Kaoutar Koukita Koukita desde Mash'alah, Yemen
¡Mucho sobre la vida y los valores, además de un poco más sobre motocicletas!
Para mí fue una experiencia bastante emotiva leer este libro, ya que tanto mi madre como mi abuela tenían Alzheimer. No puedo esperar para discutirlo con el grupo BookEnders en la biblioteca el 30 de marzo.
Ella es buena, pero no me quitó los calcetines como algunos de sus otros libros.
I loved this book. It almost makes you wish you were Norwegian. The author is from Minnesota and teaches English at Concordia University.
I wanted to give this book more but I couldn't. Within the pages is a good story but alas not the one that was published - ok that might be a bit harsh but honestly the book is too young with more and more wrong turns being made that just start to make the whole thing predictable - if the publisher had taken half the size of this book it would've been a good story! It's about 3 lost souls all searching for something coming together for a cross country road trip across america that is a bit of a disaster to be honest - no one achieves what they set out to do. The story of Candy Cane is one of sadness, her Father is a monk and her step dad forced her to take part in porn films at a very young age - so one extreme to the other - her step dad is chasing her across the country ready to kill. This drags Gina and Shelby into the mess. And then the book goes on and on about religious quotes and one bad move after another. The concept was good but the outcome didn't really appeal to me, it's a shame as there is some good writing in here from time to time.