Don Difur Difur itibaren Tirlokpur, Uttar Pradesh 272153, Hindistan
Bu kitapta anlatılan masalı çok beğendim. Mesih öncesi Yahudi yaşamının tanımının gerçekten ilginç olduğunu düşündüm. Ancak, yazarın inanılmaz bir yazar olduğunu düşünmüyorum. O iyi, ama harika değil. Hikaye sürükleyici iken nesir değildi.
I would give this a higher rating if I could get through more than three pages at a time before falling asleep. Not sure if it was this particular translation or if my command of the English language just isn't what I thought it was, but I found this book to be very dense. I enjoyed the Maxims and Interludes but just can't get through the rest.
I hate myself for how much I liked this book. I loved it. I've read it more than once. It makes me feel good, almost tingly in my special place good. Truly, this is the Harlequin Novel for educated women. What better boyfriend in the world is there than the time-traveling-ass-kicking-punk-rock-librarian-sensitive-father-figure? And who better to identify with than the beautiful-patient-strong-artist-lady-whose-personality-is-just-blank-enough-to-be-just-like-you? Someone please tell me, so I can add it to my daydream repertoire. They love each other like crazy! They understand each other! There is enough tragedy and weirdness to make it a "great romance"! Yay. While the structure of the book is inventive, the story itself is pretty pat. So predictable and mushy at points, I've tossed the book down in exasperation/embarrassment at how much I was actually enjoying myself. If you have a low tolerance for this kind of silliness, I wouldn't recommend it to you. If you like your romance novels but don't want other people seeing you read the girl porn books you can buy at the grocery store (and I know I'm one of them), you'll like this.