endriu19703ca3

Andrzej Pokorski Pokorski من عند Beecher QLD 4680، أستراليا من عند Beecher QLD 4680، أستراليا

قارئ Andrzej Pokorski Pokorski من عند Beecher QLD 4680، أستراليا

Andrzej Pokorski Pokorski من عند Beecher QLD 4680، أستراليا

endriu19703ca3

كتاب مصاص دماء YA متوسط جميلة ، أولا في ثلاثية. توصيف جيد وفكرة مثيرة للاهتمام يعطيه ثلاث نجوم بدلا من اثنين.

endriu19703ca3

لقد اتخذت مؤخرا الحياكة ...... مرة أخرى وأنا أشعر بالحرج / بالخجل من أن أقول أنني قرأت هذا الكتاب. هذا سيء!

endriu19703ca3

القراءة المطلوبة لجميع آباء الأطفال الذين تحبهم. محظور على جميع آباء الأطفال الذين لا تحبهم.

endriu19703ca3

Funny--not as funny as I wanted, but "him" was so uncomfortably familiar...

endriu19703ca3

When you find yourself strongly tempted to pray for the characters in a book I think it safe to say the author has done a good job of character development! Such was the state I found myself in while reading a Tendering in the Storm...wanting to help the main character make good decisions, wanting to expose others bad behavior through prayer and having to remind myself they didn't exist and the story was already done. Likewise, a sign of a good story line is when it inspires you to do something different in you own life. One scene in A Tendering in the Storm has Emma making a difficult journey on a mule when she barely had strength to stand. She got tough and did it. I live on a remote ranch an hour from town and at the same time I was reading this scene, a horse got hurt and had to go to the vet. I, too, was extremely physically weak and felt unable. Then I thought, "If Emma can do it, I can do it!" So, I made the trip and did fine...in fact, by the end of the day, I felt better. Thanks, Jane, for continuing to be a good steward of your incredible talent and thus impacting our lives. A Tendering in the Storm is your most compelling book yet.