Nihan G G من عند Beiersdorf, ألمانيا
أظن تقريباً أنهم يجعلونك تقرأ هذا الكتاب في سن مبكرة من العمر في المدرسة. أتذكر قراءة هذا والتفكير "أوه ، لذلك هناك ما هو أكثر من ذلك من الحيوانات المتمردة؟"
إذا كنت ترغب في قراءة كتاب عن أسبرجر ، فهذا ليس هو. لقد كانت قصة جيدة ، لكنني كنت أتوقع أن أركز عليها بشكل أكبر على مرض التوحد لدى هذا الطفل. إذا كان هذا هو نوع الكتاب الذي تبحث عنه ، فاقرأ قواعد البيت لجودي بيكولت.
While I initially found the format a bit contrived, I gradually warmed to this collection stories depicting small-town life in the summer of 1928 for Douglas and his brother Tom. I particularly loved the stories surrounding the older inhabitants and their memories and ideas, passing on to the next generation. Definitely made me yearn for the probably-fictional simpler era, wishing I, too, could preserve my childhood summer days on a shelf like so many bottles of dandelion wine.
I really enjoy this series in general. It can be a bit brutal at parts but it's really good. you should read them in order.
man, this book knows how to go from exciting to ass-draggingly boring in about 100 pages flat. the first part, italy, was so interesting, well-written, and humorous that my desire to read it was insatiable. i could barely put it down. and then she went to india. after putting up with about 50 pages of lessons about meditation, yoga, and gurus, i finally just skipped to bali. it was all i could do to avoid giving up on the book entirely. and even if the liz in india would have persevered through that section and called it righteous suffering or something, the liz in italy would have urged me to let it go if it brought me no joy. and i liked the italian liz a lot better. bali was ok - much as the author went there primarily to find balance, so did she impart balance upon this last part of the book. it was about equal parts interesting (bali, beaches, romance, friendships, food) and boring (meditation, meditation, meditation). this is one book where i have to concede that the movie version was better. it was entertaining for a bit, but not something i'd want to read again.