Jon Marthick Marthick itibaren Yanco NSW 2703, Avustralya
Sembolizm / anlam biraz belirsizdir, hikayenin anlamı hakkında kendi yorumlarınızı oluşturmanız için çok fazla alan bırakır (yazar kesinlikle mesajını hecelemez). Bu kitap, stil nedeniyle (paragraflar ve çok az noktalama işareti) geçmesi biraz zor ... Yükselen bir kitap değil, ama yine de okumaya değer. Sonunda titreme var.
Cizvit uzayda. Bu bana böyle anlatıldı ve neden aldım. Şimdiye kadar ilginç. Bu kitabın sonunda bir tür ve sevgi dolu Tanrı'ya inanmanın hiçbir yolu olmadığına dair fikrine değer verdiğim biri tarafından söylendi, ancak devam filminin sizi tekrar inandırmasına neden olacak ... bu kadar. Bunu bitirdikten ve devamından sonra her ikisinin de iyi olduğunu ve acı ve inançla çok uğraştığını söyleyebilirim. Bence bu iyi bir kitap.
What a lovely, poignant story. I absolutely love how Charlotte Bronte writes. I can't believe it has taken me this long to get to--a very easy read in relatively current language. This classic novel really has staying power, despite the fact that it is more than 100 years old, it is an ageless story. Jane Eyre is an incredibly likable character, one who stays with you long after you close the book. Loved it!
I wasn't really sure about this book at the beginning. I a total V girl so it was an incredibly hard read for me. Even though JR had warned us I was still surprised to see V in such a state. I had always been a little bit (ok a lot) disappointed in his ghost of a shellan. The beginning of this book certainly didn't change that. I spent the first half thinking "See she hasn't helped him get over his issues at all." In the end I think V working through his issues with the help of Butch more than anyone else was totally appropiate. Butch was the first person to break through V's shell. He made it possible for V to come together with Jane and for his final acceptance of himself and a loving relationship. One of the most satisfying scenes in the whole book for me was when V and Butch were laying on the bed just being together. I know it seems weird that I've written so much about Payne and Manny's book and haven't mentioned them once. That's because I really see this as V's book with their story as secondary (maybe this is because I'm a V girl?). I don't think I'm totally invested in them as a couple. I would have liked to see more at the end. I liked Manny and V's interactions more than anything, especially their acceptance of each other in the end. Finally a person in the mansion with my taste in music. I can't wait the hear the Escalade rocking Avenged Sevenfold and Bullet for My Valentine. I am disappointed in a few things. I really wanted to see Payne inducted into the Brotherhood and V and Jane's mating cermony. I would have liked to see the continuation of the Manny/Butch/Wrath connection. I'm a rabid team Qhuay fan so I definitely wanted to see more of them not just Qhuinn. And of course in typical JR fashion she opened up several story lines that still have me scrathing my head wondering where they are going. I'm sure she will tell eventually. In the end I loved the book. I was sad to see it end and am counting down the days until the next one (Qhuinn and Blay please!!).
No. We did however have an interesting discussion about this book at our book club. I'll give it that.