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Andrea Marzagalli Marzagalli من عند Castricum, هولندا

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يغطي كتاب بويلير مكالمة هاتفية وحفلة وعدد قليل من المحادثات ، ولكن من هذا الوقود الضئيل ، تأتي الحكمة الخالصة. بعد أن تم إغراق صاحبة البلاغ بقسوة وبشكل غامض من قبل صديقته ، كانت تطلقه من اللون الأزرق ، كما يقولون ، بعد خمس سنوات من الحبس الانفرادي. إنها ترغب في أن يكون "ضيفًا غامضًا" في حفل عيد ميلاد صديقتها في غضون أسبوعين. هذا يفجر سلاسل من الظلال العصبية المرحة التي تملأ الكتاب وتجعل Bouillier ليس فقط راويًا ساحرًا ساحرًا ، ولكن كاتبًا ماهرًا (مع حياة حب مؤسفة). ما يحدث في الحفلة ، وما يعنيه كل شيء بالنسبة له ، وكيف يتم توجيه كل ذلك إلى مسار قمر أوليسيس ، سأترك لك الأمر لمعرفة ذلك. في 120 صفحة ، يمكن قراءتها في جلسة ، وعلى الرغم من سعرها الذي يحتوي على غلاف فني ، يجب التقاط Mystery Guest وقراءته على الفور.

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** spoiler alert ** I really enjoyed this book. I especially loved the secondary characters like Marta(I look forward to hearing more about her in the sequel), Lukasz,Alek, and Krysia. Emma/Anna had her moments for me. I love how she was willing to help out the resistance, which to me was the best part of the book-I wish the Jenoff would have gone more into what the characters involved in that instead of so much time on the Kommandant. I often got irratated with Emma/Anna's character becuase she out the resistance in danger so often for her own selfish benifits. The one charter throughout the book I could not stand was the kommandant. I know that as a reader we were supposed to sympathize with him but I couldnt bring myself to do it, especially after we find out about his wife and father in law. The idea behind the kommandant's character is great and I wish it could have been explored more on his end-his thoughts and feelings. To me he was a weak man, with very little reedeming qualities. A lot of reviews that I read have said that the kommandant was not strong enough to stand up to the horrors he saw, which is true, but that shouldnt make him a likeable character. Especially when he may have had the power and position to help, even if it would have meant his death. I could have respected him a lot more if he would have died fighting for the woman he supposedly loved, instead of being to weak to admit he loved a jew.