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Hem güzel hem de sanatsal kralların himayesinde ve iktidarı altında insanların acı ve ıstırap, bu tarihsel zulmü kalem ve ruhu ile bir Şeriat yapar. Mutlu ruh
** spoiler alert ** Emily Barr has a way of writing that keeps you grabbing the book until the end. The stories have nothing really extraordinary, as they show portraits of what seem real persons in real life and not a fantasy idea of how everything should be. And this is not chick lit, as we don't have a "and they lived happily ever after" at the end. In this book, Emma seems to have the almost perfect life. Her dream partner, a beautiful daughter, it's just a pity that Matt doesn't ask her to marry him and that we wishes to move to a big house in the middle of nowhere in France. But Emma accepts it all, until we find out (before Emma), that Matt is also called Hugh, and already has a wife and son living in London - and so his needs to go ever weekend from one country to the other. How will Emma's, Jo's, the kids, and Matt's/Hugh's lifes be affected when all is out in the open?
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Well, I just loved it. I don't know what else I can really say. Her writing definitely had a kinda trademark poco stamp, but she perfected it! It was in your face, and yet pleasantly so.
Well, it's certainly not a hagiography...'Don't draw comics, they will break your heart"...too late.