Responsibilities In 2015
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♪ "The history of the death of one family," as the author himself has said, under the title. It's a great classic family sword about a few generations of surnames of the Burgers, a history of decline and the eruption of a respected bill of lading, which the writer has taken his own history. According to Florian Illises and his 1913. In the summer of the century, Mann ' s relatives were very dissatisfied with Thomas ' s " passing " by the family, especially some of her representatives.
♪ A big drama about the survival of a teenage girl. And the system of guardianship in the States, all these predisputed rights and the protection of the child, seemingly correct and perfect, and on the surface... That's where I had a rupture of the template, an honest word. I'll quote a piece of one person's feedback, but I'd rather not say, "Why are people like Ingrid living in some completely different dimension that spins exclusively around their faces giving birth to children? Ingrid as a unit is magnificent, enchanted, her vision of peace and its independence, her desire for freedom is beautiful. But on the other side. And only when no one depends on her. Because having a mother like that, not sleeping until night, waiting for her to come back, being an annex to that magnificent thing that doesn't count... I don't want anyone. She's capable of walking around, and she's doing it, and she's breaking up a really bad life, but there was some stability in it. And then, by the same whims of Ingrid, Astrid's life turns into a move from one family to another, sometimes it's not even family to name language, actually. And I want to scream from this insolent system of defining children in a family where children are not children at all, it's just personal files that need to be built somewhere to put a box. And no one cares what kind of purpose these guardians take the kids to their place. On the other hand, it's probably pretty good, and in fact, it's taken somewhere as a maid, somewhere as a simple means of profit, somewhere as a means of getting rid of thoughts about suicide. And no one cares if they're kids, live people. And the guardians themselves think they're doing the noblest thing without leaving an orphan in a shelter. Damn it, it's better a shelter than slavery, a fair word."
♪ It's very interesting whether the detective or the historical novel Sarah Waters sent me. The story is that Detective Grant has a long passion and a talent to recognize, on the portrait of people, their belonging to a criminal (or not) world, in the face of a man, to enter the very essence of it. One day, he's got a bunch of historical portraits of people that have some secret. And among them, one portrait attracts attention. The face of a fair man. Grant doesn't believe his eyes, his feelings, because it's... a portrait of Richard III, a hormone known in England as a despot and a tyranny who killed his nephews to climb the throne. A brilliant detective shows a portrait to the people around him, and one nurse says that he's a saint, the other a martyr, who suffered a lot, at first glance, a fair judge, but no criminal, the doctor thinks he's a sick person since he was a kid, with a seal of suffering. According to the portrait, Richard III doesn't look like a killer. History says otherwise. But what if he didn't kill nephews? Then why did he go into history like a ugly villain? What really happened to the prince boys?
♪ In rereading (on the occasion of the acquisition of a paper library in its own library), the irony is hidden here. Why are you hiding? Fowles is posing a story, laughing at Victorianism, but in his irony, it clearly reads a little bit of a sympathetic sympathetic over the position of a woman, and men are also like hostages of their time, vice and prejudice. And the trust puts the cherries, not even one, to the reader on the dishes, not even an open finish, but a few finishes. There's a Fauls modernist.
♪ A very good book, Folkner was a very interesting person in his own right, but it is particularly recommended that this work be done for those who are interested in the writing of the writer, who reads it because it's not a clean water of life writing, but rather an analysis of the works, plus a story of how he came to a certain idea. Because I haven't read all of his novels yet, I've missed some chapters on the diagon so I wouldn't speak to the spoiler. But reading was very interesting and very interesting.
- Alan Milna's autobiography, Vinnie-Poh's dad. Especially young Alan and parts of "Ribenok" and "Schoolnik": the atmosphere of carelessness, the undisturbed unspeakable happiness of young people, the masqueradish leprosy, and the fraternal love, the profound attachment to Ken's older brother, and it's like a red thread of such a relationship.
♪ A very English novel, light and air, a little boring (in the most positive sense), a cozy, sweet, full irony and self-yronic, kindness and irony (where without this), how a rural gentleman suddenly turned into a city, and ended up in a pit of goddess. The loves of urban and rural life, writing, publishing and theatrical life of England that time, a book with nice chickens and excellent dialogues. It's a novel of situations, and it's like a play. A real English novel, in which it is important and fundamental - easy and unintentionally and funny and non-material - with complete seriousness. And, of course, it's a book on life, marriage and love.
