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And guess what, I fucking loved the rest of the book. The sincere hope for a better life fuels his dedication to help the heiress, despite the incessant bad luck that follows him at every turn. This book! Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips. Posted in News , The Water Knife. Login to quote this blog Login Close. Product Group:
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Verkauf und. Ship Breaker Englisch Gebundene Ausgabe — 1. Ship Breaker: Paolo Bacigalupi: Empieza a leer Ship Breaker: Number 1 in series en tu Kindle en menos de un. Apr 27, - For authors like Paolo Bacigalupi, who writes fiction in both YA and adult genres, it's a chance to pare down a.
While Bacigalupi's earlier Ship Breaker focused on small-scale cruelties and inequality, Drowned. May 1, Teen Lit Review: October Oct 4, - Author: Libros en idiomas.
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You cannot quote because this article is private. So, I started reading this early last week or so. I read the first sixty pages with general indifference — not sure if it was because of the book, or just my own personal book slump.
From there, I forced myself to read Ship Breaker and finish it. And guess what, I fucking loved the rest of the book.
To be honest, the world building in this one is rather slow and, at first, confusing. I was wondering whether we were in the same world, whether I had read wrong, etc.
But no, Mr Bacigalupi slowly builds it up, with no avalanches of information coming at the reader.
Everything is presented in a more naturally flowing pace, which, to me, made it all the more enjoyable. It was so, so interesting and Paolo B. Well, this was not the most professional review of the bunch, but I have a lot of feelings, okay? Final word: Date started: I finally picked-up this book from my bookshelf and am reading it!