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Diziyi seviyorum, hatta Köpeğim bile "Kinsey"
Üstün Bentley Küçük ama sıkıca rutin hikayesiyle - Oldukça normal bir şey - bu durumda, bir lise - biraz garipleşir ve sonuna kadar sürekli tuhaf ve tuhaf olur. Sonraki!
Bu şimdiye kadar okuduğum en orijinal kitaplardan biri. Birkaç karakter gerçek oldu ve herhangi bir geleneksel arsa stilinden kopma, hikayeye tamamen farklı bir şekilde odaklanmanızı sağlıyor.
I'm not really sure why I bother recommending individual Jack McDevitt books. You should simply read all the Jack McDevitt books you can find. This third book in his Alex Benedict series is no exception. 'Seeker' won the Nebula Award for 2006 and it was well-deserved. The beauty of McDevitt's books is that the story takes its time to build (without being slow, at least at this point in McDevitt's writing) and then sudden;y kicks into a page-turning high gear. Like the previous novel in this series, 'Polaris,' this one starts out as a lost/ghost ship plot and then switches to a 'lost colony' plot. Alex Benedict and his assistant, Chase Kolpath, once again try to unravel a long-abandoned mystery of the galaxy. I liked 'Polaris' a little bit better than this one, but that by no means this one is a bad book. Like the blurbs on the book say, you really should be reading Jack McDevitt.
I was actually the kid in seventh grade who had already read "Holes", so obviously I made that clear when we were going to read it in class. The teacher let a girl and I do an independent study of "A Tale of Two Cities"...this is when I really figured out that I was a nerd because I actually enjoyed it.
As good and exciting as the first time I read it!