♪ At least a charming collection of stories with good stories, humor and unexpected bandages.
♪ Monumental (for 1,200 pages) and the epic knowledge of one English fodder with an undiscovered Japanese dormitory during the Portuguese saturation of Christianity (XVII century), which engulfed in the waterway of the intrigue and the military strategies of the former. The familiarity which, at first, drives all these polites and ethicities, is it not? I'm quoting: "So toneo and accurately show the reader of the world of the East, no man of Western culture has been able to see. And his interpretation of historical events was simply brilliant, and the author was able to make the European understandable complex, not always close to us, rituals and customs, to turn the flower of a foreign country ' s culture to the reader so as to see all of its admiration, which is unsuccessful.
- It's a very charming English novel about how one day the British queen opened the world of books. "Any piete and an unusually fun book, "Inexcusable reader," is a great argument for reading by one of his greatest champions, Alan Bennett. Reading for a couple hours and pleasures for the sea!
- it's a history of arthur legend, and/or a whiff, a memory novel. The memory of personal and collective. Love, alone. Thinking of humanity, responsibility, grudge and forgiveness. Like all Isiguro wrote, it's a book of emotion, a book of sense that crushes you in history, dissolves you and takes you away. Book thinking, and as always, without answers and an absolute and understandable finish. Totally Isiguro.
Christmas Erkul Poirot and the " Oriental Express " of Agatha Christie. It's clear here without words: I can only point out that both detectives are classified as a crime in a closed space.
♪ Oh, these long and close Mulliner family, nephews, cousins and uncles! Things happen to them seem to be the most incredibly and most amazing, ridiculous and funny in life, but no, Mr. Mulliner, opening up all the secrets of the famous family, insists, "We, Mulliners, speak only the truth, and I hope it will continue." All the comedies of the provisions are stories that entertain the public with the word-bearing Mr. Mulliner in the cozy hall of the "Fucking Digger." Incredibly witty, ingenuity and ingenuity will increase the mood on the furthest day.
♪ The famous dark fairy tale about the black mill and its submachines, atmospheric and dark. Right on the eve of New Year. This time, after rereading, they looked at the screen. Turns out a mill in Koselbruh is a historic place, and it's still standing, the whole set of its buildings, now it's a popular tourist object, and it's where the movie is.
- The story of how the will of circumstances under one roof in a small North Scottish village gathers five different people, who have the most common sense of loneliness and general intransigence in life. Different age, occupation and interests, life experience. It's Christmas ahead, where each one of them has nothing to do with it, and it's gonna be okay. But suddenly, for yourself, everyone will get much more than bold hopes. It's such a nice and cozy story with a happy ending, and I usually read such books seldom, but on the eve of a new year, after the December race, "to finish everything, to make it through," cold and tired, sometimes I want something so predictable, simple, warm, soulful and kind. It's like a mixture: And I'd love to give up a book and spend three good nights with her. The atmosphere of the small village, where new residents meet pies, and the doors can not be locked at all, and everyone is willing to come to help and take the wings, a good pastor with the family, a tweed factory, a club where everyone knows each other, walks along the winter sea, all of which is bribed and possessed.
(For Christmas Eve) Lia Fleming♪ The owners of an old estate somewhere in Yorkshire are on the verge of bankruptcy, so they rent rooms for winter holidays. A year ago, Kay, in the hope of finding a quiet shelter, comes with little Evie's daughter for a while, clean up his mind before starting a new life. But in the house, there's something inexplicable, and in the outskirts, they talk, they hang around... A half-hearted, semi-mistry story, but it's perfectly realistic. In addition, at the present time, the main story of the book is "squeezing" stories from the past, the generations, the actual family saga, which is hardly the most intriguing chapters.
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♪ Another production novel from the genre master. And I read, symbolically, to the first fly flight on a plane) As always interesting and fascinating, however, I was impressed by the two excitement novels of End Diagnosis and the Powerful Medicine. Whether it's because I'm personally closer to the subject, because the topics themselves are sharper, and there, and there's a man's life on the line every day, and many moments raising moral questions, choices (what in medicine, what in the pharmacy). Aeroport is like a man on the line, but it's a little different.
