Martin Schwartz Schwartz itibaren Kapahat, Punjab 146024, Hindistan
Belgeseli henüz görmedim, ancak Ewan McGregor'un (evet, Ewan McGregor) seyahatinden ve Charley Boorman'ın İskoçya'dan Güney Afrika'ya yaptığı motosiklet gezisinden keyif aldım.
This is another in the Latter-Day Daughters series. This book takes place in Pennsylvania in 1840 and is about a frontier family who find the gospel. I enjoyed the story, and the book had a glossary so you could look up unfamiliar words tainted or pinched back--words used in the 1840's. This is a fictionalized account of one of the author's ancestors.
great book, but i skipped dozens of pages at a time when characters ranted on about objectivism.
"It's because you didn't got it."
The premise is great- crazy tells his 6 (equally crazy) daughters that the first to make their family name immortal wins the inheritance. I think this is an ambitious novel. Not perfect, but an enjoyable read (once you get over the fact that nearly every character's name starts with a B just for the hell of it). It's hard to tell folks apart at every turn but there are some great characters (the most interesting-slash-evil 10 year old I've read about, for example). Let's put it this way- I'm glad I bought this on the 3 for 2 table at Borders, but I"m not sorry I read it.