Magdalena Bajska Bajska itibaren Texas
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Birincisi kadar bu kitabın tadını çıkarmadım. Eğlenmeme rağmen Bella'nın kitabın çoğu için kendine acıma hissettiğini ve kitabın hedef kitlesini göstermeye başladığını hissettim.
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I didn't actually finish this book, I read the first few chapters and then skimmed the rest. Although I could relate to some things, I kept running up against the idea that many "problems" are only problems in the framework of school. If my kid had gone to school, she would have been labeled a delayed reader, but what's delayed? Who decides? She learned when she was ready and now she reads great and there was no "delay." But then, that's just my kid and her "problems" are pretty mild. This is a very friendly and reassuring book.
** spoiler alert ** I liked the story of this book but it definitely had some slow bits that I felt like I was plodding through. I became frustrated with the characters at times because their actions did not make sense to me. I guess because of the time period some of the abuse of women was more acceptable(?) but I found it maddening. I also got a couple characters mixed up a couple times and had to reread a paragraph before realizing what I had mistaken. I hated Fumero! I'm sure that was the intent but I just wanted someone to get rid of him. How did he rise in power when he was such a scheming turn coat? I was glad that Daniel's story did not wind up mirroring Carax's and that there was some redemption in the lives of the characters.
Loved it when I was very young and in LOVE!