Anaid Torres Torres itibaren 9067 Readtsjerk, Hollanda
Kendimi büyük bir yemek sevgisinden dolayı yazarla ilgili buldum. Aşırı yeme ile mücadele eden herkes için okumak gerekir. Destek Dayna Macy'de bulunabilir. Bu kitabı tavsiye ederim.
Assigned this book in biotech class. I was surprised and a little disappointed by the choice, pop lit instead of hard science, but it's an easy read and basically well written. The personal anecdotes aren't really helpful and have slot of smug overtones, but if you've become used to that type of smug culture (which is becoming more pervasive where I live) the anecdotes will serve the purpose the authors intended rather that just making them come off as self-superior and out of touch. I think this book should be on your reading list if you're reading all the other popular foodie books. It brings to light an aspect of our modern food culture that is widely over looked in by the other foodie authors. For someone without good scientific understanding of genetics I would think reading this book is a good way to begin understanding modern genetic technology. But just a beginning, you need to read more to really understand the impact this technology has on our diet and the diversity (or lack of diversity) of the food products available at the supermarket.
Looking forward to this title. Another argument one might make here is that it also concerns the emmergence not only of modern American air power but of transition from from World War One air battles to strategic bombing and other methodologies of terror from the air. Not just infrastructure destruction but psychological.
Another great one by Coelho.
What kind of girl steals her best friend's boy? Apparently, a really virtuous girl from a really horrible friend, according to this book. It subverts the classic narrative to a fairly predictable degree -- yes, she steals the guy, but the other girl DEFINITELY deserved it. Read it and see if you agree, and then read the sequel, "Something Blue," for the other side of the story. ....