Cheng Joy Joy de Sathamai, Tamil Nadu, India
Très bon livre. Réflexions intéressantes sur le premier ciel et les événements qui ont eu lieu avant la création de Gen 1.
Belle histoire, lecture facile, lecture rapide qui mène bien au prochain livre, Messenger.
** spoiler alert ** I first read this 4 years ago and didn't get it at all. I thought it was flat, obscure and stupid. I thought it was for the literary elite because I couldn't for the life of me see the things that the people saw. But my interest in it was peaked again when I read his short story "Hills Like White Elephants." So I tried reading it again, and I was really moved. Who cares if it's the "typical Lost Generation" stuff? And what's wrong with it reading like a play? I almost think that it adds to the strength. I think for me, it's not about its style or its brilliance. It's about the people. What clinched it for me was Jake's self-assuring reaction to how he brought together Brett and Pedro Romero, and Montoya's reaction to it as well. "Everything is on such a clear financial basis in France. It is the simplest country to live in. No one makes things complicated by becoming your friend for any obscure reason."