David Kuchukhidze Kuchukhidze itibaren هجرة الشهامة Suudi Arabistan
Genel olarak Death Row Records'un başlangıcı ve sonu ve gangsta rap'in hızlı tempolu, ayrıntılı açıklaması. Her bölüm, çeşitli rapçiler, sektör figürleri ve çete üyeleriyle yapılan alıntılar ve röportajlarla doludur. Okuduğum en iyi kurgusal olmayan kitaplardan biri.
After finishing the first two books (of the "second four"), I'm going to take a break from Merwin. There are times when his language play and imagery speak to me, but mostly I feel left behind. An interesting reference to him in one of Ted Hughes's letters, which I'm currently reading. I'll come back to Merwin, but need a change in my morning poetry reading... Well, three years later I came back to it, with much the same results. I'm going to return to his later volume, The Shadow of Sirius, to see if that collection still resonates a bit better for me...
Wow, this was a riveting page-turner. Read all 420 pages in one night!! I just couldn't put it down. From the back cover: "It had to end in blood. Family therapist Kate Sinclair, healer of lost souls, perfect wife and mother, has suddenly become trapped in a nightmare of her own. Her teenage daughter has just discovered sex, lies, and rebellion. He ex-boyfriend has returned to threaten her marriage. Her once peaceful hometown is being awakened by chilling headlines: "Another woman is missing". Kate can sense the darkness gathering around her, can see the mistakes, the missteps, the missing pieces. She is afraid of what tomorrow will bring. Enter Colin Friendly, a man on trial for abducting and killing thirteen woman...the handsome, "misunderstood" sociopath Kate's troubled sister plans to marry. Colin loves women to death. He can't wait to see Kate and the girls again. One dark night when they are home alone, disarmed, ready for bed....." (By the way, this novel is FICTION so there is no gory details whatsoever- just a real page-turner).