Abdelmouhaimine M M itibaren Karabash, Tatarstan, Rusya, 423229
Bu kitap dilbilgisel hatalarla doluydu (ve aynı şeyleri tekrar tekrar kastediyorum), çok dikkat dağıtıcı olmaya başladı ve hikaye üzerinde okunup konsantre olmaya zorlandı. Bunu yedi numaramız var gibi görünüyordu. . . savaş sahnesi . . . Dördüncü oldu. . . savaş sahnesi . . . durulayın, tekrarlayın. Bu, bir süre sonra sıkıcı bir formül olacak ve "Pittacus Lore", yeni karakterlerle ilgili ayrıntılar ve arka plan vermek için çok şanslıydı ve bunun yerine daha fazla savaş sahnesi vermeyi seçti! Lütfen Tanrım, bana zamanını ve paramızı, Ben Dört Numaram: Kayıp Dosyalar: Altı'nın Mirası gibi Altı'da tanıtılan karakterlere arka plan vermek için harcayacağını söyle. Hala öfkeleniyorum o e-kitabı satın aldım. Bu kitabı okumayı ve az önce bahsettiğim kitabı almayı planlıyorsanız, rahatsız etmeyin. Lore, Six of Power'daki The Lost Files'daki her şeyi yeniden anlatıyor. Bu zaman ve para kaybıdır. Bu diziden başka kitap okumayacağım.
'In 1971, a group of young and enthusiastic yoga students came together in Bloomington, Indiana.'
I read The Bird Artist during my "read everything related to Newfoundland" series (Shipping News, etc) and I loved the book. So when I heard about this slender new novel -- I bought it first thing and I loved it. What is the nature of loyalty? What will people do when tested? Will there be a happy ending?
Could you do it? Self-amputate an arm or a leg to save yourself or would you decide to just rot? Aron Ralston breaks his arm bones and using a pocketknife, severs his arm, releasing him from a boulder, which is crushing his right hand. The whole ordeal takes 127 hours - from the time of the accident, where he accidentally dislodges a boulder, which lands on his right hand to when he has an epiphany on how to get himself out of this predicament (trapped by himself in a remote and narrow canyon in Utah)to his eventual hike out of the Blue John and Horseshoe Canyons (right arm, a stump, in a tourniquet and sling)and rescue. But the book (paperback edition November 2010) is 400 pages! In between Aron's battle for survival in a Utah canyon, Aron has included flashbacks - biographical information about his life, including how he came to be an avid, experienced outdoors-man. Not that anyone deserves bad luck, but it seems he had a couple previous close calls with death (battling the current of the Colorado River and surviving an avalanche) and one would think that something like this was probably, eventually, inevitable. As Ranger Steve concluded: "This was someone being in the wrong place at the wrong time, an extreme case of bad luck. It's just bad luck." [p.383] I think, as Aron noted in his book as well, he has an EXCELLENT guardian angel. This book is about survival. It is a very personal, emotional tale - in particular recalling his re-accounts of his film footage to his family and friends. It is wonderfully written. It is a story, which has apparently touched so many people. In the epilogue, Aron Ralston wrote: "One woman from Salt Lake City sent a card telling me she had flushed a stockpile of her deceased husband's sleeping pills down the toilet. She wrote, "Your act of bravery has inspired me to hold on more dearly. I had promised myself that I would end my life if things had not gotten better on year after my husband's death. I know now that suicide is not the answer. You inspire me to stay strong, remain brave and to fight for life." [p. 388-389]