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Bedlam Boyz (Urban Elves Book 3) (English Edition)

Bedlam Boyz (Urban Elves Book 3) (English Edition) [Kindle Edition]

Ellen Guon
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Prequel to Bedlam's Bard

When one of her friends is gunned down, Kayla uses her latent healing powers to heal her friend—and the gang member who shot him—and soon the city's gangs are eager to use her powers for evil.

At the publisher's request, this title is sold without DRM (DRM Rights Management).


  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 413 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 293 Seiten
  • Gleichzeitige Verwendung von Geräten: Keine Einschränkung
  • Verlag: Baen Books; Auflage: 1 (21. Dezember 2012)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • Text-to-Speech (Vorlesemodus): Aktiviert
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Ich gestehe ich schwanke zwischen 3 und 5 Sternen: Insbesondere der Anfang der Geschichte, als das Straßenkind Kayla bei einem Überfall ihre Magie entdeckt ist super.
Die Story ist spannend und fesselnd. Mich störten aber zum einen Formatierungsfehler, durch die ab und zu komische Zeichen im Text erscheinen (nicht oft und sie behindern den Lesefluss nicht) und zum anderen das Ellen Guon in ihrer Geschichte immer mehr Elemente hinzupackt. Es sind fast ein wenig zu viele Schwierigkeiten für einen Band, so daß manche Konflikte sehr überraschend aufgelöst werden.
Leider habe ich noch keine Fortsetzung gefunden.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Loved it 18. Januar 2013
Von Amathera
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Sehr aufregender Teil von Urban Elves, ohne dass man die anderen Teile gelesen haben muss.
Ich konnte es nicht weglegen.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen This Book Was Wonderful 11. Mai 1999
As a fan of fantacy books that feel free to interact with the mundane, I can't help but love this novel. Ellen has knocked herself out in bringing the main characthers alive. I've read it many times and can't wait to read it once more!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Ellen please write more 29. Dezember 1998
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I read Bedlam Boyz several years ago, and have been checking for more from Ellen Guon ever since. I write this mostly to encourage Ellen to please write more! I started with Mercedes Lackey but have found Ms. Lackey to be increasingly and annoyingly whiny in her books. Ellen Guon has just the right combination of attention to character and plot, a balance which Ms. Lackey has lost. Ellen -- please write more!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Healer... or Teenager? 10. August 2003
Von MS - Veröffentlicht auf
Is it possible to be both a normal teenager and a healer? Kayla sets out to prove that it is indeed possible and emerges mostly victorious in the end.
Along the way she encounters gang violence (typical in Los Angeles, I suppose, but I bet you didn't realize there were evil elves involved in drug deals!), a rather interesting pot of stew (do YOU want to be the featured dinner presentation?) and a brief love interest.
This book is part of the Urban Fantasy series that Mercedes Lackey and others have written, including Summoned to Tourney, Knights of Ghosts and Shadows, Bedlam's Bard, Born to Run, and Wheels of Fire. This part of the series is more recent and up to date than the others which were written in the mid-90s.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent book 17. September 2004
Von Jami - Veröffentlicht auf
I just finished reading it on Baen's website, where they have a bunch of books available online to read. I've always been a fan of her work, and this lives up to the expectations I have of her. :)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Confused Mage 5. März 2013
Von Arthur W. Jordin - Veröffentlicht auf
Bedlam Boyz (1993) is the third Fantasy novel in the Bedlam's Bard series, following Summoned to Tourney. The initial work in this series is Knight of Ghosts and Shadows.

In this novel, Kayla Smith is an orphan. She doesn't know what happened to her parents, but it involved police cars and yellow tape. She was in a foster home, but the husband was a little too interested in her friend Liane.

Liane is too pretty. Men follow her with their eyes. She runs away with Kayla.

Billy is also in the same foster household. He agrees to run
away with the girls.

Elizabet Winters is a psychologist. She is a civilian employee of the Los Angeles Police Department.

Carlos Hernandez is the leader of the Tyrone Street Boys. His girlfriend is Roberta.

