I’m done… just in time (more or less).
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chrysania has written 25 entries about this goal
It might be and how I am feeling right now, but this was another highly disappointing book. The only thing I liked where the description of India, its cities and rural areas, its people and colours, smells etc. So the background was right, the story however was boring, the characters neither likeable nor credible and the whole thing could have been written down on 20 pages – not 250.
A Columbian author writing about drug lords and female assassins, while actually writing a story about unrequited love. I didn’t like the language too much, which could also be the fault of the translators – sometimes too casual, sometimes too dramatic.
A lovely book about growing up, choices, guilt and much more. Definitely worth a read.
I wanted to read more local authors, that’s how this book ended up on my nightstand. It was sooo boring though, I had to bring myself to read a couple of pages each day just to get through it.
I thought this was one of his weakest books ever. The story was clear from the beginning (it obviously couldn’t end that the main character just got richer and richer, so he had to lose it all again), the main character was never really likeable (the minor characters neither), the romance was put in just to have a bit of romance. Overall not worth the read.
Not my favorite author, but this was a good, quick read.
Another Connelly and as always nice, although I have to admit that the cover text would have convinced me to buy it at all and just chose the author. So overall, not a story I would have read normally, but good enough.
A story that I seem to have read a million times before. Not worth it.