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Misterio de Salem's Lot (Spanish Edition)
Misterio de Salem's Lot (Spanish Edition)
Misterio de Salem's Lot (Spanish Edition) by Stephen King and Marta I. Gustavino. Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars, with 5 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Stephen King category.
Core Data: Updated for Swift 4
Core Data: Updated for Swift 4
Core Data: Updated for Swift 4 by Florian Kugler and Daniel Eggert. Rated 3.6 out of 5 stars, with 13 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Swift programming category.
Building a Small Business that Warren Buffett Would Love
Building a Small Business that Warren Buffett Would Love
In theory, the author should explain a simple and logic process for building a small business that Mr. Buffett would love.

In practice, the author explains a simple,logic and effective process which can be mainly applied for buying a small business that Mr. Buffett would love.

One thing is building, another thing is buying: it's quite different!!

Anyway, this isn't what I haven't liked because the main flaw of this book in my opinion is that there isn't any case history.

I've payed $19 for a book of about 190 pages on a particular subject, hence I would have liked to read at least just one case history!!

Never mind!!

Suggestion for the author: include at least a meaningful case history ( a must ) and if he feels like, he might go deeper because there also other kinds of competitive advantages:

[...]

Best regards.

Fab
elon musk vs elizabeth holmes the difference is ?
elon musk vs elizabeth holmes the difference is ?
This takes the entire concept of book to a new level. His opening premise that you can read for yourself is hugely flawed. He suggests that he has the right money behind him, but has invested $180m of his own money to start Tesla and SpaceX. He has continued to invest additional money in the last year. Was Amazon a scam. It didn't make money. Is Netflix, Uber, Lyft all scams. Nonsense no book here.
The Four Trials of Henry Ford
The Four Trials of Henry Ford
The Four Trials of Henry Ford is a great book, not only because of its fast-paced narrative but because it will appeal to readers with a wide variety of interests. In its essence, it is good story-telling. However, because it is also true, it adds considerably to our understanding of Henry Ford the man as well as to the development of the Ford Motor Company and the beginnings of the auto industry as a whole. This book will be of interest to history buffs, biography readers, auto enthusiasts, attorneys and others who appreciate the drama inherent in the ups and downs of historically significant trials. As an attorney using original source materials such as pleadings, briefs and trial and hearing transcripts, the author provides us with the kind of compelling detail that brings the four trials to life. We feel that we are present in the courtroom. Most importantly, this is an essential book for those who have always had a general sense of Henry Ford as an American icon and hero. Here, the reader may find that Mr. Ford's shocking ignorance and bigotry make him more of a tragic figure than one to be emulated. And in showing how these failings become amplified by the man's increasing wealth and influence, the author provides us with an object lesson that is as relevant as today's headlines.
Nine To The Universe
Nine To The Universe
This is a MUST own if you are a Hendrix Fan. Why the Estate has not released this is beyond me. They do not want to admit that Alan Douglas (who released this back in 1980) because of obvious reasons (Crash Landing and Midnight Lightning) did one HELL of a great record. I bought this the DAY it was released and completely turned my head around (once again) that Hendrix was on a quest for new directions. Alan Douglas is to be commended for this and the Estate will NEVER give him his due. There are bootleg versions of this release and if you are ever lucky to find them you will see that the songs were much longer and Alan "edited" them - for the better. He did not replace any of the musicians (thank God) but he cut out the excess. And the excess was definitely there : ) He really did a good job - on a par with the "Blues" release which you can still buy!

This is not Jazz - (Jazzy) but not Jazz. The tracks are mostly ideas from the Band Of Gypsys, Hendrix last great testament. Miles Davis said that it was his best band and I agree. Let's look at it this way: The Gypsys were the FIRST power funk guitar trio EVER. Had they toured Europe in 1970, Hendrix might not have run into the problems he had and maybe lived past September 1970. He would have been with friends Buddy and Billy and may have been in a better frame of mind. And - this band would have COMPLETELY blown the minds of Europeans and this would have kept Jimi going. Again - a great release. Get it any way you can. Highlights are: Nine To The Universe and Young/Hendrix featuring Larry Young on organ.
Dr. Strange (1978) [Edizione: Regno Unito] [Import italien]
Dr. Strange (1978) [Edizione: Regno Unito] [Import italien]
Modern superheroes are all fast-paced action movies, which is great but rarely gives you time to think or breathe. In 1978, they didn't have much in the way of special effects and so had no choice but to take it steady. The contrast works to its benefit.

