Riccardo Montalto Montalto itibaren Texas
The downside: I remember a lot of explicit sex scenes, tho not terribly long ones. One was between the wife and a man she was not married to. The scene was kind of significant because she demonstrated that her husband was all she could think of...well, except that she was having sex with a different man. But somehow this was loyalty, and if she was terribly lonely and made a mistake, at least her heart held out and the not-a-husband was shamed into leaving. It was touching when I read it the first time. A lot of swearing. A lot of cultural references for a culture that never appealed to me and so i didn't get a whole level of references and whatever they were supposed to do for the reader. They did let me track some of the time, anyway. The upside:A really great love story, very moving, and about loyalty and separation and more. The storyline let me see something horrible was coming. The author helped me handle it.Keeping track of our time jumping hero was good exercise. I remember a lot of really weird sentence structures that could not exist in an ordinary book. Having to talk about future events in the past, or past events that were yet to come, and everything criss crossing, did twisty things to our English grammar. Over all, I'm glad I read the book. I also chose to not keep it.
Time is limited , but you know that by the tick tock of the clock...I liked it ,even it made me think about life.