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4.5/5
📚Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban - J.K Rowling 📚 "Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light."
Even though this quote is from the movie, but definitely it's one of the bests in Harry Potter series.
ThThird book of Harry potter was a memorable one for me, it was the first book that i ever read. I think during third year Harry and his friends grow up and become more mature.
One of the most amazing creatures in this magical world are Dementors and Patrones. It's truly amusing how Rowling uses resealable logics to make all these fantasies in a way that makes sense. It's well pointed that happiness and hope are the most precious treasures in life that one is dead without them.
And like all the other books it ended with a great quote by Dumbledore :"You think the dead we loved truly ever leave us? You think that we don't recall them more clearly in times of great trouble?" P.S: i hate that i could not find time to read as much as i used to anymore, life seems so meaningless 😂

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"Written kisses don't reach their destination, rather they are drunk on the way by the ghosts." - KAFKA
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Good morning beautiful people 👀

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4.6/5
📚Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets - J.K Rowling 📚 "It is our choices, harry, that show what we truly are, far more that our abilities."
Finally done with second book! It took me forever due to university and homework but god i missed this magical world so damn much.
I absolutely love how everything goes on these series, how the idea of Horcruxes is inspired from the very first book, high lightened in chamber of secrets.How ToM Riddle turn out to be Lord Voldemort, and how all of these mysterious make sense at the end.
On the last part where Harry had his doubts about where he belongs and how Dumbledore responded to that, was one of my fave parts.
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#jkrowling
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10/100

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از سر بي حوصلگي هاي ظهر جمعه داشتم تو اينستاگرام ميگشتم كه متوجه شدم خيليا عكس با تِم زرد ميذارن، نگو جريان داره. چه كاري بهتر از اينكه ظهر جمعه رو يكم رنگي تر كنيم😍
من بچه كه بودم عاشق زرد بودم، ميگن زرد اولين رنگيه كه بچه ها تشخيص ميدن، شايد بخاطر همين هنوزم رنگ غالب تو اتاقم زرد هست 💛
هفته رنگارنگي داشته باشين دوست جونيا😊✌🏻️
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#پررنگ
#porrangbash
#kafka#kafkadiaries
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4.4/5
📚Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone - J.K.Rowling 📚
"After all, To the well-organized mind, death is but the next great adventure."
It feels so good to get lost in my own childhood by reading this. I don't think i would ever get tired of reading HP.
I love the way Rowling smooth us into this magical world which feels as real as the life around us.
I love how small details in the beginning of story become major elements in the end.
I really don't know a way to wrote a review on HP, i can go on talking about how great it is all over again! I'm biased :D
9/100
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#harrypotterandthesorcerersstone
#jkrowling
#summer #💙
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First of all let's say HAPPY BIRTHDAY, HARRY POTTER And J.K Rowling 💙🎈
I can not explain how much these books mean to me, and i'm sure if ur a real fan u would understand perfectly.
Harry Potter and The Order of The Phenix was the first book that i had ever read. It seems like yesterday, when my auntie persuaded me to save up and buy books and when i got it i couldn't put it down, it's the longest book in seri, so i hid a flashlight under my pillow to keep on reading during the night.😄🔦
These stories taught our generation loads of things like friendship , love, loyalty, braveness... simply the life.
These books are my childhood and i could never get tired of them, i have lived in Gryffindors house more than my own house, shed tears with harry when he lost sirious, felt the adrenalin in my vessels during his battles and felt heartbroken when he was abandoned. I stayed awake when the last book was published to read it ASAP, and
I thought i would never feel this excited about a book again until today!
I'm so glad that we get to read Harry's adventure this time with his son, i had always wished for it and i can't wait to read it. Probably gonna stay up all night 👻

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9/100

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🎶 Lorde - Royals 🎶
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موضوع كامنت:
پاييز امسال براي شما چگونه گذشت؟
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به نام خدا
بهترين پاييز زندگيم بود، از اول تا آخرش!🙃
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🎶 Magic - Coldplay 🎶
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"Dear, darling Tessy!"
Spring weather, swinging and reading this masterpiece with beloved ones laughing tone in background, is there any better way to enjoy the weekend? .
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P.s: this one is taking forever, but i'm sure it will be worth it!
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Is there any better way to spend the weekend other than getting lost in some fictional novel with Chopin in background?
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#chopin #cellosonata #divergent
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. چالش #بهترین #کتابی #که #خواندم
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4.2/5
📚 The Fifth Mountain - Paulo Coelho 📚 "Man must choose -and not accept- his fate." This was one of the many life_lessons that this book reminds me. An inspiring novel about Biblical prophet Elijah,whom does not want to accept his role as prophet but by the change of events, accepted his fate.

