Haven Jimenez

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Beginning Amazon Web Services with Node.js
Beginning Amazon Web Services with Node.js
Beginning Amazon Web Services with Node.js by Adam Shackelford. Rated undefined out of 5 stars, with undefined ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the javascript category.
Running man
Running man
Running man by Nicolas Djermag, Stephen King, et al.. Rated 4.3 out of 5 stars, with 42 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Stephen King category.
UN Saco De Huesos (Spanish Edition)
UN Saco De Huesos (Spanish Edition)
UN Saco De Huesos (Spanish Edition) by Stephen King. Rated 4.2 out of 5 stars, with 11 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Stephen King category.
Go in Practice: Includes 70 Techniques
Go in Practice: Includes 70 Techniques
Go in Practice: Includes 70 Techniques by Matt Butcher and Matt Farina. Rated 4.8 out of 5 stars, with 14 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Swift programming category.
Facebook: The Inside Story
Facebook: The Inside Story
For someone who claims to know as much as he does about Facebook, Levy only manages to capture half of the true narrative at best, in what could be described as nearly 600 pages of anger towards a company and a person.

Levy cannot write for more than a few pages without hurling insults at Facebook, Zuck, or any of its many employees. Seriously - open up and read any few pages at random to see for yourself. There's nothing objective about this writing; a smear campaign, at best.

Don't just take my word for it - read Aaron Greenspan's one-star review of this book, where he calls out Levy for his factuallly inaccurate retelling of Aaron's story from their interview together in 2018 (Greenspan is a former college friend of Zuck's, who makes a number of appearances in the earlier chapters of the book.) Why would Levy intentionally misrepresent the facts if he was not biased in his feelings and sentiments towards Zuck, Facebook, or any of its employees?

This is so dishonest I don't know how Levy views himelf as a person with integrity. I highly reccomend never buying this fiction.
Visionary Kids: Steve Jobs
Visionary Kids: Steve Jobs
It's a nice enough book but it is unsuitable for my 2 year old. As it is biographical it (rather unnecessarily in my opinion) includes the fact that Steve was adopted which confused and distressed my son a little as he wanted to know why the lady gave the baby away and why Steve had two Mummies and would he have two Mummies too.

The other part I didn't like was when it explained Steve quit school because he thought it was boring, which may encourage this behaviour in others. I want my son to follow his heart and be creative and entrepreneurial if he wishes, but I want him to have an education he can fall back on too.
'One day at school he proclaimed, "This is a bore."
So he packed up and left - he sought to explore!'

I also don't like this rhyme,
'Between classes, Steve carried out his pranks.
These were sure to earn him quite a few spanks!'
I am surprised there is an exclamation mark after it as this, to me, makes light of spanking your children which is against the law, and one day my son will ask what spanks are and I will have to explain how some Mummies and Daddies hit their children.

