Mafiosa

  • Title: Mafiosa
  • Author: Catherine Doyle
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mafiosa A blood war rages on the streets of Chicago Protected by an infamous mafia family Sophie is living a dangerous lie pretending to lead a normal life But the deceit can t last for ever Her heart belon
    A blood war rages on the streets of Chicago.Protected by an infamous mafia family, Sophie is living a dangerous lie, pretending to lead a normal life But the deceit can t last for ever Her heart belongs to a killer and Sophie s the prime target of a rival clan She s determined to seek revenge on her mother s murderers, but can she pay the price can she be a mafiosa ThA blood war rages on the streets of Chicago.Protected by an infamous mafia family, Sophie is living a dangerous lie, pretending to lead a normal life But the deceit can t last for ever Her heart belongs to a killer and Sophie s the prime target of a rival clan She s determined to seek revenge on her mother s murderers, but can she pay the price can she be a mafiosa The third and final instalment in the explosive YA Blood for Blood series which started with Vendetta and Inferno.

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      Published :2019-02-05T08:34:01+00:00

    About Catherine Doyle


    1. Catherine Doyle grew up in the West of Ireland She holds a first class BA in Psychology and a first class MA in Publishing She is the author of the Young Adult Blood for Blood trilogy Vendetta, Inferno and Mafiosa , which is often described as Romeo and Juliet meets the Godfather It was inspired by her love of modern cinema Her debut Middle Grade novel, The Storm Keeper s Island Bloomsbury, 2018 , is an adventure story about family, bravery and self discovery It is set on the magical island of Arran, where her grandparents grew up, and is inspired by her ancestors real life daring sea rescues Aside from conventional interests in movies, running and travelling, Catherine also enjoys writing about herself in the third person.


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    1. The first chapter of Mafiosa is available here: chickenhousebooks/wp-

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    2. Mafiosa was by far my most anticipated instalment for 2017. So imagine how ecstatic I was to find it on my doorstep on January 30th, a couple of days before the official release date. I swear, I didn't make the Godfather an offer he couldn't refuse. So, I sat down and went through this in a breeze before the year had even ended. The fact that the sequel Inferno remains my favourite book in the series means that not everything about Mafiosa went according to plan. For the most part, Mafiosa was t [...]

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    3. I'm seriously dying while I wait for this book. Cat is killing me with the POVs and she already let us know how the book begins! Here's first chapter. I can't wait anymore. All these little sneak peeks and the POVs are making me anxious!! I NEED MY LUCA DAILY DOSE NOW.____________________THE COVERIt's definitely my favorite one of the three!________________Okay, so there isn't a cover, not even a title And you expect me to wait a year to read this?!I'm used to waiting. You won't win Doyle, you w [...]

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    4. To begin with, it's such an amazing way to start a new year by reading a great book like this one. I broke the record of my many “first times” while reading this book. For one, it’s my first time to finish reading a book in a day. It’s my first time to feel so satisfied with all the cheesy interactions between Luca and Sophie. And it’s also the first time I didn’t spoil myself by reading the last pages first. :DThere's no denying that Mafiosa is my most favorite instalment in the Blo [...]

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    5. 4.75-5 stars I can't decide but I was emotionally slaughtered after finishing it so that alone deserved a 5ANYWAY,Where do I start?This has been one of my most anticipated 2017 reads. A bit nervous too, since I love Inferno a lot and I was excited and scared to see how Cat would top that one, but guysMafiosa*heavy sighs*There are some flaws to the plot (view spoiler)[I still haven't made peace with the face that Luca ditched his family in the end to go be with Sophie, and after intense discussio [...]

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    6. 5Violent RomanticismSTARS"Whatever is done for love always occurs beyond good and evil."Mis primer 5 estrellas del 2017.Tuve un año para realizar teorías de todo lo que podría pasar en este libro. Pero la autora tomo el camino que no me esperaba y me hizo completamente feliz.Sin duda esta trilogía llego de sorpresa, tomo el tan utilizado tema de la mafia y le dio un toque fresco, con personajes jóvenes, que en realidad actúan como adolescentes.Esta historia me dio algo que pocas veces veo [...]

