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** spoiler uyarısı ** Phillipa, korkunç bir nişanlıdan yakındaki bir kaleye kaçar ve burada yeni bebek prens için bir bakıcı ararlar. Orada, yaşlı prensin Wick'in gayri meşru kardeşi ile büyülenir. Bu çok olağandışı bir hikayeydi - kahramanın bekaretini kahraman olmayan birine isteyerek verdiği tek bir hikayeyi düşünemiyorum. Ancak, Phillipa'nın Wick'e bunu söylediğini göremediğimiz için biraz hile hissettim; bunun yerine konuştukları ve bağlandıkları yerlere geçtik. Sonunda kaybolmuş olsalar bile Kate ve Gabriel'i tekrar ziyaret etmek güzeldi.

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Yalan söylemeyeceğim; Sanırım bu fikrini infazdan daha iyi sevdim. Ne Heathcliff ne de Catherine çok çekici insanlar ve anlatıcı bir kapı tokmağı kadar donuk. Neden dört yıldız verdiğimi bilmiyorum. Size gerçeği söylemek gerekirse, her şeyden çok Emily Bronte ve arka planı hakkında.

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This wasn't a favorite book to read but it did have enough information to keep me reeled in; I like WWII books and find them fascinating. I'm a Biology AND Biochem major but I found the details about animals and nature too detailed and digressing from the story. However, I found it interesting that some people in my book group found the details worthwhile because they didn't have that background. Could it really be one of those situations that knowing too much makes that same thing boring? I did find many facts about Poland and the Polish people interesting, and I also learned a lot about people helping the Jews and the people, in general, living in wartime Poland. I always thought that it was only a select handful who were brave enough to help Jews, but the stats given in the book are astounding. How they helped them was too (surgeries to change a Jew's nose or circumcision, to teaching women "Hail Mary" recitations, to name a few). I believe that Antonia's journals might actually have been more interesting to read than the author's; but I also believe that if I were to author a book, I would likely present the story as the author had. There is no doubt how much research she put into the book, and how thorough (and likely accurate) she was in her details. The way she wrote the book appears to me that she wanted to ensure that readers understood where her information was coming from (her research or Antonia's journals).