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Myriam Bois Bois itibaren Sheridan, IN 46069, Birleşik Devletler itibaren Sheridan, IN 46069, Birleşik Devletler

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Myriam Bois Bois itibaren Sheridan, IN 46069, Birleşik Devletler

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Bence Maurice Sendak, bu çocuk hikayesini yarattığında petrole vurdu. Doğrudan çocukluğunuzdan gelen bir şey bulana kadar çocukluk anıları hatırlanabilir veya gölgeli olabilir. Vahşi Şeylerin Olduğu Yer benim üzerimde o büyülü güce sahip. Kitabı her duyduğumda veya tanıdık görüntüleri her gördüğümde, kitabın ilk (ve sadece) kopyasını öğretmenimden Noel hediyesi olarak aldığımda altı yaşına geri dönüyorum. Çocukken en sevdiğim kitaptı ve kendi başıma okuduğum ilk kitaplardan biri (takıntılı). Hikaye içime bir ip fırlattı ve şimdi okuduğumda bile beni neyin heyecanlandırdığını hatırlıyorum. Bazı çocuklar hikâyeden korkarken, harika olduğunu gördüm. Tesis, küçük bir çocuğun (Max) kötü davranışı nedeniyle herhangi bir akşam yemeği olmadan yatağa gönderilmesidir. Bu hemen çocuğumun gözleri için bir fantezi olarak görülüyordu çünkü daha önce hiç yemek yemeden yatağa gönderilmemiştim. Fikir küfür ve benim için gerçekleşmesi imkansızdı! Ama kötü olan ve cezalandırılacak başka çocuklar olduğunu biliyordum. Hiç böyle bir cezanın yiyecek olamayacağını hiç düşünmemiştim. Odasına girer ve sihirli bir şekilde orman olur. Sanırım bu kitabın en sevdiğim parçasıydı. Resimlere tekrar tekrar bakardım çünkü çocuğumun zihninde tam olarak bir yatak odasının nasıl orman haline gelebileceğini anladım. Yani, yatak odam her zaman bir gemiye, Noel Baba'nın kızağına ve ormanlara dönüştü; Max'in odası neden aynısını yapamadı? Vahşi şeylerin olduğu ülkeye macera yaşar. Farklı hayvanlardan farklı vücut parçalarından oluşan çeşit canavarlar. Bu beni bir çocukken biraz korkuttu. Max, vahşi şeylere sevinçle katılırken, oyun zamanlarımdan herhangi birinde korkunç canavarlar olarak eşleştirirdim. Ama Max'in onları bu kadar korkutucu bulamadığını görmek ve onlar da fark ettiğim Max'e ibadet ediyor gibiydi ... belki de canavarlar o kadar korkutucu değil. Bu kitabın korkutucu görünen vahşi şeylerin aslında olmayabileceğine inanmamı sağladığını söylemek isterim. Önemli olan dışarıda değil, falan filan. Ama yine de beni ürkütüyorlar ve oyun zamanı anlarımda hala çok sayıda canavar vardı. Ama kitap aklımda bir klasik olarak kaldı. Tekrar tekrar okurdum. Yaşlandığımda ve okul için sanat projesi yaparken, vahşi şeyleri kilden çıkardığımı hatırlıyorum ve bugün bile renkli çizimlere bakıp kısa hikayeyi okuduğumda içimde yumuşak bir mutluluk hissediyorum. Bir çocuk olarak kendinizi kaybetmek harika bir hikaye ve bir çocuğun okumayı öğrenmesi için harika bir başlangıç. Bir yetişkin olarak nostaljinin sıcaklığını korur.

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Bu kitaba çok güldüm. İlk kadar iyi değil, ama yine de eğlenceli bir okuma. Oğlum bu diziyi seviyor.

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Jim Butcher da bu kitapta hayal kırıklığına uğratmıyor. Biraz örüntü var gibi görünse de - ezici oranlarla mücadele ederken, Harry bir inç ölümün içine giriyor ve kız arkadaşlarına izin yok - itiraf etmelisiniz, bunu stil ve yetenekle yapıyor. Bir zombi T-rex ?? gerçekten başka kim bunu çıkarabilir ???

