Jesse Greenberg Greenberg itibaren North Ferriby Village Hall, North Ferriby, East Riding of Yorkshire HU14 3AA, İngiltere
Büyük mizah, Xanth serisini her zaman çift entendre ve puns bolca ile sevdi! : D Jeremy'ye giriş için teşekkürler.
Kesinlikle harika! Şüphesiz, en sevdiğim kitaplardan biri. Bu kitap, kesinlikle kalın bir okuma olsa da, şimdiye kadar alma ayrıcalığına sahip olduğum en parlak yazılmış, kapsamlı araştırılmış, burkulu duygusal kurgusal olmayan kitaplardan biridir. Sadece "Sovyetler Birliği'nin Son Günleri" ni değil, aynı zamanda dağılmasına yol açan olay ve koşulları da detaylandırıyor. Bu kitabı yeterince fazla öneremem.
A great book that offers gentle reminders of both how to behave and what to expect at school. This is perfect to read to a little one about to start school (or return after a school break.)
So good! I literally didn't stop reading it until I was done. Ree is the best female protagonist I've read in a long long time. There's nothing better than a bad ass 16-year-old with no qualms for telling some 40-year-old meth head to go fuck himself, knowing full and well that the guy could easily beat the living crap out of her, all the while also being the caretaker of her two younger brothers and teaching them not regular world values, but the things they'll need to survive in the Ozarks. Such as shooting squirrels and knowing how to skin them. You know, standard stuff. You'd think it would be hard to believe that people still live in these ways, creepy-old south-everyone is family-people keeping guns on them at all times, but I didn't doubt for a second the validity of the setting and the characters. It mentions it in one of the blurbs on the books cover, that it is very Faulkner, and from what I've read of his, a very accurate comparison. I really wanted to see the movie before I read the book (because of all the attention its gotten) but now I don't want to. I feel like the book was flawless as it was, and a movie version might take some of that gothic grandeur away.
boring, didn't go anywhere
I f'n love this book so hard.