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Alexis Rhetiere Rhetiere itibaren Rylstone NSW 2849, Avustralya itibaren Rylstone NSW 2849, Avustralya

Okuyucu Alexis Rhetiere Rhetiere itibaren Rylstone NSW 2849, Avustralya

Alexis Rhetiere Rhetiere itibaren Rylstone NSW 2849, Avustralya

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Kurt Vonnegut ile dün konuşmaları bitirdi ve bu sabah dün öldüğü talihsiz haberleri öğrendi. Kitabın, tıpkı "yazarlarla söyleşiler" serisinde olduğu gibi, röportajlar da monoton görünüyor. Bu iyi ve kötü - bir yandan, rahatlatıcı ve diğer yandan hayal kırıklığı yaratıyor - hem herhangi bir yazarın neler yapabileceği konusunda hem beklentilere hem de hayal kırıklıklarına gidiyor. Ne de olsa zekâ, fıkra ve kendiliğindenlik sınırları vardır. Kurt'un özellikle komik, zeki ve kibar olduğunu söyleyebilirim. Daha da önemlisi, iyi yazmanın teknik temelleri konusunda da çok bilgeydi. Kurt'un takdir edebileceği daha hafif bir notta, bu sabah BART'ta doğrudan Heather'ın karşısında oturan bir erkek ve kadın (tekerlekli sandalyede) ve Heather, Görünmez Adam (Ellison) adlı bir kitap okumanın ne kadar komik olduğunu kaydetti. ) ve Kadın adlı bir kitap okuyordum (Charles Bukowski). İşte bu. Öyleydi. O zaman o gider. İyi geceler Kurt.

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From the sterotypical, overly-shopped cover down to the manufactured plot, this book felt cliche. It wasn't so much bad as it was unspectacular. Sometimes that's the biggest disapointment of all. The characters were flat, the romance contrived and the plot was run-of-the-mill. Nothing too special here, unless this is your first re-telling of the 12 dancing princessses. If it is, by all means, enjoy the book. If not, you may as well move along.

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Ok so I don't really read romance type novels this is actually my first one ever, however I did not find it too goopy. I loved the battle scenes and the plot was twisty and turny I liked the story overall the characters were very well written and wrapped in layers of emotions. I found it hard to get through the first few chapters and I would suggest to anyone who likes to be surprised and have a real mystery to solve almost all the way to the end skip the prologue. All in all a good read though.

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I like the themes of Justin Gustainis' books. One of the hardest feats to do as a writer is to make an interesting book that introduces a group of new characters. Black Magic Woman introduces us to Quincy Morris, a well researched Supernatural Hunter. He does not appear to have any special powers or abilities other than a good amount of smarts, toughness and a family history of getting involved in the weird. I like the concept of the regular guy taking on the supernatural a'la Indiana Jones. We are also introduced to Libby, a witch, and Van Drennan a South African cop in the Supernatural Division. Add in a lot of interesting side characters and you get a wild introduction to the series. Fighting witches and demons; the protagonists fights for their client and friends while multiple sides, completely unaware of each other, fight to the death. Great stuff! I am looking forward to the next novel.