I had hoped this book might be inspirational to others but it is more explanatory and biographical than inspirational. I did like the inclusion of Steve Jobs quotes though which will have to be saved until my son is older. Also, the rhymes have to be said differently on each page as they don't quite fit together. Having said all that, there is no other book like it, and I would be interested to see who the others in the series are based on.
Innover comme Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos et Steve Jobs (French Edition)
Innover comme Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos et Steve Jobs (French Edition)
Très bon livre.
Rencontré l'un de ses auteurs en soirée, pleins d’enthousiasme et de ressources à partager.
C'est un livre à son image, qui apporte une bonne vision de l'innovation à mon sens.
Ouvrage qui m'a permit de structurer ma vison de l'innovation.
Je m'intéresse plus à l’entreprenariat qu'au monde des startups mais il reste clairement une valeur ajouté à la lecture de ce livre.
Merci pour ce livre !
Photo Oprah Winfrey Autograph Signed 8 x 10
Photo Oprah Winfrey Autograph Signed 8 x 10
Photo Oprah Winfrey Autograph Signed 8 x 10 by undefined. Rated undefined out of 5 stars, with 99 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the "Oprah Winfrey" category.
The Beatles in Mono (The Complete Mono Recordings)
The Beatles in Mono (The Complete Mono Recordings)
A supposed Beatle nut, it's taken me until now to invest in 2009's The Beatles In Mono CD box set. And it is an investment. At £163 they're hardly giving them away, but by the end of side one of Please Please Me, not only do I consider it worth every penny but I feel compelled to write about what I'm hearing. 
Seven and a half years ago when the remastered back catalogue was released, I recall driving to every supermarket and music retailer in town (there were still several of those in 2009) to find a stereo box set. I hadn't pre-ordered but I had to have it. Ending up in Borders (happy memories), they were sold out. The sales assistant offered me the smaller, white Mono box behind the counter. More expensive than the stereo set and two albums short, I naively declined and ordered in the stereo set. It arrived and I loved it, albeit I haven't listened to Please Please Me or With The Beatles on headphones for seven and a half years due to the extreme panning on the stereo release rendering them almost unlistenable. 
Fast forward to 2017 and now decidedly less naïve regarding the consensus in Beatle circles that the mono mixes are far superior, I could wait no longer. Lacking sufficient funding or hi-fi equipment to justify purchasing the now-wonderfully tempting Beatles In Mono vinyl, analogue remasters, I opted to buy the CD set. The original limited edition run has been indefinitely extended and it's still relatively easy to find on Amazon (beware of counterfeit copies from third party sellers and Ebay). Although the noble compact disc is maligned as a dying format in the wake of online streaming and vinyl's resurgence, it cannot be disputed the package is a beautiful thing to behold. There are no jewel cases and folded lyric sheets here: 10 albums and the singles/b-sides collection each in a miniature reproduction of the original vinyl sleeve complete with protective covers in an attractive gloss card box. I was a CD hold out  until relatively recently but even I now consume most of my music via streaming services and second hand vinyl; this may prove to be my big last hurrah CD purchase and if it is, it's certainly going out with a bang. 
There is nothing I can say about the music that hasn't been said a thousand times already, other than to say if I listened to each song a thousand times, it couldn't be enough. But I'm hearing new things here. Songs I've consumed obsessively since I was in single figures sound different. Immediately gone is the notion that I have re-bought albums that I already owned. I've only listened to Please Please Me and With The Beatles once apiece and even compared to the stereo remasters, on first listen I can draw up a list of killer moments that sound like I've never heard them before. George's guitar chops on Boys, every Lennon 'come on' in Please Please Me's  title track. McCartney's bass throughout. This is just the Hofner. I'm literally wetting myself excited to get to the Rickenbacker 4001 in the mid-sixties. 
The only negative feedback I have seen relates to the fact that it's a cash in by Apple. Of course it is! Haven't we all been Beatles fans long enough to know that Apple knows how high demand still is for their product and that they charge accordingly? That's capitalism Beatle fans; they don't owe you a cheap mono remasters set because you bought the cassettes legally in the 80s. But had each stereo remaster included a mono bonus disc as some suggest it should have, the quality of this package should still tempt a lot of purchasers despite the price. This is the greatest pop music ever made, the way the band wanted it to be heard and sounding better than ever before. Don't resist it if you're at all tempted. These are not the albums you own already, they are better. And I haven't even listed to Revolver or Pepper yet. 
Through The Storm (Deluxe Edition)
Through The Storm (Deluxe Edition)
Excellent reissue concept from Funky Town Grooves (along with two other Aretha albums) but this 1989 album itself is pretty weak and one can only cringe when listening to some of the lyrics and production. The James Brown duet is annoying and pointless, the remixes will make you hate it even more, the Elton duet is forgettable, has no real hook. The standout track is the first single "If Ever a Love There Was", the closing track of the original album, a similar track to Whitney Houston "Where You Are". Lots of Whitney duet remixes on CD2 make it better and potentially worth for collectors. The sound quality is great, liner notes are informative.
Aloe Cadabra Flavored Personal Lube for Oral Sex, Best Organic Edible Lubricant for Men, Women and Couples, Pina Colada, 2.5 Ounce
Aloe Cadabra Flavored Personal Lube for Oral Sex, Best Organic Edible Lubricant for Men, Women and Couples, Pina Colada, 2.5 Ounce
This stuff is hard to talk about but I want to help others out there with issues like mine. I'm a BRCA+ survivor of estrogen receptor-positive breast cancer. Chemotherapy at age 40 put me in peri-menopause, and then having both my ovaries removed at 42 finished the job. Because of my cancer history, I can't take hormone replacement therapy. Before the cancer, I already had problems with pain during intercourse (called "vulvitis" or "vulvodynia" by doctors, treated with a steroid cream with marginal success).

