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Felipe Monteiro Monteiro itibaren Nagdiara, Himachal Pradesh 175014, Hindistan itibaren Nagdiara, Himachal Pradesh 175014, Hindistan

Okuyucu Felipe Monteiro Monteiro itibaren Nagdiara, Himachal Pradesh 175014, Hindistan

Felipe Monteiro Monteiro itibaren Nagdiara, Himachal Pradesh 175014, Hindistan

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Kitabı VEYA filmi beğenmedi. Kardeşim Jeff, Garp'ın fahişe kız arkadaşının öldüğü Viyana'daki Silbergasse hastanesinde 2 ay kaldı, bu yüzden bu bağlantıyı beğendim.

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Bu kitaptaki karakterlere aşık olmaya yardım edemezsiniz. Liesel ve Rudy, Hans ve Rosa ve Max benim için çok değerli oldular. Bu kitabı okumayı gerçekten çok sevdim ve özellikle yazarın şaşırtıcı metafor kullanımını sevdim. Hikayeyi okumayı zengin bir deneyim haline getirdi ... ve anlatıcı "Ölüm" olmasının kendisi gerçekten ilginç bir bakış açısı ekledi. İkinci Dünya Savaşı sırasında yaşayan Almanların kendilerine neye benzediğine dair farklı bir görüş verildi ve sonunda kalbim ağrıyordu. Kesinlikle bir ara tekrar okumak, hatta kişisel kütüphaneme eklemek istediğim bir kitap. Ben sadece 4 yıldız verdi nedeni epilog benim için bir hayal kırıklığı oldu. Daha fazla ayrıntı istedim ve takip eden yıllarda sevgili karakterlerimin hayatları hakkında daha fazla bilgi sahibi olamadığım için hile hissettim.

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Bunun bakir nehir serisinin en iyisi olduğunu düşündüm.

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Best acting book ever. Ever! My college acting teacher called it the Actor's Bible. And if you're smart, it will be. :)

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David is a huge fan of Dave Ramsey and listens to him all the time (I hate talk radio, so reading this book was the first I'd heard of him). He has some great financial advice on getting out of debt - and never getting back into it! I was really pleased to see that we were already following his steps on our own, now we just need to step it up a notch. It was a very easy read and inspiring. I definitely recommend it.

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I was a little hesitant in reading and reviewing this book for the simple fact that it touches on some heavy and serious subjects. Rehab, drug abuse, and even a small scene of attempted rape are touchy subjects in the young adult genre. As I started to read this book though, I found that the author has done a wonderful and remarkable job at telling the story, touching on these subjects and keeping the interest of the reader. In this heartbreaking story we meet Madeline and Stewart. Both are at the rehab center called Spring Meadow. Both characters are struggling to get over their addiction to drugs and alcohol. While I have never been to rehab or been in a situation like this, the author did such an amazing job of telling each characters story that I felt like I was right there with them both. You could actually feel the pain and the struggle that each one of the characters goes through on a daily basis. The two of them grow close even if it is against the treatment centers rules. When Madeline is released, they both promise to find each other when Stewart finishes his rehab. The story is broken up into parts. The first part is dealing with the rehab and trying to work through the addiction. Then we have the part of Madeline going home and trying to adjust to life after rehab. She tries to fit back in at school and is hesitant on making friends. Along the way, Madeline finds new friends and new things are discovered about herself. When Stewart is released, nothing seems to work out as the planned, yet Madeline believes she is in love with him. It is like she traded on addiction of drugs, for the drug of love. The story really starts moving at a quicker pace at this point. Each part of the book is the next chapter in her life. We slowly see Madeline try to climb over the obstacle of being a recovering addict and trying to make something for herself. She finishes high school and even gets accepted into college. We see her struggle, relapse and eventually make it out of the hole of despair. Stewart on the other hand is fighting his own personal demons. While I kept hoping that he would find the way to his happy ending, you could tell that the author was going to put you through some rough patches with Stewart. By the end of the book I was crying tears of joy for Madeline and tears of sadness for Stewart. When the story ends it leaves you with hope, sadness, joy and strength. A well written book for teens on the subject of drug abuse and consequences that can arise of this life changing and sometimes deadly addiction. The book does touch on touchy subjects of attempted rape, drinking, smoking and sex, but I feel the way the author portrayed it in the book it needed to be written to tell the story in a realistic way. One book that I am glad to have read and wouldn't mind re reading again.