Iwao Yamamoto Yamamoto itibaren Texas
1994 yılında, bu kitap okullar ve o sırada birlikte olduğum şirket için iş önerilerini bir araya getirirken düşüncelerimi bir araya getirmeme yardımcı oldu.
Bu kitabı birkaç gün içinde (sınav sırasında da!) Yedik. George R.R. Martin'in okuyucu için boyadığı dünya inanılmaz derecede ayrıntılı ve kendinizi içine sokmak çok kolay.
Bu, feminizmin ve kadınların işgücünün evde kalmayı seçmeleri için evde kalmayı seçmedikleri “eğilimi çok düşündürücü bir incelemedir. Nihayetinde, Hirshman çok radikaldir (kadınların istihdam edilmek için "sanat okumamasını" önerdiğinde; sadece bir çocuğu var; ve daha genç veya daha yaşlı erkeklerle evlenin, böylece her iki ebeveynin kariyeri aynı gelişim aşamalarında değil Ancak, genel noktası ilginç ve geçerli ve dikkate değer. Bu konuda daha kapsamlı ve daha iyi düşünülmüş bir kitap için, "Dişil Hata: Çok Fazla mı Veriyoruz?" ile Leslie Bennetts
I was very happy when I found out Robin Hobb had started a new trilogy. I had really enjoyed the previous nine books. But this book... was different. It trudged on, telling more about the political situation in the fantasy world and detailing about customs and manners. It didn't seem like there was any story going on. I left it alone after 250 pages for almost two years and only picked it up because I was bored on the stationary bike. It took another 200 pages because I started to get a little more interested in what happened to the main characters, because, well, things actually happened. The lengthy descriptions of the classes on the academy were boring as hell. This book seriously could've done with half the words, it would have been a lot better. A lot less muck to wade through. And even with all those words I didn't feel at all connected with whatever character. The stiff rules of society and nobility annoyed me to no ends, I was hoping for rebellion on every page. So yeah. Disappointment. I'll probably skip the rest of the trilogy and try the next one.
If you're a sexual deviant with a god complex (and mommy issues), then "Choke" is the perfect light reading for you. Focusing on a young medical school drop-out who works as a colonial times re-enactor and feigns choking in fancy restaurants as a side-job, this novel manages to combine disturbingly graphic events with a lighthearted tone - and although many of the subjects are depressing or just plain strange, the overall result is somehow optimistic.
If I didn't know any better, I'd think that I wrote this book while tripping on some crazy acid. Sei Shonagon is me, if I were inexplicably transported to the Heian Period of Japanese history. She's petty and judgemental and, once she figures out that someone's full of crap, does not hesitate to rip into them. The aching familiarity of her diary's tone brought me a lot closer to ancient history than I ever thought I'd get. Hahaha, I totally just put myself down in this review.