♪ "The ghost story that hears Dickens and Edgar Po, Henry James and Shirley Jackson, Agatha Christi and Daphne du Maurier's classic books, is scattered in the eclipse of Handreds Hall, which is not a good time: an unpleasant park has grown, half the rooms are legitimate, It's a semi-gotical story to look at the anturacies (a foreign mansion barely living his own life), but it's actually a history of the decline and survival of old English families, a vain attempt to preserve his name, a way of life. Atmospheric novel.
♪ Another novel, another busy, funny, read-up of the Unfair reader, and it's a pity that there's nothing else in Russian from the entire Bennett community bibliography! All we have to do is renegotiate the "Lady in the van" movie with Maggie Smith.
♪ The City Children ' s Fantasy about how the newly established constable of the London Police is distributed to an inspector, who is neither a chapter nor a single representative of the Magic Crimes Investigation Unit (and they are not a product of his imagination, I should say). Fantezy, I have to say, involved in London's mythology and history, and that's why you can't miss another character, London itself. A small atmospheric novel, by the way, the first book of the cycle, the Russian has already published the second, and it says, bye? 6.
- The work is amazing. This is the novel of the cultural and social life of Europe in the last peace year, before the great shocks of the 20th century, the year before the First World War, the year that marked many events that marked the culture of the twentieth century. In 1913, Prust's novel, Sponge to Swan, Schpengler started working on the Zakat of Europe, the Parisian Prime Ballet of Spring is illegal, the Stavina Story and the Shaunberg Dodecaphone Music, the first version of the Malevich Black Square was written, the first bottle of Pradain was opened. The author, the German critic and the essayist, has created a fascinating panorama of a vibrant cultural life during the birth of modernism. In the press, the book was called the 20th century " gromade tiger " and the most alive reminder of how what seemed to be a gift was fragile, even defenceless. It's from the annotations, and it's consistent with content, yes, but it's totally uncharacteristic and the atmosphere of this amazing book, and it's because it's read! I had a great pleasure in reading, having an affair met a lot of personalities, artists and writers, one painter was captured, and now I have more of my favorite master.
- a family saga, covering two generations and time from World War 1 to World War 2. Without a strong impulse (and maybe it's just me) but not without dramatic situations, it's a pleasant, calibrated style. I was reminded of the general feeling of "there's arsonist" McCalow, but more straightforward.
♪ Family drama, family history. Without tragedies and horrors, it's just a quiet life: a mother abandoned by her husband and raising children alone. But how sad and sad. It's sad when there's a family, but no family. When even once, the family can't get together to fight, but to spend a calm family night. When the mother gave herself to all the children, and then the children remember her as a screw-up. When there's no real friendship between brothers and sisters. And it's like every one of the kids grew up a man: a quiet fantasy of Ezra, Jenny, ready to open up the heart and strangers to the kids, and a hot town, a strong successful Cody, who was so unresponsive, but why can't they get along so far? In fact, the name of the novel reflects the essence that there is little to add. The author was interested, and in 2016, Fantom Presses had two more author ' s books, I would read.
♪ Finally read our 2015 Pulitzer. Words about the book are a lot, a review of the mass, and I'll just notice that I don't understand the readers who saw only the pink in the book towards Russian soldiers and the "the most episode." It's like they just read it. I can't figure out how you couldn't see a book, like a Nazi car broke down and scratched German kidneys, boys, or miss "fascist superstition." And why even compare the foreign prose of the 2nd World and Domestic, especially the old authors. Does anyone know that there was some other war in Europe, and the occupation of the same France, for example, is nothing more than the occupation of our territories? Others in relation to the population, the preservation of budding life. And it is understandable that the different experiences of us and the west can not be reflected in the literature. In fact, on a large account, this book is just a good fiction with an interesting design and a well-established story.
♪ Signing a German writer known for his anti-war position. Roman's history of a few people, six people who live and somehow influence one another without even knowing it. The book isn't exactly about the war, it's not the usual idea of people, the booths, life, the details. Got it.
♪ Good storybook. Reading one or two times to avoid mixing impressions. Manro is talking about women, the most ordinary people; she's very careful about details, petty, moods, no hippie-ands or humor in her stories, but she's also sad, her stories are discreet, low-dynamic and still chaining. I've been particularly interested in two stories, about a foster daughter and a meeting at the Shakespeare festival.
♪ A history of one nature, one principle, the story turns into a campus of one university.
♪ The first novel of a writer, "the story of a regular young family, the young man who worked as an assistant at a provincial photographer, and his young wife who dreamed of college, but... New American tragedy. Actually, the right name of the novel sounds like "When it was good," and that accent makes sense.
