itibaren Bora, West Bengal 713127, Hindistan
Çok eğlenceli bir hikaye. Bir ebeveyn olarak nasıl çok ciddi olmamalı ve çocuklarınızla eğlenmeniz konusunda hikayedeki ahlakı beğendim. Amin
I LOVE it!!
When i first got this book in my hands i thought it would be awesome....and it was indeed...At the beginning, "stolen" gives you the impression that is just a very good psychological thriller, but as you continue reading it you realise that it's much more than that. This book, makes you think about the complexity of human relationships and how much things can change and depend apon different circumstances. SPOILERS AHEAD! So this book is about this girl, Gemma, that is being kidnapped by a man, Ty. He takes her to the Australian Outback (or something like that, a desert anyway), and he won't let her leave. He actually believes that if she stays there for a long time, even without her will, she will get used to it and will love him. Well clearly the guy's a psycopath. But as the days pass, Gemma's behavior starts changing. Many people who've read this book believe it's just Stockholmes syndrom, but i disagree with that. Gemma, never says that she loves Ty, or that she finds him attractive, she never has the urge to kiss him, or hug him or whatever...In adittion to that, Ty is always nice to her, he didn't rape her, or hit her on anything...I mean, is it that impossible? I can't figure it out myself. The tragic irony in the whole book, is that Ty is actually a good guy...if he hadn't kidnapped Gemma, if he had just tried and talk to her, they could have been a great couple. But he see's her like the camel he cought. He thinks she's just an animal that will obey to his rules...