Nuhammed Hausawi Hausawi itibaren Puthur, Kerala, Hindistan
Sanırım bu kitapla ilgili sorunum daha önce bunu duymuş olmam. Ve daha iyisi dedi. Bu roman bunu yapmadan çok önce söyledi ve bunun için patlatıldı. Bu, cinsel karışıklık, sömürgeci / emperyalist değerlere karşı bir isyan, atalete karşı bir isyan ve statüko ile ilgilendiği için büyük bir tartışma idi. Hepsi harika, ama çok basit bir şekilde yapıldı. Bu isyan / iç dönüşüm romanı için planı okumak gibi. Ve sorun şu ki, biraz kabataslak ve çok pürüzlü kenarlara sahip. Ancak, her şeyin nereden geldiğini gösterir. Primordialist edebiyatın en iyi örneğidir ve kalabalıkları I. Dünya Savaşı'na götürmeye yardımcı olan büyük yeni düşünce hareketine iyi bir bakış sağlar.
Bunu okurken hayal kırıklığına uğradım. Sıkıcı, Sıkıcı, Sıkıcı. Bu, başlamak için kötü bir Tenten. Diğer Tenten önerilerime göz atın. Bildiğiniz ve sevdiğiniz zaman karakterler buna geri döner.
The heroine Tasha is a rather outspoken paediatrician who, after a showdown with her boss, finds herself out of work. Her brother Josh offers her the chance to care for a friend of his while she is looking for another job. When Tasha finds out the patient is Prince Alessandro, the hero, she is reluctant but agrees. Tasha and Alessandro share a history; when he had visited her brother many years back Tasha had developed a huge crush on him, but he turned down her advances and she was left feeling humiliated. Tasha decides to use his injury to her advantage and make him squirm. Until they meet again and she realises that she is still very attracted to him. Alessandro is impatient and sick of his injury causing him to rest all the time, which has lead to him dwelling on the new pressures in his life as well as his many regrets. Having Tash care for him isn't helping either, as not only does he regret how much he hurt her in the past but also fiercely desires her. Meanwhile, two other characters, Josh and Megan, are trying to build a relationship with each other despite their shared past hurts. I really loved Tasha and Alessandro's story, I actually couldn't put this book down. I was sceptical at first as I have never really enjoyed Medical's before, but this one really proved me wrong. I loved how Alessandro's character had a wonderful 'normal person' quality despite his status as a prince, it definitely makes him more believable. Tasha is a brilliant heroine; feisty, intelligent, independent and sensitive all at the same time. Sarah Morgan has a real talent when it comes to writing interesting and believable characters. The love-story is written beautifully, I couldn't help but smile about it. The book is part of the 'St Piran's' mini-series, however the book does stand alone fine (I haven't read any of the others). But, there is a sub plot of Josh and Megan's story, which as I understand runs through all of the books in the series. This sub plot is absolutely heartbreaking, it is left unfinished though and I am so intrigued that I will be looking out for future books with their story. Originally posted at http://everyday-is-the-same.blogspot....
It's a cheap joke, but this book is just a bunch of nonsense.