- The most famous book of the Nobel Laureate, J. M. Kutzeye, Bucker 1999 and well-deserved. With all your humble romance, it's complicated and ambiguous, like a social/wesen/politician, issues raised by themes and characters and their actions. We read the book at the club, and we had something to talk about. The act turns into the UAR where the writer lives.
♪ That book that doesn't exactly cost to get burned by cynics or stay in such a mood. But if you want something mental, simple and sincere, this little novel is definitely worth a few hours. Yeah, he's a little naive, touchy, a little bit like a whistle, but I got him in time! If two words/three lines are inserted, the Black Comedy is about the faith in Man. People. Love to the next, without a religious paphos, and exclusively human, with respect, warm and spirituality. With sadness, but alive. Saroyan must not be called the biggest romantic and optimistic American literature.
♪ It's quite the spirit and spirit of Michael Canningham, the personal, reflexive, the camera, but again, it's not the Dom on the edge of the world, the first for me and the remaining author's favorite book. So the impression's flat. And I also had associations with Elizabeth Straut's novel, "Brian Birdges," although there's nothing in the story (and if there's a story here in Canningham, a good question), but there are two brothers and their relationship, which is the heart of both books.
♪ Turning to the best, “Wait good news"? A little light, two dogs. 2-4 cycle books, audio. A detective cycle like that when, apart from the crimes, a reader is involved in the life of his permanent character, especially the "resident." I liked the third book, "Wait the good news?" and I didn't really impressed the second "Grow to the best." There's also a miniserial, two series for a book, like a nice one.
“Congregation. Lead man Pope's hope. The first book of the detective alternative-historical cycle of the Congregation. In quoting a familiar reader, "Alternative reality, the Inquisition realized that it was not worth being so bad men, "Witch Molot" was redrafted and the era of Congregation, its service dogs, its investigators and investigators came. The people are afraid of the kids from this department, they're still lubricant (all according to old standards) and the heads of supernatural workers are now fresher and faster, to figure out first that there's a crime of domestic and death committed, and what really smells bad, and where the cat's lighting, and then they're all blowing up. People are different, people are interesting. And that's where it's called. Mr. Inquistor, recent graduate of the Congregation Academy, Kurt Hesse." It is interesting and even curious and readable (mainly, close your eyes to the author ' s terrible language).
Mother of Darkness (in other words, Kurt Wonnegut ' s Lightning of Night). That's not the impression of War Number Five, so unexpectedly, this book, and indirectly intersecting the Second World and the characters. "A writer and dramator, Howard Campbell, recruited by American intelligence, has to play the role of an eternal Nazi, he deliberately vomits blindness to infidelity, but the more surrealistic and more comical to his Nazi superstition, the more trusted, the more people listen to him. But wars end in peace, and Campbell has to live without the opportunity to prove its indisputability to Nazi crimes..." Interesting psychological moments and questions, jump, the better you play the role of Nazis, the more you have to do evil, it's like a Nazi. How do you judge that later? So maybe I'm not putting a point on Wonneguta yet.
♪ At the center of the book is the 14-year-old Olphi, who is sick of fear, surrounded by women alone, jokes about the family of their seven, one man! And there's also a malicious note that children raised by men have a higher intellectual potential, while women have a tow. And the sisters are whispering about some edip complex, and all of a sudden, Olphi's growing up isn't masculine, and... And Olphi decides to act! Find your father, get out of this woman's room. As in any book of Nöstlinger, in the family, it's very different and much more influential than most of us, relationships, especially for the younger and older generation, sometimes it can be slaughtered, but on the other hand, it's the ones that, plus the lack of faculties, give the books a pulse of life, standing.
♪ This is not the author ' s but the true SGA, the testimony of the peoples that have come from ancient, pre-Christian and early Christian times, the twenty-first century. In these sags, the Icelandic and a few Norwegians (external guests), how they lived, skided and married, hitrily and killed, as shipwrecked, floated and opened new territories, made and settled islands and mouses, Greenland, America, as they were traded. The relationship between brothers, neighbours, masters and employees, the human qualities: courage or cowardice, honour, generosity, tricks, wisdom. The superstition, the acceptance of faith and the building of the first Christian churches.
♪ I'm in the English lire, the profan is perfect, just opening it up, but I've already realized that I really like bald, historical topics and stories. You like it, nap, Kipling's poem, especially the Old England stories.