Joao Yang Yang itibaren 89063 Prunella RC, İtalya
kermanshah kültür ve günaha en iyi notlar !!
Tamam, bu muhtemelen 3.5 olmalı, ama henüz bitirdim ve henüz kritik hissetmiyorum. Mükemmel genç kız harika bir sesle yaktı. Bridget Jones Günlüğü gibi - günlerinin hesaplanması: ölümler, dövüşler, oyunlar, öpücükler, vb. Spor. Periler, en çok dilden zevk aldım.
Üniversitenin ilk dönemimi Oyunculuk Başlamak için okumak için bu kitap gerekliydi ve beni derinden güçlendirdi. Kitap, kitaba göre “Tanrı:” tamamen yaşadığım bir kavram olan içsel yaratıcı ruhunuzu ilhak etmenizi ister. Kitap, 18 yaşındaki ortaya çıkan sanatsal egomu olumlu bir şekilde vuran “yaralı iç sanatçınızı” “salıvermek”, “uyandırmak” ve “beslemek” için adanmışlık ve günlük ve haftalık görevlerin tamamlanmasını gerektiriyor. Bu kitabı birkaç hafta önce hızlı bir şekilde tekrar okudum ve eleştirmenler yazmayı tekrarlayan derken, mesajına teslim olmak istiyorsanız yaratıcı meyve sularını gevşetmek için etkili bir araç.
Eh. I've read better.
Without a doubt the best of the three books in the series I've read so far. The emphasis on character dynamics continues, and I am frustrated and angry with just about everyone in the book just now, particularly the narrator. Continues the author's tendency of having the book feel like a setup for the next one. That said, the book is even more of an oddly compelling page-turner than the previous two. Once I really got into it, reading it was pretty much all I did, other than sleep. To the author's credit, the books are seeming to get progressively better, and I can't imagine getting this far in the series and not pushing on to the last one of the series.
this book was ok there was some... weird parts, but other than those, i liked it pretty much!!!!
3.5 stars if .5's were possible. Good stories. Most of the art was decent as well.
First off let me say that it was only by chance did I read this book. My fiance picked it up in a thrift store and since it was laying around, I thought I'd give it a look. As far as the book goes I was impressed on how the author described relationships for women, of course being a guy how would I know what women think...right? My thought is that in the teenage years it is the thought of being in love, 20's, you think your in love, and in your 30's, you want to be in love. And that is what I got out of this book. The last story with Jane I thought was the most entertaining and now looking back on it, I think the book would have been better from that point of view, maybe a whole story instead of 30 pages. Another thing that I did not like about the book is the two sections that went completly away from Jane and her family, for awhile I didn't know what I was reading or what it was leading into. But, overall it was a very entertaining book, I think women would understand it more than men would but don't let that discourage any guy who likes a good read.