Guowei Zhang Zhang itibaren Texas
Judy Blume, ergenlik okumasında temel bir şeydi ve daha fazla yetişkin ücretiyle devam ediyor. Harika bir dostluk hikayesi.
Bu kitap rafımda her zaman oturuyor. Sadece son zamanlarda yeniden keşfettim. Taş Prens'i lisede geri okudum ama bir sebepten dolayı bunu okumak için hiç uğraşmadım.
Bence Bayan Pfeffer bu kitabı yazdıkça, üçüncüsü, aya çarpan bir asteroidin getirdiği yeryüzündeki değişiklikler üçlemesinde, "gaz bitti" ve bu konuyu bırakmaya hazırdı. Ben zevk ve 3.5 yıldız iyi okumalar bir seçenek vardı verirdi.
Çok tatlı bir hikaye. Çok eğlendim.
The Private Patient by PD James A muckraking reporter with a terrible scar from childhood and more enemies than she knows checks into a private clinic for plastic surgery is murdered after the completion of the tricky procedure, leaving it up to Commander Adam Dalgliesh and his murder squad to find the culprit. The squad is called into what should be an ordinary case in the country by a politically well connected patient, much to their unhappiness, as each member of the squad had pressing personal business in London. Not the least of which is Adam Dalgliesh, poet-policeman who is finally ready to wed his beloved Emma. Yet, he must take to Dorsett to find the killer once again. James has once again created a stellar crime novel that will rival any in the genre. Her characters are always rich and complex, unlike the cutouts found in a lot of the muck that passes for crime novels. I personally adore the way she presents the mysteries and the characters inside their world, making the Dalgliesh books one of my favorite fiction escapes, sitting side by side with the Rebus books by Rankin and anything by Michael Connelly. Dalgliesh should be well suited for many more cases, as long as the good lady continues to write.
The Golden compass is a very good book, sometimes it may be hard to follow but once you get into it, it is a very good book, there is two books after the first, the movie was very much the down fall of the book but if you are interested in the story line, the book is very intersting and adventurous nearly half the book is missing in the movie.
Again, enjoyed the book. Thought it was a fun fast read. The rich universe of the novels continues to hold my attention and pique my interest. I love the little moments J.K. throws in just for fun (wand flashlights, mandrake adolescents, Harry's image struggling to leave an unwelcomed photography). Also had my first moment of recognizing a Potter reference in pop culture last night (the Harry Potter party invitation in Jim Carrey's "Yes Man" reads "Calling all muggles!"...I literally exclaimed out loud, "I get the reference!"). I'm finally part of the club, hooray! Will continue the series when I'm not reading book club books.