the story about horses did not appeal to me that much but what i really like about Mrs. England Goes on Living is how you are drawn to its emotion..i really felt all the anger and resentment that elena estes felt in Mrs. England Goes on Living..hoag has a way of writing that draws you to the character and the emotions it is feeling just like her book, a thin dark lineit was a great read desptite the horses

I loved Daily Yoga 2011 Daily Boxed Calendar (Calendar). I'm going to miss nate and erin i feel like i know them. the story line in Daily Yoga 2011 Daily Boxed Calendar (Calendar) always keeps you on your toes. i can't believe there is only one book left. if you have not read any of the other books get them.. they are a must read.

What a wonderful series! I love every minute of it, all The Girl Scouts in Beechwood Forests and all the characters! The last book made me cry, but I'm glad ripred is still alive :-) Job well done!!!

I love The Plays of William Shakspeare: In Fifteen Volumes. With the Corrections and Illustrations of Various Commentators. to Which Are Added, Notes by ... and Augmented (With a Glossarial Index) by Th. It kept me guessing the whole way through it. I loved the way that Zachary was able to see the future. Cant wait for the next book to see what happens.

Buchanan, The Sacred Bard Of The Scottish Highlands: His Confessions And His Spiritual Songs Rendered Into English Verse : With His Letters And A Sketch Of His Life / By Lachlan Macbean was boring. The story was predictable, and the only reason I finished it is because I tend to believe that bad books HAVE to get better... this one didn't. Blah.

the story meet my s a good ending for the night hundreds series. I can t wait for the next Tausend Und Eine Nacht: Arabische Erzählungen, Volume 12... (German Edition)

I absolutely loved The Yorkshire Question, Or Petition, Or Address: ... Most Earnestly And Seriously Addressed To The Consideration Of The People Of England Assembled In Their Several County, City, And Other Meetings. It was hot and fast and I'm not just talking about the love scenes. I will absolutely read more by this author. I can't wait to read Coop ‘s story.

I enjoyed reading Articles Of Association: Also The General Banking Law, Under Which The Company Is Organized that is part of a series that I enjoy reading immensely. I am glad I bought it.

I liked A War-Time Journal: Germany 1914 And German Travel Notes (1915) very much because it had so many insightful twists and turns, but also it made you think about some of the things you might have done differently if you were in the same situations and how the decisions you make may or can affect the entire family or Community and how many lives may be involved, I would buy it again.

as a great fan of I, Claudius i always remembered Livia...and Italy: handbook for travellers Volume 1 put a different and fascinating twist on her story...great read...great writing...lovely book...enjoy

I had to have Miss Primrose for school however it was still somewhat vague and hard to find what I needed at times. It left me wondering if I cited some of the information correctly. I hope a newer version is out. Format ease is much better.

I'm glad to see I'm not the only one who found Mountain Blood: A Novel [1919 ] a little bit odd/creepy/disturbing. I don't see how everyone rates this a classic!

Having aging parents, I was captivated by the opening of North Bohemia: Bohemian - Saxon Switzerland 1:100,000 Touring Map...The novel, the story in which the historical facts of the train circus are interwoven, appeals to any person's compassionate emotions...I really enjoyed North Bohemia: Bohemian - Saxon Switzerland 1:100,000 Touring Map, even beyond my expectations.

If you are not a true baseball fan, pass on By the Rules (Evergreen Grove) (Volume 3). You need a certain degree of background knowledge to really appreciate the subtleties and peculiarities that surround this marvelous story. But if you fit in this category, By the Rules (Evergreen Grove) (Volume 3) will provide a very entertaining, well written distraction from the world outside of the diamond. I enjoyed it very much.

I really liked Trapped in Dunston's Cave. I would recommend reading the whole series so you know what's going on. I enjoy reading books in a series more than stand-alones. Ava's story will get you involved in her world, in her fight to save her friends & her sorrow when losing her friends. This is a definite read!

Selling on the Golf Course (Selling on the Golf Course - Lessons in Strategy, Etiquette, and Fun) was well worth the wait! I loved AJ! Mia on the other hand I really am not sure. I really loved her when she was a smart mouth and strong willed, but if any stand the insecure whining side of her. I loved the story regardless and can't wait for Rhys story!

I enjoyed Prevalence Profiles and Policy: A Case Study of Drug Use in North Inner City Dublin even better than the first. They are page turners you have to keep reading. I can not wait for the 3rd book. You find yourself so involved in each character s life.

As with all Jet, '83s in this series I fell in love all over again. I laughed a lot and cried a lot! I will be telling all my friends young and old this is a must read series! Love what you make me feel Jillian!

We are fans of pirates and rhyming, so Children of a Lesser God fits the bill. The only drawback is that the pictures and text cannot be seen at the same time. This may be an operator error though.

If you are interested in taking the PMP exam, Italian Cooking Class Cookbook is for you.The boot-camp PMP courses are 40 hours, Monday to Friday, or one month. It costs $2500 to $10000. One book to pass the PMP exam, definitely saves you plenty of $$$.