Fabianna Ruman Ruman itibaren Rajgarh, Punjab 148105, Hindistan
dürüst olmak gerekirse, bunu bir sınıf için okudum. metnin kendisi oldukça kurudur ve mesaj eskimiş kabul edilir. bu kitabın müfredata dahil edilmesinin nedeni, geri kalan “çağdaş” argümanları ayırmaktı. Her ne kadar bu kitabın yayınlandığı sırada çığır açıcı kabul edildiğini anlasam da. argümanının bir özetini okumak daha iyi olur diyebilirim.
Kesin bir ilk önce manevi bir rehber arayan herkes için okundu ve mutlu maneviyat dünyasına adım atın.
After reading (and loving) the Magnus Pack series, I am now starting the Pride series. Laurenston has a knack for blending a hot-n-sexy romance with a dash of humor, a yummy alpha hero, and a strong kick-ass heroine then rolling it all into a great paranormal story. No wimpy damsels in distress in these books! Shelly Laurenston is now officially an auto-buy author for me! There are two stories in this book. The first is Christmas Pride with Desiree (Dez) MacDermott and Mason (Mace) Llewellyn as the lead characters. The second story is called Shaw's Tail and the leads are Ronnie Lee Reed and Brendan Shaw. Brendan is a minor character in Christmas Pride and what happens to him towards the end of the story is the beginning of the his story in Shaw's Tail. Overall, I think Christmas Pride was the better story. There didn't really seem to be all that much going on in Shaw's Tail other than Brendan chasing after Ronnie, but honestly, it didn't bother me much because I love the characters and universe of these books enough that a little lack of plot wasn't a big deal. An interesting part of the these two stories is that the fear of commitment is actually on the part of the females. Usually it's the male that doesn't want to commit to a long-term relationship but in these stories it is the male character who does the chasing and is determined to convince the female they are life mates. Dez and Ronnie both panic at the thought of being "in love" and Mace and Brendan, respectively, have to carefully work to convince them they are destined to be together.
I’ve had this book in my stack to read for a few months. For some reason whenever I was ready to start a new book, I kept putting this one off. I don’t know if it was the subject matter, or what… I thought it would be a little depressing, so I just kept looking past it. I’m really glad that I finally got around to this. It was a little sad, but really moving and a very beautifully written story. I only wish Eugenides had gone into more detail about Cal’s life between his huge life change and when he decided to sit down and write his life story. Overall, a great read.
** spoiler alert ** This was one powerful book, start to finish. I honestly couldn't put it down. Room is the story of a five year old boy, Jack, and his mother as told by Jack. It is the story of their captivity in an 11x11 foot room that operates as their kitchen, their bathroom, their bedroom, and their living room. It is dark and awful and somehow tempered through being told by a five year old boy who has never experienced anything but this room, and whose mother has decided to let believe that this room is all there is. Well - this room and Old Nick, the man who comes sometimes in the night to, as Jack puts it, make the bed creak. The writing style, in my mind, perfectly captures how a child would understand an 11x11 foot world. In his world, there is only one dresser, and so it is 'Dresser', not 'the dresser'. He doesn't quite grasp the limitations of the room, of what they can ask their captor Old Nick for, or how much his mother does to protect him and keep him strong. I felt haunted by this book, and I think Emma handled the story, it's content, and the style she chose to use in sharing it all with us brilliantly.