La fortezza, la pazienza e la magnanimità alle origini del Cristianesimo download gratisDoor: Cinzia Randazzo
Il presente studio si propone di affrontare le tematiche della fortezza, della pazienza e della magnanimità nelle opere dei Padri apostolici.Partendo da una lettura analitica dei testi di tali Padri, l’autrice illustra i tratti portanti, attorno ai quali ruota il loro pensiero sulla tematica proposta.
Auteur: Cinzia Randazzo
Publicatie datum: 6 maart 2017
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Well firstly i am disappointed at how i have had to rate this book. I loved it the entire way through but the abrupt ending totally ruined it for me. I loved the character of Abi. There were moments where she had me laughing out loud especially the scenes with her nieces. I really liked Jon too, my only real issue with his character was where the whole book was written from Abi's perspective and I would have liked there to have been more depth and thoughts behind his character and his thoughts and feelings. Her nieces were adorable and made me smile when reading, was fab to read their character development. Now Cleo (what a cow?!) was every bit how I thought she would be, spoiled, vain, self-obsessed and basically just a bi**h!. Unfortunately she doesn't get any better throughout the book and in the beginning I really wanted Abi to grow a backbone and tell her what's what. Now the love story part - its actually a very small part to the book and usually I really would have frowned upon it but nothing actually happens and trying to be a good sister Abi denies how she feels about Jon and refuses to do anything with the feelings. This part of the book could have gone wrong but it was written extremely well and tactfully and it really made me feel for them. Cleo was a cow to Jon and she most definately didn't deserve him. I think what also made me love this book was that the sisters grew up in Ashford, Kent where I also grew up and them talking how various places there and the town really bought back memories for me :-) This was the first Jane Fallon book I have really enjoyed, I have read more of hers in the past but so far I would have to say this was my favourite. My only real critism is that the ending was extremely abrupt and it didn't even feel like an ending. Maybe that was the point because the characters were all starting afresh but it would have been nice for the story to have been a little longer. 7/10 from me, would have been an 8 if not for the ending.
Fangirls apparently -are- mentally ill.