Marc Levy ebook Sept jours pour une éternité

Marc Levy ✓ 9 review

S paths from the very start of the contest Nor did they imagine that they could fall in love “A love story that is both funny and moving” Le ParisienOne of France’s bestselling authors Marc Levy’s novels have been translated into 45 languages and over 27 million copies of his books have been sold worldwide. 25 starsThis book was a little confusing and I think the reason was the translation There were things that didn t made sense anyway it was ok But very confusing from the beginning till the end So I don t really have what to say about it still trying to figure it out

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Sept jours pour une éternité

Hing young woman named Zofia Lucifer picks Lucas a male demon with devilishly good looks The battlefield present day San Francisco The winner will rule mankind forever after they have seven days for an eternity Neither God nor the Devil could foresee that the two rivals unaware of the other’s identity would cros. I liked the concept of the story but not how it was developed The Breach of Crowns picks Lucas a male demon with devilishly good looks The battlefield Icebergs present day San Francisco The winner will rule mankind forever after they have seven days for an eternity Neither God nor the Devil could foresee that the two rivals unaware of the other’s identity would cros. I liked the concept of the story but not how it was developed

summary · E-book, or Kindle E-pub ✓ Marc Levy

They’ve tried to destroy each other for centuries but they’ve failed So God and the Devil plan a contest to finally decide who will rule eternity each will send their top candidate to earth The champions will have seven days to draw mankind towards good or evil respectively God picks his favorite angel a ravis. They had only 7 days to turn it into their own eternityI love this book My favourite by Marc and one of my all time favouritesI fell in love with this story as soon as I heard what it s about Characters are amazing deep real light You sympathize them throughout this book and till the end Just absolutely stunningAnd it was one of the few books with which I cried so hard in the endbut you ll see that this book ends differently when you ll read itJust catches you until the last page and never let you goRead it


10 thoughts on “Sept jours pour une éternité

  1. says:

    I never really got into this one The main idea God and Satan agree to send one agent each to Earth in order to battle for the future of humanity is never fully explored or even explained We are given no idea what the agents' powers are the de

  2. says:

    One of my favorite book from mark levy

  3. says:

    They had only 7 days to turn it into their own eternityI love this book My favourite by Marc and one of my all time favouritesI fell in love with this story as soon as I heard what it's about Characters are amazing deep real light Y

  4. says:

    I liked the concept of the story but not how it was developed

  5. says:

    Little moments that make you explode in audible laughter little moments that make you tear up little sections you pause to reread that is what I love about reading

  6. says:

    Ultimately one of my favourite books I really loved the romance and the characters The fantasy elements were light but appreciated I expect that if I ever read it again now that I am mature and have read books I will probably find fault to the story but who cares? I remember loving it so much and I think it is a fantastic feeling r

  7. says:

    What happens when the Devil and God send out there two best agents for a seven day test to end the timeless battle of good vs evil? The story jumped around a lot going between the two main characters the one doing the bad and then

  8. says:

    The angeldemon part was a bit off in this story because I thought it was just a cute love story Levy created a couple in which the demonLucas falls in love with the angelZofia the good and the bad somewhat the opposites are attracted togethe

  9. says:

    25 starsThis book was a little confusing and I think the reason was the translation There were things that didn't

  10. says:

    I liked the general idea of this battle between God and the Devil about who is entitled to rule over the earth It was also u

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