Mustafa Kusaksiz Kusaksiz itibaren Texas
Bu Maguire'nin okuduğum ilk kitabı ve benim favorim. Oyunu görmedim çünkü kitap sevgimi bozmak istemiyorum.
Aeneid'in ilginç yeniden anlatımı. Çok tarihsel temelli, yani biraz kayboldum. Muhtemelen önce Virgil'in orijinal çalışmasını okumalıydı! İyi hikaye, ama gerçekten benim tarzım değil.
Soğuk Savaş'ı kimin kışkırttığı ve kimin devam ettirdiğine dair dengeli bir görüş göstermeye çalışmak zor görevi dener.
Bu kitapla hemen yarasadan çekildim. Hikaye çizgisine hayran kaldım.
When I was younger I read a lot of Lurlene McDaniel. You know, she wrote books mostly about kids/teens with terminal illnesses and either their lives, friendships, or romances that they formed with people. So, reading A Walk to Remember wasn't anything new or unique to me. The book was really well written, though, and if I wasn't reading it next to my mom I probably would have started crying at the end... but I didn't. I sort of wished Nicholas Sparks made Jamie seem less like a saint though. That was probably his intent though, but personally I think I would have liked Jamie a lot more and felt for her a lot more if she had a few flaws. It would make her seem like more of a real person. But, it was still good with Jamie the way she was written. I don't have much else to say. The book genuinely was a good read, but for me it was like an old read. It was reminiscent though of my younger days. I think this is a book that people will enjoy. You probably will be able to read it in a morning just like I did, so it's a good beach read. But be warned... you probably will cry. Oh, and how was the movie? I haven't seen it.