When I was 30... book diary 2013/2014
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Lek na śmierć (The Death Cure) - James Dashner
Delighted because I made friends with the characters of this trilogy,
and I couldn't wait moments spent with them again, very lightly
read me this story. Everything was great and interesting
and kept in suspense. Disappointed because I expected a little different
conclusion. I'm glad that Thomas and Brenda, not Thomas and Teresa,
but I missed look to the future, of what happened next.
(unless the author plans to continue (?)).
After all, a great trilogy and pity that so quickly ended.
Ender na wygnaniu (Ender in Exile) - Orson Scott Card
of the adventures of Ender, but overall it was not bad. A little hard
for me to read it, I suffered a little bit, but I wanted to know
further fate of Ender. A very interesting character of Alessandra.
Gra Endera (Ender's Game) - Orson Scott Card
because soon I want to watch a movie, but I think that I will continue
reading this saga. It was a very good entertainment.
Próby Ognia (The Scorch Trials) - James Dashner
I rated at 9, but it really is something between 8 and 9.
After all this book is very interesting, the characters and their adventures
are really great. I can not wait for the next part and
now I know I'll miss Minho.
Wiezien Labiryntu (The Maze Runner) - James Dashner
Keep in suspense and really interesting described characters,
I immediately made friends with some of them. Of course,
I more liked Minho and Newt, not Thomas. Minho is my favorite,
I'm wondering if in the next parts of this book that will not change.
I cann't wait for the screen of this book. I hope that this will be
a really great show. Really interesting to me is that in this book,
and in Suzanne Collins books as well is very easy to lose yourself.
Recently I read Eragon and Eldest, and after reading the two long parts,
I don't feel anything for Eragon, I don't feel need to quickly know
how the saga will end. Here is definitely different.
Therefore, I believe that this book has a lot of potential.
Najstarszy (Eldest) - Christopher Paolini
the first half of the book was heavy and quite boring. The whole time
I was waiting for the action, which appeared later. Unfortunately,
the book very predictable. Nothing didn't surprise me, I figured out everything.
I'm disappointed regarding Murtagh, but really liked Roran,
even more than Eragon. In conclusion, I give seven, because it is
a cool book, but just nice.
Kosogłos (Mockingjay) - Suzanne Collins
The whole story ended in the way I wanted. I cried, I read ending
a few times and I couldn't believe that this is the end...
Yes, I will really miss this book. Now I'm waiting for the screen adaptation.
So far I've seen only the first part.
W pierscieniu ognia (Catching Fire) - Suzanne Collins
free moment. I live the life of the characters, I can not sleep, still thinking
what will happen next and how it will end. I read at night under the
covers with a flashlight as a teenager. Really brilliant series.
In my mind arrange a ending scenario, I'll see if it will come true.
Today I started to read the last part.
When will it end, I will really miss this book...
Igrzyska śmierci (The Hunger Games) - Suzanne Collins
movie. I knew what was going to happen and how the whole will end.
However, the book was written in an interesting way, and it was so many
new facts not presented in the film, so many emotions, reflection, feelings,
plot twists that I really fell in love with this book, I made friends
with the characters and I cann't wait to continuation.
I was curious, but the end didn't meet my expectations.
The Watcher in the Shadows (2013)
I really liked the characters in this book, it was interesting and scary.
I played great.
I haven't liked any of the characters. History was also bland.
One Past Midnight: The Langoliers (Four Past Midnight)... - Stephen King
The Great Gatsby - F. Scott Fitzgerald
from 2013, and I must admit that I liked the movie more. It was... easier.
The book was written a fairly complicated language for me.
The Last Battle (The Chronicles of Narnia) - C. S. Lewis
saga otherwise. But I really liked the new character - Tirian.
The Magician's Nephew (Chronicles of Narnia) - C. S. Lewis
very creative and I really liked it, but create Narnia was weak.
Nevertheless, I rate all of the eight, because I think it's really
magical story and it's worth exploring.
The Prince Of Mist - Carlos Ruiz Zafon
I must admit that they were not bad. If I was younger I probably
liked that even more. But generally speaking, I like literature
for teens and definitely read the next book in this series,
and other books by this author.
Stardust - Neil Gaiman
that the book will be brilliant. Unfortunately, a big disappointment.
This rarely happens, but I liked the movie more. End of the book
was boring. I didn't feel emotions between Tristan and the Star.
But still my evaluation to be a seven, because the whole idea
Eragon (Inheritance, Book 1) - Christopher Paolini
I wanted to quit. With all respect to Brom, chase the Ra'zac,
interviews and training was just boring. But then came Murtagh and Arya
and boring book turned into a great adventure. Now I have to see
the movie (despite poor reviews), and read the next part
of the Inheritance saga.
"The Chronicles of Narnia" I liked the most. New characters,
interesting journey, it was nice to read.
The Silver Chair (The Chronicles of Narnia) - C. S. Lewis
The whole story was also interesting, underground world... very dark.
because of the beautiful descriptions of nature, the sea full of lila,
underwater world and the end. A lot to my imagination.