Guilherme Riograndino Riograndino từ Hillend, Dunfermline, Fife KY11 9JT, Vương Quốc Anh
Vì vậy, thú vị và hoàn toàn hăng say.
tốt- thực tế- một lần nữa, nhắc nhở tuyệt vời để thêm nhiều rau, ngũ cốc, trái cây và các loại đậu vào chế độ ăn uống. Truyền cảm hứng cho tôi để nấu một món rau / đậu hầm cho bữa tối tối nay! Thúc đẩy chế độ ăn chủ yếu là thuần chay
Tôi đã đọc điều này từ lâu, nhưng tôi nhớ thực sự thích nó ... đó là về một cô gái béo gầy.
Cuốn sách này tốt hơn nhiều so với tôi nghĩ. Đó là một bài đọc giải trí. Tôi thích cách tác giả chuyển đổi qua lại giữa POV của William và Jack.
Tôi thực sự rất thích câu chuyện về công việc của Greg ở Afghanistan và Pakistan, nhưng cảm thấy rằng nó có thể được kể theo cách tốt hơn. Bài viết không hay và rất dễ theo dõi và đôi lúc tôi gặp khó khăn với một số cách tiếp cận công việc và quan điểm chính trị của mình. Đó là một câu chuyện tuyệt vời mặc dù và rất sâu sắc về văn hóa các nước.
***NOTE MY REVIEWS OFTEN CONTAIN SPOILERS*** Amy, Dan and Nellie make their way to Egypt using the money commandeered from Ian and Natalie and Alistair’s traveler’s card. They aren’t sure exactly what they’re looking for but when they come across an Ekat stronghold they’re rewarded with a good idea, except Bae Oh catches them and tries to keep them hostage until they reveal the whereabouts of his nephew. Fortunately Nellie saves them, but with both the powerful Ekat leader and Irina after them will they survive to find the next clue? Watson has done a wonderful job of both working with the original set up for the book and the new information offered in the previous installment. With this fourth installment in the series she manages to bring the series back where it should be. She also brings back the pattern of offering a wealth of historical and educational information in the package of a fast paced and well written fictional novel. About the only thing I can’t understand and this isn’t specific to just this novel, but how do the other family members keep finding them without the clues? Also I still don’t know how it is that Alistair Oh is alive and survived that cave in. The book had a much more open ending than its predecessors as well. They may have found a clue, but unlike the other novels it leaves no clue as to where the three will travel next. The book is mostly written in a close third person and though much of it is in Amy’s point of view with a small amount in Dan’s. it also includes a decent portion of Irina’s point of view with a little bit of Alistair’s as well. Much of the character development for these characters has been provided in the previous series installments; however Watson does stay pretty much true to form with what’s already been developed for the characters including some of the cattiness added to Amy and Dan’s characterization. However while Amy seems to grow with each book we see less and less of Dan’s point of view with each installment. We haven’t seen a good section of this character’s point of view since the first novel in the series. It’s almost as if Dan looses a little bit of his fleshiness with each novel. Alistair’s character remains fairly fleshed out in this novel, but the real character growth appeared in Grace and Irina’s characters. Though Grace’s death is what begins the series, since she begins the race for the 39 clues, the idea and memory of her remains pretty much character even if she does only exist in memories. Irina, for the first time in the series becomes less one dimensional and more real. Jonah made a small cameo staying pretty true to form, but the remaining competitors were pretty much absent in this novel. Overall this was a great installment and Watson did a wonderful job of adding to the series. I look forward to learning where Amy and Dan will go to find the next clue.
boys coming of age in an unlikely place. Manages to be a great yearn and say something about the nature of man, without the latter getting in the way of the story.