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Katie Whiteman Whiteman itibaren Holstein, IA 51025, Birleşik Devletler itibaren Holstein, IA 51025, Birleşik Devletler

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** spoiler uyarısı ** İrlanda hayaletleri, gençlerin yerel çocuklarla tanışmak üzere uzun süre hayalet oldukları Devletlere göç ediyor. Genç hayaletler yerel süpermarkette sergilenen lokumları yediğinde (yöneticiye buz gibi madeni paralarla öder!) Anneleri dehşete düşüyor ve genç hayaletler artık görünmez hale gelemediğinde veya duvarlardan yürüyemediğinde daha da üzgün oluyor. Genç hayaletler bedensel olmaktan yararlanır, Cadılar Bayramı partilerini ziyaret eder ve oyun oynamayı tercih eder. Anneleri onları kurtarmak ve bazı birinci sınıf unutulmaz göstermek zorunda olduğunda, ABD'de yaşamak için istifa eder.

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hmm ... bana gerçek olamayacak kadar iyi hissettiriyor :)

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bu kitap üzücü ortalama okumak için kolay bir kitap

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This book become a bit of an obsession of mine. I would say that I would probably recommend this book to read more than any other I have ever read. Part of the reason for this is because it is for some reason a bit obscure in this country and thus I feel it needs more press than me telling someone to read Hemingway or Cormac McCarthy. I think that the major reason it was never embraced by the political community is because it is long (over a 1000 pages between the trilogy), dense, and incredibly complex. It has over ten main characters whose narratives it switches between, takes place over 15 years of dense historical occurrences, and covers nearly the entire European continent in its physical location. Throughout the read I found myself pausing to do a little research on the events that were taking place during the book so I could understand them better. A basic synopsis for the book would be to say that it follows a group of revolutionaries who begin as communists in the early 30s as they each struggle to define their personal ideologies based on the changes on the political scene. The book created an entirely new world view for me, adding many new layers to what I knew of the history of the last hundred years. Please just read this book. That's all I can say for now.