Perhaps because Orhan Pamuk won the nobel peace prize I expected a better novel. A credit wasted looking for a great book. I'll keep my search but not on the Nobel Laureate books.
What a story, loved it's historical value; and John Lee did an amazing job narrating, but it really seemed to drag on endlessly.
A beautiful book read with similar beauty.
I never wanted to stop listening.
There is a hypnotic quality to the reading, but reality is never far away as the events of the story continually force their way into the literary music and dreamy descriptions.
Politics, religion, love, and literature manage to communicate with each other in the snowy border city of Kars.
the literary value is great but the subject is maudlin. Good political commentary mixed with human situation.
After listening to hundreds of audiobooks, I could not finish this one. I agree with the reviewer who states that Mr Pamuk rehashes his characters over and over until they are lifeless. The constant forshadowing of doom is overbearing as well. Too bad, since there are some beautiful moments, but I couldn't tolerate it.
Snow particles have unique structure but each have an special shape different from other particles exactly like people .snow particle dissolve immediately after reaching ground and soon after forming like time and like events .so novel is about snow .not only this but the novel itself is like snow particle . With a sophisticated and delicate engineering but very soft and natural . With facing mirrors and many parallel and vertical axises .this is the best way for showing hot middle east conflicts .peoples who are originally the same with same instincts with different ideologies fighting and killing each other . K is Orhan in different time ,snow over snow!!.BLU is originally same SONEI both are extremist first Islamist and second atheist both of them are snow particles .they are ruling and playing with people but both of them will be covered with snow .snow is sad and depressing but simultaneously sign of hope because shows everything is passing and covered by snow Babak Zamani MD
It was too long
He is familiar with pamuk
Yes but I had no time
Thank you for audiobooks it changed my life
Perhaps because I have listen recently to books concerning the middle east that the theme fell short or was repetitious.The subtle undertones of fear and boredom within a restricted life style are a prevalent tone in the book. Yet at the same time the freedom of the women to explore sexual territories surprise me in this rigid framework. The narration was in line with the author's voice and captured the emotions of the main character.