Michael Campagnaro Campagnaro itibaren 6242 Izvorovo, Bulgaristan
This book has long been one of my favorite fantasy novels. McKinley creates a believable fantasy world well outside the common ruts of the genre, creating a landscape and a culture that seems to leap off the page. While not a life-changing read, it is one that I highly recommend to any lover of fantasy.
I can't quite pinpoint the reason but I absolutely loved this book! Something about it just captured me.
One of the texts in my Literary Responses to Evil class with Dr. Greg Garrett.
A bit too heavy on jargon and light on substance. This made it a difficult read, not because the subject was particularly hard, but because it was articulated in such an unnecessarily elaborate fashion. Raising more questions than answers is not necessarily a bad thing but it could certainly have been done in fewer pages. All that said, I still think it is worthwhile reading, if nothing else for the valuable introductions to the philosophical foundations of interaction design.
I have this book by weeks but only two days ago I finally start it (cause his release in print version), and I have to say I should have read it first. Matthew is a young and good med student: he likes sex but he knows he has to study hard and so he decides to spend his time on books. But at the beginning of the academic year he meets Andrew, his "on site" doctor teacher. Andrew is gorgeous and gentle. He is divorced and spends all his time in hospital or with his son Henry. But when he meets Matthew he finds the dom he needs. Even if Matthew is younger of Andrew, the dom's role is his. Andrew is willing and quite. The relationship dom/sub between this two is one I have never read before: it inspires me tenderness and caring. The love between Matthew and Andrew grows slowly but stronger. In this book I feel the emotions, but they are all peaceful, even if there are topic moments. I close this book with a feeling of quite inside me. http://www.amazon.com/dp/1934166685/?...