The plot is typically daft, but you don't go into this looking for a good story.

To put it in a nutshell, Merlin (John Mills), using the name Lindmer, is reaching the end of his long life. This gives the Nameless One (Hell's overlord) an opportunity to break free, and he sends his minion Morgana Le Fey (Jessica Walters), using the name Morgan, to kill him before he can pass his power onto his successor. If she can't do this, she must kill his successor before Merlin can pass on his power.

That successor is psychiatrist Dr Stephen Strange, a kindly protective person with a clear mind whose parents were killed in an automobile accident when he was young (an accident intended to kill him).

Knowing what is to come, Lindmer reaches out to Dr Strange but needs to ensure that Strange accepts his destiny freely. When one of Strange's patients is used by Morgan in an attempt to kill Lindmer, Strange is drawn into this mysterious world.

Peter Hooten certainly has the right look for Dr Strange, but doesn't get the chance to be in costume until the final moments of this TVM (don't be fooled by the wonderful DVD cover). It looks like it would have been a good series, with John Mills being the "old one" of the format as the title character finds his way and learns of his powers. It's definitely aimed at a slightly more mature audience than some of the other superhero TV series around the time, which is probably why it was never picked up.

The special effects are not bad for the late 70s, even if the "Nameless One" does come across as a stop-motion sock puppet, and the realisation of his world is evocative of the "sword and sorcery" movies from around the same era.

The only negative thing is that Dr Strange doesn't really get to do much in the way of "Dr Strange" type things, because the whole story is handed over to the origin tale. In other pilots of the era, the title character invariably got his/her powers in the first half of the adventure which allowed the second half to establish what they could do. With the lack of further episodes, we miss out on a lot.

One interesting point of note is when we see Dr Strange pick up a "Hulk" comic (probably the best "crossover" they could do in those days).
Honest Illusions
Honest Illusions
I'm sure that it's becoming apparent from my reviews that I am a Nora Roberts fan. English Lit degree to the contrary, I like light summer reading just as much as the next person; I just don't like feeling that I'm killing millions of brain cells while I read. Roberts bridges the gap nicely; writing romance novels with enough detail and research to keep the reader entertained as well as conscious. One of her finest books, in my opinion, is Honest Illusions, originally published in 1992.

::: Family of the Heart :::

Honest Illusions begins in the present, then flashes back to the past to give history before jumping back. Luke Callahan is a runaway; escaped from a life that makes Oliver Twist's look like Pollyanna by comparison. As he is picking pockets at a carnival, he is lured into the show of Max Nouveau, a magician. Max spots Luke in the audience plying his craft, and asks him backstage. He recognizes in Luke a kindred spirit, and offers to bring him along with the carnival, hiring him as a behind-the-scenes person, but treating him like a son.

Luke is soon drawn into Max's "family" including his daughter Roxanne, girlfriend/assistant Lily, mechanic Mouse, and, back home in New Orleans, a seeming cook and butler, LeClerc. It isn't long before Luke realizes that Max has more than one career: by day he owns the carnival and has his magic act, but by night, Max and company are accomplished jewel thieves. Luke learns to trust, as well as learns both of Max's crafts, and as he grows up, Max becomes more and more famous for his act while Luke beings to think of Roxy as less and less of a sister and more and more as a woman.

Still, Luke has a past that haunts him, and makes a few enemies along the way. When the book opens, he has returned to Roxanne after a five-year unexplained absence. But Luke has plans to seek revenge on his enemies, as well as get Roxanne back. Of course, Roxanne has a few surprises of her own.

::: I'll Admit It; I've Read It Several Times :::

Honest Illusions is probably my favorite Roberts book of all times, and I've read it more times than I care to admit. Roberts is at her finest with character development in this book, involving the reader in all their lives. Even seemingly minor characters aren't given short shrift, and Roberts' handle on both the carnival life as well as planning and executing jewel theft is absolutely incredible.

I'll confess that I usually read most romance novels with a jaded eye, treating them almost as if they were potato chips, indistinct from one another. I'd challenge any person to read this book and not cry at points, not root for Luke upon his return, and not gasp with shock and horror when Roberts reveals the reason for Luke's desertion.

