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Marco Vinicius Caldeira Vinicius Caldeira từ El Socorro, Nicaragua từ El Socorro, Nicaragua

Người đọc Marco Vinicius Caldeira Vinicius Caldeira từ El Socorro, Nicaragua

Marco Vinicius Caldeira Vinicius Caldeira từ El Socorro, Nicaragua

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"yavru hayvanların yumuşak ve hemencecik incinebilir oluşlarının ikimize de hala aynı derin acıyı duyurduğu zamanlardı." s. 15 "kendisiyle oyun oynamaktan vazgeçtiğimizde bir köpeğin kalbinin nasıl kırıldığını hangimiz bilebilir?" s. 275

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OMFG this had to be the most brutal book I've ever read. It's just filled with pages and pages of EXTREME GRAPHIC sex and/or murder/torture. This book is definitely not for the faint at heart. Despite all that I found this book to be extremely fascinating. We get to be inside the head of a man who is truly psychotic. Of the man who seems to have everything (money, women, success) but finds no pleasure in any of it. Each chapter Bateman basically unravels with each passing chapter and it's a disturbing thing to read. It makes me wonder if they had made the movie EXACTLY like the book would Christian Bale still be in it. Because the movie is fucking tame as hell compared to the book. While reading the book I did have Christian's Batemen in my head doing all those things. It made reading the book a little more creepy but enjoyable.

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I'm a huge james bond fan. Always have been. I read a bunch of the books back in high school, but missed this one. I love the books as much as the movies. Fleming brings the character to life in a very different way from the movies - more human, more vulnerable. Plus the its always interesting to see the differences between the plot of the movie and the book. In this one for instance, there was no space station, no Jaws, no plot to populate the planet with a super-race. But there was the millionaire Drax with an evil plan - you can count on that :)