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Hatice Aygen Aygen từ Ashnaei, Yazd, I-ran từ Ashnaei, Yazd, I-ran

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Hatice Aygen Aygen từ Ashnaei, Yazd, I-ran

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Yêu cuốn sách cho đến nay !! Tôi đã trở thành một người hâm mộ P Callow lớn sau khi đọc cuốn tiểu thuyết đầu tiên của cô ấy và vì vậy tôi rất thích kết nối lại với Kate trong câu chuyện tiếp theo diễn ra ở Halifax.

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i certainly did not expect to love this book after my dismal experience with winter's tale. however, this book restored my faith in mark helprin not so much as a writer- despite not liking winter's tale, the man can write- but more as an author that i simultaneously respect and enjoy. the satire is entirely hilarious. i love the premise of the book and the characters from freddy to his royal mummy, earned your admiration. i'm not surprised mark helprin was a speechwriter for bob dole. the speeches and language and all communication in this novel were just inspiring and phenomenal. or perhaps i just loved it because royalty- especially of the british variety is something i have always been fascinated with. and to have it presented here in such a funny and engaging way, i just unexpectedly fell head over heels in love. that's the best way to do it, after all.

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It's been a while since I read this book, but I've been wanting to read it again. I love historical fiction and this piece offered a beautiful look at the role women play in each other's lives. Its the story of Dinah, the single daughter of the biblical Jacob's thirteen offspring. Although she is only briefly mentioned in the book of Genesis, Diamant weaves a story of what her life might have been like, living with her father, his four wives, their 12 sons and all the servants and members of household such a huge family would have. It gives a different view to the inequalities given to women in the past and overall, it is a wonderful piece of fiction.