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Brandon Marling Marling itibaren Cabarete, Dominik Cumhuriyeti itibaren Cabarete, Dominik Cumhuriyeti

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badass!

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Ben bitirmedim bile. Sadece bu kadar harika bir kitap yapan şeyi anlamıyorum; sadece benim için işe yaramadı.

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Very gripping--I had a hard time putting it down. I really enjoyed reading it.

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I have read this several times and on this occasion I listened to the audio book read by Buck Schirner. I very much enjoyed his reading. I think this book is more likable than The Scarlet Letter, but not as well written. I think the reason I like it more, even if I don't admire it more, is its sort of fable-like quality. It is charming in a way that The Scarlet Letter never could be. That being said, it should ABSOLUTELY NOT be read by anyone that doesn't like Hawthorne or the romantic style of writing. I don't mean the modern meaning of romantic, but rather the style of the writing at the time. Melville, Hawthorne, et al were verbose very much on purpose and if you can't handle it, then stay away! I, for one, enjoy the ruminations of the author (for the most part--even I have limits!). There are some chapters where it's more than a little tedious, but I forgive the author because I appreciate the character development and the depth of the themes, and I love dear Hepzibah, Clifford, and Pheobe! A great New England fable - especially great to read in the Fall near Halloween :)

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It's been a while since I've read this, but it is also a bit of a coming of age story--not as short or succinct, or poetic in the lyricism of its language and ideas as The Odd Sea, but it's got its moments.