, those 2 words that I read over and over again that made me sad over and over again when I knew that would happen.

I currently hate Sana for that because she kept telling me she had predictions and theories and me being the person that doesn't predict anything or have any theories because they can ruin the whole story for me, was very very mad at her.

I don't ever predict unless it's so obvious and it's like, right there because sometimes I feel like I can or will be right and it will just ruin the whole thing for me.

There won't be a point in reading the rest of the story if I already know what's gonna happen. Even if I spoiled myself, I would just skip to the end and say I finished it by skimming the last few pages or the rest of pages that were left of the book.

I mean, that's happened a lot when I spoil myself so it wouldn't matter to me. View all 42 comments. Feb 10, Anne marked it as did-not-finish Shelves: fairytale , retelling , read-in , sleep-aid.

Yeah, no. Sorry this one just isn't for me. I tried. But, it was just too boring for my personal taste. I should probably mention that I'm not an Alice in Wonderland fan.

I've never read it, and I never plan to. In fact, I've never even made it all the way through the Disney movie. I know it's a classic and all, but even the animated version bores me.

I'm not saying this story is boring, just that it's boring to me. Catherine is the daughter of a marquess, but wants to be a baker.

She's getting pushed into marrying the King of Heart, but she's in love with the Jester. In the background, there's a monster Jabberwocky on the loose.

And since I'm in the very small minority, I'm assuming that all of the above mentioned stuff was wonderful for most of the readers. To me though, it was chock full of equal parts weird and dull.

The world's most snoozworthy romance happening in Trippyville. Yeah, no thanks. I've only DNF'd a small handful of books over the years, but I'm afraid this is going to have to be one of them.

I could lie to myself and say maybe I'll come back to it at a later date , but you and I both know that ain't happening. Due to all the glowing reviews, I don't think most of you will find this book as unreadable as I did, so take my opinion with a grain of salt.

View all 46 comments. Sep 24, Tiea Martin marked it as to-read. View all 4 comments. May 25, P rated it really liked it Shelves: young-adult.

I could feel it everywhere when words were recounted, when songs were chanted and when hearts were broken. Other than that, the book made me giggle continually.

Catherine has the great development since the beginning. Her character is played out an exact direction as a good girl constrained by traditions.

And then she meets Jest, her heart is conveyed out of the path of marrying the King of Hearts. Cath was my main focus through this book. I admired her at first, but around the middle I felt as if her personality was queerly changed.

I should have felt good with it, but I didn't. I was afraid that this book would be another Fairest , a pitiful girl turns villainous by people around her.

Anyhow, the ending was not what I was afraid of, and I was quite satisfied with those twists and turns flipping my stomach and wrenching my heart painfully.

I kinda understood the motivations of the MCs, though. They follows the story that already happened in Alice in Wonderland , which Marissa Meyer tried so hard to respect the original one, and she did well.

The narration is good but slow, and if someone doesn't enjoy the courtesy of the Victorian era as I did, it'll be boring and easy to lose interest since the first few chapters.

By the by, I liked many things of Heartless: its characters, story, twists and magical world which divided by the Looking Glass.

They captured my atttention successfully and made me fall in love with Alice in Wonderland all over again. View all 25 comments.

Nov 30, Sophie rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites. I cried. View all 3 comments. May 26, Joelle Throne of books rated it really liked it Shelves: arc-reviews.

Back when she was just a girl who wanted to fall in love. While being one of the most beautiful girls in wonderland and a favorite of the King of Hearts, as a talented baker all Catherine wants is to open a bakery with her best friend.

Unfortunately, her parents such a dream is absurd for someone who could be the next queen. Not reciprocating the Kings feelings for her, Catherine meets the mysterious yet handsome court joker, Jest, at the royal ball where the kind is to propose to her.

Determined to define her destiny and fall in love on her own terms, she and Jest enter a secret courtship. The first thing I want to clarify as most people seem to be confused on the matter, is that the Queen of Hearts and the Red Queen are not the same person.

People often confuse the two but alas they are not the same. That being said I want to thank Marissa Meyer for writing such a wonderful origin story to one of my favorite villains of all time.

And I am an even bigger fan of villains. Getting to read Marissa's version of the Queen of Hearts' evil origin was incredible.

Catherine was on many levels, one of the most relatable characters I've ever read about. All she wants is to open up a bakery with her best friend Mary Anne.

