F itibaren Lanz, Almanya
Bu iyi bir kitaptı. Başlangıçta soy ağacı yüzünden biraz tahmin edilebilir buldum, ama aynı zamanda Thunder of Roll Hear Cry için de bir ön koşul, bu yüzden tahmin edilebilir hale getireceğini tahmin ediyorum. Hikayenin pek bir eylemi yoktu, ama yine de güçlü ve ilginç bir tarihsel hikayeydi.
I am now reading this book for the sixth time, and am still finding interesting facts, sarcastic quips, political insight, and personal wisdom. HST spreads his genius on every page. The more I read his work, the more I come to appreciate him. Well, I read it again, and I have come away from it with more insight and understanding. His work never fails me...
Enjoyed this one but Bella seemed to annoy me a little! It was somewhat repetitious and was glad when the main story finally broke through.
Definitely worth reading. I would rate this one behind Midwives but ahead of The Law of Similars. I seem to be in a trend of books narrated by different characters for each chapter and this one was particularly effective with this technique.
What a funny account of a city girl trying to make it on a chicken ranch with her husband in the depression era. I loved how the narrator/main character explained inadimate objects as if they were actual people with personalities. The only things that kind of got on my nerves was how racist she was towards Native Americans but this was set in the 30's so I guess that is to be expected.