Dữ liệu người dùng, đánh giá và đề xuất cho sách
Okay, so again I started this book hoping to love it. A friend gave it 5 stars, so I had high hopes. I think maybe this would be a 3 1/4 star book for me. First of all, I did not like the ending at all. "Part 2" felt like it was a poorly executed afterthought. The side story was a bit disjointed and I didn't really care one way or another about most of the characters. On the other hand, I really enjoyed the main character. I thought she was great. I would love to have the positive attitude that she has!
Tiger's Quest is the second book of The Tiger Saga. It takes place right after Kelsey leaves Ren and goes back to her home town, trying to live a normal life and forget everything about the beautiful indian prince. However, Ren doesn't give up that easy and goes to Kelsey's town, decided to win her heart once and for all. Once he finally manages to get Kelsey to admit his feelings for him, he's captured by the evil wizard Lokesh. Now Kelsey must go in a journey with Ren's brother, Kishan, to break the curse and save Ren's life. Tiger's quest is AMAZING! It's as good as it's previous book, although the ending is totally heartbreaking. I recommend this saga to everybody who enjoys a good romance with a lot of adventure. RATING: Story: [image][image][image][image][image] Pace: [image][image][image][image][image] Characters: [image][image][image][image][image] OVERALL: [image][image][image][image][image]
I like Lorrie Moore quite a bit, but this never really stood up to "Birds of America" standards. The stories came off as precious, the characters less than sympathetic. It's still a good read, but it feels hollow.
Although I would categorize this as 'easy to read' because of Rose's writing style - the book is a compilation of his Times Picayune weekly columns - by no means would I imply the subject matter is glib or easy in its subject matter. I realized with each passing chapter that I had not fully appreciated everything that had transpired in NOLA with Hurricane Katrina. If you have any interest in the Big Easy, or just need to brush up on the humane side of current US history, read this book. I found it easier to understand, having now spent some time in NOLA, and some time learning about the vernacular, which helped me relate to the very local flavor of the book, but it can still bring home to you the human side of the aftermath of The Thing, as Rose refers to it.
Người dùng coi những cuốn sách này là thú vị nhất trong năm 2017-2018, ban biên tập của cổng thông tin "Thư viện Sách hướng dẫn" khuyến cáo rằng tất cả các độc giả sẽ làm quen với văn học này.