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Ignacio Del Barrio Robledo Del Barrio Robledo itibaren Texas

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Zines'ten gelen parlak bir kitap. Evergreen hakkında pasajlar harika. Aslında, her şey hakkındaki pasajlar çok komik.

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Kutsal tırnak ısırıcı! Tamam ... Çabuk bir tırnak kontrolü yapmam gerek! Annie O'Sullivan'ın kaçırılmasının ilk bölümünden son bölümlerin şok edici vahiyine ... bu kitap sizi koltuğunuzun kenarında bulacak !! ZORUNLU okuyun çünkü bu onun en iyi gerilim olduğunu! Yazar Chevy Stevens için ballpark ev çalıştırmak yumruk kitabından ne bir hit!

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David Copperfield / Charles Dickens; "Phiz" ile illüstrasyonlar; E.K. Kahverengi (1950)

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Eğlenceli masal, Kaz Kızı (1. kitap) kadar iyi değil, ama eğlenceli bir okuma.

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I have been trying to think of another book I hated as much as this one - and am coming up blank. The Roses came close, but even that wasn't half as stupid. A Harlequin romance posing as adult Twilight crap. A protagonist who is unbelievably brainy and her 1500 year old boyfriend who has the social awarenenss of am autistic child. Our heroine is an athlete who is exhausted by the simplest physical effort and must, at 3 hour intervals, be "scooped up" or "swept up" by her boyfriend and tucked into bed like an infant before sleeping for 20 hours and waking up to be fed heaping mounds of food. Lots of food. Talk about hunger and exhaustion is non-stop! Interrupted only for long chats about their great love and total acceptance of each other, the huge importance of family and honesty and tolerance. Unfortunately - all that talk means nothing. They are constantly at odds, he treats her like a helpless infant - and she loves it! - and she keeps anything from him that she worries might be upsetting. They both treat their families as though they're wild tigers that might attack at any moment. I cannot help imagining the author as an anti-social shut-in who has never been on a date - and simply has to imagine what real discourse between a man and a woman is like. This person must also be living in a very remote area, where food must be delivered to her and must often come days late. Clinical depression seems likely, given all the sleep our heroine requires. YUCK!