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Andr itibaren Vaudherland, Fransa itibaren Vaudherland, Fransa

Okuyucu Andr itibaren Vaudherland, Fransa

Andr itibaren Vaudherland, Fransa

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Bu kitabı üniversitede sevdim. Dürüst olmak gerekirse ben şiire değilim, ama bu şiiri aşar. Benimle lisede ve üniversitede konuştu. Kesinlikle genç bir ruh için bir kitap.

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Bu kitap, ebeveynlerden birinin veya her ikisinin de alkolü kötüye kullandığı bir ailede büyümenin etkisine mükemmel bir genel bakış ve giriş sunmaktadır. Hem danışmanlar hem de bireyler için müthiş bir kaynaktır. Kitap, okuyuculara hayatlarında değişiklik yapmalarına yardımcı olacak mükemmel bilgiler veriyor. Vinyetler kitaba daha kişisel bir his veriyor. Kuru, akademik bir ders kitabı gibi görünmüyor. Bilginin anlamlı olduğunu ve oldukça faydalı olduğunu buldum. Büyümeme ve çocukluğumdaki bazı şeylerle anlaşmama yardımcı oldu. Kitabı okuyan danışmanlar, teorinin eksik olduğunu göreceklerdir. Ayrıca istediğimden biraz daha kısa ve daha genel. Yazar bazı genellemeler yapar. Bir destek grubunda tartışmaya rehberlik etmek için bir metin olarak okumaya değer. Ayrıca, bireysel danışmanlık / terapiyi güçlendirmek için müşterilere de verilebilir. Bazı hikayeler, doğası gereği daha teorik ve akademik olan bir üniversite kursunun sağlayamayacağı konusunda profesyonel bir fikir verebilir. Belirttiğim birkaç kusura rağmen, bu ya alkolün sorun olduğu bir evde büyüyen katman sahipleri için ya da onlara yardım etmek ve yardım etmek isteyen profesyoneller için çok değerli bir kitap.

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İlk başta hikayeye gerçekten giremedim ve tekrar alıp hikayeyi beğenmek için onu koyamadım.

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`Wizard & Glass`is the fourth volume in Stephen King`s `Dark Tower`series & im my opinion, a 5 star book. Roland & his comrades finally reach Topeka, after they managing to beat Blaine at his riddling. Although they reach Topeka, the majority of the book is a flashback, where Roland tells the others about his past & how he started in his pursuit for the Dark Tower. We find out more about his best friends Cuthbert & Alain in more detail & also about Rolands first love with Susan Delgado, which for me was the highlight of the book. Up to now, Roland has been pretty much just a shooting machine, with very little emotion to his character. But as Roland recalls his past we underdstand why. Not to give away the story, but lets just say his past is filled with love, passion, romance, but also with sorrow, pain & anger, & one starts to understand why Roland is the man he is around his comrades & why he is so obsessed about finding the Dark Tower . This book has everything you need; love, romance, sex, magic, battles & a good storyline with some twists along the way. The book consists of around 840 pages & takes a while to get through, however it`s really worth it. Together with `The Drawing of the three`, they are my favourite volumes out of the series so far. As I said it`s a long read, but it`s a goodread!!

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I picked this book up simply cause I loved this author's other book. And I loved this book too! Jessica Day George has a great way of keeping the reader eager for her next move in the plot line. This book was a little odd starting out I thought, but it was just setting the story up. This story resembled Beauty and The Beast a lot...with a few different quirks. The story was well done and the characters very likable or not depending on which one. This book kept me wanting to read it till the very end. The relationship between the "beauty and the beast" was tender. The mystery of story was one that you kept wanting to discover, and with the character feared to discover. But really, it was a great read just like her other book Princess of the Midnight Ball. Definitely recommend it to anyone who is a fan of Jessica's. She doesn't disappoint.

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This book is fabulous, especially if you have a penchant for poetry/literature and if you love Oregon fiction (think David James Duncan). He even craftily incorporates some magical realism at times, which I usually dislike. The characters were very real to me but I don't suppose it hurts that I read part of it on the Oregon Coast and spent a substantial amount of time in Astoria a few years ago. Like Megan, I'll have to add this to "books that made me cry in public" (not many, honest!). I don't even remember which part, but I just remember it was written with such honesty and beauty that I couldn't help but get misty. Erin and Marissa, I can't help but think that you will have to love it.