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Americanah
Americanah
Preis: EUR 6,40

5.0 von 5 Sternen Entertaining and Insightful, 15. August 2014
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Americanah (Kindle Edition)
The story flows well. The reader can relate to all three environments - Nigerian childhood, always with nebulous ties to 'away', life in America and then returnin, with all her American influences, to a more modern, changing Nigeria. Recommend as a good read with insights into various aspects of a different culture.


Little Bee: Roman
Little Bee: Roman
Preis: EUR 8,99

4.0 von 5 Sternen Good Read, 15. August 2014
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Little Bee: Roman (Kindle Edition)
A good read and an insight into life as an Asylum seeker. The parallel story was a little weak but still entertaining.


A Pilgrim's Guide to the Camino de Santiago: St. Jean • Roncesvalles • Santiago (Camino Guides)
A Pilgrim's Guide to the Camino de Santiago: St. Jean • Roncesvalles • Santiago (Camino Guides)
von John Brierley
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Preis: EUR 26,78

5.0 von 5 Sternen All details necessary to walk the Camino alone, 15. August 2014
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This is a great guide...the Pilgrim's bible. Tghis and several helpful You Tube clips faciliate both the planning and the walking.


The Secret Piano: From Mao's Labor Camps to Bach's Goldberg Variations
The Secret Piano: From Mao's Labor Camps to Bach's Goldberg Variations
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Should have ended in China, 15. August 2014
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The first half of the book was interesting but I quickly became tired of the whinny tone in the second half - every chapter seems to begin with 'after all I have been through'. This women goes to the US, always finds someone to house and sponsor her, marries uniquely for a green card, goes to to France to carry on the same way. She cannot stay in France so returns to the States long enough to get a US citizenship uniquely to make it easier for her to apply for French citizenship! Ethics? None. Gratitude? Some. A parasitic life at best. Listen to her Goldberg Variations on You Tube... fine but cannot compare to Glenn Gould.
Sorry. Cannot recommend this book.


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