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    7. I don't know how to rate this, I enjoyed it but at the same time not so much. EDIT: 27/05/16THE COVER! THE TITLE! GIANLUCA SLAY MELUCA X SOPH AS MAFIA KING AND QUEEN

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    8. Mafiosa is a terrific conclusion for Blood for Blood trilogy and without any doubt deserves a five star rating. It's one of those series that started weak but the sequels improved a lot when it comes to the plot, characters and twists. This finale filled everything I'm looking for in a mafia novel and Catherine Doyle saved it all for last. After tragedy hits on Sophie Gracewell in the previous book, she has nowhere to go and was officially under the Falcone family's protection. She's grieving fo [...]

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    9. Don't get me wrong, I would fight tooth and nail for Luca, who was, again, amazing. I don't think he's ever disappointed me, and given my usual contempt for this kind of mafia ish male-lead, that's saying something : he's respectful, smart, protective in all the ways that count and absolutely adorable. Yet even him couldn't make me stomach the absolute bullshit that was Mafiosa. ✘ The plot was erratic at best, throwing the most unbelievable twists in our face over and over, and if the whole se [...]

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    10. it's been more than a month since i've read this and i've finally have my review up on my blog--so if you're interested, you can read that by clicking HERE. i will be posting it up later tomorrow if that isn't your thing though's up now!* * W A R N I N G * *this review might contain spoilers from books 1 & 2!I don't know was it was about this book, but I'm just kind of confused? I didn't love it, I didn't hate it, and I didn't necessarily even like it. There's just this sort of indifference [...]

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    11. 4.99 "casulties of mafia blood war" stars After the shuttering loss, pain and suffering came into Sophie's life and everything is taken away from her, she breaks down and falls into the abyss of darkness and grief. Luca and Nic are lingering by offering her compassion and support but she refuses Nic and falls into Luca's arms. But it's wrong and for the wrong reasons at that moment and Luca is strong enough for both of them to give her space to find her peacebut soon after Luca is embracing her, [...]

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    12. 3.5 to 4*I consider myself lucky that I could move straight onto this book because hate it when I have to wait.This picks up straight from 'Inferno' and Sophie is wearing more masks these days, she's struggling with the loss of her mother, settling into her new family, training to become an assassin and by day she's just your average school girl.All the same characters are in play, Millie again proves herself to be an amazing and loyal best friend and my favourite character in the whole book. Is [...]

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    13. I received an Advance Reader Copy from the publisher. This in no way impacted on my view.This series quickly became a favourite of mine when I first read Vendetta. Deeply within the mafia world of Chicago, our MC, Sophie, now knows that she is a member of the Marino crime family, the family that her friends, the Falcones, want to kill. She's gone to the Falcones, and Luca, in particular, for help and protection, now that she has no one left. As she becomes a fully fledged member, she is torn bet [...]

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    14. Its getting to a point that unless the book is phenomenal I usually will put the book off to the side till the series it completely out and then eventually get back and read them all. However this is a trilogy I've loved since the beginning and have read every book the moment I could get my hands on it. I've ordered the first and last book off of BookDepository because it wasn't on yet so I had to wait a little long to get this 3rd book and it was well worth the wait.If you haven't read book on [...]

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    15. Once again, I have a message for Luca. I read it in a day! I forgot how much I loved these books and now the trilogy has ended I'm just hoping Catherine Doyle will continue writing thrillers. Or maybe even give Nic his own trilogy? I just know I'm not ready to say goodbye to this world.Mafiosa is more like 3/3.5 stars but I'm giving it 4. Book two remains the best.

