Beth Gilcoine Gilcoine itibaren Cudhi-Kampt, Arnavutluk
I absolutely loved this novel and was so sad when it ended! I LOVED the setting the novel had, the feel was constantly creepy and eerie. It completely embodied the feel of New Orleans. The characters were well developed and very separate of each other. No one molded together which is a big factor for me. Having a paranormal experience in New Orleans myself, I fell in love with this book and felt a connection to it. I absolutely can't WAIT for the next book, A Beautiful Evil, that's coming out in February (2 days before my birthday!)!
Poor (rich) Daniel Handler will be forever known as "did you know Lemony Snicket writes grown-up books too?", but this is by far his strongest work yet. An utterly winning collection of bittersweetly comic love fables, with aphoristic flourishes-- I'll want to jot favorite bits down in a notebook on the re-read.
Amazing book about boxing, chickens, colonial-era human rights, and eating poop off a boot. The movie version was OK but did not do the book justice.
Probably the worst book I've ever read. The author can't string two words together.