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He has published 7 novels which all became bestsellers qaraqan evakuasiya his homeland. He has got presidential scholarship for achievements in literature, was announced author of the year and won the first prize qaraqan evakuasiya the National Book Award for his novel "A" which he has written when he was 20 years old.
Angel were translated into Russian and English languages. I don't know how a native Azerbaijani reader treats the themes mentioned in the fourth part, especially qaraqan evakuasiya ones connected to Christianity, but for me it was all very tired and qaraqan evakuasiya.
Once you've read The Da Vinci Code everything about masons, Knights Templar, assassins and so on becomes repetitive and uninteresting.
At least it has been for me ever since. Qaraqan evakuasiya can barely stand a book which discusses the same old boring qaraqan evakuasiya. I can think of a hundred cliched and still better scenarios which could have been this book.
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qaraqan evakuasiya Hell, a zombie apocalypse would have been about a billion times better. And what really bugged me about the last part was also the narrative.
It was a lot of yada yada yada qaraqan evakuasiya the characters barely have time to catch up. Since I met some Muslims in Baku qaraqan evakuasiya were fairly unfamiliar with the nature of Christianity, I can see why the author goes to such lengths to describe it, but really, as a Christian, I consider myself quite familiar with the nature of Islam, why not the other way around too?
As for the characters, despite liking the book, I found them sort of unrealistic.