Cezar Bianchi Bianchi itibaren Arthamuru, ఆంధ్ర ప్రదేశ్ 521324, Hindistan
Önümüzdeki olaylarla ilgili hiçbir gizem bırakmadığı için bu kitabı bırakmak zorunda kaldım. Öngörür ve sonra hemen gelir ve size söylerdi. Öğretmen yardım istemek için fırtınaya çıkar, başaracak mı? HAYIR. Çıktılar ve size iki cümle sonra söylediler. Gerilim yok. 58. sayfaya verdim ve daha sonra alamadım. Hikayeyi merak ettim ve okumaya devam etmek istedim, ancak yazar ve editörlerinin gelecekte çok fazla açığa vurmamak için birlikte çalışması gerekiyor. Devam etmek için hiçbir neden bırakmadı.
There are a thousand different themes and links of dicussion to go on with this book. My suggestion, nerdy as it may be, is to find a friend to read it with. The discussion is endless. The power and beauty of storytelling, the madness of life and our fight to maintain it, along with a spirituality all its own, this book will inspire you. It's a good read, told with humor and a captivating voice; there are passages that stay with you and each person has their own. It's honestly one of my favorite books of all time.
Kendra and Seth can't wait for the end of the school year so that they can return to visit their grandparents at Fablehaven. A few days before the school year ends, a scabby kobold appears in her class. The kobold appears normal to everybody except Kendra. With the aid of a kobold exterminator they get rid of him and are then swiftly evacuated to Fablehaven for their own safety. Once there, they find out that the Society of the Evening Star (which opposes preserves such as Fablehaven) has gotten stronger and may have even breached Fablehaven itself. My Review: My goal is to read 4 books between each book of a single author that I read (does that even make sense?). With these Fablehaven books I just couldn't stop myself. In fact, Alison probably resents the books as well because I read most of the book yesterday evening. I wasn't going to go to bed until I finished it. Now onto the book, this book is once again like Harry Potter with adventures and fights against magical creatures. Of course, the kids are always more clever and tougher than the adults. There are unexpected twists and surprises, giving a very enjoyable book.
I loved this book but did not think I would. The story was engaging and a real page turner for me. Reading about midwives/mommy issues is not compelling to me, but I thought this book had a great story line as well as was fascinating to think about the era.