Ramon is a younger brother of Carlos. He likes Roberta, but doesn't hit on her.

In this story, Kayla is living with Liane and Billy in a suite of an abandoned building within Los Angeles. They get their food and other needs by shoplifting. Kayla has a headache again and they are looking for some aspirins.

Billy and Liane stay up front while Kayla searches for the pills in the back. She slips a bottle in her pocket and heads for the front. Then she hears gunshots and Liane screams.

Kayla runs to the front and finds a man wearing a long leather coat standing with a rifle in his hands. Two people are lying in the blood near the counter. Billy is holding Liane and both are frozen near the magazine rack.

The man with the rifle raises it toward Kayla and she rushes him. She grabs the rifle and tries to pull it from this hands. He pushes her away and she lands on the floor.

Then Billy tackles the gunman. They both fall on the floor and the rifle goes off. Both Billy and the gunman are shot.

Kayla goes to Billy and holds him. Then blue light comes from her hands and heals Billy. The gunman begs for healing and Kayla can't refuse.

The police appear and take away the gunman. Billy is rushed to the hospital. Kayla and another witness are transported to the station

The police are polite, but thorough. Then Elizabet is called into the case to handle the runaway juvenile. Elizabet sees the magic on Kayla and takes her home instead of putting her in juvenile detention.

Elizabet shows Kayla gold and white magic coming from her hands and insists on talking about the magic. By the time they go to bed, Kayla is beginning to trust Elizabet and starting to believe in magic.

Meanwhile, Carlos meets the gunman in jail and learns about Kayla. He believes in bruja -- witches and wizards -- and gathers his homeboys after he is releases. They kidnap Kayla and take her back to Tyrone Street.

Kayla meets Ramon in the car after the kidnapping. He is not cold and abrupt with her like Carlos. Kayle does things for Ramon when he asks her nicely.

This tale brings Elves into LA. The gang invading the turf of the Tyrone Street Boys is being supplied by the Elflord of Los Vegas. Another Elflord is already working within LA and becomes interested in Kayla as a mage.

A small war breaks out in LA. The next installment in this sequence is Beyond World's End.

Highly recommended for Lackey & Guon fans and for anyone else who enjoys tales of magical talent, confused mages, and interesting relationships. Read and enjoy!

-Arthur W. Jordin
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good story, excellent intro to Urban Fantasy and Urban Elves... but proofreading or computer errors got in the way. 12. Juni 2013
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I admit, I'm not familiar with Urban Fantasy. I'm far more accustomed to the "knights in shining armor" style "high" fantasy set in medieval times--or the story's analog to them, and I tend to stay away from big city stuff for more personal reasons.

That being the case, I can officially consider this story my introduction to the genre... this in spite of having bought two other books in the set years ago (The "Bedlam Bard" omnibus and the "Chrome Borne" omnibus, both by a favorite author and both unopened).

As a STORY, it was good.
Outside of my usual experience, so it's hard to say how good. But having a favorite author (Mercedes Lackey of the Valdemar novels) write part of the series helped me to give it a try, even if she didn't write this particular entry.

There is one problem that seriously interfered. I'm usually fairly good at ignoring typos and similar errors, provided I'm not reading a story for the purpose of critiquing. But some errors are too hard to ignore; they interfere too much with the experience of the story.
I chose, recently, to assume that the problem could have been a computer glitch. I tried deleting the story from my Kindle and re-downloading it; I tried downloading it to my computer and my tablet. The errors remained.
They are as follows:
1) at least three separate sections in which several paragraphs in a row were completely italicized.
One of these sections looked like a dream sequence, so I could pass that one off as a stylistic choice, but the others looked as though someone had forgotten to turn off italics until the next passage that required it. Given that the beginning and end of these sections should have been italicized (internal thoughts, usually), this further suggests a mistake.
2) Text that might serve a purpose in the "code" of the file, but which is nothing more than garbage characters within the actual story.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Read 10. September 2013
Von Lynn C. - Veröffentlicht auf
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This book was very entertaining to read and kept my interest through the whole book. It ranks right there with Mercedes Lackey style writing.
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