Book Review

In this post, I would like to share the review about one amazing and the breathtaking book that I have read recently- “The Thorn Birds”.There has been a very smooth transition: the book begins with the complex relationship between stepfather and stepson, continuing maturation of other children in the family Cleary, there is a selection of their way of life, setting priorities for each of them (the axiological aspect of the novel can be traced to the very beginning and, in my opinion, is the main reason why this novel is so highly regarded by literary critics), and ends with the results of what they chose.
The path of life Maggie (the main character) you will notice the theme of eternal love (love does not go away, and it does not drown out).
Maggie’s mother, Fiona, is an example of the suggestion that we are beginning to appreciate something when we lose it (always the topical issue). Also, the book presents a trust in God, faith( but I will not disclose the details this point).
The end of the novel puts characters to places. The main character Maggie encounters old age, thinking about “why she lived so and not otherwise” (that’s it, then it’s debriefing), Maggie’s daughter at the end of the novel finds out that she can love.
In conclusion, I want to say that this is a wonderful book full of very important issues affecting the life of any person, which makes people think about their lives and what is valuable for them.


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