Ebru itibaren Pournari 350 10, Yunanistan
Gerçek parti hayvanları bunu ormanda yapıyor. En iyi bebek kitabı.
It's hard to rate a collection of essays- some were engaging and entertaining, some I skipped through. Since I've always been a Barbara Kingsolver fan, I enjoyed learning about the behind-the-scenes (behind-the-chapters?) life of an authoress. But if I'm picking up a book it's because I'm seeking a good story. I can read blogs if I want essays.
Perhaps it's because I've been reading Maeve Binchy books since I was a teenager, and because I have a "good Irish name" (as I was told when I visited Ireland) but I've always been fond of Irish writers. A lot of the books I've read have featured the perspective of almost every character, and that's the case with Semi-Sweet. The story starts right as Hannah's boyfriend Patrick tells her he's leaving her for another woman. It's not just a story of recovering from heartbreak, but also tells the story of life in the Irish town in which Hannah, her family and their friends live. This is one of those books where you have a good idea how it's going to end up when you begin it, but I was happy to say that at least one romantic element took me by surprise. There's drama, romance and I really enjoyed the cozy element of Hannah's cupcake shop. If you enjoy cozy stories, then definitely pick up Semi-Sweet!