Anissa Hafaiedh Hafaiedh itibaren Saint-Martin-Sepert, Fransa
Camel Club serisinin sonuncusu - iyi bir tane.
I read this book on the airline heading for our vacation to San Francisco, Oregon and Olympic National Park. I was done the book by the time we landed in San Francisco. It was a good read with time to reflect on the church and life and death. However, having been to the "Twilight" area in Forks, my next book will be of a lighter genre. Did I say lighter? I guess it is since I don't take stories of werewolves seriously and would not be reading this book had we not visited this area.
This novel shook me to my core; left my hands shaking, my heart squeezed with anguish, my stomache knotted with sorrow, my head swimming with despair. I know no greater testament to the cruelities of war. Every man, woman, and child must read this book. As long as nations continue to send their people to die, as long as humans desecrate the beauty of life with their savage blood-letting, this book will stand as a call for peace.