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 Ağaçtaki Kız From An Award Winning Turkish Novelist Comes A Powerful English Language Debut About A Girl S Coming Of Age Amid Violent Unrest And Her Unexpected EscapeA Young Woman Climbs The Tallest Tree In Istanbul S Centuries Old G Lhane Park, Determined To Live Out The Rest Of Her Days There Perched In An Abandoned Stork S Nest In A Sanctuary Of Branches And Leaves, She Tries To Make Sense Of The Rising Tide Of Violence In The World Below Torn Between The Desire To Forget All That Has Happened And The Need To Remember, Her Story, And The Stories Of Those Around Her, Begins To UnfoldThen, Unexpectedly, Comes A Soul Mate With A Shared Destiny A Lonely Boy Working At A Nearby Hotel Looks Up And Falls In Love The Two Share Stories Of The Fates Of Their Families, Of A Changing City, And Of Their Political Awakenings In The Gezi Park Protests Together, They Navigate Their Histories Of Love And Loss, Set Against A Backdrop Of Societal Tension Leading Up To The Tragic Bombing That Marked A Turn In Turkey S Democracy And Sent A Young Girl Fleeing Into The TreesNarrated By One Of The Most Unforgettable Characters In Contemporary Fiction As Full Of Audacious Humor And Irony As She Is Of Rage And Grief This Unsparing And Poetic Novel Of Political Madness, Precarious Dreams, And The Will To Survive Brilliantly Captures A Girl S Road To Defiance In A World Turned Upside Down, In Which It Is Only From The Treetops That She Can Find A Grip On Reality And The Promise Of Hope

10 thoughts on “ Ağaçtaki Kız

  1. says:

    Some of us die before the story ends, some of us die long after the story has ended, and some of us die right at the very start Istanbul, 2015 A girl has finally had enough of the society she lives in, her highly dysfunctional family, her troubled mother s pain, a school that doesn t understand anything beyond forcing tyranny down the students throats After an act of violence that costs the lives of teenage students who were prot

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    I struggled to get with the flow of this narrator, she is all over the shop I think it is supposed to be representative of the fact that she herself has lost the plot or lost all hope I m intrigued to read from this author but this one didn t speak to me at all It is possible that I am a woman on the ground rather than a girl in the trees, so we were never going to connect anyway.With thanks to Crossing and NetGalley for the opportunity to re

  3. says:

    The Girl in the TreeI am so glad I stayed with this book through the very last line it took my breath away The narrator pulls no punches, doesn t spare you a bit of her free associating, with no filter in place Her heart, hurts and hopelessness hang out there for all to read.making for uncomfortable moments in reading than I usually tolerate That said, it was compelling in places that pushed me impatiently to the tale s conclusion Growing up is ha

  4. says:

    At first, i liked it i really liked the raw, heartbreaking and a bit jumpy style of writing I wanted to give the main character a hug But after 50%, i tried to hold on, i tried really tried to like it But the jumpy style was tiring and confusing and all the different people that came and went, made it hard Plus the main character was so miserable in one moment and so in love and pink skies and unicorn in the next It was just tiredsome So i decided to DN

  5. says:

    I received a temporary digital Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews, I let them do it as they do it better than I do From an award winning Turkish novelist comes a powerful English language debut about a girl s coming of age amid violent unrest and her unexpected escape.A young woman climbs the tallest tree in Istanbul s centuries old

  6. says:

    The Girl in the Tree is by far the most breath taking book I have read in 2019.I dont remember the last time I wept start to finish, but if you beed a good tear jerker, or just a mood boost, please pick this one up.The author writes so poetically, and paints such a clear picture that you love the entire cast of characters even with their flaws This is a book I will want on my shelf to have on hand for gifts.5 stars, wish I could give it 6

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    E ARC provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Let me just start by saying how beautiful this cover is I think is very important to invest in having a good looking book That will definitely help with making it successful.Anyway, the story was very compelling and I like how over descriptive some scenes or places were.The characters were excellently flashed out and I found them very likeable.I thoroughly enjoy this and would recommend

  8. says:

    Thank you netgalley for providing me this book This book is by an award winning Turkish author and this book is very well crafted This is very serious book I cried a lot since begging to end Author describes everything with great effort This is my first Turkish translated book in English which I am reading This book is all about women and how they faced there lifes problem and the author describe her life through these womens life story.This book is for literature fan and

  9. says:

    I have found it difficult to relate to the narrator main character The book was difficult to read There were parts of it that made sense than others In priciple it could have been a brilliant book but it was unstructured and although I understand it was the thought process of the narrator it was just too much to keep me really invested.

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    E ARC received from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.This book is my first experience in reading a Turkish literature translation And I should say that I had a good experience in reading this book.The narrator of this book was a girl who thought that she could live in a tree The narrator introduces herself as The Girl in the Tree to the readers as she doesn t want to use her name.This girl believes that the world is made up of stories and we all are other people s stories

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