Moises Fernandez Fernandez itibaren 07046 Fornelli SS, İtalya
Bu kitap ellerimi favorim. 50. yaş gününün Grumman Albatross'u Karayip, Güney ve Orta Amerika adaları çevresinde "Yarımküre Dansçısı" ile uçurduğu 3 haftalık kutlamasının kurgusal olmayan açıklaması. Kitap bir pilot bakış açısıyla yazılmıştır. Buffet'in nereden geldiğini ve zihnini nerede sakladığını tam olarak görür. Sadece macera ve oynaklığı nedeniyle tüm zamanların en fantastik kitaplarımdan biri.
BÜYÜLEYİCİ!!! Bu, II. Kitap bir roman gibi okur ve maceralarını inanılmaz !!!! Bu kitabın aksiyon dolu bir kurgu kitabı kadar heyecan verici olduğunu ve kendime bunun GERÇEKTEN BAZI BİR ŞEYİN GERÇEK HAYATI olduğunu hatırlatmak zorunda olduğumu düşünmeye devam ettim! Romanes Kontesine bağlı Aline, gerçek bir hayat kahramanı. Onun hikayesini okumaktan zevk aldım. Okunmalı!!!!
“... ve ne zaman yaralanacağına kendimiz karar veriyoruz.”
Transatlanik bir uçuşta bu kapağı okudum. Bitirdikten sonra bile ağlayarak saatler harcadım. Kısa süre içinde bir film çıkacağını biliyorum ve daha önce okuduğum bir kitaptan uyarlanmış herhangi bir filmi izlemeyi reddetmeme rağmen ... Sanırım bunu görmek isteyebilirim. Film için uçurtmaları tasarlamak üzere Kabil'deki en eski uçurtma yapımcısını işe aldıklarını duydum.
Bu tür iç karartıcı durumlarla ilgilenen bir kitap için şaşırtıcı derecede harika ve iyimser. Bu yazarın tarzını çok sevdim.
Frost is an eerily written story that will have you questioning what you believe even after the story is over. Part romance, part struggle, part haunting, part friendship, part fun, and part crazy, Frost will keep you hanging on to every page making you wish you'd looked into your closet before you started. Frost starts off with the beginning of Leena's senior year at Barcroft Academy. Having an "in" with the Dean Leena and her friends are granted an adorable Victorian style house dorm in which Leena feels drawn to. Unfortunately Leena get an unexpected roommate, Celeste Lazar, and the only benefit is that she has an attractive, caring brother named David. The more Leena connects to the Frost house, the more strange things start happening. As Leena and her roommate Celeste start spiraling downward, they hurry to figure out the causes before it's too late. I love eerie, creepy stories. I'm not sure why because I hate scary movies hah! But, reading a thriller makes me turn the pages even quicker, I just love that feeling of suspense and Frost has that. Even after the book is over, you're still like 'Wait a second? Is that house.....' and that is a really interesting way to end a book! And as the description says 'Supernatural or Psychological?'... I'm totally going with Supernatural. But, don't let me sway you. Read it and decide for yourself...and I dare you to read it at night. I did... and I'm fine! ;) I really liked Leena's character. Yes, I'm fully aware that she kind of has a downward spiral throughout the story, but that being said I think she is such a strong character. Leena has already dealt with so much in her past and she completely depends on herself (among other things). She has best friends, good grades, and a sexy love interest that keep her grounded. Plus she's blonde with glasses which totally reminds me of myself at the moment (since I'm not aloud to wear my contacts right now). Leena is also "Miss Fix-it" which is a strong, unique quality to have in a girl. I mentioned a certain sexy love interest which would be... David. With his striking blue eyes, and his protective, caring manners you can't help but love him. I also loved the note in which this romance ends on. Because, all things are not fairytales and butterflies. Strong relationships need to be worked on and I loved how Marianna Baer did that with David and Leena. Overall fantastic book. I really enjoyed it. Eerie, romantic, and full of surprises. Want chills?
I thoroughly enjoyed Assassin's Apprentice. The main character, Fitz, is the major draw for me. I sympathize with him, and I want to know how his journey is going to end. I enjoyed (and believed) the supporting cast of characters and I was drawn into the world of the Six Duchies. As to other reviews of the story and setting as generic, after you've read a lot of fantasy, you'll often recognize elements or plot points from the genre, it's inevitable. This story, however, has a comfortable familiarity. It's not so much that it seems like the clone of another book I've read, but just enough that I'm not wasting time trying to puzzle out how this or that works, I can (and did) get lost in the story.