The Nouveau troupe isn't the first time Roberts has made a major character or characters thieves, but she imbues them with such a sense of decency that you can't help but root for them and against those they steal from. Max even goes so far as to tithe profit from the sale of the items that he steals, and seeing him give Luke the love and care that he should have had all along will break any parent's heart.

If there is one single Roberts book that anyone curious should read, it should be Honest Illusions. Others are excellent as well, but this one is definitely one of her best, if not the best.

I originally reviewed this book years ago, and even that was years after I read it. I re-read it for possibly the 100th time this past week, beginning it while I was in New Orleans, after walking through the French Quarter. Roberts' ability to recreate setting in such a way that the reader can see where the characters are is impressive; I'd been able to picture New Orleans exactly as it is based on this book. Upon re-reading, it's still a favorite, and will probably be forever.

This review previously published at Goodreads.
Green Calder Grass
Green Calder Grass
Jessy Niles, daughter of the original partner of Benteen Calder, grows up a tomboy, adept at ranch work as any of the men. From age ten, she loves Ty, but he's sent away to college by his mother, who'd lived in luxury in California. There Ty meets and falls in love with Tara, a wealthy society girl and marries her. Their conflicting interests create turmoil, her many long absences send him to Jessy, who had never forgot her first love. The marriage dissolves due to Tara's treachery and Ty marries Jessy, but after two years, Tara wants him back, leading to a struggle and eventual tragedy.
Poems (English and German Edition)
Poems (English and German Edition)
If you’re like me, you may not have realized that this German author, known for short philosophical novels such as “Siddhartha,” “Steppenwolf,” and “Demian,” was also a poet. This bilingual edition consists of a selection of 31 poems picked and translated by the Pulitzer Prize winning poet, James Wright. The poems are short form poems that range from less than a page to three pages, and thus even with the inclusion of the original German verse, the book is only 80 pages.

It’s hard to imagine a more skilled editor / translator than James Wright, who was considered one of the best American poets of his time. When I was reading up on Wright, I saw that major themes in his poems were “loneliness and alienation,” and those themes are certainly seen in this selection, though I cannot tell you if they’re representative of Hesse’s poetry over all or not. The philosophical outlook of Hesse’s fiction certainly shines through in places, as does the sparse, imagery-centric approach seen in Eastern (e.g. Zen) poetry – a style that tries to keep the poet out of it by presenting scene devoid of analysis or judgment.

Though it didn’t do me much good, owing to my inability to speak or even properly pronounce German, I like that the original poems in German are included. An Italian proverb compares poetry translations to women -- i.e. the more beautiful, the less faithful. So, it’s always nice for those with bilingual fluency to be able to look at them side-by-side (which is how they are printed.) Sometimes even hearing the poem without understanding meaning can give one insight into the musicality of the verse.

