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Halüsinojenik üzerine tartışmalar ve bir mesculin gezisi hesabı. Eski bir kare için güzel rad.
** spoiler alert ** Some of it was a little ridiculous... When Dr. Destiny is in the cafe the writing and images were incessantly trying to convey "This is so scary and weird why would anyone do that?" "Can you BELIEVE IT??" "Check this out!" "And then he did THIS!", and I was just sort of irritated that they were spending so much time throwing variations of the same thing at me. I also thought the description of the chick with the sand was way scarier than she actually turned out being and was not super amped on that. If you can't convey how effed up she's supposed to be maybe just don't show her. Same with cartoony Dr. Destiny. Anyway, aside from that I thought the storyline was sufficiently compelling and the characters are pretty engaging and fun. I am looking forward to reading the next one and seeing how that goes.
While the majority of the book measured up to Flynn's earlier work, Sharp Objects, parts felt slightly short to me, particularly the ending. But I still never saw it coming...
Wonderful Wonderful Book!!! This isn't simply a story, it is an entire journey in the land of Zamonia. I would recommend this to anyone who has a large imagination. The story is exactly what the title states, the 13 1/2 lives of Captain Bluebear and it is bound to be one of the most imaginative 13 1/2 lives ever. If you enjoy the imagination of child lit or just getting lost in a new world this really is a book for you. I can't wait to finish the rest of the stories of Zamonia, but I know for sure that Bluebear is most likely going to be my favorite character of them all. Hope you enjoy.