Ibrahim Asaad Asaad itibaren Deer River, MN 56636, Birleşik Devletler
Einstein'ın biyografisini okuduğumda, karşı karşıya kaldığı tüm zorluklara rağmen, dünyanın her zaman umut içinde kaybettiği ve diğer yandan teorik düşünmenin değerinin, tek başına bir şeyden vazgeçmediğimiz, iyimserliği ve büyük itici gücü reddettiğini her zaman umutsuz olduğunu hissediyorum.
I liked seeing the disaster from someone else's point of view. It was interesting seeing the events unfold in a massive city where conditions are, I would say, slightly better than Miranda had them in the first book. But then, Alex and his sisters were very lucky when it came to food. There were a few people who helped and if they hadn't, all three of the Morales's would surely have perished. Also, this is a grittier, tougher read than Life As We Knew It. Alex had to do things that sickened him so he and his sisters could survive. It was hard to read in some places, either because I wanted the story to move past something or because I hated their suffering. Still, Alex and his sister's (perhaps one more than the other) have faith the entire time and it gets them through in the end. Sooome of the acts of kindness/lifeline/whatever-you-call-it were a teeny bit unbelievable. But I think they're plausible - just. All in all, a great book.