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Bu kitap, 39 haftalık gebe spor salonunda bisikletle günde bir saat izlememin sebebidir. Bir sayfa çevirici, ancak her şey söylendiğinde ve yapıldığında, sayfaları çevirmekten zevk aldığımdan emin değilim.
eh .... hiç sevmediğim, henüz bırakmak istemediğim bir kitap okumadım. çok garip .... sonu emdi. kitabın tıbbi / EMT yönleri ilgimi çekti; tanıdık bir şey. bunun hakkında
Stevenson'ın klasik romanı, yazıldıktan yaklaşık 150 yıl sonra mükemmel bir isim tanımaya sahiptir, ancak hikayesi Jekyll ve Hyde'ın pop kültürel vizyonuna çok az benzemektedir. Bu kitabın yeniden tasarlanması şaşırtıcı değil - bu bir Victoria ahlak hikayesi, gerçekten bir skeç ve bir çizgi romana kolayca ödünç verecek bir şey değil. Jekyll ve Bay Hyde'ın Tuhaf Davası, döneminden itibaren tipik bir gizem yapısına sahiptir, bu basit bir açıklamadan önce çok sıkıcı bir birikim içerir, ancak güzel bir dil ve bariz bir fikirle bunu telafi eder. kalıcı güç.
I love the metaphor of the library within us,a place to store all we have experienced (real or imagined). It goes without saying that I'd love any story where cats and humans can converse in a common language. The spirit world/doppleganger element reminded me a lot of David Lynch's work, particularly Twin Peaks...the evil-spirit within, a la Bob of the Black Lodge. The crows are not what they seem... All that I have read of Murakami now (this, Wind-up Bird, and Elephant Vanishes) fails to disappoint. His writing is powerful and engaging. His World of dreams and memory is visceral yet sublime, horrific, phantasmagoric, and at turns meditative. Kafka on the Shore resemebles the other novel of his I've read, The Wind-up Bird Chronicles, in structure and themes. I will continue to pick up Murakami's books and enjoy them with relish. He is, right now, my favorite living modern author.
Dark Glamour is the continuation/sequel, to 666 Park Avenue. Jane and Malcolm are still married though they have separated in hopes that it will be harder for the “bad guys” to find them. Jane has decided to stay in New York and try and make it up to the friends whose lives she has endangered and also to figure out a way to get Lynne Doran, her evil Mother-in-Law, to leave them alone. While trying to figure out where Malcolm is, Jane discovers a secret that she thinks Lynne would give anything to know. This little tidbit may be her ticket to some peace and quiet…but then that would be too easy, wouldn’t it. It took me 3 days to read this book. That is highly unusual for me…if I’m enjoying the book it’s done in little more than 24 hours. This one just didn’t “grab” me; on top of that, it moved very slowly. In a word I was BORED! I didn’t really care what happened. Jane spent way too much time mentally debating EVERYTHING! Not just the big stuff but inconsequential stuff like what shoes to wear. Snooze-ville! And it was predictable! I knew what was going to happen long before it ever did…with the exception of one event involving Jane’s grandmother at the end of the book. Overall, the story was pretty good if you could get past the minutiae. Pierce left us hanging, yet again, and I am curious as to how the series will be resolved. I just hope she gets there a lot faster in the next book.