Wayne itibaren Santol, Odisha 754001, Hindistan
Hızlı ve eğlenceli bir okuma. Karakterlere daha fazla derinlik iyi olurdu.
Ailesinden fazla ilgi görmeyen ve yüzme nedeniyle sosyal bir hayatı olmayan bu kız, America Online'da konuşacak birini arar. O zaman, internet yeni tanıtıldı ve bu nedenle güvenlik sorunları yok. Duruşmalar, mektuplar, konuşmalar ve soruşturmalar sonucunda gerçekten yasadışı olan bir ilişki içerisindedir. Dokunaklı konular.
Bay Shelstein'ın ayetini ilk olarak oğluma okunacak bir şey ararken keşfettim. Okuduğum ilk şiirden bağlandım ve oğlum için olduğu kadar 'Kaldırımın Sonunda' aldım. Ayetlerin çoğu kısa, bir sayfadan daha uzun değil ve komik kalem ve mürekkep çizimleri eşlik ediyor. En sevdiğim şiir, timsahın korkunç acı çektiği ve hissetmeyen bir dişçiden intikam aldığı 'Timsah Dişi'. Bu ayette dallanmak ayakkabılarınızı çıkarmak ve yonca yalınayak yürümek gibi, hayatınızın aydınlık bir zamanına keyifli bir yolculuk.
Actually Steve and I listened to this book on tape on our trip to and from KS. It was very enjoyable and kept our minds off the dreary scenery during the drive.
A surprising good book. Great characters with an honest look at people and their prjudices. Lots of subtle humor and the progression of a beautiful relationship.
Tuesdays with Morrie is a singularly affecting work, chronicling the slow death from ALS of author Mitch Albom's beloved mentor and professor, Morrie Schwartz, whose courage and morality are as pure and remarkable as anything you could ever imagine. Morrie's insights into love, culture, aging, emotions, death, and family (among other things) sing with beautiful and unadorned truth, and even though he died almost twenty years ago, his principal message—that we should love and be loved—still resonates with the contemporary world we live in today. It's practically impossible not to fall in love with this amazing man, and only the stoniest of hearts would not be touched by the wisdom and clarity that he propounds during the last months of his life. If there's anything holding the book back, however, it's Albom's somewhat flavorless writing style. He does get to the point (hence the relative brevity of the book itself), although in doing so his prose becomes a little tedious. Had Morrie been able to write this book himself, I firmly believe it would have been perfect. Alas, his disease was too cruel and too quick, so we'll have to settle for Albom's version. Still, the ideas in this book are timeless and inspirational, and even though he is long gone, Morrie Schwartz's legacy will never dissipate.
I really loved this book - listened to it on audio book. Loved it until the epilogue, when it essentially ended in a cliff-hanger. It neeeded a resolution...I needed resolution. Up until the epilogue it was great - a real edge of your seat novel. Love international thrillers!
Well, what can I say. You either love this book or you hate it. The story itself was interesting. Gave a different spin on the life of a vampire. The writing, well....I had to keep telling myself that this book was written for the younger generation although I think at times their intelligence may be been insulted. I trudged along without any opinion until I got to the end. That was when the book caught my attention. Do I want to go through this again with the second book? I don't think so.