Chris Mees Mees من عند Kandoli, Rajasthan 303304، الهند
لقد قرأت هذا الكتاب سنويًا أو كل عامين منذ أن كان عمري 10 أعوام ، ولكل مرة معنى جديد. على عكس الاعتقاد الشائع ، هذه ليست "قراءة كتكوت" ؛ انها تاريخية واجتماعية وسياسية وكذلك جنسية. إن عمق تطور الشخصية والحبكة وكتابة غنائية ميتشل لا تتوقف أبدًا عن الانجذاب وإغرائي. موصى به للغاية للجميع.
ليس الكثير من محبي هاري بوتر هذا الكتاب لم يفعل أي شيء بالنسبة لي. الأفلام جيدة ولكن ليست الكتب.
The final book of the Chronicles of the Warlands series was moving, entertaining and a great read. The action and intrigue kept the book moving forward and finally Lara and Kier were in sync with each other. Loved everything about it, except the end. From what I've read this was a trilogy, so was left disappointed when story lines weren't really wrapped up at the end. I was left thinking, well what about this, and what about him... Vaughan introduces sub-plots, but then leaves you wondering why they happened and what became of them (I'd give examples, but I don't want to spoil anything). Perhaps she'll be doing spin-offs from this book. Recommend the series as I really did like it, but the ending left me wanting... perhaps a neat and tidy wrap-up of ALL the issues in the series.
I was SO FUCKING NERVOUS when I started reading Black House. My love of Jack Sawyer is a pure and unadulterated thing and not to be fucked with, and I was terrified the book was going to be bad, or the story would be stupid, or Jack as an adult wouldn't be recognizable or good or lovable. I'm actually surprised that I didn't have a goddamn breakdown at some point during the first three pages. I explicitly remember finishing it up in the wee hours of the morning and going and crying into a load of warm laundry fresh from the dryer. I didn't feel fucked over or betrayed by this sequel, and after the shit King has pulled / is capable of, that's a wish I didn't think would be fulfilled. Now he better just LET JACK ALONE NOW.