Never Let Me Go: Ishiguro, Mulligan Speak About The Movie http://huff.to/clOTZe
“We all lead small lives in a way.”
I downloaded a kindle version of “Never Let Me Go”, I haven’t started reading it yet, though.
All you need is to go to the pool and find . . . .
And funny sunglasses…Oh, a nice body, too.
Getting back to your ‘kindle’ (this word, by the way, sounds like a diminutive of the German word for child, but I assume it is meant to remind us of sparks of brilliance, intelligence and humour), how expensive is it to download a book as compared to buying a physical copy?
Considering that I spend about £2.00-£3.00 per foreign language book at my charity shop of choice (Amnesty International), when would it be worth my while to buy a Kindle? [Not that I ever would, I’m bound to lose it in next to no time!]
I do hope you like “Never Let Me Go”. It’s some years now since I held it in my hands, but it took a while to get it out of my head. Enjoy your purchase and your kindle book.
Thank you for letting me know about “Never Let Me Go”. Your advice made me decide to read it. I hope I will enjoy reading it. ( now I am struggling with “the Snapper”, the slang is so difficult! )
I read a translated version of “Die unendliche Geschichte” written by Michael Ende, and I came across the word " Mondenkint "( this name is an important part of the story). So I understand the sound of “kindle” is quite similar to that of “child” in German.
As for the price, all I know is that a book price for Kindle is slightly cheaper than a paper version, but not significantly cheaper so far.( I hope that they will reduce the price a lot more! ).
There are children’s book series called “Kinder book.” Some people might feel nostalgia to see the front pages of those books.
There is a children’s book series called “Kinder book.” Some people might feel nostalgic to see the front pages of those books.