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Harry Hornskovl Horan Hornskovl Horan itibaren 36878 A Portela, Pontevedra, İspanya itibaren 36878 A Portela, Pontevedra, İspanya

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Harry Hornskovl Horan Hornskovl Horan itibaren 36878 A Portela, Pontevedra, İspanya

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Bunları arsa için okumayın, tahmin edilebilirler (belki 1930'da değil, 2011'de) ve hepsi sigorta getirisi için birini devirmeyi içerir. Diyalog ve ortam için bunları okuyun. Postacı Her Zaman İki Kez Çalmaya Başlar ve bu atmosferi sonuna kadar sürdürür. Eğer noir-Chandler ve Hammett'e giriyorsanız bunları okumalısınız.

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I read so many reviews about this book and people either loved it or hated it. I liked it. It was about a family of performance artists and it's told in an interesting way-present day then past until everything comes together nicely and we are all on the same page at the end. The Family Fang has a mom and dad and Child A and Child B. I thought it was humorous they had names like that, but later on, it was just kind of sad. As children, Child A & B participated, sometimes willingly, sometimes not so much so, in huge performance art pieces their family would put on. The family would get huge scholarships-which makes you wonder- really? Is that all I need to do to get a Fulbright? We learned about the husband and wife before the children and the performance pieces they would do (get married multiple times in several states, using different names, then finally getting married for real only to have the piece judged horribly wrong and misunderstood). Back to my rambling, Child A is an actress and you can just see her spiraling out of control. It was like everytime she opened her mouth you were hoping for some type of self censorship, but since that's not how she was raised, that button was missing. She has a nervous breakdown and moves home thinking she'll get better. Child B is a writer and goes to interview some guys that have nothing better to do than build potatoe guns and shoot them at each other, when the stunt goes horribly wrong and B ends up in the hospital with no insurance and has to call home for help. He goes home to heal. Having both children at home seems to throw the family in turmoil. The parents want to continue with the stunts like the kids never left but A is against it and B is more laid back with everything and wants to give it all a chance. Then, something happens that the reader does not see coming. Mom and Dad are missing and Child A and B need to find out what happened. In the process, they find out more things about their parents than they ever wanted to know. I have to say that I'm with the writer from the Washington Post who said that he was actually hoping to read more about the performance pieces because they were so exciting. Overall, it was a good read and I would recommend it whether you understand performance art or not.