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پرنده خارزار .

  • 764 pages
  • پرنده خارزار
  • Colleen McCullough
  • Persian
  • 18 January 2017
  • 9644480481 Edition Language Persian Characters

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  1. says:

    I gave this book a five star rating because otherwise my mother would disown me How would she know Mothers know everything This is her favorite book movie miniseries My first reaction to hearing this story was to stare blankly, shake my head and think to myself, parents have the worst taste in books I grew up on Britney, Christina and Backstreet Boys I survived Twilight I owned a a bright pink Spice Girls T shirt that had matching shorts with white hearts a...

  2. says:

    There could be thirteen million things to write about this book but since I m retired..only writing abbreviated reviews I ll try to make this short This novel must have been one of the most scandalous talked about novels to hit the book shelves back in 1977 And. it was a FINE read these past few days By FINE , I mean a VERY ADDICTIVE compelling engrossing WONDERFUL read..an epic that stretches our hearts beyond the Outback regions of Australia TidbitsThe rel There could be thirteen million things to write about this book but since I m retired..only writing abbreviated reviews I ll try to make this short This novel must have been one of the most scandalous talked about novels to hit the book shelves back in 1977 And. it was a FINE read these past few days By FINE , I mean a VERY ADDICTIVE compelling engrossing WONDERFUL read..an epic that stretches our hearts beyond the Outback regions of Australia TidbitsThe relationship between Father Ralph de Bricassart and Meggie Cleary calls for a lengthy book club discussion in itself Father Ralph says I ve known Meggie since she was ten years old, only days off the boat from New Zealand You might in truth say I ve known Meggie through flood and fire and emotional famine, and through death, and life All that we have to bear Meggie is the mirror in which I m forced to view my mortality.A theme that never got off the ground Early in this novel, when Meggie was...

  3. says:

    I ve wanted to read this book for years, but I m glad I waited till I was at a stage in my life when I might appreciate it the most though it wasn t deliberate I didn t know anything about the story before I started except that it s a classic Australian novel, epic in scope, and was made into a mini series or something starring Rachel Ward years ago I like not knowing much about books before I read them, though it leaves you wide open for the story to be told, and absorbed.This is indeed an I ve wanted to read this book for years, but I m glad I waited till I was at a stage in my life when I might appreciate it the most though it wasn t deliberate I didn t know anything about the story before I started except that it s a classic Australian novel, epic in scope, and was made into a mini series or something starring Rachel Ward years ago I like not knowing much about books before I read them, though it leaves you wide open for the story to be told, and absorbed.This is indeed an epic book It spans three generations of the Cleary family, focusing mostly on Meggie Starting in New Zea...

  4. says:

    This beaut of a soap opera has been around for decades for excellent reason Epics have been forgotten andreadily current authors satisfy readers or do not, as the case may be with smaller stories smaller lives.McCullough has the tenacity to include three generations in this sprawling saga, and as family portraits usually tell of differences between the generations PLUS the ties that bind them together and to a home, this one exactly does that in an extremely entertaining fas This beaut of a soap opera has been around for decades for excellent reason Epics have been forgotten andreadily current authors satisfy readers or do not, as the case may be with smaller stories smaller lives.McCullough has the tenacity to include three generations in this sprawling saga, and as family portraits usually tell of differences between the generations PLUS the ties that bind them together and to a home, this one exactly does that in an extremely entertaining fashion.Fee marries her second choice, not the man of her dreams, and becomes pregnant withor less the number of digits one has in both hands she lives a quiet ironically isolationist existence Her daughter Meggie, the protagonist until her daughter takes the helm, also suffers her mother s character flaws fate plus genes a maudling story make Her priest Ralph, in what is the ...

  5. says:

    It seems I m one of very few who did not like this novel The thing that amazes me is why would anyone give itthan two stars I am not into romance genre but I have enjoyed many good romance books This love between Maggie and Ralph was so unreal, kind of pathetic The dilemma of all characters seemed funny to me Here it goes like this.Ralph I truly love you Maggie but I love 13 million pounds and powerI am sorry love, we can t live together but we can meet secretly once every It seems I m one of very few who did not like this novel The thing that amazes me is why would anyone give itthan two stars I am not into romance genre but I have enjoyed many good romance books This love between Maggie and Ralph was so unreal, kind of pathetic The dilemma of all characters seemed funny to me Here it goes like this.Ralph I truly love you Maggie but I love 13 mi...

  6. says:

    Oh my fucking God This book I was standing in the kitchen this morning angrily chopping veg and I couldn t work out why, then I realised, it was this book just making me irrationally angry, when I wasn t even reading it Tragedies within the first 50 pages, let s list them.1 She gets a lovely doll 1.5 Doll is trashed.2 She gets sent to school at last 2.5 School is terrible she s beaten every day.3 It s ok she makes an awesome friend 3.5 Friend hates her, fuck you, nits.4 She realllly wants Oh my fucking God This book I was standing in the kitchen this morning angrily chopping veg and I couldn t work out why, then I realised, it was this book just making me irrationally angry, when I wasn t even reading it Tragedies within the first 50 pages, let s list them.1 She gets a lovely doll 1.5 Doll is trashed.2 She gets sent to school at last 2.5 School is terrible she s beaten every day.3 It s ok she makes an awesome friend 3.5 Friend hates her, fuck you, nits.4 She realllly wants a blue teaset.4.5 Family gets themselves into debt buying it, she no longer wants it and it brings her no joy.5 I m allowed to go to Church with the others 5.5 Fuck Church is boring I will never achieve spiritual fulfillment.6 My parents don t love me but my brother does ...

  7. says:

    Find all of my reviews at The Thorn Birds is one of those books that might be as great as I rememberor it might have been a real turd However, it consistently pops up on my feed due to other friends reading it and I felt it was high time to explain my 5 Star rating and Tadiana s review of a different book added some inspiration Here s the deal This was the first book I ever stole from my mother It was right after the miniseries came out, I was lik Find all of my reviews at The Thorn Birds is one of those books that might be as great as I rememberor it might have been a real turd However, it consistently pops up on my feed due to other friends reading it and I felt it was high time to explain my 5 Star rating and Tadiana s review of a different book added some inspiration Here s the deal This was the first book I ever stole from my mother It was right after the miniseries came out, I was like 8 years old and I sneaky read this sumbitch like nobody s business Holy inappropriateness Batman As a terrible good Catholic, I spent the remainder of my formative years reading and re reading this book, attending mass, and fantasizing the entire time that I would end up as a Meggie to our young priest, Father Ralph Rick In all actuality, Father Rick was probablyinterested in one of the altar boys being his Meggie I keeeeeed, I keeeeeed Now that I m a grown up, I think I would have ditched ol Father de Bricassart and made much sexy...

  8. says:

    I think I read this for the first time in 4th grade I hid it in my room for a month b c this is sooo not a book for a 10 year old My father is an ex Catholic priest who left the church for my mother so when the mini series came out, the world stopped in my house for an entire week It s an epic saga about an Irish farming family who relocated to Australia to help work at an ailing aunt s ranch The book spans some 40 years of hardships they encounter The only daughter, Meggie, falls in lo I think I read this for the first time in 4th grade ...

  9. says:

    The Thorn Birds is a beautifully written Australian novel This story spans over three generations of the Cleary family It mainly centres around young, Meggie who is the only girl in the family Meggie s mother only has eyes for her sons which leaves Meggie feeling very unloved by her mother Growing up there are many...

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