Itech itibaren Kepenuhan, Rokan Hulu Regency, Riau, Endonezya
"Sihrin Rengi" nin ikinci yarısı ve Discworld serisinin bir sonraki kitabı. Birincisi kadar iyi değil ama yine de çok eğlenceli.
Bu bir kitap kulübü seçimiydi. İlk başta eğlenceli buldum ve bir domuz peşinde olan herkesin hikayesinde kahkahalarla güldüm. Okudukça sıkıldım ve ana karakteri (yazar) beğenmediğime karar verdim.
ABD ve yabancı film tarihi hakkında bilgi ile yoğun. kitap bazen kuru biraz okuyabilir rağmen bana büyük ve iyi filmler hakkında bildiklerimin çoğunu öğretti :)
Bu kitabı çok sevdim. Yazı da sadece hikayeyi değil, iyiydi. Bunu her zaman anlamıyorsun, biliyor musun? Bütün insanlara bu kitabı okumayı sevdiğimi söylüyorum.
Fantastik, tamamen alıntılanabilir bir kitap. Girişin belirttiği gibi, bu tamamen bir casus romanı değil, bir alegori değil, oldukça politik bir şap değil. Alice Harikalar Diyarında'nın yetişkin versiyonudur.
James Lee Burke (seni seviyorum JLB!) üzerinde büyük bir bulanıklık vardı çünkü bu kitap iyi olacağını düşündüm, ama hayır. kasvetli, iç karartıcı ve üzücü çuval göbek bakanlarıyla dolu. horlama. Ben sadece geliyordu biliyordu iğrenç son önlemek için bitirmek değil itiraf. en iyi tahminim? belki de hayatlarının geri kalanını düşünerek ve düşünerek geçirecek bir karakter hariç herkes ölür ve bilirsiniz, göbek biraz daha bakarken. blargh.
I really enjoyed this HP and the mute heroine. Mandy was a hoot with her caustic inner musing. I didn't find her childlike at all, despite a tendency to giggle silently. Her thoughts and desires were those of an adult. She was a bit immature at the start but she was a sheltered 21, and she grew by the end. Loved when she confronted the bitch Meredith. I liked the hero too. I didn't mind the lack of his POV cuz his moods and thinking were pretty obvious. Except when he declared he'd loved Mandy before he married her - where did THAT come from? Seemed abrupt and unsupported. I liked that he wasn't a Latin billionaire or some such, but a guy who worked for his living. He seemed like a real male, oblivious and convinced he's the lord of the castle. Mandy's silent lobs at him were funny, and by the end he wasn't quite so smug. The plot was pretty original. This was a different HP than the ones you see too much of nowadays. No billionaires, mistresses, playboys, or secret babies in sight. So refreshing. A couple of nitpicks. Some weird word choices that seemed out of place in a contemp. Who calls pumps "ballroom slippers"? And the talk about being ruined and needing a chaperone? WTF? Is this the 1950's? Aunt Rose was great though and I loved the sly way she got them together. OTOH the OW was a total cliche. No subtlety there at all. How did she expect to get away with all she did? I liked when the hero told her off. And I loved when Mandy threw her out, LOL! This was my first read by Emma Goldrick, and though it's one-of-a-kind, I liked her writing enough to seek out another. Recommended!
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