Franco Mart Mart itibaren Alcossebre, Castellón, İspanya
On the eve of the outbreak of WW2, a clipper ship of the Pan American Line is due to fly from England to New York. These massive flying boats are the epitome of luxury and passage can be afforded by only the wealthy. It's a mixed bag on this trip-an aristocratic family who have been forced to leave England because of the fathers fascist views, a petty crook,an eloping couple who are being pursued by the womans jealous husband and various others.It's a gripping and exciting tale, well written and a good,fast,satisfying read.
As a child, anything that had to do with talking dolls just fascinated me. I've always struggled to really grasp the idea that inanimate objects don't have any sort of subjectivity. I guess this comes from being an only child, and I guess this is why my garage is full of Cabbage Patch Kids that I can't seem throw away. Anyway, this series of books is funny, but also really touching. The relationship between Omri and Little Bear always gets to me.