Michael Malyugin Malyugin itibaren Texas
Bunu, tüm zamanların en sevdiğim romanı olarak değiştirecek bir şey hayal edemiyorum. Oku: 10/2004 (Tunus) 11-12 / 2004 (Washington, DC) 11/2007 (Montréal; Portland, OR) 6-7 / 2015 (Portland, OR)
It took me a really long time to read this book...but not because it was boring! It was a very interesting take on the vampire legends, especially with all the terrible teen vampire fiction that is flooding the bookstores now. There were a few slow parts, but overall it is enjoyable for anyone who loves a good mystery, serious vampire story, or history.
Autobiographical journey of Sh Fadhlalla's life from his childhood in Karbala to his travels around the world in search of a purpose. Would make a very nostalgic read for Iraqi baby boomers.
Literariamente hablando, es infumable. En cuanto al desarrollo personal, habla de lugares comunes de manera general. Lo único positivo, que te hace recapacitar... si no te has dormido antes.
Second time reading this and just as good as the first time. Probably one of the best books I've read in the past year. One begins to gain an understanding for the numerous contradictions that Muslim women in the Middle East and Arabian Gulf deal with on a daily basis. Stereotypes and commonly held beliefs are challenged by "hearing" the voices of the women as they discuss how they see themselves and their role in society. I feel like bacon tonight.
Probably my favorite Jane Austen story.