Carlos Velasquez Velasquez itibaren Dharera, Uttar Pradesh, Hindistan
im kaybeden okuyorum. donald zinkoff adında bu çocukla ilgili. birinci sınıfta. okula girrafe bir şapka getirdi. Bütün çocuklar onu ondan alıp oyun alanı etrafında koşturuyorlar.
Bu kitap güzel yazılmıştı. Karakterlerin görüntüleri ve büyümesi okumak gerçekten ilginçti. Bunu söyleyeceğim, ilk başta kafa karıştırıcı, bu kitabın birçok bölümünü okumak ve yeniden okumak zorunda kaldım. Aslında, her şeyi tekrar okumam gerektiğini düşünüyorum! Yine de keyif aldım, en zor kısmı tüm karakterleri ve onların bireysel hikaye çizgilerini ilgilendiriyordu.
In many ways this book was disturbing with its use of children training for war. That being said, this book is brilliant and lightyears beyond its publication date. Reading it now, it's surprising to learn that it was first published in 1985, as it reads as if it could have been published last month. In the sci fi genre, that is quite impressive. I would recommend this book to anyone of any age, as it goes far beyond its science fiction categorization. A fascinating read - I couldn't put it down.
I refer to this ALL the TIME in my Intro classes.
I originally got this book for the February theme read in the Cozy Mysteries Book Club. I enjoyed this book a lot more than I expected to. I say that because I had read other reviews not so flattering. Admittedly, Abby does go a little overboard with her snooping but that wasn't my problem with the beginning of the book. I guess I'm too old to appreciate that a handsome man she really didn't know basically told her to butt out of a situation, but told her she had a "pert little nose" and she was actually flattered. There were several "set women's lib back 75 years" moments, but I kept reading anyway. I'm still not too impressed with her ability to command respect from men, but she does have a lot of good points, too. Would I recommend this book? Yes, to cozy readers. I'm sure I'll read more in the series.