I enjoyed this selection of poems, and while I can’t say how much is Hesse and how much Wright, either way they were well-composed and pleasant to read. I would highly recommend this selection for poetry readers.
A Prize for Princes
A Prize for Princes
Yes, indeed, there are times when reading an early, possibly previously unknown or unpublished work by a favorite established author can be a joyous reading experience. Not so in this particular case, however. This one should have died aborning.
To be sure, anything written by Rex Stout cannot be other than gracefully written, while exhibiting a thorough knowledge of the setting and any other details necessary to the plot. This IS well-written, and as far as I can tell, an accurate recreation of the period of 1914, just before the outbreak of World War I, when there were still myriad little princedoms scattered about Europe, each with their own Prince. Or Duke, perhaps, although here we have a prince.
We have also a Mata Hari type who quite defies description! And a TSTL male lead character. (That means 'too stupid to live' for the uninitiated.) There is an ingenue, and a quite nice young diplomat and a villain who isn't really, plus the aforementioned prince.
Richard Stetton, a wealthy young American afflicted with wanderlust happens on a riot in Fasilica, wherever that is in middle Europe, somewhere, more near the Orient and Asia than the continental areas with which we're more familiar, such as France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, and so forth. When he sees the out-of-control troops attack a convent, he rushes to assist anyone he can find. Thus he meets up with a devastatingly beautiful blonde, Aline Solini and her younger, orphaned friend, Vivi Janvour. Better he had run in the opposite direction several hours earlier. But he didn't, and for the next 300+ pages, the reader is treated to the impossible, the improbable, and the unbelievable.
Frankly, I cannot believe that Rex Stout approved this venture--having the 25 chapters put into book form, rather than being spread out over several months in the telling. Perhaps if one were to read it, one chapter per week, it would be more palatable and less laughable. It won't tarnish Stout's brilliant reputation, except to those who've never read the Nero Wolfe books. What a pity if it should discourage anyone from reading those books or the short stories or novellas about Nero and Archie and their cohorts, which are entirely splendid.
This effort, however, reeks of an attempt by someone to generate income using the defenseless author who died several years ago, and is no longer able to defend himself from such nefarious schemes.
LEGO Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets Hogwarts Whomping Willow 75953 Magic Toys Building Kit, Prisoner of Azkaban, Hedwig, Hermoine Granger and Severus Snape (753 Pieces)
LEGO Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets Hogwarts Whomping Willow 75953 Magic Toys Building Kit, Prisoner of Azkaban, Hedwig, Hermoine Granger and Severus Snape (753 Pieces)
So I'm a veteran Lego builder by this point in my childs life. I've tackled and successfully built many of these things much to the enjoyment of our child. He's almost 5 and has no interest in the Duplo series so I build these and he helps where he can. This is the 4th set I've built from this run of Lego Harry Potter sets with Hogwarts being one of the largest ones. I reviewed that one very positively and this is more of the same. The directions are very common sense and broken down into bite size portions where I feel like I'm actually making progress fairly quickly. Lego have really stepped up in this area after having some questionable issues with the Lego Batman series (especially the Batmobile which was terribly designed and explained in the instructions) I assembled this one with little issue in just a few hours. Lego does a great job of making you feel like a winner value wise. The Hogwarts I felt like I got more than I paid for and the same for this set as well. Very enjoyable and really cool to see and display with the other sets!
Mean Streets by Dave Legeno
Mean Streets by Dave Legeno
I was really suprised to find this album by Dave Legeno, as there is not much information about this. I have to say i love this album and it is constantly playing in my car. My Favourite song is Edge of the Night. Very catchy.
You can tell this album is definately from the 90s era. I am a 90s chick, so all good with me. :) Great songs and Dave had a great voice. Very sexy and gravelly, its a shame that this album didnt do better than it did. R.I.P Dave you were more talented than you were given credit for xx
Harry Potter 2473 Jigsaw Puzzle, Magical Creatures 500PC
Harry Potter 2473 Jigsaw Puzzle, Magical Creatures 500PC
I really like Harry Potter so I was happy to find this puzzle. It was very challenging to complete but I enjoyed it anyways. One problem that I noticed was that many of puzzle pieces were cut in similar shapes so I had to check the color/pattern before inserting the piece. (I was not too happy about that.) Other than that, I completed the puzzle in a week and received many compliments.
Harry Potter Harry's Wand Keychain
Harry Potter Harry's Wand Keychain
Love this keychain wand. Being a Harry Potter nerd, I love carrying this around on my key chain. It can also be used as a weapon if you are attacked in the parking lot!
Hot Wheels Screen Time 3/10 Party Wagon 147/250, Yellow/Green
Hot Wheels Screen Time 3/10 Party Wagon 147/250, Yellow/Green
I love seeing original TMNT merch still hitting shelves. Nothing beats the originals and this van is a great throwback to those days. Would have loved to see more paint details but that's a small gripe and takes nothing away from how amazing this thing is.
[Upgraded Metallic Balloons KIT] HiParty 60pcs Metallic Party Balloons, 3D Premium Thick Chrome Latex Birthday Balloons with accessories for Wedding Christmas and almost Party Decorations (6 Colors)
[Upgraded Metallic Balloons KIT] HiParty 60pcs Metallic Party Balloons, 3D Premium Thick Chrome Latex Birthday Balloons with accessories for Wedding Christmas and almost Party Decorations (6 Colors)
I inflated 28 of these balloons before a New Years Eve party (plus one that was defective with a hole in it). Actually, I slightly overinflated these balloons. During the first 24 hours, a few popped, mostly ones placed directly below a heater vent. After that, only one more has popped and one mostly deflated. It is now February 9 and the remaining 21 still look the same as they did 40 days ago. They may last until next NYE.