So the deck was stacked against me (and my poor husband) when it came to having comfortable sex. I've used various other lubricants, but Aloe Cadabra (natural/original aloe formulation) is the first one that really WORKS, not just to make sex more comfortable but to make my lady parts feel better every day. I apply a dab of it every day after showering. The aloe gives it a pleasing (but subtle) cool sensation going in. At my first gynecologist visit after I started using it, my doc was kind of shocked. She was like, "whoa, your vulva looks great!" Need I say more? I'd like to give it a star rating of "infinity."
Java: A Beginner's Guide, Sixth Edition
Java: A Beginner's Guide, Sixth Edition
I teach computer programming at the local community college and use this as my text for an intro Java class. The level of detail is excellent. The author provides useful reference tables for key concepts and clear examples. Unusually, the text also provides answers to the 10 or so questions and exercises at the end of each chapter, which is critical for students to be able to learn on their own without teachers releasing answer keys.

The sequence of the concepts is not exactly what I would use with somebody who has never programmed before. For example, introducing for() loops in the second chapter before covering arrays and indexing is great for somebody familiar with the concept of iteration and looping, but not something that's easy for a beginner to grasp during, say, the second week of writing code of any kind. This is not a detraction from the book, just a note in terms of timing.

It's size is also un-intimidating for beginning students, unlike some intro texts that are 600+ dense pages. This is important.
Carhartt Men's Workwear Jersey Pocket Long-Sleeve Shirt K126 (Regular and Big & Tall Sizes)
Carhartt Men's Workwear Jersey Pocket Long-Sleeve Shirt K126 (Regular and Big & Tall Sizes)
I bought this shirt (made in Haiti) and one other in a different color. (Blue) made in Mexico. I can't believe how thin the material is in them. Not the carhartt quality I had come to know over the years. I always bought carhartt shirts and products because of how nice and thick the material was. I wanted the same in this long sleeve shirt for warmth. Not the case at all, and way too big. I put this shirt on over another long sleeve shirt with a short sleeve t shirt under that, and it still hung 6 - 8 inches below my waist. Im about 6 ft 190 & these T's are too big. I still may have lived with that , knowing they will likely shrink over time, but it is so cheaply made there is no way im keeping it. I bought a gildan at the same time for $6.40 and I can honestly say the quality of that shirt is at very least as good as these carhartt shirts. Carhartt is charging $20 to $40. I'm guessing its because they are now selling their logo now more then a quality product. I don't leave many comments here on Amazon but I've never felt so disappointed about something. Carhartt seems to be following others like Nike etc, who made a great name for themselves because they made great products, then got greedy and no longer care about the quality only the logo. Sending both shirts back, and going to a department store where i can see and feel the quality of what I'm buying. This is one problem I see with the future of Amazon. Quality will go down because companies (like Carhartt) will bank on the fact that many will not take time to return items or write reviews. Get with it Carhartt or I'm taking my business elsewhere. I added some pictures here. I hung these shirts against a sliding glass window with the sun behind to show how thin they are. As a comparison, I hung a 5 year old carhartt short sleeve shirt (blue) that has been washed and dried dozens and dozens of times. It is still thicker then the brand new shirt that I just received. I also took pics of the white $20 carhartt and the 6.40 competitor shirt. Yes, the carhartt has a pocket. But the material is terrible. Not paying $15 xtra dollars for a pocket. There is also one picture showing how huge it fits.
PILOT FriXion Fineliner Erasable Marker Pens, Fine Point, Assorted Color Inks, 12-Pack (11452)
PILOT FriXion Fineliner Erasable Marker Pens, Fine Point, Assorted Color Inks, 12-Pack (11452)
