Artyom Shashkin Shashkin de Kurmyshi, Chuvashia, Russia
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Un livre incontournable pour quiconque s'intéresse à l'histoire des armes et aux histoires derrière ces armes.
Ce fut le premier roman graphique que j'ai lu. J'ai vraiment apprécié ça. Pour moi, les images racontaient des histoires que le texte ne faisait pas.
Un autre livre amusant. J'aime mieux celui-ci que le dernier. Je ne pouvais pas deviner l'intrigue aussi facilement - divertissant!
Cela a commencé lentement, mais cela en valait vraiment la peine à la fin. Elle a un beau style d'écriture qui est absolument merveilleux à lire. Et c'est une bonne histoire!
I was hooked right from the first chapter. My initial read in March this year was to find out what happened to Sean - a slower re-reading a couple of weeks ago meant a much richer experience, especially after reading 'Postcards From Another Country' in 'Fox Five'. The author website has the story synopsis and interesting background http://zoesharp.com/fvukhome.htm so I won't go into more detail here. I enjoy this series so much, and 'Fifth Victim' is such a satisfying book. I love seeing different sides to Charlie, and appreciating the ways she chooses to deal with a gamut of situations from merely awkward to downright dangerous, especially with her wry humour. Wanting to know how the story plays out also made it very hard to put down. It might sound like the plot is secondary to the characters for me - in some ways yes, though if the storyline was less than engaging, I wouldn't be interested enough to keep reading. Why do I like these books? There's a depth and detail to Charlie that I've found is less focused on in some other 'heroes/heroines with wounds' fighting for justice. I like the occasional plot surprises, the unexpected, and the feeling on finishing of 'yes, I enjoyed that....... now, what (on earth) happens next?'.