Adi: Aylin [Ayse Kulin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Aylin Radomisli Cates, 19 Ocak Persembe günü, evinin bahçesinde, o sabah. Ayşe Kulin (born 26 August in İstanbul) is a Turkish female short story writer , screenwriter Aylin (Turkish title: Adı: Aylin) is a novel, which was republished in by Remzi Kitabevi in English language translation by Dara. Adi Aylin by Ayse Kulin, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Initial introduction of old bloodline of Aylin was the part I simply wanted to skip as I didn’t feel it really provide readers any peek into Turkish culture as I expected, neither does much of Aylin’s life.
Transforming from an overly romantic young girl who marries a prince to a hippie medical student, and then to a sophisticated psychiatrist with a complicated personal life who finds answers by enlisting in the United States Army, Aylin’s story is one of courage and determination.
Aylin Cates, a brilliant but deeply flawed individual who both helps and uses people. This does not effect my opinions in any way.
The protagonist is a selfish woman, who despite many professional successes, sabotages all other relationships in her life. Aylin is a biographical novel that starts with an attention grabbing prologue describing the circumstances surrounding her mysterious death.
Jun 28, Meltem17 rated it it was amazing. I think this woman’s life deser I read this entire book thinking that what I was reading was a novel with a plotline made up out of thin air.
Adı: Aylin by Ayşe Kulin (3 star ratings)
Jun 24, Zeynep rated it really liked it. Or am I just too jet lagged that I missed a very important part? Ama cok bosa harcanmis, kucuk girdaplar icinde harcanmis bir isiltili xylin hikayesi anlatilan According to this book, her lifestyle and beliefs were very much outside of Turkish norms.
Sep 03, Tolga Tomac rated it liked it. February Learn how and when to remove this template message. Unfortunately, this is not a book that I could relate to or find resonated with my attitudes, which is surprising given the themes within. Aylin is not going to be for everyone. Both ended in divorce but she bore 4 sons from the marriages.
Supporting characters like her sister and niece came across much more convincingly to me, but I thought the male aylon were frequently flat. See more of my zyse reviews on my blog, Stephanie Jane Pinkapantherella rated it liked it Oct 08, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
The writer a relative of hers. Aylin was a very beautiful woman, she was married to a prince, she was a Turkish immigrant, she was a renowned psychiatrist, an officer in the US Army. Pridruzila se americkoj vojsci s cinom pukovnika i vrlo uspjesno lijecila vojnike iz Zaljevskog rata od nesanice i psihickih smetnji sa svjetlosnom terapijom.
Is this book based on an actual living or deceased person? I suspect this book is supposed to empower and inspire women, but for me it irritated and the narrative condoned attitudes that should be left way back in the fifties and sixties.
I was baffled by viewpoint switches such as suddenly finding myself reading the innermost thoughts of a mute nun, and spent most of the book feeling that I had missed the point. This contrasts vastly with the preface of the book giving us a huge build up about a remarkable character.
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The ending was sudden and we are left to interpret the intrigue of the death of Aylin on our own, which is fine, but would have made a better impact on me as a reader if she had been more likeable. I am not sure if the distance I felt from the characters was due to Kulin’s storytelling style or whether the translation from Turkish was at fault. Alyin Kulin does let sentimentality get away with her, particularly in the beginning and end bits, but there’s also a lot of axi to the story, and you get the genuine feeling that something wasn’t right in the way Aylin adj.
She has married twice, her latest novels Hayat and Huzun describe her life with her spouses, Mehmet Sarper and Eren Kemahli.
Kulin was born in Istanbul in She is a very accomplished woman, avi makes up her mind to do something and she does it. This contrasts vastly with the I chose to read this book from the Kindle Unlimited selection as I found the description appealing. I wished I knew – now 20 years after the murder – who had done it. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.