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Dumas'ın kendisi kadar palavracı olmaya yaklaşmıyor, ama ne olabilir? Bu romandan geçen iki anlatı konusu var ve ben de tüm kitabı uzlaşmaları ve bağlantılarını kanıtlamak için boşuna bekledim. Sonuç onları tam olarak düşündüğüm şeyler olarak bulur - iki bağlantısız konu. Boo.
Precious Ramotswe & Botswana'yı nazik ve kolay okumak için tekrar ziyaret etmek güzeldi. Bu kitapların arazileri neden onlardan hoşlandığım değil, benim için önemli. Bu, zahmetsiz yazı, eğlenceli karakterler ve arkadaşlığın ve nezaketin evdeki bilgelik, değerler ve zekâ ile birleştiği daha yavaş bir yaşam temposuna dönüş ... Hepimiz hayata Mma olarak yaklaşmak iyi olur. Ramotswe, iyimserlik ve nimetlerini ve yaşamın basit zevklerini takdir etmesini sağlayan bir ruhla yapar ...
Unfamiliar Magic Random House, 2010, 353 pp., $17.99 R.C. Alexander ISBN978-0-375-85854-3 Have you ever wished that magic were real? Well for Desdemona (Desi) it is real. Not just like the kind of magic tricks you see on T.V.. She’d be a very powerful witch if only her mother would teach her. Over the course of Desi’s life, her mother Callida, Desi and her familiar Devalandnefariel (nicknamed Devil, who’s form is a cat), have moved all over the world. Desi doesn’t even know why. Whenever Desi asks about her father, why her mother and father broke up or anything about magic, her mother quickly changes the subject. Desi sort of feels like her entire life is a secret; she can’t tell anyone she’s a witch and barely knows anything about her father. On top of that her life gets even more twisted when she and her mom get in a fight. Desi goes off after the fight, and comes back to find her mom missing. She finds a strange girl, who she finds out soon enough was once her little kitty. Her mom changed the cat into a girl to keep Desi out of trouble, or was it to protect her from some unwanted guests? Along the way of her fabulous adventure, she meets a few new friends and so does Devil (Jerrett, Bob). Now as she tries to find her mother she meets a magician. So while mother’s away she decides to learn a few tricks to prove to her mother that she can handle magic. I loved Unfamiliar Magic by R.C. Alexander. The narrative voice was interesting because it would switch off between Desi and Cat (when Devil was human she’s called Cat). I also liked the narrative voice because it was like a narrator telling Desi’s and Cat’s thoughts. By saying what Cat was thinking it helped me think about how disastrous it was in the beginning. You’re hearing their thoughts but it’s told as if you were watching a movie or play. Sometimes during the book I felt like I wanted it to go faster to know what happens. Although it’s a page turner, but the beginning was a little weak. It kept me guessing throughout the book which is what I think makes a good story. I thought the dialogue was realistic and the character development convincing. Unfamiliar Magic it was one of the best books that I have ever read. I would recommend Unfamiliar Magic to both guys and girls who like magical mayhem and a tad bit of love. Anyone who liked Septimus Heap, Percy Jackson, or Harry Potter would probably enjoy this book. It is a fantasy science fiction. It was frabulous and I think that most any age would be able to read it, but you might want to wait until sixth grade or older. “What is life with out a little risk?”