Md من عند 574 97 Nässja, السويد
كتب تريسي ماكميلان مذكرات رائعة ، واحدة من أفضل ما قرأته (وتعلمت الكثير منه). قرأت قطعة من راتبها على HuffPo ، وأعتقد أنها كانت رائعة ، وخرجت وحصلت على كتابها. انها كتبت لستة أقدام تحت والولايات المتحدة تارا. كما تقول على غلاف الكتاب ، كانت تعاني من صعوبة شديدة (وحياة غير عادية): كان والدها قوادًا وتاجر مخدرات ، وكان في السجن لمعظم حياتها. تم تبديل تريسي من أحد الوالدين بالتبني إلى أحد الوالدين بالتبني ، ونجا من العديد من الزيجات والعلاقات ... وتمكّن بطريقة ما من الخروج بالطريقة الأخرى كخلفية حقيقية.
This book is about two kids living in a labor camp during the cultural revolution in China. The cultural revolution was a time when Mao (leader of China) was trying supress revolutionary ideas. He thought that any activists and idealists posed threats to the country as a communist country. He sent his enemies and people he felt threatened by to these labor camps. Throughout the book, the hardships of these labor camps were expressed. The boys went through physical labor and had very little food. The working conditions they faced were nearly impossibile. They had to put dificated goods on their backs and carry it long distances. The protagonist, Narrarator, was not given a name. I think the author did this to show that in these labor camps, individuality was not a possesion. Narrarator and his friend Luo went through many many journeys. They encountered a women who they both fell in love with. She was also not given a name. This became a conflict between the two friends. Throughout the book, they read books, they were not allowed to read. This demonstrated their thirst for knowledge and the hidden truth. The author reveals various themes throughout the book, by refering to other texts.
I was surprised by how much I got into the study series. It started as the usual 'ho hum' fantasy book but quickly crossed into the releams of wonderful. Because the four books (well, 3 and a short story) ran seamlessly together it did feel like one book. However I couldn't give it full marks as the last 3rd dragged in comparison to the start. It lost it's pace somewhere. Still lovely, if you're up for a light fantasy romance.