Cornelia Kr Kr itibaren Dhenga, Jharkhand 825311, Hindistan
Tamam, sonunda diziyi okudum ve beğendim, iyi oldu. Beni uçurmadı, ama YA ve vampirleri seviyorsanız ve ellerinizde çok fazla zaman varsa, o zaman gidin. Kitap eğlenceliydi, ama biraz daha derine bakarsanız çok fazla delik vardı, onlara bakabilirim, ama bu yüzden 3 yıldızdan daha yüksek olamaz. Son kitabı gerçekten çok sevdim ama bir bütün olarak dizi benim için sadece 3. Benim için iyi ama harika değil. Ama Bloodlines serisine katılmayı yeterince sevdim.
A really good book. Thi could really happe to someone that's what I love about the book.
زندگي آدمي كه نمي تونه خودش رو به خاطر اشتباهي كه كرده ببخشه و تاوان اين اشتباه رو با تباه كردن زندگي خودش و تنها عشقش، پس مي ده. كتاب خيلي تاثير گذاري بود
This was one of my favorite children's books. Ok, so I still like it. ;) I can't wait until my niece is old enough for me to read it to her. This story taught me a lot about the power of kindness and persistence to overcome fear and dislike.
This was a very interesting book, and I think the graphic novel/comic book format made the story much more interesting and accessible. I found the story interesting on its own, but I think the format that it was written in allowed a greater connection to the story, and the author, than could have been achieved in a novel. Admittedly, there were moments in the book where I did not like the main character very much – but overall, I really enjoyed this.
Far exceeded expectations! An urban twist on the "fantasy quest" theme. Hearing that the story contained cockroaches and rats, I had not been eager to pick it up. But by the end of the story, I was crying when a cockroach died. That's storytelling power. John Eldredge notes that humans have always loved the story of the epic quest. Certain archetypical elements reappear time after time. Suzanne Collins has used many of the standard themes of the epic quest, but in an original way, and scaled to fit the interest of the contemporary child. Check it out: 1. A small, unlikely hero, who surprises everyone by being more than he seems (like the Hobbit). 2. A portal into a fantasy world (like Alice in Wonderland) 3. A long-lost father (like A Wrinkle in Time) 4. A mysterious hidden city (like City of Ember) 5. An ancient prophecy (like Susan Cooper's series) 6. A quest by diverse companions (like The Fellowship of the Ring) 7. A character with a choice to give up his life so others may be saved (Like the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe). Sure, the treatment is a little juvenile, but that just means I can highly recommend Gregor the Overlander to children as well as adults!