Red Glove

Red Glove

Holly Black Jesse Eisenberg / Oct 18, 2019

Red Glove Curses and Cons Magic and the Mob Cassel always thought he was an ordinary guy until he realized his memories were being manipulated by his brothers Now he knows the truth he s the most powerful curs

  • Title: Red Glove
  • Author: Holly Black Jesse Eisenberg
  • ISBN: 9780307711854
  • Page: 459
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Curses and Cons Magic and the Mob Cassel always thought he was an ordinary guy, until he realized his memories were being manipulated by his brothers Now he knows the truth he s the most powerful curse worker around A touch of his hand can transform anything or anyone into something else That was how Lila, the girl he loved, became a white cat Cassel was tricked intoCurses and Cons Magic and the Mob Cassel always thought he was an ordinary guy, until he realized his memories were being manipulated by his brothers Now he knows the truth he s the most powerful curse worker around A touch of his hand can transform anything or anyone into something else That was how Lila, the girl he loved, became a white cat Cassel was tricked into thinking he killed her, when actually he tried to save her Now that she s human again, he should be overjoyed Trouble is, Lila s been cursed to love him And if Lila s love is as phony as Cassel s made up memories, then he can t believe anything she says or does.When Cassel s oldest brother is murdered, the Feds recruit Cassel to help make sense of the only clue crime scene images of a woman in red gloves But the mob is after Cassel too they know how valuable he could be to them Cassel is going to have to stay one step ahead of both sides just to survive.

    Red Glove Curse Workers, by Holly Black Red Glove is a better book than the first in the series, White Cat It flows much better and isn t nearly as cumbersome It flows much better and isn t nearly as cumbersome Holly Black has found her stride in book two . Stars red gloves eBay Related red gloves leather red motorcycle gloves red gloves men long red gloves red baseball gloves red short gloves red football gloves dark red gloves red gloves mens Include description Categories All Red Gloves Mittens for Women Red Unisex Gloves Mittens Red Costume Gloves Red Long Gloves Mittens for Women Feedback. Red Glove Curse Workers Holly Black is the author of The Curse Workers series White Cat, Red Glove, and Black Heart The Poison Eaters And Other Stories and the Modern Faerie Tales Tithe, Valiant, and Ironside She is an editor of Zombies vs Unicorns , and she collaborated with The Red Glove The Red Glove is a American film serial directed by J P McGowan for Universal The film is considered to be lost. Red gloves Etsy You searched for red gloves Etsy is the home to thousands of handmade, vintage, and one of a kind products and gifts related to your search Red wool gloves, Red Fingerless Gloves, Red arm warmers, Red Gloves, Red Gloves hippie, Red boho Gloves, Women s Fashion, Feminine Gloves Nazcolleccolors out of stars Red Glove by Holly Black, Paperback Barnes Noble However, thanks to some persuading by Jen, I decided to give Red Glove a go instead of putting it off and I am really glad I did.Red Glove was a great sequel Personally, I really enjoyed Red Glove about ten times than White Cat. Red Latex Gloves Walmart Red Latex Gloves invalid category id Red Latex Gloves Showing of results that match your query Search Product Result Product Roll Case of Red and Black Safety Striped Flagging Tape inch x ft Non Adhesive Product Image Price Product Title. Red Glove Edizioni We design your FUN Benvenuto Siamo sempre disponibili a vedere nuove idee e a valutarle insieme Tutto parte da qui, da questo form che troverai subito sotto Come vedrai, non ti chiediamo nessun regolamento ma una generica descrizione del gioco. Women s Red Leather Gloves Leather Gloves Online Red Red Leather Gloves We carry a huge selection of colorful women s leather gloves in many distinctive styles for every outfit and occasion throughout the year From green leather driving gloves, to red leather dress gloves, to stylish black winter gloves with a pink cuff, every choice is as unique as you are. Red Glove News YouTube Boxing videos, boxing interviews, training footage and

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      • Holly Black Jesse Eisenberg

        Holly Black is the author of bestselling contemporary fantasy books for kids and teens Some of her titles include The Spiderwick Chronicles with Tony DiTerlizzi , The Modern Faerie Tale series, the Curse Workers series, Doll Bones, The Coldest Girl in Coldtown, the Magisterium series with Cassandra Clare , The Darkest Part of the Forest, and her new series which begins with The Cruel Prince in January 2018.She has been a a finalist for an Eisner Award, and the recipient of the Andre Norton Award, the Mythopoeic Award and a Newbery Honor She currently lives in New England with her husband and son in a house with a secret door.


