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El Motassim Aziz Motassim Aziz itibaren Tibri, Haryana 133204, Hindistan

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"Tanrı bir Kantçı olsaydı, Ona en saf ve en iyi güdülerden gelene kadar bize sahip olmayacak olan, kim kurtarabilirdi?"

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Bu genç romantikler için güzel bir kısa hikaye, ama aynı zamanda entrika ve macera var. Oregon ormanlarında bulunan, neredeyse yüzünüzdeki sisi hissedebilir ve çamların kokusunu alabilirsiniz.

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Bu kitap en başından beri beni emdi. Okumayı durduramadım! Ana karakterin cesareti ve azmi Mary Ingles'e hayran kaldım. Bu, her zaman benimle kalacak bir hikaye, özellikle de gerçek bir hikayeye dayandığı için.

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Ben bu türün bir hayranıyım ve bir downswing olduğu gerçeğini ağıt. Muhtemelen Amerika şu anda savaşta olduğu için. Jack Silkstone bu türü iyi yazıyor. Sayfadan fırlayan bir özgünlük var. Düzyazı sıkı ve açıklamalar abartılı değil, sadece sahneye koymak ve aksiyona devam etmek için yeterli ve bu kısa filmde bol miktarda eylem var. Testosteron seviyesi yüksektir. Bu kitapta testosteron ile tüm Tour de France peleton'ını doldurabilirsiniz. Bunu beşe beş vermemi engelleyen sadece üç şey var. Birkaç yerde diyalog / tanımların biraz geri tonlanmış olabileceğini hissettim, biraz daha incelik daha iyi çalıştığında aşırı uzanıyor gibi hissettim. Ana karakterler biraz daha derinlik kullanabilirdi. Sonunda, dediğim gibi, bu türün hayranıyım, ama ben bile atılan bazı kısaltmaları aramak için Google'ı kovmak zorunda kaldım. Ben bu prequel takip edecek tam sürümünü okumak için sabırsızlanıyoruz.

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Adamım, bu dizi beni bağladı! spoiler girmeden, bu cildin evrimini gerçekten sevdiğimi söylemeliyim. Bence bu çizgi her şeyi özetliyor, "Bir keresinde kıçımı tekmelemedim!" Gidilecek yol Harry!

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I already knew a lot of FLW's life and work, so there wasn't much that was new or surprising in here. But even so, I enjoyed hearing A.L.Huxtable's analysis of Wright's personality and motivations, his relationships with the prominent women in his life (mother, mistresses) and the men too (Sullivan, Darwin D. Martin). Huxtable was respectfully even-handed in her historical approach and gave credit to several notable scholars who have come before her. Overall I really enjoyed this book, for her insight into his character, and also just because FLW's story is such a remarkable one. One the side, I really want to see this book made into a movie... I think people who are not aware of FLW's work and how he transformed American architecture would appreciate this history. AND it has all of the melodrama, panache, and suspense of any compelling story and all of it is (nearly) true (except for a lot of what FLW wrote himself!).

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I didn't adore Rampant, the first book, but I was very curious to see where Peterfreund would take Astrid and her fellow unicorn-hunters. This sequel was a bit darker than the first, but overall has many of the same preoccupations: the difficulties of committing yourself to a life of killing and celibacy when you're sixteen, the difficulties of being forced together with a bunch of girls you don't know and have little in common with, occasionally having to deal with a crazy mother. So while I didn't adore this one, either, I definitely don't regret reading it. The main surprise for me with the first book was (what felt like) its overwhelming interest in Astrid's love life. By the end I could see why this was important - in terms of plot - and of course if Peterfreund was setting out to write a teen romance with killer unicorns then that's totally cool; it's just not what I had expected, which is my problem not hers. That continues into this book, naturally, with some neat (well, difficult actually) twists that meant it wasn't simply rehashing the initial plot. Peterfreund is certainly not interested in making life easy for her characters. The romance didn't work for me but I'm not a teenager, so maybe I'm too cynical. I liked that Astrid got to experience life a bit outside of the Cloisters, and that she got to think through her difficulties with the whole idea of killing. There's a nice, if simplistic, balance between Cory on the one side, all in favour of killing the lot, and Phil wanting to set up some sort of genuine conservation - and Astrid fitting between them. It did relieve me that Kill The Beast! didn't become an overwhelming theme for the novel. I'm surprised there's no third book. ... and I've just looked at Peeterfreund's website which says that she's hoping to write the third, Triumphant, "soon" (but I don't know when the site was updated). I'll probably end up reading it, although it's not a preorder-in-a-mad-rush kinda thing.