Dilip Ubhi Ubhi itibaren 26131 Lagunilla del Jubera, La Rioja, İspanya
Bu, üniversite öğrencisi için mükemmel bir uyku zamanı hikayesi yapan çok sevimli bir genç yetişkin romanı. İlk kişide anlatılan Ella (eski adıyla Külkedisi) saraydaki yeni bulunan yaşamını bayıyla o kadar çekici değil. Sadece Ella, güçlü kadın adaylarıyla masalları sevenler için komik ve değerli bir okuma.
Bunu 1973'te yedinci sınıfta okudum
This waw an easy book to put down, I didn't enjoy as much as I hoped I would. I didn't like how it was written. Each woman's life was introduced with and event that happend after she was married and had young children. Then the narration of the event would stop and the story would go backward to her grandmother. Then it would catch up to the event the chapter started with and continue on. If the authors didn't have enought information, they would say that this is how she probably lived and what she probably did. I'm not sure if I liked that. On one hand it's nice to have a general idea of what life was like then but on the other hand, if they weren't sure it happened to her then don't put it in.
Coming Home is a short book that begins the ever famous Heartland series. It is a good begining and it does lure readers, whether they like horses or not. It really is for 9-12 year olds, although there are very sad parts, for example, when Amys mom dies or when she is in the accident. Although I think those parts are the climax of the book, I dont think I am spoiling it for anybody. I gave it four stars because although I did adore it in my incredibly horsey stage, I have read more books and found that the actual writing was a bit simple and could have been a bit more challenging. However, comparing Coming Home to other 9-12 year old books it has believable characters that young girls would only love to be and a nicely paced plot. Now that I look back on it, Coming Home really brought me into horses and I have to thank my friend who gave it to me. Even though I am older Coming Home is still part of our conversation and I think it will always be.
Highly offensive to a religion which is practiced by a billion and half people the world over. The only thing I would like to ask the author is Which planet do you live in? Muslims don't all treat their women badly(implied here in the book- a fate worse than animals)women are abused everywhere both physically and mentally in western and non-western countries. The only Comment on this writer is--she's from the class of writers who bash Muslims to get fame and fortune. She gives examples of Somali women and their suffering etc,etc comes on they are from a war ravaged country and everyone knows the human rights violations that happen in these situations. Its not because of their religion that this Somali woman are oppressed. Simply she's as bad as Anders Behring Breivik, however, our fair lady has a pen and a heart of stone.
Been a while, but I remember being quite impressed with Mr. Whitman. His poems celebrate life, adventure, and sex with a raw passion and excitment that, in his day and age, is even more commendable than now a days. If it's a favorite target of close minded religious folk, it's got to be good right? Good poems.