Sure!! Its turkishThat sounds cool. If you’re up for it, then I would read it. I always need a new book. Btw just out of curiosity what language is it written in?
It sounds good!~Sure!! Its turkish
I tried translating the summary;
Can't be found in the Address, is a love novel. Like all lovers, it is written after a lot later, after an envelope, where we simply follow. Like all loves, it's for two strangers. Who can't reach each other, yet can't breathe without each other, they are strangers of two strange lives. In a way, it is not only love, but also story of foreign, loneliness, and horror.
"I finally saw Volker! I saw him and I just fell in love! Like a lunatic on roads, without knowing where I am going, teared up here and there, turn yellow with time and thought about my patheticness. That moment I understood; the sender of this poor envelope and message was exactly the same. Sender's soul, fear, personality, sorrow all was in this envelope. And again I understood; following someone like a lovesick wanderer, makes you just drunk..."
OH A BOOK I READ it is indeed qualified to be tragedy honestlyI’m reading the color purple and it depicts a young girl’s life through the south during the jim crow era, the book also tells of the protagonist cecile’s younger sister and her life as a missionary in africa. the book is a mixing pot of things and that’s what I love about it! cecile’s life story is so sad, the book itself it sad but uplifting.
tbh books getting banned is so stupid to me likeAre You There God? It's Me, Margaret.
I recently found out schools have banned this book...
I wonder why