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A folyó dala. Leif Enger. Alexandra Kiadó Adala Morvay Krisztina. Kedvenc könyvem. Eredeti megnevezés:. Méret [mm]:. Tömeg [g]:. Hasonló termékek. Charlotte McConaghy. Daniel Keyes. Rozsban a fogó. Jerome David Salinger. Ne mozdulj! Margaret Mazzantini. A zongorista. Erica Bauermeister. Paul Auster. Barna Imre.
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Return to Book Page. Preview — A folyó dala by Leif Enger. A folyó dala by Leif Enger. Get A Copy. Paperbackpages. Published December by Alexandra first published More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about A folyó dalaplease sign up. Does anyone else get a bit of a "To Kill A Mockingbird" vibe when reading this novel? Or is that just me? Melissa I totally get that vibe - narration through a child's eyes, in an historical time folyo dala place, with a parent who is a moral compass.
I am listening to the audiobook and I thought I heard the reader as Rube say, "Chaos follows belligerance into office" which of course made me reflect on politics. Did I hear this correctly? Can anyone with the printed text confirm this? It is likely to be found around chapter 5 or 6. Diane Laughlin It is on page 92 in my paperback copy. See all 13 questions about A folyó dala….
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You must hate me. Oh no! Do you? I hope you don't hate me. Hate me for stopping. Hate me for hating this wannabe John Irving knock-off debut. I hope you don't, because I love you. And, yes. It is a debut. I get it. I hope things got better later for this author. I'm not trying to be mean here. It's hard to write a debut novel. I've got one that's still crouching in my own computer, and we're both terrified to go back out on a date together.
But, as readers, we can get very distracted by the candy on the counter. We are quick to dub a debut brilliant as so many reviewers have with this one—you should see the back of this book. Sometimes, we are too quick to coo. Her fingers were the oldest part of her. But, when you break it all down. How many year-old boys do YOU know who think. Her fingers were the oldest part of her?? You're lucky if an year-old boy notices that he HAS hands, and, if he does, it's probably because they're shoved down his pants.
So, the year-old talks like an aged romantic, the 8-year-old talks like a wizened year-old and the however-old-he-is father doesn't speak. And, I honestly could not figure out what time konyv: this was supposed to be. And then we've got the whole. And, the pot of soup refills itself like Jesus and the loavesand the broken saddle spontaneously repairs itself.
What kind of a literary technique is that?? It does not work. You can not make random nonsense occur to one family in the entire world and expect me as a reader to run with it. None of this works for me. Make it go away!! View all 72 folyo dala. This is a wonderful tale of the strength of family during hardships and struggle.
The oldest child of Jeremiah Land - Davey gets into a fight with the local thugs when they break into his home and threaten the safety of his younger siblings. One of the two is killed and suddenly Davey is up for manslaughter. He hits the road, leaving his family with no clue where he's gone and how bad konyv: will get if he is discovered. Konyv: you can't stomach religion then maybe put this one aside as it has a heav This is a wonderful tale of the strength of family during hardships and struggle.
If you can't stomach religion then maybe put this one aside as it has a heavy focus on the faith of Jeremiah and the miracles they witness while on their travels to find Davey. As they say the journey is the destination - so it konyv: folyo so much the search for Davey as the things the family discover, the people folyo dala meet and the difficulties they overcome.
If you like stories set in the Southern states, where family is stronger than the law then this one is for you. View all 23 comments. After almost eight years, it was good to revisit it and rediscover "dala" I loved about it. I remembered loving the characters especially Reuben and Swede and konyv: folyo setting the desolation of the Dakota Badlands.
I remembered loving the writing: absolutely some of the best writing I've encountered in all the books I've read. I remembered almost nothing of the plot besides fugitive Davy and the family in the Airstream trailer, so it was an especia REVIEW: I just re-read this one for book club. I remembered almost nothing folyo dala the plot besides fugitive Davy and the family in the Airstream trailer, so it was dala especially enjoyable re-read.
This book is both sad and hopeful. A little gritty in places without being unnecessarily graphic. A little too unreal at times A beautiful tribute to faith in God, a theme that is so rarely treated with the respect and depth it deserves.