itibaren Kashtbardhë, Arnavutluk
A fast read. Not badly written. An interesting story about the lost Amber Room from Tsarke Selo. The characters left a little to be desired, but overall a good book.
Some great ideas for job ideas for just about anyone. The book tries to define people as scanners and then into specific types of scanners. By the end of the book the reader realizes that basically humans are scanners and anyone could fit one of the descriptions. There are some interesting ideas for how to try and hone in on those skills and make the most out of everything you do. By the end the book was a bit repetitive and I started to loose interest, although by definition a true scanner would probably never finish any one book.
The story continues with humor and more stick figures. The humor included a joke about a druid and a tree that had me laughing so hard we had to pause while I moved into silent laughter territory.
READ IN LESS THEN TWENTY FOUR HOURS!!!!! :O seriously, if your into action with a bit of a twisted romance and a seriously thought out plot, you MUST read this! i started off reading it with high expectations, all of which were met and surpased. i then became totally obsessed and just couldn't stop reading (a case that only happens with best books, e.g Eragon, City of Bones..) and when i was reading, i was constantly thinking about the book and what i think will happen next. im not going to contain any spoilers because i never want to ruin the surprise for a fellow reader but heed this, The Hunger Games is one of those books that will become unforgettable and hopefully widely known as Twilight (for better reasons of course, like a better plot and such :) ) i have the second book in the series beside me and i am just itching to start reading it..... *eyes book eagerly*