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Meng Jason Jason itibaren Beeriha, Madhya Pradesh, Hindistan itibaren Beeriha, Madhya Pradesh, Hindistan

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Son metin + Meng Jason Jason itibaren Beeriha, Madhya Pradesh, Hindistan

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her zamanki gibi muhteşem!

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Mükemmel, heyecan verici bir kitap, muhteşem Barselona, İspanyol tarihinin zor bir dönemi, sırlar, bilmeceler, duygular ... Bir kitabın hayatın bir parçası haline geldiği ve bir kitap içine akan hayatın bir hikayesi ... Bu yazardan başka bir şey okumak istiyorum.

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Bu kitaptaki ana karakter bana Napolyon Dinamit'i hatırlattı! "GAW" Gerçekten komik bir hikaye!

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Çok eğlenceli (diğer kitaplarda biraz ivme kaybına rağmen, serinin geri kalanı da öyle). Ama genel olarak çok eğlenceli ve komik - çok büyük "tarih" ve icatlar. Eğer zany İngiliz mizahını (la Douglas Adams) seviyorsanız diziyi beğeneceksiniz.

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Çok keyifli.

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read in 2007

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I had such a fun time reading this book! It was so clever the way the author gradually removed letters from his writing. It became hard to read at times. I could not believe the seriousness of the punishment for law breaking that was under the light writing style though. It was definately harrowing to think that a town could go to those extremes and become so fanatic practically overnight. This was a great read.

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3.5 It was a weird book for JQ...It was different and I didn't enjoy all the scenes in the book, but, overall it was great

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The language in this book is so exquisite that it must be read aloud. In fact I did read it aloud to myself. Is that weird? And of course it is a classic that is so often alluded to, one is almost forced to read it. Except for several drawn out pages about collecting jewels, religious trinkets, and the like, the story moves quickly to its fateful conclusion. I had a hard time believing that a person could drown in vanity as Dorian had or that he could go beyond the point of redemption. But maybe I missed the point here. I suppose that Dorian was supposed to represent late 19th century England, and I should not have taken him so literally.