Steven Boyd Boyd itibaren 834 98 Solberg, İsveç
Kötülüklerle ve açık çelişkilerle dolu. İronik bir ipucu olmadan McConkie, şeytanın çocuklarını arayanlara sesleniyor. Ardından, birkaç sayfa sonra David O McKay ve Joseph F Smith'in nasıl işaret aradığını anlatmaya devam ediyor. Sorgulayanları şeytanlaştırmazken, McConkie onları suçlar. Ruh senin için çalışmıyor mu? Elbette senin hatan. Kitap daha uygun bir şekilde "Kutsal Hayalet Döngü Delikleri" olarak adlandırılır. Kimse bu kitabı nasıl yararlı bulur emin değilim.
Çok ezici. Yazarlar, kendi hikayesinden tamamen kopukluk, okumayı oldukça anlamsız hissettiriyor. Tüm "gelecek / zaman yolculuğu" şey temelde "hiçbir şey sayfalar" kitaba ekledi.
Ne kadar harika bir kitap. Örtmeyi okumak için bir öğleden sonra beni aldı. Basit ve mükemmel.
While waiting for books I ordered online to arrive in the mail, I decided to stop at the store and pick up a "quick read" for time filler until my books came. So I picked up "Working Stiff" by Grant Stoddard because it looked hilarious and a funny read seemed to be exactly what I was hoping for. Grant Stoddard was a college-age British man when he wondered over to NYC and after couch surfing and girlfriend hunting stumbled upon sex writing at Nerve.com. Grant's job was to try a variety of unique sexual activities/atmospheres and report his findings. This is everything to public subway sex, to throwing all sorts of food items at a gay man with a unibrow. I had mixed feelings about this book. His sexual exploits were hilarious and well-written, but frankly, his daily grind was quite dull. I felt like the rest of the book in-between the sex stuff was pure filler. It was nothing but garbage that I was tempted to skim. So, although his adventures were fun compelling reads, the rest was mind numbing.
A little bit different than most chick lit in the sense most of the novel is the woman falling out of love, than in it. But, still a fun read.
I won this book through First Reads,and thoroughly enjoyed it. It's almost more of a collection of short stories interconnected with the same characters over a short period of time. Very interesting character study -- my husband would call it "human interest." Her style is very descriptive. I was able to relate to each of the characters. Very well written.
To be fair, my experience with this book was through an abridged audio version. Perhaps some key elements were left out that would have made it more compelling for me. It just felt a little disjointed to me. Ultimately I really enjoyed the premise though, and would recommend it to others.
Way not as interesting as the prequel, and totally made me lose interest in C.S. Lewis forever.