L. Kragh

Helpful votes received on reviews: 67% (20 of 30)
Location: denmark
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I'm a 27 year old Dane, who works as a bookseller and reads a lot!


Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,366,300 - Total Helpful Votes: 20 of 30
Bear Down, Bear North: Alaska Stories (Flannery O'&hellip by Melinda Moustakis
The only reason I haven't given this book 5 stars - which is a 2-3 books a year rating for me! - is that there's a little too much fishing and family abuse going on here. (I've only given it 3 stars on Goodreads, as the ratings there have other meanings than Amazon's).
BUT, theres a lot of really impressive and original writing (and great editing) here, some great stories, especially in the last part of the book, and some very original takes on the parent/child relationship, how you prepare your kids for life etc - so the first half of the book I'd probably give 2,5 stars, the last half amounts to 4 stars (how can you not love a story entitled "Mr. Furface Needs a Girlfriend"?)… Read more
Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore by Robin Sloan
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great booky story, 28 Jan 2013
If you like books about bookshops, books and mysteries - Penumbra's bookstore is the place. A very nerdy, bookish and enjoyablt story :-)
Postcards from South Africa by Rayda Jacobs
Postcards from South Africa by Rayda Jacobs
A collection of interesting stories of life i South Africa, before and after the end of Apartheid.
You encounter some of the absurd dilemmas, situations and questions facing people:
What do you do for instance, if your aunt tries to have you circumcised while your mother is out, or if you're a mulatto and your car has been stolen, but the officers at the "white" police station tells you to go to a coloured police station and vice versa?

Although the issues and problems are serious, there's also room for humor and love, and I really enjoyed it.

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