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"Popüler düşüncenin aksine, akıl, hayatımızın hikayesinde oldukça ilginç ve kahramanca bir rol oynar. Bu nedenle, romantizm kelimesini orta çağda bir şövalyelik masalının anlamında kullanıyorum. Sebep, zincirlerimizi kıran kahraman. önyargı, bizi dünya yolundaki rahat dostluğumuzun hapishanesinden kurtarıyor. ”
This is my second Kathy Reichs mystery. I did like this more than my first one, although not enough to rush out and read them all right now. I really liked the Guatemalan setting and Sergeant-Detective Galiano. I was immediately drawn into the story, although many of the details were very gruesome. Don't read this while you're eating! Also, the solution was a bit complicated. And you should really try to NOT compare these books to the TV show "Bones." I still have a hard time reconciling the differences between the Temperance Brennan from the books and the Temperance Brennan from the TV show. They are pretty much opposite from each other except that they share the same name and are both forensic anthropologists. The Tempe Brennan from the book is very emotional and guilt-ridden. She's also tired of so many dead bodies and says, "It seemed I would never get away from death." The Tempe Brennan from the TV show doesn't feel that way at all.