বইয়ের জন্য ব্যবহারকারীর তথ্য, পর্যালোচনা এবং সুপারিশ
I was surprised that this was the direction the author took for this second book in the trilogy. I was disappointed that the character, Sabriel, from the first book hardly had a role in this book. The repetiveness of the death gates and the bells was a bit tedious in this book. I found myself just skipping through the book until something more interesting started to happen. I hope the next and final book leans towards the first book.
This was a wonderful book! It was actually based on a true crime story of New York in the 1900's. Worth reading..if you want a bit of mystery and a story of a girl coming to age and learning about herself. (Rose you would like this one.)
I kind of got bored reading this. It was different than other scary Joyce Carol Oates' books, and well-written and interesting, but it kind of dragged. I was on 190 but I just skimmed the end. I'm not sure if I want to go back and actually read the rest. Maybe. It was a good read though.
I re-read this book recently, and was pleased that I enjoyed it as much the second time. The book is complicated and the story is complex, which means that I had forgotten most of it, and the second time through was a nice surprise after a few years. Fascinating, well-developed characters with complex and shifting relationships that seem real, even if their choices and (temporary) solutions seem contrived. The contrivances are due to the characters' believable, human weaknesses, not weaknesses of the author, and this is one of the best books ever written for illustrating that difference.
This book was amazing. Readers will be entranced as a rebellious 17-year old girl named Ronnie explores the depths of love, heartbreak, and self-realization in just one short summer. P.S: The book was better than the movie!
ব্যবহারকারীরা এই বইগুলোকে ২017-২018 সালের সবচেয়ে আকর্ষণীয় হিসাবে বিবেচনা করেছেন, পোর্টালের সম্পাদকীয় বোর্ড " ট্রেন্ড বই লাইব্রেরি "সমস্ত পাঠক এই সাহিত্য সঙ্গে পরিচিত হন যে সুপারিশ।