Baking pastries and delicacies is where her heart belongs. However, her parents want her to seize such silly dreams and focus on other appropriate acts for young ladies such as herself.

That includes marrying the King of Hearts. Even though that is not what she wants, Catherine wants her parents disappointment even less.

Catherine's parents are infuriating people. Not once do they stop to ask her if she is happy. Not once do they stop and consider that this might not be what she wants.

Her mother, is biggest nightmare of them all. Refusing to speak of anything other than her future wedding and queenly status, she hurts Catherine with her words.

She often chastised her for eating too much or even considering having another bite. Comparing her to a hefty animal. Jest, the mysterious new court joker makes her feel -for the first time- what love really is.

He is mysterious, handsome and captivating. She feels gers left drawn to him from the minute she first sees him, and something inside her starts to bloom.

The romance between the two was something that stubbornly latched onto my heart and refused to let go until the very end when it consumed my heart entirely.

I tried not to get hopeful considering we all know how the Queen of Hearts ends up but try as I might, it was impossible.

Unfortunately the pacing was relatively slow for the majority of the book. However, as soon as I began the luscious writing pulled me into the story and I couldn't put the book down.

I was drawn in completely. One thing Marissa can really do is write compellingly. Heartless is such a good title for this book because that is exactly not really!

I'm convinced she should write an Alice in Wonderland retelling because you have to admit, the woman can write one hell of a retelling.

And of course, a villains' beautifully tragic origin story. And the moment everyone's being waiting for let's be honest here you're all waiting for it the comparison to The Lunar chronicles.

Yes, I know many of you want to know if it's better than her Lunar chronicles series and I'll get right to the point. It's not. In my opinion, it was not.

The Lunar chronicles is a far better series and story. Of course, I believe this is due to the fact that it is a standalone. If it had been the beginning of a new series I don't doubt it would have been better paced and plotted out.

I do still recommend you give this story a shot if you're a fan of Alice in Wonderland such as myself or if you love Meyers' other works.

But as I carried on, this book grew darker and darker! Unfortunately, she has no desire to be Queen of the Kingdom of Hearts. He is witty, clever and with a knack for the impossible.

Suddenly Cath finds herself even more desperate than before to avoid engagement to the King. Throw in battles with the Jabberwock and mysterious items coming over from the land of Chess; entered only through the looking glass and a well watched over by three creepy girls and this book has some serious fantasticalness!

But as we all know how the story ends, it was frightening to see how everything would unravel, and there was so much magic and world building, I was both enraptured and heart broken all at the same time!

Aug 15, demi. View all 11 comments. She is the only daughter of Marquess and Marchioness. King of Hearts fancies her to be his wife and Queen of Hearts.

But Catherine has other plans. The throne of Hearts does not appeal her. She is a baker at heart and has a dream of opening her own bakery where she could make delectables that no one has ever tasted.

But that is not the only thing she dreams about. Both her dreams can lead her astray from a reputable life.

She could either choose to follow her dreams or be a part of gentry she despise. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.

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Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Episodes Seasons. Edit Cast Series cast summary: Sebastian Jessen Nadja 8 episodes, Julie Christiansen Emilie Just 8 episodes, Julie Grundtvig Wester Josefine 8 episodes, Thomas Ernst Frederik 8 episodes, Katrine Greis-Rosenthal Ida Just 8 episodes, Marie Boda Clara Just 8 episodes, Petrine Agger Gustav 8 episodes, Laura Christensen Grev Christian Ottman 6 episodes, Shelly Levy Ane 6 episodes, Jens Andersen Mikkel 4 episodes, Morten Holst Edit Storyline Heartless follows Sofie and Sebastian - two siblings with a deep dark and fatal secret.

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Doch die Teenager-Waisen tragen ein düsteres Geheimnis mit sich: Sie sind mit einem jahrhundertealten Fluch belegt, der sie dazu verdammt, ein Leben als Energievampire zu führen. Die zweite Staffel des Teen-Vampirdramas umfasst drei neue Episoden und folgt weiterhin einem Geschwisterpaar, das mit einem dunklen Fluch belegt und auf der Suche nach seiner eigenen Identität ist. Dabei knüpft die Handlung der zweiten Staffel thematisch unmittelbar an die fünf Folgen der ersten Season an. Wenn sie sich nicht beeilen zerfällt ihr Opfer zu Asche. Heartless Serie

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