    1. First things first : Let's get the Jace from Mortal Instruments cameo in this book out of the way. Here it is -"That stoner dude, Jace, says he hooked up with someone over the summer," Kevin whispers. "But I hear all the pictures he's showing around are really pictures of his half sister. Fifty bucks says there's no girlfriend."Why am I always recommending the lesser known series? Why is it that some of the crappiest books become the most popular? How is this changed? The only way I know of to f [...]

    2. Review:First off, I need to reiterate that it saddens me to no end, to every end that Holly Black is not only a fangirl of Cassandra Claire, but, due to her fangirlism, unleashed Cassandra Clare and her shitty, melodramatic, poorly written, derivative hackish tripe upon the reading community. But what saddens me even more is that after giving Clare her big break, Clare, now practically an egomaniac of Meyer or Rice proportions, has gone on to be a much bigger name and far more successful despite [...]

    3. Hmm. I'm not sure if it was the high of book one - White Cat - that made this sequel so disappointing but, whatever the reason, I really struggled to get into this one. The story became too involved with many subplots that failed to affect me in any way, stuff like: Sam and Daneca's relationship, Cassel's mother's annoying behaviour, campaigns for worker rights, and Cassel's run-in with two federal agents who are determined to make him work for them.It wasn't bad enough that I won't read Black H [...]

    4. 4.5 stars.Holly Black has taken a steady place among my favorite authors ever and she is perhaps THE favorite in paranormal YA.You think she writes about vampires? Nah. Shapeshifters? Hardly. Angels? Nope. Nephilims? Nuh-uh. Are there mean girls? Jocks? Cheerleaders? Love triangles? Instalove? No, no, no, no and no. Then she CANNOT possibly write paranormal YA. Yet, she does. She writes about curse workers. People, living in an alternate version of our society, very much like ours, where people [...]

    5. As seen on The ReadventurerGlad to report that my my new, unexpected and surprising love affair with Holly Black continues. YES!I approached Red Glove with trepidation, because a few of my book soulmate type friends, whose opinions I rely on, were not very positive about this sequel. But I, thankfully, saw nothing wrong with it. Red Glove is completely on par with its predecessor.So, Cassel is back in school after spending a few months with his conartist mom who curses and charms every rich and [...]

    6. I've been sitting here for an hour trying to figure out what to say about this book in a review. Last summer, I read White Cat (the book prior to this one) and found myself enthralled by a world of curses, crime, and cons -- and at the center of the book was Cassel, a boy who couldn't decide between truth and lie, fact and fiction, good and evil, white and black. It turned out that Cassel was as dichotomous as they come, gray to his core, doing bad things even if he has good reasons for them. He [...]

    7. The smell of Lila's skin, the way her eyes shine with mischief, the low rasp of her voice. It hurts to think of her, but I can't stop. It ought to hurt.After all, hell is supposed to be hot.Hmmm. Well, I just have to say it-If you, for whatever reason, have to put a book on pause and you come back to it and feel like you are still strongly a part of that book's worlden you have an excellent book in your hands, Folks. I have had a busy few weeks, book wise. Blog tour, catching up on a favorite se [...]

    8. I feel like I have very little to say about this book. I liked reading it, but it didn’t inspire me to great heights of joy or disappointment. I like this one a bit less than the first, but that may just be because everything was brand new and exciting in White Cat, and I have to admit that my expectations were low. I will definitely get Black Heart from the library next year, but I don’t feel any desperate yearning for it.I think that my favorite part of this book is that Cassel’s mother [...]