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    16. The Blood for Blood trilogy is fast paced, action packed and pulls on every single heartstrings and honestly, I'm not sure I'm ready to let go. This trilogy has everything you could want; romance, action, friendship, mystery, humour, brilliant characters, a fantastic plot and so much. I adore Catherine Doyle's writing style, it's so easy, read and flows beautiful and yet it almost feels like each chapter is constructed as a movie scene. It's utterly addictive and I absolutely cannot wait to see [...]

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    17. *5/5 ALL THE STARS*This book blew my mind! I cannot tell you how emotional it all made me, I read it whole in one sitting and couldn't even stop thinking about it the next day. It's dark, questionable, full of action and suspense. Breathtaking and heartbreaking. This series is truly very memorable for me and I know it will remain as one of my favourite series of all time! Plus I think we can all agree that Luca Falcone is the best!Review (kinda) of Blood for Blood short stories. You can find all [...]

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    18. And so this Romeo and Juliet meets the Mafia modern day YA comes to an endAND IT WAS MENTAL!!!! I mean that in a very good way. This book was another rollercoaster ride of cute boys, blood revenge, deception, murder, intrigue etc etc and I enjoyed every second of it. Like okay the ending disappointed me a little because it kinda simpered out rather than ended on a huge gloriously dramatic bang But the rest of the book was gloriously theatrical and just a whole lotta fun to read. Sophie is still [...]

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    19. This series has come a long way since the first book and let me tell you this book was a great last installment.Wow, I am amazed at how an author can evolve. Doyle's writing in this book was on point. It was beautiful ,lyrical, poetic and so well done. The characters have come a long way. Sophie is still not my favorite, we all know Gianluca holds that place. He came such a long way and I love him so much!! The female friendship in this book was my favorite aspect though. We really need to see m [...]

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    20. This series has only gotten better with each book. So much so I started only having the ebooks and have since purchased physical copies. Watching Sophie grow and change and learn was amazing. Watching her epic love for both Millie and Luca and how those relationships changed her and helped her to grow were amazing. And the intensity of the plot, the culmination of this story all so intense and amazing and not wonderful in how they differ but wonderful in how the story envelopes you. One big plot [...]

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    21. Edit4.5*Loved loved loved it!!!!!! Such a great and satisfactory conclusion to one of the best realistic fiction. So sad for the series to end. Luca and Sofie is the reason for such an awesome book series. FRTC.Cover reveal! I think its Jonah!!!!! And he looks gooood!

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    22. 2.5 stars, but I'm rounding up because no hard feelings here.EDIT:THERE'S A TITLE. THERE'S A COVER. 02/02/16I want my snowflake and my spark to become Mafia king and queen NOW!

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    23. Pre-Read:LUCACACA. Need I say more?and oh yeah, soph as the mafia queen

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    24. I finished it in one sitting and it's currently 3:22 am. Review to come!

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    25. I thought this was a really well written series. I thought the progression was well done. The characters all had their personalities and they came alive in my head. I felt with Sophie, I laughed with her and Millie, I cried, I felt their frustration, and anger, and I definitely wanted to toss the book a few times because the emotions were definitely high, both in the book and in my own mind.I really loved the story line…To see my full review for this trilogy, please visit my blog ♥wordpress/ [...]

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    26. My heart grew six sizes reading this book. [contented sigh]

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    27. OH MY GODMY HEART IS BEATING SO FAST RIGHT NOW(view spoiler)[ I CANNOT BELIEVE THAT ENDING IM ACTUALLY CRYING RIGHT NOW (hide spoiler)]

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    28. this book had me all kinds of Stressed ! some things were still left kinda unresolved but it fit the narrative, so I'll let it slide. Also, I would die for Luca Falcone.

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    29. My heart, my poor heart. I can't believe I finished the Blood for Blood series. I want more books. And now I wanna cry.Mafiosa is by far the best book in the series. The best plot, the best cover and of course the best ending. It finished exactly as I wanted it to finish.I loved Luca in this book. He and Sophie are the best characters of the series. I also feel so proud of Sophie. She is so strong even though she has been through a lot. And finally, I loved Millie too. She is the best friend we [...]

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