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Adhi Nugraha Nugraha من عند Mambasa, جمهورية الكونغو الديمقراطية من عند Mambasa, جمهورية الكونغو الديمقراطية

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Adhi Nugraha Nugraha من عند Mambasa, جمهورية الكونغو الديمقراطية

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كان هذا كتابًا رائعًا - فهي ليست كاتبة رائعة ، لكن تجربتها مروعة وقوية للغاية - إنها مؤلمة حقًا. ويا لها من روح جميلة - لا أعلم أنني أستطيع أن أسامح وأن أكون محبة كما هي (أنا متأكد تقريبًا من أنني لا أستطيع)

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Look, here's the deal. I need to get my hands on this book, and of course my local libraries don't have it. Heck even the ones that aren't local don't have it. Barnes&Noble , I reckon I'll be visiting you soon. EDIT : I purchased it Ladies and Gents! Let the journey begin! This books was awesome! The mystery, the characters! I loved the mythology! All should read this!

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** spoiler alert ** I enjoyed this sequel more than the first book in the series. My memory of the first book is a little hazy, and yes, maybe you should read "If I Stay" before picking this up. But I have a secret- you don't really need to. Forman does a great job at bringing the reader up to speed, moving back and forth between high school, the present and everything in between. The book takes place several years after the first, and as the narrator struggles to come to terms with the missing years and "where she went", the story flows nicely, slowly filling in the gaps like an out of reach memory. Because the sequel picks up years later, the reintroduction of characters and past are not forced. Little bits of the puzzle are cleverly inserted through the entire book, so by the end you have a full picture of past and present. And to see the characters after so much time has passed is both satisfying and tragic. What happens after you make a vow you can't keep? When people grow apart? After you choose what's best for you, or think you do? Adam's voice is stronger than Mia's, who narrated the first book. Forman's writing is strong and I applaud her writing from Adam's point of view. So many times I'm disappointed by female authors writing from men's point of view, only to find it falls flat. Adam is whole and real, well thought out with his flaws, his prejudices and baggage. Very well done.

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If you like this play, the movie with Emma Thompson is also fantastic!

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A fun read, so true, Venus/Mars thing, lol