    9. My 150th book for the year and my read in 24 hours for the read-a-thin challenge! I enjoyed this just as much as the first book. It was gripping and interesting, with clever mystery plots and an ending that I genuinely didn't see coming. I love Holly's writing and I love her characters; Cassel is a great character, he's funny and witty and layered. I'm excited to finish this trilogy this year!

    10. 4.5 StarsAt the same time Cassel discovered he was one of the rarest and most powerful curse-workers, he also discovered his family had been deceiving him for many years. Now with his secret out both criminals and feds want him on their side. But choosing sides has to be put on hold until he can figure out who murdered his brother. Red Glove is a better book than the first in the series, White Cat. It flows much better and isn't nearly as cumbersome. Holly Black has found her stride in book two [...]

    11. I’ll state right off that I have a fondness for the way Holly Black writes and may be biased towards her books. I adored Tithe for many of the reasons people despise it. Black’s characters are not whiny ass pansies, they have dark edges and do questionable things, they’re never perfect and I find her books intoxicating because of it. Red Glove is the sequel to White Cat which you must read first if you’re going to read the series. It picks up pretty much where White Cat left off and begi [...]

    12. 4.5-maybe a 5. I'm too scared to "5" it.Holy mother of fuckin' God. Is it 2012 yet?I enjoyed White Cat. A messed up mob family set in a magic realism America, with a male lead who's narrative isn't just incredibly witty and humorous, but moving--I couldn't not have liked it. So, I waited for the sequel patiently. I hadn't even looked at the summary blurb till I bought it.Well, Red Glove blew White Cat out of the water. No--ocean. Earth. The universe. Dimension. Maybe it just annihilated it. Poof [...]

    13. Oh. my. GOSH. I just love Holly Black's books so so so much right now. I JUST NEED TO SCREAM ABOUT HOW GOOD THIS SERIES IS, OKAY?!! It's completely underrated!! Why has not everyone read it??! Why are you still here reading this review? GO READ THE SERIES! OMG! GO! GO! Red Glove is as amazing as White Cat. It totally lives up to it's older sibling, although, to be honest, I did love WHITE CAT the most. But I think it just blew me out of the water with sheer awesomeness, while RED GLOVE maintaine [...]

    14. ***If you haven’t read White Cat, DO NOT read any further. SPOILERS ahead****Red Glove picks up after Cassel finds out his whole life, and memories have been a lie constructed by his crooked brothers and well-meaning mother. You’d think that finding out you’re the rarest form of Curse Workers would be wonderful but unfortunately, this just multiplies Cassel’s problems when both the mob and government want to get their hooks into him. When a family member is murdered, the feds put big-tim [...]

    15. As usual, I was late to the Holly Black bandwagon. I read White Cat Monday night and (my fingers) practically sprinted to the (kindle) bookstore (on ) to pick up Red Glove. I'm officially hooked.I'm in awe of Black's world building. It was so seamless; there were no clunky info dumps or distracting back stories. The history of the curse workers was incorporated into the context of the story in such a way that I felt as though I knew it rather than learned it. (If that makes any sense at all.) Su [...]

    16. I read the first book in the Curse Workers series more than a year ago, so it took me a while to get into Red Glove. I had to resist the urge to browse through the first book because I was under time pressure to read this, and also because I want to see if I would be smart enough to figure out all the cons since the Curse Worker novels are essentially con novels. :PI'm not going to talk about the story in this review to avoid the spoilers for the first book (and it's more fun to see it unfold on [...]

    17. Not as good as book one but I enjoyed the narration. Cassel is still trying to deal with his magic and survive the fall out. At times this became a little too YA.

    18. What a great sequel!! I absolutely love Holly's writing. She creates such a vivid world and makes me not only fall for Cassel but I end up loving the characters she's created no matter how broken or messed up they are. If they were written in another fashion or were in a different story they would have bothered me, but Holly has a way of just "going for it" with her characters that I like. Oh Cassel. Can this boy be any more broken? If you thought Jace was broken in City of Ashes, wait till you [...]

