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Samantha Scaloni Scaloni itibaren Bamnia, Madhya Pradesh, Hindistan

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Kahramanlarımızın karşılaştığı zorluklar tehlikede büyümeye devam ediyor ve aldatma seviyeleri yeni boyutlara ulaşıyor. Yeni bir öğrenciyle ve yeni bir peygamberle tanışıyoruz. İşler değişiyor!

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Kendileriyle dolu ve dehşet verici karakterler, özellikle görkemli kıvrımlar ve dönüşlerle bir senaryoya öncülük ediyor.

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bir serinin parçasıyım ve çocuklarım gibiyim - dizi ve hafif gizemli kitapları seviyorum

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Kitabı beğendim. Onu bırakmakta gerçekten zorlandım, ancak acı tatlı sonlarımda zorlandım. Genelde hayalet kitapları sevmiyorum çünkü hayaletin hayata geri dönmesinin bir yolu yok ve mutlu bir sonun tadını çıkarıyorum. Bu kesinlikle kişisel bir tercih olsa ve yine de kitap öneririz.

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I had high hopes for this book. I love fairytales and I loved The Wizard of Oz but this book was nothing but disappointing. I'd even go as far to call it horribly boring. The author clearly wanted to right a book about something else. Something that no one finds interesting. So he just attaches his agenda to one of the great mysteries of all time: Who is the Wicked Witch of the West? And despite almost 400 pages of rhetoric he manages to never answer that question to my satisfaction. It was pedantic, uninteresting, and a struggle to complete.

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I loved this book. Even though it's translated from Portuguese to English the prose is still so beautiful. Every word is important. I took a long time to read this book because I wanted to savor it. It was like a cookie from Sticky Fingers! I especially liked how you could take the book's lessons in so many different ways, and take the Blindness that spreads through the population to mean to many things. Like 28 Days Later but better -raj

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This is a novel packed with the deepest emotions experienced by any human heart. Almost the entire story takes place in the Governor's mansion in Tennessee. Gray London is the governor. His wife is Mackenzie London. There is their daughter, Maddie, who is just beginning kindergarten. Along with these characters are Eugenia, the mother in law and Jeremiah, the gardener. Each person in this circle are giving people until the unexpected happens in their lives. This one event will reshape their lives for better or worse. The novel is so powerful that I shared it with my husband. Denise Hildreth Jones' Jeremiah is so special especially when he is playing with Maddie, or thinking about Mackenzie. Jeremiah knows The Lord well. However, he doesn't preach. He allows his flowers to speak through him. He knows the meaning of almost every flower or bulb: the amarillys, an orchid, lily, rose, etc. "I been thinkin' a lot these days 'bout my ol' daddy. He the one taught me 'bout talkin' to God. Taught me a lot 'bout flowers too. He always say, "God can handle my yellin', and flowers can win a heart." I learned so much about grace, strength and grief while reading this novel. Some sentences I read more than once. Others I repeated more than once throughout the day in order to never forget an old truth made new or a truth never known to me. "All you need is today's grace. And when you get to tomorrow, God will have all the grace you need to get through that day too." I also enjoyed the fun moments in the novel. I enjoyed Eugenia's bickering with Jeremiah. I especially loved Eugenia's friends: Dimples, Sandra and Berlyn. One time Eugenia describes her friends with these words. "When they retired from meddling, they should all become spies for the CIA." The First Gardener is unforgettable. It's a journey into hearts and minds. The novel is of staggering proportions. denisehildrethjones