Ο δρόμος με τις φάμπρικες
Publish date: April 2011
Pages no: 191
Edition language: Greek
This is a tough book to rate. I think I would give the writing 4 stars because Steinbeck is such a beautiful writer, but I would give my enjoyment of the book 2 stars. I found the story disjointed, really did not enjoy any of the characters, and there was no real buildup in the story at all. It w...
John Steinbeck has done it again other one of my favorite classics my favorite character had to of been hazel and doc :) .filmed review soon
This book was boring. All I could manage was a chapter at a time, pretty much. Steinbeck has a way with words so it wasn't completely bad. The book just describes the setting and characters, there's no plot. Mack and the boys are unemployed but clever, resourceful men who live in the Palace Flophous...
Thanks to my previous read, Changing Tides by Michael Thomas Ford, I decided to re-read this novel. If you liked his works and your last John Steinbeck dates back decades, consider to re-read him. You'll surprised. I almost forgot how much I enjoyed John Steinbeck's prose - clear, strong, ingenious ...
This book is extremely difficult to review. I’m going to talk for a minute, then I’m going to post a pictures, and then I’m going to add a few quotes. Let me begin by saying that this book is almost entirely plot-less. It is a series of vignettes set on the hardscrabble California coast during the...
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