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Son olarak, satın alın, 37. doğum günü indirim Gramedia: D incelemesi zaten havasında ise: D ama bazı nedenlerden dolayı, 86 okumak istemiyorum bunun yerine bu kitabı okumakta sorun yok.

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Eksik bir cümleyi Annie Proulx tarafından yazılanlardan daha fazla takdir etmedim. Bilinç akışı yazımı mekan ve insanlar hakkında gerçek bir fikir verir. Yakın kutupların soğuk, öngörülemezliğinde yaşamayı özledim.

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İlkinden bile daha iyi! Jessica Darling'in çalkantılı son sınıfını çok sevdim.

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Although it was an interesting story, this one wasn't nearly as good as My Sister's Keeper. There were unexpected turns and twists in the plot, but you could basically predict the outcome. I enjoyed Picoult's style of writing in My Sister's Keeper, but I have a problem with reading an author's second book (well, second book of her's that I've read) and seeing the patterns in an author's style, so blatantly repeated. Makes it a little boring for me. One thing that was particularly startling was the honesty with which Picoult writes of teenage sex games, parties, etc. I don't know about you, but holy jesus! These things certainly weren't happening at the parties I went to in highschool. scary. Anyway - Picoult sincerely thanks her teenage sources for their information, which only solidifies the possibilities of truth in the graphic party scenes in this book. I'd say this topic of the book was the part that kept coming up in my mind throughout and after I had finished the book. Oh and the fact that the protagonist's name is Trixie annoys the shit out of me. Doesn't that just lead her straight onto the dance floors and poles in Vegas? Would recommend My Sister's Keeper, but not really this one.