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Eunsol Jung Jung từ Basavenahalli, Karnataka, Ấn Độ từ Basavenahalli, Karnataka, Ấn Độ

Người đọc Eunsol Jung Jung từ Basavenahalli, Karnataka, Ấn Độ

Eunsol Jung Jung từ Basavenahalli, Karnataka, Ấn Độ

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Good mystery - fun summer read.

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The Golden Compass is by far the best book in the His Dark Materials trilogy. Maybe it's just me, maybe I like how the main character starts off safe and innocent, at home, and wins a few easy victories before things get really strange, before she gets really far from home. But no. I have to say, this book is plotted the tightest, moving quickly from one interesting locale to the next interesting character to the next fascinating idea (bears with invincible armor? Well, I never!). The second two book of the trilogy are weighted down with their own self-importance, serious and boring, with unnecessary death and miraculous changes of heart I just don't believe in. Golden Compass will delight you like childhood delights us, without beating the shit out of you with its message about innocence and puberty. Oh, and one more thing: Phillip Pullman, if you're reading this - you're a blowhard. How dare you talk shit about Tolkien and C.S. Lewis? You'll never be as good. (See page five of this article): http://www.newyorker.com/archive/2005...

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This was definitely an exhaustive overview of the role of the marginalized women who ran with the Dillinger gang. However, it is easy to get lost in the sea of aliases and names and dates.