    19. I have a new rule. In January I told myself that if the first book in a series is not good then I will not continue on with the rest but of course I didn't stick with that and I very glad that I didn't. So my new rule is give a series at least 2 books, then decided if it is worth it. I have ended up liking at least 4 series this way. The second book seems to seal the deal for me. This book is no exception it is so much better than the first imo. I don't know if it is because I knew what to expec [...]

    20. Я не люблю писать рецензии на вторые книги в серии. Потому что они слишком сильно привязаны к первой и последней частям своей серии, и оценивать их как нечто отдельное и самостоятельное крайне сложно. "The Curse Workers" в этом плане сильно выделяется. "Красная Перчатка" является пр [...]

    21. Cross-posted with my tumblr. I never thought I would give a Curse Workers book a rating lower than four stars. Guess you just live and learn.But the really funny thing is, there isn't anything wrong with the book itself. Cassel is starting his senior year and dealing with the fallout from the previous books' events: (view spoiler)[ the discovery of his powers, the deal with Zacharov, and, of course, the fact that his mother worked on Lila, the girl he was pining for, and forced her to love him.( [...]

    22. Up until a few months ago, Cassel Sharpe has spent his whole life feeling ordinary and inferior in a family full of powerful workers. Now he knows the truth: he is the most powerful of them all. He is able to transform anything- including people- into anything else with a single touch of his hand. Cassel is still struggling to extract the truth from a life-time of lies when the Feds come to Cassel with the news that his eldest brother, a notorious hitman, has been murdered, and they need Cassel [...]

    23. "You were always good, Cassel," he says as he closes the door. "No idea how you turned out that way -you just did."Yeah, I think time has come for me to deal with the crush I have for this guy here. I'm helpless, and the funny thing is that I thought it couldn't get worse than it was when I finished the first book -and then what? Turns out it could.“You're like this leopard who's pretending to be a house cat.”After all, I wouldn't say it's all my fault, either. Cassel is one of the most intr [...]

    24. Ok, so I really like this series a lot! It's just SO different than anything else out there!! If you read my review of White Cat, you may remember that I had a hard time getting into it at first. This is not the case with Red Glove. I loved every minute of it. I've always been a big fan of mobster movies, and I'm also a huge fan of paranormals, so this series is perfect because it combines the two.This book starts out where White Cat left off. It jumps right into the swing of things, immediately [...]

    25. This is very much what I had hoped the first book would be--the struggle to define, understand, and find morality in the application of power while surrounded by people who mean you harm. Things are truly complicated for Cass as pressure mounts on all sides, but this pressure is not without relief as he struggles to find happiness with the (very few) friends he has come to trust.I was going to declare spoilers for the first book and go on about some of the details, but I think I'll just skip all [...]

    26. Final rating: 1/5 starsDNF - dropped it around 5th chapter.I am officially dropping the series, it has been to painful to read this one. I expected so much more, but all i got were annoying (especially main) characters and not so good story. I really tried to like this series, i really did, and i was so hyped to read the books, but i just couldn't finish it, even if it is short book. Mostly it was dropped due to lack of interest. I also don't like not finishing books, so this makes my first.♦s [...]

    27. Just as entertaining, refreshing and captivating as the first book in the series. I love the dialogue, the characters, the way nothing is as black and white as it seems and how Black weaves lots of trails of mystery throughout the story threads with surprising reveals. Also loving the tension and dynamics in Cassel's relationships: Lila (so much sexual tension and trickery with complicated history and situations), Sam and Danica (it's tricky for Cassel to know when to be honest in his friendship [...]

    28. 4.5-This is one of the most original and interesting YA series I have read. Great characters, great concept, unlike anything you have seen before in paranormal YA (but with plenty of the good stuff we know and love: mysterious loner dude, unrequited childhood love, absent/crazy parents, prep schools!). Black also tackles some more serious issues with worker rights, really appreciate that she made that such a big part of the story. I only found out about it through the many outstanding reviews he [...]

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