Yudhit Tirado Gonzales Tirado Gonzales itibaren Yuvalıdere Belediyesi, 54500 Yuvalıdere Belediyesi/Karasu/Sakarya, Türkiye
Kesinlikle daha bir çocuğun kulübü okumak, ama çok memnun oldum.
İrlanda'da sürükleyici bir cinayet gizemi ortaya çıktı. Bu kitabı çok sevdim ve yazamadım. Yine de sonla güreştim. Biraz çözülmediğini hissettim ama sanırım yazarın neden bu şekilde bitirmeyi seçtiğini ve doğru seçim olduğunu düşünüyorum.
Edebi dilinde harika ve etkileyici bir kitap, hikayenin sıradan olduğu doğrudur, ancak dil cazibesinin gücü ve kitabın tüm olumsuz yönlerini unutur
I thought the plot of the story was very good! The chapters were very short which made it a fast easy read. The author also used very vivid metaphors and descriptions to describe the scenes and settings.
This is a collection of 52 short pieces that flesh out the organizational ideas and principles introduced in Getting Things Done. The take away message is that getting everything out of your head and onto paper or a list is KEY to reducing mental stress. Not as easy to implement as it sounds, but certainly doable.
I first read this book years ago when I was in junior high, and thought it was amazing. I re-read it a couple of weeks ago and found that I still think it's amazing, but for entirely different reasons; it is amazing in same the way as, say, the movie Cool As Ice starring Vanilla Ice. Let me break it down for you: This book is about the first time Kirk takes command of the Enterprise. Spock misses Captain Pike, Sulu wishes he were on a different ship, Scotty downright hates him, and Janice Rand is a timid young thing who is not only illegally underaged but also so traumatized by her past as a slave on some planet that she practically faints every time Kirk asks her to do something. Still with me? Kirk's first mission is to transport a group of travelling entertainers. Not intriguing space-age entertainers of a sort we would be unable to imagine, but vaudevillians. Led (of course) by a young and spunky woman named Amelinda, who has iridescent black hair, is a world-class illusionist, constantly makes Kirk feel tongue-tied and cloddish, and owns a flying horse. Named Athene. A flying horse!! I swear, half the book deals with Lindy and her goddamn horse, and all the ways that Kirk has to make concessions to keep the stupid beast from mauling people or breaking its own neck. Interspersed among all this madness (and the actual plot, which is okay but not worth mentioning), Uhura befriends Rand, Sulu becomes an actor, and Kirk repeatedly fucks up in every possible way. And right when you think it can't get any better/worse, a crazy-sexy-cool blond Vulcan named "Stephen" shows up, just in time for Amelinda to fall in love with him and for us all to learn that Stephen is Spock's kooky cousin. If you: a) have a taste for the sublimely, unintentionally ridiculous; b) love Mary-Sue stories; or c) are completely lacking a sense of irony/kitsch; — give this book a go. You're bound to find it at any used bookstore for about a buck, which is simultaneously paying too much for such idiocy and being undercharged for such a fantastically, moronically entertaining read!