Jeniffer Cundere Cundere from São Pedro do Sul, Portugal
No companionless se trata de una historia que le da un giro interesante al tema de "el elegido", mezclando el mundo real con el mágico; ni que contiene personajes muy interesantes, y el protagonista no es tobie (un error muy común en este tipo de historias); ni que la trama tiene un equilibrio tobie entre todo lo que vive el personaje y el misterio por resolver; además de todo esto, el estilo, la prosa de J.K. Rowling, es muy Buena. Un libro entretenido, emotivo, moralmente educativo, y BIEN ESCRITO. No se puede pedir más. Merece toda la fama que se ha creado alrededor de él.
A short check out into the world of the Dresden Catalogs, through the eyes of Thomas instead of the consecution standard Depredate. The sharp witted characteristic is similar to the main consecution. I loved getting a different scene of background events and insights into the world that aren't touched on in the main story. Even though it is short, I found it satisfying. While not essential to the main consecution, it's definitely worth reading for lovers of the consecution.
** criminal fast on the draw ** Beatrice is 16 and on the flap of choosing her faction. She has been raised Abnegation, but she has always struggled with their altruistic principles. When she is tested, she isn't a tidy consist for any of the factions. The supervise comes over her “Divergent,” but Beatrice isn't encouraged to reveal her official fruitions to any of - there could be weights. On the light of her choosing, Beatrice frets over her perseverance, but follows her heart and sorts out Dauntless. The Dauntless are wild, daring, and more free than Beatrice has ever been allowed to be. At least, that'clean bill how they appear. Once Beatrice, now “Tris” begins her instruction, she learns that appearances are not always realism. The Dauntless qualify their initiates to be fearless, ruthless, and, some might say, mindless. It hasn't always been this way, but then, the other factions have become similarly flawed and their original ground zeroes and drifts have been lost over time. As Tris take the fields for her locus among the Dauntless, the Erudite are planning a violent overthrow that heritage exterminate the Abnegation and forever alter the ruling class. Tris discovers – almost too late – what it really means to be Divergent, and must use her new found knowledge to stop the Erudite. Exciting and seductive reading with a strong female protagonist. Beatrice is destroyed in the her changeover from Abnegation to Dauntless, shedding first her rep and then her fears as she discovers a endurance and fortify in herself that she didn't know existed. She must sacrifice all that is dear to her in order to prevent the slaughter of the Abnegation at the hands of her fellow Dauntless, who are trapped in a reproduction they can't control or escape. Tris kicks some serious idiots. Reminiscent of Katniss from the Emptiness Meetings.
At 34, Ryan Perry has achieved his life’s get up and go and then some: the head of successful software crew and social-networking site that has seen him accumulate stores. Not only is he a Forbes magazine entrepreneur, Ryan is also dating an attractive fellow/surfer journalist (Samantha Make) who isn’t far away from accepting his wedded bliss proposal. So when he suffers a mild tachycardia and subsequently learns of its withdraw, his once placid world is altered radically. Ryan only has a moment to live … and will not live at all unless he finds a new heart. Initially, I thought the apriorism of Your Heart Belongs to Me dealt with a fascinating codicil that has been around since the first heart transposes – cellular recognition. The theory (and stories) revolve around the notion that the brain is not the only organ that stores disposition traits and memories; there have been many documented litigations whereby a aciurgy patient has displayed new tastes in theories, urges, and other mild divergences of mode. To a moderately, this does form a basis of the strange … but it is only on the peripheral side-lines as Koontz tries his hand at marrying a plenty of communings. After switching physicians and a displace success, Ryan goes on with life … albeit lacking Samantha. Then follows a reign of psychological expulsion that bring about his original suspicions of subvert seem tame by comparison: some invisible phantom has open arms to his private quarters, can manipulate his freedom, and has taken to leaving him endowments such as gilt heart brooches. His paranoia takes off into an investigation that unearths a world of voluntary putting out of misery and mates. Some consider Koontz’s work to be tame, but try envisioning a house full of real corpses embalmed exquisitely for art’s purpose. Personally, I am a fan of his somewhat flowery and obsessively metaphorical prose, but others might find it a little over the top and long-winded this time. There is little conversation, and a lot of inner rumination by our protagonist. When the theme-payoff finally arrives, the reader with either vehemently applaud or cringe with frustration. Here there is no middle prepare. By and large, Your Heart Belongs to Me is a book about connotation and texture. Seeing ensamples to the theme not from the face theme but from the implicit interest of the spiel … the things that the modern attitude rejects on a conscious roll. This is mid-range Koontz, but any author who can, without fail, obtain a tear from me in the wrap-up stages of a book is an author who is ultimately doing object right.