The somewhat metallic look is very nice and they are beautiful balloons, but the durability is beyond belief.

UPDATE: It is now March 6th and all of the 21 balloons still look the same. They may have possibly lost a tiny bit of air, but I can't really tell for sure. They very well may last until next New Year.

FURTHER UPDATE: It is now April 11 and I can tell that the balloons have lost some air, but someone seeing them for the first time would think that they look very good. A friend suggested that I should have taken them to Costco tire center and filled them with nitrogen; they might last all year.

FINAL UPDATE: It is now October 2 and half of the balloons are still half inflated. Since I over inflated originally, they are still a decent size and look quite good. If you didn't know how large they were originally, you would be impressed. I'm assuming that some may still look good for their second New Year. I'm impressed.
Generation Found
Generation Found
Archway is an amazing place for high school students who committed to sobriety. This is a great movie to call more attention onto schools and teachers who are contributing to our society, and students who are struggling for a better future. It is a documentary movie which means it is a true story. Sasha McLean, the Archway principal, is a true eloquent heroine who is working hard to provide most support for the students, coaches, and teachers in Archway.
Game Changers: Inside the Video Game Wars Season 1
Game Changers: Inside the Video Game Wars Season 1
This is a very interesting and well-made documentary featuring some of the biggest names that helped to paint the canvas of the video game industry. Comprehensive and features the very beginning to the 32-bit revolution. Howard Lincoln, Ralph Baer, Steve Jobs, Nolan Bushnell... all with unseen footage and interviews, simply fascinating and captivating. If you are video game fan, you owe it to watch this.
Bombshell
Bombshell
Theater review. Possible spoilers. Director Jay Roach might not seem like the director for an expose like this given his resume (Austin Powers movies, Meet the Fockers, Dinner for Schmucks) but he pulls it off. Some of the credit would seem to go to writer Charles Randolph who was responsible for “The Big Short.” This film has much of that style. That is narration, superimposed facts, etc.

The film is focused on Roger Ailes (excellent John Lithgow in a fat suit and heavy facial makeup) who single handedly put Fox News on the television map. His marketing acumen may have been successful but he also left a bevy of female staffers humiliated at best and sexually assaulted at worst. There are 3 women at the center of the story. Gretchen Carlson (Nicole Kidman) is the first to bring Ailes’ misdeeds to light. She had gone from a rising star on the Fox morning show to a less visable host in a late afternoon time slot. Why? She had shunned Ailes’ sexual advances. She leaves the network fairly early in the movie and sues Ailes personally. In an award-worthy performance, Charlize Theron plays Megyn Kelly who remains at the network but is under scrutiny because of the 2016 presidential debate where she asks candidate Donald Trump about his treatment of women in the past. Ailes and indeed Fox were backers of Trump and were stunned by the question. Kelly suffered the consequences for a long time and later acknowledged Alies had come on to her earlier in her career. The third woman is Kayla Pospisil (Margo Robbie). Kayla is an amalgam of actual women at Fox over the years. She’s highly supportive of the network and Ailes from the beginning. She is also hungry for advancement and manages to get Ailes’ attention. In a scene that had most of the audience squirming in their seats, Ailes auditions Kayla by modeling in front of him. He urges her to keep hiking up her skirt in order to see her legs – “It’s a visual medium he suggests.”

All the women are great. Theron in particular captures not only the look of Kelly but the slightly arrogant and aloof physical persona. It’s an amazing transformation. If “Bombshell” can be criticized it would be because the film doesn’t go very deep into the workings of Fox. We get a surface view as the attention is on Ailes, less so on the network or his boss, Rupert Murdoch (Malcolm McDowell).

In small but interesting roles, Kate McKinnon shows up as a closeted lesbian producer and confidant of Kayla’s. Connie Britton plays Ailes wife Beth, a supporter of her husband until a startling scene in the final act. Mark Duplass plays Kelly’s husband Doug Brunt and Allison Janney is Susan Estrich, Ailes lawyer. In spite of the content, this is a fast moving, highly entertaining and important film. Highly recommended.
Word Painting Revised Edition: The Fine Art of Writing Descriptively
Word Painting Revised Edition: The Fine Art of Writing Descriptively
Great book! 4.5 stars. I read the original edition many years ago, but since I have gained a lot more writing experience, I can read this book with a deeper, more concrete understanding than before.

