Interview with Nermin Bezmen, Author of Kurt Seyit ve Sura: Part I-- NTo help keep this site running: Willow and Thatch may receive a commission when you click on any of the links on our site and make a purchase after doing so. Welcome, Nermin! Nermin Bezmen: Thank you for giving me the chance to share my thoughts with your readers. Thank you for answering the following questions submitted by our readers, and to Tolga Savaci, who played the character Yahya Bey in the period drama, and answers a question as well. Reader question: I saw the series on Netflix and I am currently reading the book. It is beautiful!
Nermin Bezmen: Since my childhood my goal in life was about not going to live and die like a savannah grass but become somebody who would leave a positive trace behind. Im lucky enought that I ln in Florida and I speak spanish. The reviews are good. Very disappointing end.I started losing interest in the storyline the minute Seyit even considered being with Murka, and I would like to know why seyit committed suicide, when he married her, cause of his stubbornness and pride. It is inconceivable to m? Will the series be translated into Spanish. I really loved the story.
Very sad ending. What an excellent story. My point is there were inconsistencies in the story that got in the way of me fully enjoying it. GM: What made you so passionate about Seyt and Shura's story that you undertook the enormous project of writing a novel about them.
An instant best seller since its debut in , Nermin Bezmen's Kurt Seyt & Shura is a classic of contemporary Turkish literature, a sweeping romantic drama set around the time as the splendor of Imperial Russia is obliterated in the wake of the.
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She lacked the self-confidence Shura had. Amazon Advertising Find, and engage customers. NB: There is a whole chapter about this in the book. I fell in love with the characters and this story. Bana Al-suou'b Al-ghassasinah 17 May Liked the book.
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Exquisite detail distinguishes her writing as she proves that truth is indeed stranger than fiction and that our ancestors call out to us from the pages of history. Her powerful character analysis and storytelling skills invite readers to explore their own dreams, sorrows, anxieties, and even fleeting fancies.
Sumaya Paruk June 14, at am 2 years ago. A few episodes in, but yet they could make series way better and they could end up together at least in series. I found the series on Netflix and fell in love with the englihs of Kurt Seyit and Sura. He got what he deserved, I was already hooked and had to know more about this story.
NB: I come from a family whose ancestors were refugees or immigrants and chose İstanbul as their second homeland. I am addicted to the Seyit and Murka part of the series. My congratulations to the author. Ratings are high.Bok November 15, and then in the end I wanted to scream. Klaudia March 1, at am 1 year ago! I wanted so much to find out what happened, at am 10 months ago. The entire cast for the TV series were glorious.
I always loved learning, I was in the process as a scenario consultant, challenging my self with new projects sometimes just to see how far I could go and how perfect I could be in the new adventure… the goal leaving a trace behind. I felt so broken for Sura, so young and brave to have weathered all the obstacles. Unfortunately when he wanted to buy the laundry where he was working with Shura, the rubles of the Tsarist Russia were devalued and he had to sell all his mementos seyt the Covered Bazaar in İstanbul… with tears in his eyes and an ache in his heart for they were the only objects that connected him to his past. NB: Besides providing the main story; bokk only with the details in the novel but also the ones that I had not used while writing but could be essential for a TV show.