Timna Shilovitski Shilovitski itibaren 35028 Quaggia PD, İtalya
Artık bir kız öğrenci ezmesi değil. Bu adamı seviyorum!
Bu küçük taş, evcil olanın ötesinde hiçbir şeyin olmadığı, ancak kendimiz ve toplum hakkında çok şey keşfettiğimiz akıllı bir hikaye. Wryly mizahi ve bazen kahkahalarla yüksek sesle komik, masal zamansız görünüyor, ama yine de savaşlar arası yılların çağrıştırıcı. "İl Hanım" ın kendisi, çaya davet etmeyi çok sevecek eğlenceli ve sempatik bir arkadaştır.
Süper! Bir köpeğin düşüncelerini duymayı seviyorum ... (Man Bites Dog - ick hariç). İyi yazılmış - hiç düşünmediğim durumlarda metafiziği hikayeye harmanlıyor (araba yarışı / sürüş). 'Drama' olmasına rağmen hoşuma gitti. Mizah gelmeye devam etti ve beni meşgul ve okumaya devam etti. Çok iyi.
Bu kitaptaki hikaye iyi ve güzel. Şahsen Kevin J. Anderson'ı okumakta zorlandım. Onun hakkında ne olduğundan emin değilim, ama yazı stili beni deli ediyor. Her neyse, üçleme oldukça iyi yapılmış ve daha sonra kanonda birçok önemli karakter oluşturuyor.
Creepy, cold, inhuman. Pretty good.
Perhaps I am in the wrong mental state to fully appreciate this book, but I thought it was awful. I appreciate how honest Vanzant is about her life and the scenes surrounding her daughter's death brought me to tears. The rest of the book just seemed like a never ending saga of drama and Vanzant playing the victim. We all have flaws and the bible is filled with flawed characters that God used to teach and lead his people, but some of Vanzant's flaws are quite scary considering her age and experience. I do not understand how she was thirty years old before she had a clear understanding that she had been raped as a child. It sounded like a hyperbole to me. I also was taken aback when she wrote that she spent the first 50 years of her life insane. That is quite a statement coming from a woman who made her living from being a spiritual healer and a Priestess. I was done when she wrote about not paying taxes for a year because she didn't think she had to and wound up on a payment plan with the IRS to the tune of 30k a month. This woman lost the majority of her money for such a silly reason and at that point she was well in to her 40's I believe. I won't use this review as a platform to rip this author. Obviously, she has been through enough and she goes on and on about being a bad mother, not believing her own hype, marrying a cheater, etc. I don't need to add anything else to it. I will say that women really need to find a grain of happiness and hold on tight to it. Vanzant needs to stop blaming men and her absent father for all of her mistakes. At some point you have to pick up the pieces, dust yourself off and keep it moving. It does not sound like she has found peace. It sounds like she is in need of cash and trying to get herself back out there. I am not mad at the sister, but this book was totally depressing and really put a damper on my good mood.