Andrea Marie Domaoan Marie Domaoan itibaren Brestice, Bosna Hersek
4.5 stars Undeniably, I am hugely in love with this book. The way Maggie Stiefvater writes is ah-mazing. I can totally see Puck and Sean and Corr and Dove and Finn and oh yeah, the sea. The water horses. I mean, just wow. The book is very very beautifully crafted and woven into one refreshing story. I found myself practically at the edge of my seat when Kate and Dove are racing. It's just so intriguing and real. And of course, there's the bond between Corr and Sean. The last page had my jaw at the floor. Sean feels so strongly for Corr and Corr feels likewise. It seems so impossible for a water horse and its rider to form such a bond and yet, there's the proof. Still, there's a reason I didn't give this book a perfect score. As much as I love this book, I still feel like it's lacking something. It's a page turner, a thrilling ride, but not what I will remember deeply and it doesn't quite have that impact on me. I feel it, yes, but it isn't etched inside my brain, swirling my emotions and making me feel. I still highly recommend it, though. A very delicious and thrilling read.
someone needs to stop being pretentious... yes I'm talking to you, author "Benjamin Kunkel..." just stop writing and take up a job as Patrick Bateman instead, okay?
this book took me nine months to finish, but was entirely worth it! i'm not quite sure if it answers every one of life's questions as some people claim, but it's definitely one of the most awe-inspiring books i've ever read. and any book with a character named stinking lizaveta is good with me.
الكاتب غير موضوعى على الإطلاق و استفزنى طوال القراءة ... كان ممتع فقط فى الجزء الخاص بتاريخ المماليك و الإعداد لعين جالوت فقط و بصراحه أنا أشك فى صحة المغلومات التاريخية اللى فى الكتاب مش عارفه أيه اللى ادانى الانطباع ده؟؟
A good read, especially when read after "I'm a Stranger Here Myself".