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Oldukça bayat, ama eğlenceli bir Pazar öğleden sonra okuyun.

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Ne bekleyeceğimi bilmeden Alacakaranlık'a girdim. Yayınlandıktan yıllar sonra ve ilk film çıkmadan hemen önce okudum, bu yüzden gerçekten popüler olduğunu biliyordum. İnanılmaz olacağını düşündüm, bu yüzden bir gece Walmart'tan dört kitabın hepsini satın aldım ve yolculuğuma başladım. Tüm diziyi bir haftadan daha kısa sürede bitirdim. İndiremedim. Bana Edward'ın sevgisi ve dikkatleri hakkında o kadar akılda kalıcı bir şey var ki, sonra ne olacağını görmek için sabırsızlanıyordum. Yazı stili kesinlikle korkunçtu. Bana yetişkin bir kadınken 13 yaşındaki bir çocuğun yazdığını hatırlattı. Belki daha genç bir kitleye hitap etmek için bunu yapıp yapmadığından emin değilim ama bir yazarın o kadar iyi olmadığından şüphe duyuyorum. Olursa olsun, hikayenin kendisi bana duygusal olarak çekici geldi, yazı stili beni zaman zaman rahatsız etti. Gençliğimden beri her zaman gizli bir vampirizm aşkı yaşadım ve Anne Rice'ın tüm kitaplarını ve Gecenin Yoldaşları kitabının çoğunu okudum, bu yüzden bu takıntılı aşk hikayesi tarafından kolayca alındım. Eğer çoğu Alacakaranlık nefretinin yaptığı gibi analiz edersem, Edward'ın tüyler ürpertici, pedofilik, yaşlı bir sapık olduğunu kabul etmeliydim. Bu hikaye yine de mantıklı olacak şekilde yazılmadı ve bence bu kendi yolunda güzel. Geri kalanımla ilgili başka görüşlerim olduğu için puanım tek başına ilk kitap için. Keşke yarım yıldız verebilseydiniz, çünkü yazı gerçekten bir buçuk yıldızlık bir rıhtımı hak ediyor.

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You know when you read a book and you dread reaching the last page, because you instinctively you will miss the characters and the fantasy world they live in, well this is one of those books. I felt emotionally attached to the characters and wanted to know whether they ever returned to their original lives. As an abridged version of three books,the book is an epic 614 pages, allowing you to have plenty of time to make yourself comfortable in a world where Vikings, Trolls and Yetis all coexist, if not always happily together. The book is split into three parts with follow different events in Peer's life. The first part deals with Peer's relationship with his uncles and his need to escape their evil clutches before being handed to the Troll King as a slave. The second part shows Peer's desperation to appear more grown up in front of Hilde, by trying to bring the mill back to life. The last part follows Peer and Hilde as they travel to the land that is east of the Sun and west of the Moon. Each part, blends beautifully into the next one, leaving me disappointed at the end to find out there was no more. The first pages of the book lift you up and throw you straight in the horror that is to become Peer Ulfsson's new life. His father has died and his uncles whom he has never met before take him home to use as a slave. It is heart wrenching to read how they treat them. You find yourself gasping with horror with each incident. The darkness envelops you and you become desperate for Peer to escape his miserable life. Peer's only salvations are his dog, Loki and his new found friend, Hilde. Peer's relationship with Hilde is beautiful to watch as it blossoms from childhood friendship to love. Throughout the book they are constantly thrown into difficult situations to tackle and work together to solve each problem. You are repeatedly urging Peer and Hilde to rebuild their friendship with love,as you can see they are suited to each other. Kathleen Langrish has created a beautiful landscape through her extensive world building. The attention to detail gives this fantasy land such an air of authenticity. You can easily picture the mill, the farm and Troll Hill as the hill becomes raised for each special occasion. There is a character within the book called the Nis, who I adored on contact. In my eyes, I viewed him to be a bit like Dobby from the Harry Potter films, only smaller. He helped with the cleaning and looking after the babies. He also becomes a sailor in the last part of the book. He is just a wonderful character to meet and definitely my favourite within the book. Out of the three parts of the book, I would say that I loved the first part the best. The introduction of the Troll King and his family had me enthralled. In this part, we also see that Peer's uncles get just what they deserve, after such ill treatment of Peer. I hated his uncles as soon as they turned up in the book and couldn't wait to see them suffer. I have never read anything about Vikings and trolls before, but Katherine has left me with a thirst for more information. I will be seeking out other Viking books to help calm my curiosity. I am also very curious about Katherine Langrish's future books as she will definitely be an author I will want to read again.