One may say that it's a religious story but, the main focus was on the fact that at some point God challenged you to confront him and the ones who had the courage, accepted the combat. "And they alone knew the path back to His love." The unavoidable tragedy that happened thorough the story taught me, "if you have a past that dissatisfies you, forget it now. Imagine a new story of your life, and believe in it. Concentrate only on those moments in which you achieved what you desired, and this strength will help you to accomplish what you want." I like the way every character has their own inner-conflict and adventure. How people become alive,"stopped thinking about life and chose to live it." All in all i like Paulo Coelho's books, and how he always inspires important questions in readers as, who they are and what they want.
Saying all, i became impatient during the story and put it aside for a while. But i forced my self to continue and i'm so glad i did, the conclusion was worth it.
@mahya.jr

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#paulocoelho
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❌عکس بهترین کتاب یا کتاب هایی رو که خوندید رو‌به همراه موضوع یا خلاصه ای از کتاب برامون بفرستید تا به دوستان دیگه هم معرفی کنیم🙏👍❌
چالش#بهترین_کتابی_که_خواندم
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دوستان عزیز عکساتون رو همراه با آیدی اینستاگرامتون به آدرس تلگرام زیر بفرستید👇👇🙏🙏
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They asked me "why u love reading books so much?" Because they are the best relief in the world. When i start a book i start to live a life that i may not ever have a chance to live, for a week or two i'm another person. With different background, a different reality and unknown future. I get my chances to understand other people. their mindset and the motives behind their actions.
Besides that, there are tones of things to learn from them. Give me a good book and i won't mind being imprison. .
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#crossfire
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3.4/5 📚 Je l'aimais - Anna Gavalda 📚
"زندگی حتی وقتی انکارش می کنی ، حتی وقتی نادیده اش می گیری ، حتی وقتی نمی خواهی اش از تو قوی تر است . از هر چیز دیگری قوی تر است . آدم هایی که از بازداشتگاه های اجباری برگشته اند دوباره زاد و ولد کردند . مردان و زنانی که شکنجه دیده بودند ، که مرگ نزدیکانشان و سوخته شدن خانه هاشان را دیده بودند ، دوباره به دنبال اتوبوس ها دویدند ، به پیش بینی هواشناسی با دقت گوش کردند و دخترهایشان را شوهر دادند . باور کردنی نیست اما همین گونه است . زندگی از هر چیز دیگری قوی تر است . "

اين كتاب يه كتاب كوتاه دوست داشتني، با قلم سليس ، روان و آرامش بخشه. در طول داستان كلي جمله خيلي قشنگ و آموزنده هست.
كل داستان راجب زني عاقل ، منطقي ، دوست داشتني و سرزنده هست كه شوهرش تركش كرده و پدر شوهرش كه يك عاشق دلباخته ي بزدل و به ظاهر وفادار هست.
در طول داستان نويسنده كاري ميكنه كه شما ها دو طرف رو كاملاً درك كني. انتخاب دو شخصيت موازي مرد و زن با اختلاف سني باعث ميشه آدم بتونه اين شكافت جنسيتي رو بهتر درك كنه، و موضوع رو از يه ديد متفاوت ببينه.
ولي از نظر من تو اين فصل از رابطه بحث نبايد روي درستي ترك كردن يا نكردن باشه. بحث اصلي اينكه خيانت كردن چقدر مشكلات به بار مياره، به شكلي كه هر راهي رو انتخاب كني پر پشيموني و درد هست.
حداقل اگه به شخص موردنظر به قدر كافي علاقه ندارين ، به احساساتش، خودش و وقتش احترام بزارين. حتي اگه به طرفتون هم احترام نميزارين اونقدري به خودتون و احساساتتون بها بدين كه با كار اشتباهي مثل خيانت كردن زندگيتون رو خراب نكنين. به نظر من اون چيزي كه غير قابل بخشش هست خيانته، نه ترك كردن!

پي نوشت: طراحي جلد از اين بدتر نميتونست باشه :/ #bookreviewithmahya
#jelaimais #annagabalda #someoneiloved
#من_او_را_دوست_داشتم
#آناگوالدا
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3/100

