I was only four then. I never thought Id hear from him again, but now were writing a book together. Sometimes, describing ordinary feelings and doubts is enough for writing extraordinary books. This is the case.
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Gaarder, Jostein. Gadis Jeruk. Jakarta: Penerbit Mizan. Rating 4 stars review in Indonesian, click here Why I read it in the first place? The Orange Girl contains less than three hundred pages. My Review. Perhaps most people assume that The Orange Girl is a philosophy novel, which is true, but somehow I got hook by another side in this book, a side that tells a concept of loving.
Am I really a girly girl deep down inside? Of course I was also aware of the philosophy element in The Orange Girl. Georg, a 15 year-old boy, suddenly being faced by a letter from his father that passed away eleven years ago.
From this point alone, anyone should feel the curiosity, the need, to read The Orange Girl, right? Very interesting plot indeed! The plot is actually fast, I think, but these details made me almost fed up.
It makes me wish to be loved that deeply and irrevocably. The thing is, his reactions, his thoughts, when he meets The Orange Girl made me shuddered! I was so getting in love with this character, I even forgot he already said bye to the living, clearly mentioned in the first sentence in this book. I was overwhelmed. You get what I felt? Anyway, I must say, the answers of the many mysteries were kind of easy to guess when I got to the middle of the story.
I totally have called that, because I was and am awesome ignore me. Very very gripping. This book, The Orange Girl, made me deep in thoughts, mused about life. Seems okay, right? I will become even madder if some genius decided to spoil without spoiler alert beforehand.
The hard part doing review about The Orange Girl is, this book is full of questions that people would DYING to get the answers at the first half of the book. It fulls of mysteries.
Gaarder, Jostein. Gadis Jeruk. Jakarta: Penerbit Mizan. Rating 4 stars review in Indonesian, click here Why I read it in the first place? The Orange Girl contains less than three hundred pages.
The Orange Girl