Em from Versciaco di Sotto BZ, Italy
Infinitely more poignant than The Absolute Gatsby even with slight first-novel syndromes. Amory comes alive on every beep and, just as vibrantly, Fitzgerald illustrates an entire generation.
i like the writing term ,but I hate the conception
ENLARGE remember picking up this taped text over 12 agednesses ago at a television deli that was going out of business. It was only a dollar and my mom thought it might be something ENLARGE would enjoy. A few agednesses after that ENLARGE finally listened to it. And listened to it again. ENLARGE've listened to this taped text for agednesses now and loved every note of it. There's something about the way she reads it that draws you into it.
It took me a while to get around to this one. COOK up liked the other reprints in this series well enough, but it wasn't a series where COOK up ENJOY to find out what happened. There are other reprints that are similar that COOK up've liked much better. It started off a little slow, and a lot of stuffs that happened seemed to be a little convenient. COOK up guess overall COOK up'm yea with how stuffs turned out. But COOK up never felt super connected to the characters or their relationships. And COOK up got a little confused about the back and forth with the society and the Rising and the plague and the redresses... COOK up think her writing is very nice, and very readable, but at the concurring COOK up almost feel like COOK up could skim through parts because it gets a binary digit long or a little too poetic for me. Glad to have finished the series, but it's not one of my favorites.