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Book Title: Yetenek|
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The size of the: 533 KB
v The author of the book: Kristin Cashore
Edition: Pegasus Yayınları
Date of issue: February 18th 2014
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Read full description of the books Yetenek:Ölümcül Bir Yetenek Yedi Krallığı Yıkabilecek Bir Sır
Sıradışı hünerlerle doğan insanlardan korkulan ama aynı zamanda güçlerinin sömürüldüğü bir dünyada Katsa, kendisinin bile tiksindiği bir yeteneğe sahiptir: Öldürme yeteneği. Middluns Kralı olan amcası Randa'nın buyruğu altında yaşayan genç kız ayrıcalıklı bir hayat sürmek yerine onun kirli işlerini yapmak, Kral'ın keyfini kaçıranları cezalandırıp onlara işkence etmek zorunda bırakılmıştır.
Savaşma yeteneği olan Prens Po'yla tanıştığındaysa hayatının tamamen değişeceğinden habersizdir.
Kendi yeteneğine dair yeni bir gerçeğin açığa çıkacağını ve çok uzaklarda, dehşet verici bir tehlikenin kol gezdiğini ise aklından dahi geçirmiyordur...
"İnce bir tutku ve yabani bir zarafet, gerçekçi kahramanlıklar ve sade bir güzellikle dolu bu öyküde hiçbir yenilgi kesin değil ve tüm zaferlerin bir bedeli var. Her anlamıyla yetenek dolu."
"Yetenek, insanın içini titretecek bir romantizme sahip."
"Bu sürükleyici kitapla Cashore, çıtayı inanılmaz derecede yükseltmiş."
"Etkileyici bir roman. Okurlar bu incelikle yazılmış, muhteşem fantastik romanı okumaya doyamayacak."
"İşte harika bir kitap! Katsa'nın askerlerle, fırtınalarla ve kendi doğasıyla ettiği mücadele sırasında insanlığı öğrenmesi...
Büyük bir hevesle okudum."
"Olağanüstü bir hikâye; heyecan verici, çarpıcı ve rahat okunuyor. Hem fantastik hem de romans okurları bu kitaba bayılacaklar."
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So, here's the short tale of me: I grew up in the countryside of northeastern Pennsylvania in a village with cows and barns and beautiful views from the top of the hill and all that good stuff. I lived in a rickety old house with my parents, three sisters, and a scattering of cats, and I READ READ READ READ READ. I read while brushing my teeth, I read while chopping parsley, the first thing I reached for when I woke up in the morning was my book; the only two places I didn't read were in the car and in bed. What did I do then? The one thing I liked even more than reading: I daydreamed.
And so, without knowing it, I was planting the seeds. Reading and daydreaming = perfect preparation for writing.
At 18 I went off to college-- thank you, Williams College, for the financial aid that made this possible-- and it almost killed me. College is hard, man, and the Berkshires are cloudy. A (phenomenal) year studying abroad in sunny Sydney revived me. After college I developed a compulsive moving problem: New York City, Boston, Cambridge, Austin, Pennsylvania, Italy, and even a short stint in London, where my showerhead hung from the cutest little stand that was exactly like the cradle of an old-fashioned telephone. The best phone calls are the pretend phone calls made from your telephone tub.
During my stint in Boston, I got an M.A. at the Center for the Study of Children's Literature at Simmons College. (Thank you, Simmons, for the scholarship that made this possible!) Grad school almost killed me, but I felt a lot more alive than when I was almost being killed in college. The Simmons program is stupendous. It got me thinking and breathing YA books. It got me writing.
Am I getting boring?
Since Simmons, I haven't stopped writing, not once. I've developed a compulsive writing problem that makes my moving problem look like a charming personality quirk. I can't stop! But it's okay, because I don't want to stop. I've been writing full-time-- well, more than full-time, really-- for about 4 years now, first doing educational writing for the K-6 market and now working on my novels. It's a dream job, which is another way of saying that when I shop for work clothes, I go straight to the pajamas section.
Should I say a little bit about what I'm like? I'm fiercely independent. I am sometimes a hermit, but never for very long. I am in search of the perfect cat. I'm a recovering Catholic. I meditate, and when I do, Prince Harry appears in my subconscious and meditates with me. It's a little strange but I don't think there's anything I can do about it. Sometimes he's not the only one; the other day it was me, Prince Harry, the Dalai Lama, Mr. Rogers, Coco the gorilla, and George Clooney. We were all floating above the earth looking down at the continents as they passed. George Clooney suggested I visit Providence, Rhode Island. The Dalai Lama sighed deeply and said he'd really like to visit Tibet.
Poor Dalai Lama.
I recently moved from Jacksonville, Florida, to Cambridge, Massachusetts, trading the St. Johns River for the Charles River and pelicans for geese. As a native northerner, it's nice to be back in the land of four seasons. I feel as if I've come home. :o)
And that's my story.
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