Satu Vartiainen Vartiainen từ Petlino, Yaroslavskaya oblast', Nga, 150545
Cuốn sách tiếp theo là xoắn ốc vàng !!!!
Basically, more of the same. Not bad, but not quite as good as the first one in my opinion. The first one was more of a coming-of-age book, and I found the individual crises/growth experiences more interesting and richer. In the second one, it was as if she had to come up with more crises for the girls to weather. She managed, and it wasn't a bad read, but I still thought the first was better. It was fun to follow up on the girls after having gotten to know them in the first book, and this wasn't a bad epilogue, but I won't go out of my way to read books 3 & 4 unless I hear they were amazing.
You will conceivably consider homeschooling your children after reading this book. A family is sometimes volatile, true, and this could be seen as a reason for public education, in that, every child is afforded the chance at a quality upbringing. However, problems occurring in a local scenario, like those of a family, are isolated incidents; when problems occur in a mass organization, like those of public education, the problem is extrapolated far beyond to a extraordinary degree. Those who believe in the de-centralizing principles of American democracy are going to love this book. Anyone who respects prudence is going to love this book.