Jonathan Billick Billick itibaren 64024 Casabianca TE, İtalya
This story is about a divorced mother of two who moved from London to the sometimes bittersweet mountains of France to pursue her dream tapestry business. It follows Catherine through her business/personal woes but at the same time it paints a beautiful picture of her surroundings and her becoming one with the mountains and neighbors. This book is what I will call a slow read, which is not a bad thing in this case. It’s just that you cannot really rush through it like with a lot of books. I think this book is meant for someone who reads with patience. There are a lot of detailed descriptions and you want to make sure you can soak it all in.
What a load of horse hooey! I've had dogs my entire 50-some years of life and not once has one of them sent me a telepathic message! They DO communicate however - it's called BODY LANGUAGE - and that's what I was hoping to learn more about in this book.
perhaps it's the way i read this book (with plenty of acting out moments), but i found this play to be beautiful in and FOR all its profound and bare honesty. If you like to study people, then this is a perfect bound piece of a subtle psychoanalysis of a man struggling...suffering...and trying to survive in a time of depression. The flashbacks intermingling with the present are so raw, yet so eloquent. You can literally hear, feel, and see what is dialogued as the story progresses. What else can be said, but "Just read it"?
No tiene un ritmo ágil o una historia coherente, por lo cual toma mucho tiempo su lectura. Es extremadamente largo, y está miuy lejos de ser un bestseller o un clásico. Habla de una historia tipo "rite of passage" de un hombre que debe liberar a su tribu (en Norteamérica c. 7000 ac) del yugo de un malvado líder de una tribu enemiga. Ni el buen manejo del misticismo ni el final valen la pena.