itibaren Dharera, Uttar Pradesh, Hindistan
Güzel bir sonuç. Bu ve kitap 6 aklımdaki dizinin üstleri.
Wow this book was like a puzzle. It is definitely a book that needs to be read twice to fully appreciate all the details & honestly for you to completely understand what happened. I totally loved it though. I loved the author's super descriptive writing that makes a clear picture in your mind all of the mysterious & dream-like creations & landscapes that pervade this book. I really liked Celia & Marco. Unfortunately, there were so many characters & POV's the secondary characters were hard to keep straight & therefore weren't fully fleshed out!to me. For instance in the beginning I kept getting Chandresh, Mr. A. H- & Mr. Barris mixed up. I also felt like the jumping around from year to year back& forth was tremendously confusing. Several times I had to go back a few chapters to make sure I remembered what had happened & where she left off in that year. In conclusion, I felt this book was a unique story that was beautifully visual (& would make an excellent movie, which I hear Summit has bought the rights to, so we'll see), but is like I said: like a puzzle. I will definitely put this on the "to read again" shelf.
Often times called The Bible of the animal rights movement, this is an absolute must read for anyone is has ever questioned the ethical issues behind how we treat our animals in today's society.
This book was very unique and I felt the hunger games so cruel. I loved the way that Susanne Collins describes the poverty and suffering. It's the world controld by the Capital. It feels so helpless, but yet some hope because of a 16 year old girl named Katniss. She volunteers to go to the hunger games to save her sister from going. She is the girl on fire… But she is always second guessing herself. As the hunger games progress she is left with only her hunting skills and her hunger to survive.
Loved this series the best!