Peter Dekkers Dekkers itibaren Sohal Kalan, Pakistan
Elbette ölüm, hastalık, trajedi zordur. Belki de bu konuda gözlerimi yuvarladığım için korkunç bir insanım, ama kendinden dürüst, neşeli bir new yorker'ın hıçkırık hikayesini okumama gerek yok.
This is my first book of Bryson and already I'm in love. What a fantastically witty writer and his job is what every journalist (whether they realize it or not) wishes it could be -- traveling the world and doing research on the places he visits. The first 40 pages of this book are laugh-out loud funny (seriously, there is one line where Bryson talks about his fear upon encountering a bear where I was crying in bed) but the book, though still VERY humorous, tames down a little once he begins his journey on the trail with his odd lumberjack of a friend, Katz. Then, with all his facts on the trail, it gets interesting. Thank you to my dear friend Ellen for lending me Bryson's copy of The Lost Continent. I have a feeling, before long, I'll join her in the "wanting every book he's ever written" club. If you're looking for a fun read to get you through some heavier lit, you'll burn through this one - good stuff!