Hesham Mansy Mansy itibaren Kami, Nagaland 797107, Hindistan
En yanlış anlaşılmış bir kadının anlayışlı tarihi. Kitap (ne de kadın?) Kirsten Dunst filmi gibi izlemeyi bitirmemeyi seçtim.
Tanıtım: Bu yaratıcı hikaye, okuyucuyu sadece rüyalarda olabilecek bir maceraya götürür. Mickey gece mutfağını ziyaret eder ve eve gitmeye çalışırken heyecanlı bir zaman geçirir. Anahtar Kelimeler / Temalar: hayal gücü, yemek pişirme, mutfak Okuryazarlık Becerileri: Baskı motivasyonu-bu hikaye birçok ailenin favorisi, yaratıcı hikaye çizgileri baskı motivasyonunu artırır. Kelime-bu hikaye büyük mutfak / yemek ile ilgili kelime bir sürü. Ödüller: Caldecott Onur Kitabı
Serinin en iyi kitabı. Sizi sonuna kadar bağlamanızı sağlayacak aksiyon dolu bir roman. Harry'nin 7 kitabın tamamında olgunlaştığını görüyorsunuz, ancak bu kitapta gerçekten plakaya adım atıyor ve eylemlerinin sorumluluğunu üstleniyor ve gerçekten bir erkek oluyor.
In my opinion you can't compare this book with "Twiligt", because "A Discovery of Witches" is far more better!! This book isn't just a fantasy story, it is also full of author's knowledge of history, alchemy and science thus making it a unique and enjoyable read. The details about these issues are amazing, and although it may tire those who aren't that patient, everyone will admire the exquisite way in which Deborah Harkness weaves her academic knowledge in the web of the story. As for the characters, Diana is a brilliant, dynamic and somewhat stubborn woman and Matthew is also brilliant, impressive and overprotective man, with great love for science, art and litterature. Since the two of them decide to join forces to find the manuscript it seems that nothing can stop them. But, this cooperation provokes the world of magical creatures- in which the most important rule is that relationships between different creatures are forbidden- and especially the anger of the witches. Witches start chasing Diana and they do not hesitate to cause harm in order to acquire this manuscript. It is worth mentioning that the author manages to document excellently into this fantasy story the fact that people reject their responsibility for their ruthless and inhuman acts, hiding behind "orders" and "humanism". Get ready to read a book with strong characters, great world-building and awesome plot that will captivate you from the first pages.
I found this book a bit too epic for its own good but it tells a fascinating story very well for the vast majority of the time. I think it captures very well the drama and wonder of one of history's true voyages into the unknown but doesn't over romanticise events. It offers an intriguing look into the world of the natives before they came into large scale contact with whites and shows the variety of moral codes by which the different Indian nations lived. There is also plenty to think about in terms of just how vast and remote the west of America truly was with the technology of the very early 19th century and how the United States becoming a country that spanned the continent was far from inevitable at this point.