La Bella E La Bestia

La Bella E La Bestia Catherine eine h bsche und intelligente junge Frau f hrt das sorgenlose und unbeschwerte Leben einer reichen Anwaltstochter bis sie eines Tages Vincent begegnet und sich ihr Leben von Grund auf nde

  • Title: La Bella E La Bestia
  • Author: Barbara Hambly
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 315
  • Format: Paperback
  • Catherine, eine h bsche und intelligente junge Frau, f hrt das sorgenlose und unbeschwerte Leben einer reichen Anwaltstochter, bis sie eines Tages Vincent begegnet und sich ihr Leben von Grund auf ndertVor der atemberaubenden Kulisse New Yorks variiert diese romantische Liebesgeschichte ein altes M rchenthema Sie bezieht ihre Spannung und ihre besondere Atmosph re ausCatherine, eine h bsche und intelligente junge Frau, f hrt das sorgenlose und unbeschwerte Leben einer reichen Anwaltstochter, bis sie eines Tages Vincent begegnet und sich ihr Leben von Grund auf ndertVor der atemberaubenden Kulisse New Yorks variiert diese romantische Liebesgeschichte ein altes M rchenthema Sie bezieht ihre Spannung und ihre besondere Atmosph re aus dem ungeheuren Kontrast zwischen den Pal sten der Reichen und den Slums der Verbitterten und Ausgesto enen.

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    About "Barbara Hambly"

    1. Barbara Hambly

      aka Barbara HamiltonRanging from fantasy to historical fiction, Barbara Hambly has a masterful way of spinning a story Her twisty plots involve memorable characters, lavish descriptions, scads of novel words, and interesting devices Her work spans the Star Wars universe, antebellum New Orleans, and various fantasy worlds, sometimes linked with our own I always wanted to be a writer but everyone kept telling me it was impossible to break into the field or make money I ve proven them wrong on both counts Barbara Hambly

    632 thoughts on “La Bella E La Bestia”

    1. Barbara Hambly did an excellent job of novelizing the pilot of the TV series from the late 1980s. She filled in extra background in an interesting way and added a subplot which may or may not have been from a later episode. I didn't recognize that storyline. There were character points in it which I recognized but they seemed blended into a new thread. Catherine's recovery and much of her Above scenes were dull reading since it is Below that I care about. It was that that way with the series als [...]


    2. Excellent novelization of the twenty-year-old TV series. This book kept Vincent and Catherines fresh in my mind until the bean counters finally released the series on DVD.If you love the old story of "Beauty and the Beast" and want to enjoy the tale set in our modern world then this book and series is for you. Catherine, a beautiful but lost corporate lawyer, is mugged leaving a party one night in New York. Her attackers slash her face and dump her barely alive in Central Park. A hooded figure f [...]


    3. Ok guilty pleasure time This book (and please do not confuse it with the current re-imaging being aired on TV) is one of a number of guilty admissions (bracing myself for sarcastic comments) but let me try and explain. It was the year I finished school and was preparing to go to university. I was working at a grocery store where i was working as part of the twilight crew (thankfully no connecting to the books) where we basically went in to the store after hours to restock and resupply the store [...]


    4. Ok, so maybe this isn't the most advanced or sophisticated literary work I could be reading right nowbut I've been watching the old 80s TV show "Beauty and the Beast," and when I found the novelizations online, I couldn't resist. It's just a little of romantic fluff to read after the long days at work. I guess I still wish that fairy tales came true :-)


    5. 3.5 stars(NOTE: This review is for "Beauty and the Beast" by Barbara Hambly, which novelized the pilot episode of the 1987 TV series of the same name. For some reason has the third book, "Song of Orpheus," listed as an alternate edition of this book rather than a separate novel entirely. As of 03/27/2017, I have not read Books #2 or #3 of this series.)I haven't seen the television series, but this book made me want to see the interaction and between Catherine and Vincent. Barbara Hambly's style [...]


    6. The year was 1996 BA (Before !) I had to special order this book through the mail from a bookseller who specialized in out-of-print/hard to find books. How happy I was when it finally arrived! As a die hard fan of the TV show thanks to VHS and cable reruns I HAD to own all the copies of the tie-in books and yes, I now own all 3 seasons on DVD. I first read this book at the library and found Masques at a used book store.Beauty and the Beast is the novelization of the TV show's season one pilot, O [...]


    7. In the beginning, I rolled my eyes a bit. But I must admit I was hooked to this pulp novel after the first few chapters. The author might not be a Nobel laureate, but she can spin a story, and she makes the characters much more believable than the actors did. I didn't watch the pilot until after I read the book, but in my opinion the book is a lot better, and I was disappointed to realize most of Vincent's story (which I enjoyed as much as Catherine's) wasn't filmed at all. I think if I had seen [...]


    8. 3.5I was looking through my local libraries shelf as a teenager when I found this book. Of course I had sporadically watched the tv-show while it ran on tv but I was too young to completely grasp the story at the time.I have to admit to re-reading this several times. It was what I was craving at the time,a 100% fairytale-esque romance book.I wouldnt call it the greatest work of literature ever written,but it is a good one.Recommends.


    9. This book, a novelizaion of the pilot of the TV series Beauty and the Beast, stays true to the series and even elaborates some of the behind the scenes action that we didn't get do see during the months that Catherine was recuperating. All in all, a good book, and a must-have for Beauty and the Beast fans,


    10. A wonderful novelisation of the pilot of one of my favourite TV shows. I really loved the way it was done. It remained true to the characters, even when enlarging on what happened in the pilot. It also added some loved characters who appeared later in the series, which was appreciated.


    11. I read this mostly because it's by Barbara Hambly, who is one of my favorite authors. Nice, but not her best work.I recommend it if you're a BATB fan, or a Barbara Hambly fan.


    12. Once upon a time, I did swear I was not going to read any more movie or tv tie-ins. Obviously, I lie. (But hey, this one was by Barbara Hambly! How could I resist?)


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