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Artemio Mart Mart itibaren Su'utaluhia, Solomon Adaları

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Bu seri kesinlikle beni eğlendirdi (düz-se bile onun genç bir yetişkin kitap). Karakterler hakkında okumayı çok sevdim.

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Ben hepsini seviyorum ama canlı güvercin çekim ve squab fabrika bölümleri bir litlle (Tamam bir çok) rahatsız edici

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Komikler ve klasikler.

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A story about Rapunzel like no other, and I am appreciating Cameron Dokey's amazing creativity at re-inventing fairy tales! The story starts the same - husband sneaks into the witch's garden to steal some rapunzel for his pregnant wife with crazy cravings. He gets caught, and the witch strikes a bargain with him that involves possession of his child-to-be. The unique aspect of Rapunzel is that she is born bald and forever remains that way. So how exactly does she "let down her long hair" for the prince to climb up and rescue her? Good question - the "truth" behind this fairy tale involves a case of swapping places. The witch Melisande had been cursed by a wizard who locked her daughter Rue in a tower. She raises Rapunzel with the hopes of rescuing Rue, though over time Melisande comes to love Rapunzel as her own flesh-and-blood daughter. Neither Rapunzel nor Rue knew of each other's existence until they met, and you can imagine the awkwardness and jealousy that comes about between two girls who had been under the impression of being the single most important person in Melisande's life. Cameron Dokey did an impressive job with this fairy tale - retelling it in a way that is wholly original. In her author's note, she describes how some members of her extended family suffered from alopecia areata, essentially baldness. As her editor discussed a retelling of Rapunzel, Cameron became inspired by her brother-in-law who asked if she could somehow make Rapunzel born without any hair.

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Interesting and strange book about a girl who goes into a coma at age 17 (?) and awakens 20 years later to tell the forthcoming end of the world. Not too sci fi ish, just interesting.