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We Are Driven Are Driven itibaren Ratchathani, Thawat Buri District, Roi Et, Tayland itibaren Ratchathani, Thawat Buri District, Roi Et, Tayland

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Canterbury Tales ile aynı yapı

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Bu sevimli, eğlenceli bir kitaptı. Janey Wilcox sinir bozucu, hafif derecede sevimli ve büyüleyici. Bunun bir devamı olarak okumak isterdim, mükemmel bir 'otobüs okuma' idi - hafif, canlandırıcı ve hoşgörülü.

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Tüm zamanların favorilerimden biri! KLASİK...

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Gösterişli bir korsan, hayal kırıklığına uğramış bir bayan - arsa zamanı kadar eskidir. Ayar büyüleyici. Cornwall koylarında yürümeye hazırım.

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Loved this one and then bought every single one in the "Shopaholic" series since then! Didn't really like "Shopaholic and Sister".

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** spoiler alert ** I am normally not a big fan of "Elseworld" comic books, so it is kind of odd that I liked this so much. The premise is that Oliver Cromwell didn't die when he did in our world and this small change led to a world where the United States never came to be. There is no separation of Church and State, and both England and its colonies are firmly under the control of a repressive religious regime. In this world, a young Bruce Wayne is about to take his sacred vows when he finds out his parents were not killed in a random mugging like he believed. Instead, they were tried in absentia and executed as enemies of the church. The revelation shatters the young man's faith, and he decides to get revenge the way only Bruce Wayne can. That is just the jumping off point and the story proceeds to take some interesting twists and turns along the way. While it is a bit heavy handed with some of the points it makes at times, it still manages to make some interesting points about government, religion, and faith. Which is why I am such a big fan of it. It also probably doesn't hurt that it was illustrated by Norm Breyfogle, one of my all-time favorite Batman artists.