Son metin + Greg Coulton Coulton itibaren Texas
Bu benim en sevdiğim kurgusal olmayan yazı olabilir. Orwell'in "Neden Yazmalıyım", "Fil Atmak" ve "Politika ve İngiliz Dili" gibi klasiklerinin hepsi bu ciltte derlenmiştir.
Harika kitap, birçok kişiye duyguları ile mücadele etmelerini önerdim
Pratik olarak bu kitapla büyüdüm. Babam kendi başıma okuyamayacak kadar küçükken bana okurdu ve sonra tekrar tekrar okuyabiliyordum, kendimden yüksek sesle gülerdim. Komik bir kitap, herhangi bir hayvan severle bir akor vuracak.
Christine suffered an injury which caused her to have problems with both her long and short-term memory, so every morning when she wakes up she has forgotten her past. She has to rely on those around her for information about who she is and the life she has lived up to now, and must trust them to tell her the truth. This is a difficult book to write about without giving anything away, but it’s the very definition of a “can’t put down” read. Right from the start, just like Christine, you want to know what happened to her and whether everyone is acting in her best interests. I tore through the book desperate to know what was going on, very much in “just one more page” mode. And while it’s obvious that all is not what it seems in the book, and that the truth will become apparent, when the end finally comes there’s still an element of satisfying surprise (even if some aspects of the ending feel a little too “pat”). But it’s not just the twists and turns of the plot that keep the reader hooked, the writing is wonderful and it deals with Christine’s memory loss and her reactions to it in an empathetic way. The book felt to me quite similar to Sophie Hannah’s novels, and as a huge fan of that author I couldn’t really give higher praise to this debut novel. Start reading “Before I go to sleep” and prepare for it to take over your life!