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با اينكه قبلاً برا اين كتاب ريويو نوشتم ولي همچنان فكرم مونده پيش شخصيت هاي اين داستان و ميخوام اينجا چنتا از برداشت هاي شخصيمو بنويسم.
يكي از چيزايي كه اين شاهكار كلاسيك خيلي جالب بهش اشاره كرده بود متفاوت بودن عشق براي هر عاشقي بود. درطول داستان سه تا شخصيت اصلي و كاملاً متفاوت داريم كه هركدوم عشقشون رو به شيوه هاي خاصي نشون ميدن، به شكلي كه بازتاب دهنده شخصيت خودشون هست. و كاملاً برخلاف تصور خود من به هيچ وجه ايده آل نيست.
اولين شخص آلِك دُربرويلز هست، شخصيت شرور داستان كه زندگي تِس رو نابود ميكنه ولي از قرار همه اينا از عشقش هست(!) آلِك كه شخصيت مغرور و بدي داره اهميتي به نتيجه كارايي كه ميكنه نميده، در قسمتي از داستان توبه ميكنه و تبدل يه موعظه گر ميشه ولي با اتفاق جالبي دوباره به حالت عادي خودش بر ميگرده و از همه موقعيت ها به نفع خودش استفاده ميكنه بدون اينكه در نظر بگيره كاراش معشوقش رو عذاب ميدن.
شخصيت بعدي اَنجِل كلارك عاشق و معشوقه تِس هست. به نظر من آسيبي كه اَنجِل به تِس ميزنه به مراتب خيلي بيشتر از آلك هست. اميدوار كردن يه شخص به عشق و وِل كردنش، نبخشيدن گذشته اي كه خود شخص تقصير زيادي توش نداره ، شك كردن به عشقت و عشقش به تو و اين همه بي رحمي نسبت به كسي كه عاشقشي ... خب آدمو به شك ميندازه كه واقعاً عاشق هست يا نه!
و شخصيت اصلي داستان تِس كه حتي بيشتر از زندگيش عاشق كلارك هست، شخصيتي كه طي داستان رشد ميكنه و با وجود همه سختي ها يك لحظه هم بيخيال عشقش نميشه و تا جايي كه زندگي اجازه ميده براش ميجنگه ولي در عين حال شخصيت فروتني هست و نه به خاطر خودش بلكه به خاطر كسايي كه دوسشون داره از زندگيش و عشقش حتي خودش ميگذره. ولي تِس به شكلي عاشق اَنجل هست كه اونو ستايش ميكنه و اون رو به عنوان يه شخص ايده آل ميبينه، كه با توجه به محيطي كه توش بزرگ شده طبيعي هست ولي اينكه تا چه حد اين ستودن رو عشق تاثير ميزاره جاي بحث داره.
برا همين قياس كردن يه شخص با شخص ديگه درست نيست، هر شخص تو رابطه و علاقه حتي نفرتش شخصيت خودش رو نشون ميده.
خلاصه اينكه اين شاهكار عاشقانه كلاسيك تو سبك خودش منحصر به فرده و قلم توماس هاردي قشنگي خاصي به داستان داده، از داستان هاي تاثير گذاري هست كه ارزش خوندنو داره.
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3.7/5
📚 Tess Of The D'Urbervilles - Thomas Hardy 📚 "Beauty lay not in the thing, but in what the thing symbolized." Let me start by saying that Thomas hardy used complex sentence structure and strange but very interesting language in this book. had took me about two month -which is a very long period for me to finish a book- and it was really hard to keep focus at first phases, but then i couldn't put it down.

It's an epic tale telling the tragic life of Tess 16-year-old beautiful maiden growing into a "proper" woman And how her life was sacrificed for absolutely NOTHING. At first i found her very weak, naive and irritating for not taking control of situation but as she grows she gets much more stronger and i get to admire her for everything that she is,mostly for her love. Despite all the difference in time and society i felt like i could really relate to her. The plot was incorporating many twists and turns, but after one particular event, you are only hinted at what happened and it's never explained what went on, which leaves the readers confused.
The book has seven phases,it peeks my interest on fourth phase when the main character starts to fall in adoring kind of love with Angel Clare, But due to her past -and Angel's stupidity-does not find her happily ever after.

The novel is set in England during the Long Depression of the 1870s. Eventhough it's really hard to feel connected to the main problems,which does not even count as a problem now a days, Hardy did a great job on taking you to that mindset where you utterly understand the characters. You accept their mistakes but time by time i just wanted to shake them and tell them to seize the day before it gets too late -which does.

At the end I have to say that the Ending was one of the bests in my opinion, it couldn't have gotten any better. The final irony of novel where, the two character cannot even be legally married in England was not lost on me.

P.S:.هركي منو ميشناسه ميدونه اين كتاب دوماهه همه جا همراهمه و تو هر فرصتي از عمليات تا كلاس تفسير خوندمش، بالاخره بعد دو ماه تموم شد. يك شاهكار كلاسيك فوق العاده بود،#پيشنهاد_كتاب
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#ThomasHardy #tessofthedurbervilles
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4.2/5
📚 The Fifth Mountain - Paulo Coelho 📚 "Man must choose -and not accept- his fate." This was one of the many life_lessons that this book reminds me. An inspiring novel about Biblical prophet Elijah,whom does not want to accept his role as prophet but by the change of events, accepted his fate.

One may say that it's a religious story but, the main focus was on the fact that at some point God challenged you to confront him and the ones who had the courage, accepted the combat. "And they alone knew the path back to His love." The unavoidable tragedy that happened thorough the story taught me, "if you have a past that dissatisfies you, forget it now. Imagine a new story of your life, and believe in it. Concentrate only on those moments in which you achieved what you desired, and this strength will help you to accomplish what you want." I like the way every character has their own inner-conflict and adventure. How people become alive,"stopped thinking about life and chose to live it." All in all i like Paulo Coelho's books, and how he always inspires important questions in readers as, who they are and what they want.
Saying all, i became impatient during the story and put it aside for a while. But i forced my self to continue and i'm so glad i did, the conclusion was worth it.

P.S: that was my first book review,please let me know what you think about it.😉 1/100
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#paulocoelho#thefifthmountain

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