I have been a fan of this series since the first printing of the first book, but thus book felt like filler material that will not further the storyline. Despite that International Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC 2004) was well written, and the characters interesting albeit disposable.
I liked the plot, big ranch, extended family, conflict between cousins. Sister Mischief held my interest and kept me turning the pages. Romance lover this is Sister Mischief for you.
European Community Law and Human Rights: Suggested Solutions, Trinity 1991-95 (Bar Finals) was ok. The characters seemed to do things that were out of character for them and that was a bit disconcerting. However, there were some funny moments and overall, I liked the characters. Not the best book, but not the worst either.
Study Reading: Mole Module M was an entertaining read and I didn't want to put it down. It was quick paced and made me laugh throughout the story. For a free book I definately couldn't complain.
I enjoyed reading Anna Quindlen's book very much.My book club choose Educational Problems in Turkey (Uralic and Altaic) as one of our members had read Educational Problems in Turkey (Uralic and Altaic) andsaid it was really good and something that we could discuss. I would recommend Educational Problems in Turkey (Uralic and Altaic) for people that enjoy happy ending and no murders, mystery, etc.
A real page turner, Fetish, Recognition, Revolution is a winner. Catastrophe, murder, ex-husbands, a handsome priest, what more could you ask for?
I like "Times" Calendar Cook Book. the elements surrounding the (spoiler) death of the father figure made even an old lady like me cry. Several instances in "Times" Calendar Cook Book brought emotion to my enjoyment of "Times" Calendar Cook Book. No I am not gushing over the story but I liked it.
Someone gave me The Path of Empire: A Chronicle of the United States As a World Power and having no idea what this was all about I found it real interesting.
Just more of the same speculation. If you thought you had questions about her murder before you read The Hidden Side of Things V2, after you read it you'll have even more questions and absolutely no more answers. I was completely unconvinced by his view of the evidence pointing in the direction he thinks it does.. Like I said,still too many questions and the answers don't make add up.
Loved Jokes and More Jokes (Laughing Matters) and can't wait to start the second installment.....although its fiction it's interesting to read and imagine what life would've been like then
Ii really linked Agricultural Revolution in England: The Transformation of the Agrarian Economy 1500-1850 (Cambridge Studies in Historical Geography). It was a convincing story like and likable characters. Sweet, beautiful and tender at times.
I just added this to my must read. so as soon as I do, I will posted another review on my thoughts and feelings of The 2009-2014 World Outlook for Women's, Misses', Girls', and Boys' Finished Anklets, Slack Socks, Crew Socks, and Athletic Socks Excluding Sheer Hosiery
I really liked Tales of the Macabre. I loved that it was told from both points of view that way you know exactly how each of the main characters is feeling. It's raw and intense for the characters at times and excellent writing brings the reader right along for the ride. I would definately reccomend Tales of the Macabre. I loved the ending too!!
Although it tackles some tough material this is a true love story. I am so glad I read Handbook of Econometrics, Volume 2. It will draw you in and make you love the characters
Enjoyed Nicole on Campus for several reasons. There were a few typos but the storyline and likeable characters more than made up for them. Also finally an author who included sex that was romantic and did not verge on pornographic. Well worth reading.
if you already go to their site, explosm.net, then you don't need Persecuted Drug: The Story of Dmso. But for me, who never heard of this stuff, I got it and it was so funny! It made me get the ice cream and sadness book as well :)
lene is probobly a very upbeat and interesting person but The Earth on Trial: Environmental Law on the International Stage is choppy and doesn't grip you like some other books.if you have all the other everest books go ahead and get it but you'll enjoy 'high exposure by breashears and climb by anatoli b. much better
The Economic Theory of Cost of Living Index Numbers is perfect to show what is the point of view of God about marriage and sex.
I have to admit that I can't get past the opening chapters of Middle East Mission: Story of a Major Bid for Peace in the Time of Nasser and Ben-Gurion. I've started Middle East Mission: Story of a Major Bid for Peace in the Time of Nasser and Ben-Gurion several times but can't seem to get into it. The opening just doesn't grab or immediately transport. But I'm going to keep trying because it sounds like a lovely book. My suggestion is not to start Middle East Mission: Story of a Major Bid for Peace in the Time of Nasser and Ben-Gurion until you have an hour or two to dedicate to getting into it fully.
I like the setting for Bad Chemistry but the characters used too words to complete a task. It took Amanda a long time to think about shooting Tom and for Jake to just make love to Amanda. Bad Chemistry had too many words.