Michael Middleditch Middleditch itibaren Ponyri 2-e, Kurskaya oblast', Rusya, 306002
Bu kitabı sevemezsiniz. Aktör Simon Callow da gerçekten harika bir sesli kitap versiyonu yapıyor.
önceki kitapta gurur, asla vazgeçmeyen kahramanlarının en kötü kusurları arasındaydı, bu kitapta başkalarının isteklerine boyun eğmek arka plan. Sosyal rütbesine ait olmayan basit bir genç adama aşık olan ANNE, evlilik teklifini reddetmeli ve sekiz yıl boyunca kayıp bir sevginin gizli kederiyle yaşamalıdır. ama FREDERICK, yeni bir pozisyonla ve reddedilen bir aşk için soğukluğuyla geri döndüğünde, hayatları tekrar buluşana kadar değişir. benimki 4.5.
Although the concept of parallel worlds is very much an element of science fiction, Through to You has a very contemporary genre feel. Emily Hainsworth's Through to You is a novel about love, loss, grief... and the choices we make if we could be given a second chance. Camden has never been the same ever since his girlfriend, Viv, died in a car accident several months ago. She was always by his side after an injury ended his dreams of playing football as a career, but now he feels empty and lifeless without her. And worse still, he can't shake the guilt and pain that the lethal accident was all his fault. When he stumbles into a parallel world, he meets a very much alive Viv, but she's not quite the same person he loved and lost. Nina is a very sweet girl, and I felt so bad for her when Camden tried to brush her aside in favour of seeing Viv. She may not voice it aloud, but you can tell in her actions just how much it affected her to see Camden even though he had idea who she even was. Camden has always maintained a perfect image of Viv in his memory, but seeing a different version of Viv makes him realize she had her faults too. The window between the parallel worlds is closing, and time is running out for Camden to make a choice: to be with Viv again or finally let her go. I thought it was refreshing to read a male perspective about losing a loved one. Camden is such a great guy under the surface, but he's also broken and needs time to heal. I was incredibly worried how seeing Viv again would hurt him emotionally. I was also curious about the thoughts running though Nina's mind, but I think if the novel had been told from her point of view, Through to You wouldn't have been the same reading experience. The ending is rather bittersweet, but it also made perfect sense to me. I really don't think I can imagine it concluding any other way. Emily Hainsworth's Through to You is a remarkable debut I won't soon forget. I'm looking forward to reading Hainsworth's next YA novel!