First of all, I want to say that the prose of Word Painting is lovely in itself. Both the sounds (including rhythm) and images in the writing are pleasant, flowing, and apt. The beauty of the prose increased my confidence that the author knows her stuff.

And she does know her stuff. There were a lot of helpful pointers and insightful comments in the book, as well as illustrative, effective examples. I definitely learned a lot from this book! My favorite chapter was probably the one on figurative language.

The only thing that I could find to complain about, is that though I appreciated and enjoyed reading the excerpts the author uses from books, there is very little in terms of examples from fantasy or sci-fi novels, which are my favorite genres to read in. The vast majority of books quoted from were realistic fiction. This is not a problem per se, as passages from these works do demonstrate the author's points well; yet I could tell that I would not be interested in reading most of the novels cited here, as they are not "my type". So I couldn't help thinking that I would feel more engaged in this book if there were more examples drawn from fantasy or sci-fi; the realistic stories left me feeling a bit distanced or even alienated sometimes because I felt that some of these works were exactly the kind I avoid reading nowadays...

Still, I loved this book very much, and it's probably one of my favorite guides to the writing craft. It was surprisingly compelling to read as well, a page-turner, even. :)
ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 IEEE 802.11ax Ethernet Wireless Router - 2.40 GHz ISM Band - 5 GHz UNII Band - 11000 Mbit/s Wireless Speed - 5 x Network Port - 1 x Broadband Port - USB - 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet -
ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 IEEE 802.11ax Ethernet Wireless Router - 2.40 GHz ISM Band - 5 GHz UNII Band - 11000 Mbit/s Wireless Speed - 5 x Network Port - 1 x Broadband Port - USB - 2.5 Gigabit Ethernet -
The router is working well in my 1550sq. ft. home (bungalow with full 10' basement). I have not identified a need for a second mesh router yet but I am only a week in. The router looks great and has a lot of features that you can configure if you can figure them out. I am having trouble finding a manual for this particular model and version on ASUS support to get a better understanding of how to set some of these functions up. I have found one that is close but does not exactly match my routers functions and GUI options. I would recommend this router if you have the money to spend on it.
Maggi Masala 2-Minute Noodles India Snack - 70 Grams
Maggi Masala 2-Minute Noodles India Snack - 70 Grams
This is the standard version and not the spicy one which is sold in most Indian grocery stores. Exactly what I grew up eating and wanted. It was fresh and we'll with in the best before date. It may sound expensive but price is comparable to the grocery store. Ok value for money since it was free delivery. We buy again.
Sex for One: The Joy of Selfloving
Sex for One: The Joy of Selfloving
I am a 33 year old American woman who read this book when I was 11 years old. I saw it on my friends moms bookshelf and asked to borrow it, and I'm glad I did. Many parents would probably be alarmed or even offended if they caught their young child reading this book, but at least in my case, it was a windfall of positive information that really helped to shape my sexuality and self esteem, and I still often think about it more than 20 years later. It contains realistic pencil drawings of people engaged in sex acts and masturbation, as well as a whole section devoted to showcasing how very different the shapes and sizes of women's vulva are. This is valuable information that you don't get just anywhere, and it's not sugar-coated, photoshopped, or edited-down, and that's why it's so great!

I remember growing up with a lot of mixed messages from every direction regarding things like how a woman looked and smelled "down there" and this book very matter-of-factly discusses the range of healthy possibilities, and really tries to reassure the reader that most women don't look like the slick, shaved, sculpted vulvas and vaginas that you might see in porn -- and really that's okay!

This book is honest, humorous, authentic, and invaluable for someone who has been told that masturbation is wrong, sinful, dirty, disgusting, or negative in any way (often for religious reasons). I credit this book to really turning my thinking towards a healthy and positive direction regarding my own body, achieving pleasure alone and with a partner, and that touching yourself is not only okay, but really necessary if you want to really explore your own sexuality and be able to communicate to your partner(s) about what you like and don't like.

I bought another copy so that I can leave it open and accessible on my own bookshelf in the hopes that my own child will find it and learn some solid lessons in body acceptance and sexual know-how.

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