Emrah Dalgic Dalgic itibaren Chanawala, Rajasthan 327606, Hindistan
Bu bir masterpeice ve şimdiye kadar okuduğum en iyi kitaplardan biri. Konsept: Mahabharata'nın hikayesi ile Hint Özgürlük Mücadelesi arasında paralellikler çiziyor. Her karakterin de bir paraleli vardır. Yürütmesi zor bir kavram, ama Tharoor bunu çok iyi yaptı, çok koreografiye ve tedius sesine izin verdi. Yazı stili kusursuz, esprili, dünyevi bilge ve cesurdur. BÜYÜK kitap okumayı seven herkes için bir zorunluluktur.
I think The Magician King is one of those books that is better read once the entire trilogy series is complete. I read the Magicians and the Magician King (the second in the series) back-to-back and it just feels incomplete. The second book again centers on Quentin but also on his friend Julia, who was a minor character in the first book. We'll see what happens in the third of the series.
This book is so disappointing, to think that I am so eager for this book to be released... I thought this would be an awesome one after Graves being taken by Sergje... I'm hoping that his will have more action than Dru nursing her being damsel-in distress and being torn with Graves and Christophe... But this makes me curse (What The F***!!) and in a not so good way. For most part of the book, the main focus would be Dru and Christophe and Dru in her self-pity. As for the great opportunity for Lili St. Crow to make this more exciting with Graves being taken, she totally let me down. It's as if Graves is just an extra in this book, (I'm on Team Graves... all the way!) though the ending is a bit interesting. What entertain me is about Ash shifting back on being human again, but why does he acts like an idiot? (I love you Ash! lol :-D)... I find the series so amazing that this book is a total let down for me. This could have been better. Hope that Lili St. Crow make the 5th and last book (The Reckoning) awesome...