Jesse Chapo Chapo itibaren Metropolis, IL, Birleşik Devletler
so soooo iyi ..... yani soooo iç karartıcı. 15 yaşında ve hala zamanında ve alakalı. Ayrıca, bilmiyorsan, ilham verici biri, eğer istersen, ya da Tel.
http://nwhyte.livejournal.com/2190667.html[return Karışık[return KarışıkBu, Ian Rankin'in yazdığı ilk kitap. Burada gerçekten bir gizem yok - bu sadece küçük kasaba Fife'de ergenlik ve bükülmüş aile dinamikleri hikayesi, hem uzun süre gömülü hem de daha yeni cinsel sırlar, onları tutmak zorunda olanları rahatsız ediyor. Aslında çözünürlüğü biraz fazla kolay buldum, ancak geri kalanı yapımda harika bir hikaye anlatanı gösteriyor.
Muhtemelen karımın hamileliği sırasında okuduğum en bilgilendirici ve rahatlatıcı kitap.
I thought this was an interesting look at a young man's perspective in post-war Germany. I never felt very much sympathy towards Hanna (althouh I didn't think she was meant to be a truly sympathetic character), except for the fact that she was so stubborn and could not give in to accepting her faults in admitting her problems, which obviously would have improved her life dramatically and potentially would have prevented her from making some poor life decisions; her getting involved with a 15 year old was also not really something that could be looked past, although I suppose she thought he was 17 (but still!). I felt bad for the narrator as he was put into a mature situation at such a young age.
Funny with nmmth behind it
As the only male in America over the age of 25 who isn't a serious World War II fetishist, I was not particularly enthused about the prospect of this. However: this is a pretty nifty little piece of crime fiction predicated on the notion of Hitler winning World War II and achieving detente with the U.S. Though maddeningly hide-bound in its conventions (there is a beautiful, plucky reporter with a checkered past, for example), this is an awfully surprising little read. Once one gets over the hurdle of believing that there could be an SS functionary who wasn't all that sold on Hitler, it moves smartly and briskly, never entirely turning into the unintelligible gobbledygook that often happens to intricate political thrillers.