The Dark Heroine

It is difficult to start reading any book if you are troubled earthly problems and chaste questions, you might think I'm too dark people and to choose a little strange kind of literature..
our choices for reading used to not depend on us, the book covers only the dark embellished sadness romance framework in mysterious mystical representations of a society in which we live or are guessing once people thus lived alongside one another.
Eternal mystical chemist probably divided with one hand above us through genetic inheritance, one run marathons eternal and win medals others write and winning Oscars.
What do I do with this my little girl who read with their 10 year  Agatha Christie;  about Watson and Mr. Holmes..though the book for a little more grown persons..course to differ children reading and reading in adulthood.

!If it pleased Almighty God to give his wife share the same mental faculties as a man, then to me, the worms of the earth that we must obey his will! "Strossmayer in 1860 when he defended Mary Juric Zagorka before a management council of Obzor, when opposed receive them to associate, because they said that the reputation of Obzor fall if the audience finds out that "there working woman". Moreover, ordered the editorial Obzor to Zagorka employed as a political associate and consultant Hungarian-Croatian politics.

The Dark Heroine is a series of vampire-themed fantasy romance novels written by English author Abigail Gibbs, published by HarperCollins in 2012.

no I have not acquired the habit and probably never will read through tablets or computers;books must remain a book in paper form, turning the hand sheet by sheet..
Dinner with a Vampire
na našem prijevodu ¨¨večera sa vampirom


Violet Lee is a London-born teenager who is subsequently kidnapped in an act of unexpected mercy by a group of vampires in Trafalgar Square after witnessing the mass-murder of a group of men at the hands of her kidnappers. This group of vampires in particular are Vampire Royalty, their family being the Varns. Violet is taken to the Varns' home, known as Varnley in the novel, where she is held hostage involuntarily for several months. In the time that Violet is held captive, she unwillingly finds herself attracted to the heir of the Vamperic Throne - Kaspar Varn. With this attraction comes great consequences, as Violet learns towards the end of the book.
Upon arrival the Varns present Violet with a choice: allow them to turn her into a vampire, or be forever stuck at the kingdom against her will. In a state of disbelief and disgust (more so because she is a vegetarian and knows they drink human blood), Violet objects to being turned a vampire almost immediately.
Shortly after Violet's arrival it is revealed that her father, Michael Lee, is the Secretary of State for Defence, and Violet finds out that her father had known about vampires and other "dark beings" all along, and also knew exactly who had taken her.
The novel focuses on the nature of both Violet's world and the Varns' world - two worlds that, Violet learns, should never be mixed. The name of the series The Dark Heroine comes from a prophecy in the novel, known as The Prophecy of the Heroines, which is one of the most major themes in the series as a whole.

Abigail Gibbs was born and raised in deepest, darkest Devon. She is currently studying for a BA in English at the University of Oxford and considers herself a professional student, as the real world is yet to catch up with her. Her greatest fear is blood and she is a great advocate of vegetarianism, which logically led to the writing of her first novel, Dinner With A Vampire. At age fifteen, she began posting serially online under the pseudonym Canse12, and after three years in the internet limelight, set her sights towards total world domination. She splits her time between her studies, stories and family, and uses coffee to survive all three. 

Devon is a large county in southwestern England. County is sometimes called Devonshire, although the term is rarely used within the county.

Devon borders with Cornwall to the west, and the counties of Dorset and Somerset to the east. Its southern coast is located on the English Channel and the northern coast out to the Bristol Channel. The name "Devon" derives from the kingdom of Dumnonia, which was home to the Celtic tribes that were inhabited by the British in the peninsula during the Roman invasion of 43 BC. Cr.

Devon is the fourth largest county in England and has 1,141,600 inhabitants. The capital city is Exeter. Plymouth is the largest town in Devon. Much of the county is rural area (including the National Park), with low population density to British standards.

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looks like the registration number of the book of our university library Josip Juraj Strossmayer,
 City and University Library Osijek (GISKO) acts as a library with a dual function; as the central (home) Public / National Library of Osijek and Osijek-Baranja County and the central university / research library of Josip Juraj Strossmayer with the basic objective of ensuring the availability of all types of information (scientific, educational, professional, cultural, etc.) on various media (printed material: books, magazines, newspapers, etc., AV material, electronic media, etc.) the broadest range of existing and potential customers - the citizens of Osijek and Osijek-Baranja county and the students, professors, scientific, technical and other employees University of Osijek. The library is in their actions guided by the principles of excellence and expertise, social sensitivity, openness, accountability and benefits to the community of real and potential users by building a distinct personality largest public library in north-eastern Croatian, building and nurturing a relationship of trust users in the stability and value of its information resources, services and services and supporting an atmosphere of efficiency and effectiveness.
 Strossmayer (Osijek, February 4, 1815 - Djakovo, April 8, 1905) was a Croatian bishop, theologian, politician, founder of Central Croatian scientific and cultural institutions as well as a writer and patron. He was one of the most important and influential Croatian personalities of the 19th century.
He then studied theology in Budapest, where in 1834 received his doctorate in philosophy. In 1838 he was ordained, and two years residing in Petrovaradin as vicar. Two years later (1840) he went to Augustineum in Vienna and in 1842 he became a doctor of theology and professor of canon law at the University of Vienna, laying dissertation on the problem of ecclesial unity. Already during his education he followed the Illyrian movement in Croatia. From 1842 to 1847 Professor of the seminary of Dakovo, and then for two years in a Vienna court chaplain and one of the three directors in Augustineum. At that time he also taught canon law at the University of Vienna.
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