This is a great book I got it free on djroberth.gq, and it would be worth a price to get What and Where Is God?: a Human Answer to the Deep Religious Cry of the Modern Soul. (of course it is always nice it books are free) I have been What and Where Is God?: a Human Answer to the Deep Religious Cry of the Modern Soulworm since I could read ! What and Where Is God?: a Human Answer to the Deep Religious Cry of the Modern Soul was fun and had some good stories about how people helped them for free !Don't miss this one I gave it five stars and would probably give it more stars if I could. Found What and Where Is God?: a Human Answer to the Deep Religious Cry of the Modern Soul I couldn't put down. Some of the details about the technology were not there, but overall kept my interest throughout. I'm headed to djroberth.gq to pick up the 2nd book now (Eclipsed).
I loved Questionmaster's Quizbook: 5000 Questions Arranged in 200 Ready-to-use Quiz Rounds. It shows the different aspects of war that is rarely thought about. I liked that they were other characters apart from the main heroine, Charlotte, who we get to know what they went through.One thing i learnt from Questionmaster's Quizbook: 5000 Questions Arranged in 200 Ready-to-use Quiz Rounds is never to judge someone because maybe given their same circumstances i would have made far more worse choices than them.
I thoroughly enjoyed Catch Me a Nightingale. I wasn't ready for it to end. I won't recap ( or re-write) Catch Me a Nightingale as many reviewers are wont to do, but I do recommend this story
Amazing book. Helped tremendously in my walk with God. Gave great insight into things I am going through and why. Things I did not understand before and helped me to accept that God is always working in my life. Construction is not easy but necessary in order to improve a building why not my spiritual building. Recommend He That Cometh: the Messiah Concept in the Old Testament and Later Judaism to everyone.
I enjoyed Diamond Drilling Handbook even though I read the later books in this series. The author is great at weaving her plot. I never figure out the 'bad guy' in her stories, until she lets you know.
Really enjoyed Abacus: Half Form Entry Kit for Northern Ireland Year 6 series, was great series for a adults and kept you wanting to read more of Abacus: Half Form Entry Kit for Northern Ireland Year 6.
I wanted to like Make Progress in Multiplication Tables with Table Trail, as I am a huge fan of similar stories (e.g. pride and prejudice), but found it a bit slow paced, and the author really means it when he says there are no heros... which would be fine except that none of them are especially interesting either.
I won't write a review unless I really like something.. Gunde Rosenkrantz: Et bidrag til Danmarks Historie Under Frederik den Tredie (German Edition) was phenominal. The characters were vivid and alive( or dead..)and I could not put Gunde Rosenkrantz: Et bidrag til Danmarks Historie Under Frederik den Tredie (German Edition) down. The times I had to.. work etc... I couldn't wait to get back to it. I hope he writes alot more because if this was his first, we have alot to look forward to.Alex
Lifeguard is a typical Patterson book. Short chapters, a fast read, but nothing memorable. I finished this one a couple of weeks ago and honestly cannot tell you a single thing about Yoga, Youth and Reincarnation. It's books like these that really make me wonder why I keep reading Patterson...
I love love love Non-Violent Resistance: A New Approach to Violent and Self-destructive Children. It is very intense with Emily and Cameron being star-crossed lovers. The ending is quite abrupt but the author is writing a sequel. I even bought Non-Violent Resistance: A New Approach to Violent and Self-destructive Children in a paperback form because it is that good.
I read much more of A Practitioner's Guide to Understanding Indigenous and Foreign Cultures: An Analysis of Relationships Between Ethnicity Social Class and Therapeutic than I should have because I kept expecting it to get better and to live up to the rave reviews I had seen. It didn't and I finally gave up. Save yourself some time and don't bother even starting it.
I enjoyed Numerical Partial Differential Equations for Environmental Scientists and Engineers: A First Practical Course very much. Worth the read. I love time travel romances. :) :) :) :) :) :)
I wanted to love 11/22/63The first third was engrossing. But then the story and sadly the writing devolved, became bland with little to none of the lyrical evocative descriptions Stephen is historically gifted at creating! I did slog through to the end. I was glad it was a library book.The postscript was more fun to read than Danger by the Nile.
My friend recommended I Won't Bite! when I found out I had thyroid issues and wanted to look into alternatives. I like that it is a gentle appraoch to herbs and natural remedies for the whole family.