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** spoiler alert ** I am kind of disappointed with this book. I didn’t even have high expectations but this book was annoying on so many levels. I guess it’s not a smart move to start a review with the parts I didn’t like, but I have to get this out. First of all, the characters. I was never a big fan of Clary, but she was so much more annoying here than before. There is a fine difference between a heroine who is strong, has her own opinions and makes the right moves to save her friends, and someone who is a selfish brat, only does what SHE thinks is right for everyone else and annoys the shit out of me. Yeah, Clary is the second one. There were so many times when I just wanted to punch her or knock my head against a wall… repeatedly. Jocelyn is the next I just can’t grasp. What she’s doing is wrong on so many levels. I am not a mom, but I just can’t believe that a mom would act like that. I mean, she grew up as a Shadowhunter herself, therefore she must KNOW that she just can’t hide her daughter from that world… even less, when she lives in fucking New York. And after all that has happened one w2uld think that she has learned something from the past. Like, you can’t run away from your problems. But no, she does exactly the same again. What I also don’t get is how she reacts to Sebastian/Jonathan. No mother would hate her child from the day he’s born. Even with what Valentine does to his child, every mother would believe in the good part in her child and would not abandon him, but take him with her, when she runs away. Jocelyn reacts like someone who was thrown into the Shadowhunter world as a human and not as if she’s grown up with it. The next are Magnus and Alec, and I am so, so sad to have to say this. Magnus and Alec have been my favorite characters from the beginning, but even their parts felt just wrong to me in this book. I was, as if they were completely different persons all of a sudden, but maybe I just got them wrong before. I don’t get, why Alec went to Camille again and again and again. Yeah, he has his insecurities and has a problem with Magnus’ immortality. I do get that, I guess nearly everyone would feel like that in his position. I also understand why he went to Camille the first and second time. But to go to her after he knew, that there is no way to make him immortal, but only to make Magnus mortal? And then again after he knew he had to kill Raphael to get that wish? And not to say, that he did that even after the battle where he thought he lost Magnus? Sorry, but that is not the Alec I have come to know in the first books. That is such a huge betrayal of trust, if a boy would do that to me, he would never see me again. But Magnus too was just not how he has been the last books. Magnus was always a very observant person. In CP he was nearly the only one who realized what was going on with Will and he didn’t even see him that often. And now, he doesn’t get what’s going on with his boyfriend? Who practically lives with him? Has he gone blind? Or does he just not care? Yeah, I get that he is a very secretive person who doesn’t talk about himself much. But after everything he has done to get together with Alec he just does nothing to hold him? Well… okay. That breakup was made up and unnecessary. There had to be some drama at the end – obvious, there always has to be some new drama at the end of every of Cassie’s books – but that was just the wrong way. What unnerved me the most was that this book was foreseeable as hell. From the part where Izzy and Jocelyn visited the Iron Sisters, I knew exactly what was going to happen. It was obvious that Sebastian was still the bad guy and Cassie didn’t even try to make everyone believe that he could’ve really changed. I would have loved to read what would happen, if he could’ve convinced Clary and the three wanted to “save” the world. That would’ve been fun – and something new! Because there have been so many reiterations. We already had summoning the angel Raziel. We already had Jace half dying but then not. We already had – repeatedly – something happening with Jace at the end of the book. Has Cassie no new ideas? That would be bad, because she just announced that she will write a third Shadowhunter series… There have been much too many making out scenes and too many POV changes. The whole plot of Maya and Jordan was redundant because all they ever did was getting on each other. But alas, there were some parts that I really enjoyed. I loved Simon and Izzy and every small part with both of them. Ad I really want a Simon for myself who will tell me Star Wars stories *-* I loved the Jace-Sebastian-alliance, but like I said, it was too short for my liking. I adored the summoning of the demon and I would’ve loved if Team Good would’ve gone with his plan. That would’ve been fun and something new. But yeah… The fight in the end was really good. Cassie is really good with that sort of thing, so I don’t get why she gets caught up in all those small little annoying scenes that are dispensable for the plot.