Nora Bukhari Bukhari itibaren Bilwinki, Polonya
This book was difficult to start. It took me two times before I was "hooked." It was an easy read, but it was also emotionally draining. Both the lives of Clare and Henry are so complex, and the added characters of Gomez, Alba, Richard, and Kendrick are difficult to keep up with. I was surprisingly unmoved at the ending. It was beautifully done, but I found myself wanting more... or maybe less. I recommend this to people who have time to read this book from start to finish within one to two weeks. Otherwise, it's very difficult to keep up with, and the emotions are lost.
Well, that was a bust. This was written by an author for her dissertation and it shows. Long, long sentences, detailed (and boring) descriptions and very little to hold the attention of someone who doesn't have to read this for a Ph.D. committee. I read the entire introduction and the first two chapters before giving up -- too bad, it is an interesting topic but not done to my taste. However, if you are researching Hollywood and the effects of the gossip columns from the mid-40's to the late 60's, this is the book for you. Me, I DNF.