Chris Swimley Swimley itibaren Cueva de Ágreda, Soria, İspanya
Kötü hissediyorum ama sadece Richelle Mead hikayesini okudum ....
Picoult biraz vur ya da özlüyor .... Bazı romanları seviyorum ama bu onlardan biri değildi.
An exciting work of ethnography/anthropology. The book is in two sections; in the first she hangs out in the Florida panhandle collecting black folk tales, and in the second she goes to New Orleans and infiltrates the voodoo scene. There's a joy present in her writing that contrasts in interesting ways with the gloom of Invisible Man, which I had just read.
One of the best of the Christopher Moore books.
I was forced (forced, I tell you) to read this in college. Not my cup o' tea.
This is an easy read and extremely funny in parts.