They are really cool to write with. 2 of the colours (yellow and light green) might as well be highlighters although highlighters would be more visible at least but in general I am pretty happy with the pens. What I really don't like is the bumpy eraser but I guess it's why it's called Frixion. These are really good value for the price and the colours are really "college like", which is great for marking notes/legends on different topics. That's what I use them for. When you're in uni, colour code everything. Legend. I love colourful pens and I love how Pilot is a trusted quality Made in Japan stationery items that never disappoint.
Esright Metal Detector for Adult, Gold Detector with Waterproof Sensitive Search Coil, All Metal, P/P & Disc Modes, 42-53 Inch Adjustable Height, Lightweight Metal Detector for Adults & Kids
Esright Metal Detector for Adult, Gold Detector with Waterproof Sensitive Search Coil, All Metal, P/P & Disc Modes, 42-53 Inch Adjustable Height, Lightweight Metal Detector for Adults & Kids
I got this for parts (the handle & shaft). It can detect a penny about 5 to 6 inches deep in the ground, which makes it a very low end metal detector. High detectors can detect a penny about 2 feet down. But for the price you can't really complain. I've seen a $254 detector being tested on Youtube that can detect a penny about 18 inches, which is amazing for the price. If you want one that detects a penny 2 feet down you'll have to pay at least a $1000, to the best of my knowledge.
Spider-Man: Far From Home
Spider-Man: Far From Home
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is beginning to show chinks in its armor. It had one of the most incredible runs in film history. 2008’s Iron Man was a game changer. Later that year The Incredible Hulk was released which was very mixed and people try to forget about. Two years later however Iron Man 2 came out and then things just took off. Every now and then there were some questionable moves however. The mood of Thor Dark World in 2013 was not loved by everyone. I wasn’t that thrilled by 2016’s Doctor Strange, but it grew on me, but I’m still not sure that’s a character interesting enough to carry a film. Most important however was 2019’s Captain Marvel which I thought suffered from horrible writing. I felt no connection to that film at all and was never excited about it. It was the first straight Marvel dud. Spider-Man Far From Home is supposed to be the finale of all those films that built up to the Avengers and then concluded with Endgame. Unfortunately, it too had some really horrible writing that destroyed what could have been a good film.

The movie focuses upon Peter Parker and his class debate team going on a European tour. Nick Fury shows up and says that Parker has to be an Avenger instead of running after his school friends and MJ. Fury introduces Mysterio who says he is a soldier from the future attempting to stop these monsters called the Elementals from destroying the Earth. There’s a constant tension between Parker wanting to have a teen’s life and his responsibilities of being a super hero in the Avengers, especially after Tony Stark’s died. That latter point is brought up constantly with images of Iron Man throughout and Fury constantly berating Parker about how he has to be an adult and not a kid. This was basically a coming of age theme.

The major problem comes from some horrible writing. For example, After Parker and Mysterio defeat an Elemental in Venice they go for a drink in a bar. They both have their suits on and no masks and they talk about the passing of Stark and being a hero. There are people all around them acting like two superheroes aren’t sitting with them exposing their secret identities. Some of the comedy works, and other times it’s just juvenile. For instance, Parker accidently sends a drone to kill a classmate while on the European bus tour. To distract people Parker yells “Baby goats” so people look out the bus window while he jumps through a vent in the roof, destroys the drone, and then jumps back in the bus like no one would see him. That’s like a cartoon scene. They keep on having things like this over and over like people won’t mind the suspension of reality and go for these ridiculous scenarios.

It’s not like the whole movie was bad, but there were just too many poor choices mixed in with the good that it wrecked the entire thing.
Adult Thor Hammer
Adult Thor Hammer
Totally awesome. Yes: it is hard plastic and hollow. And it’s not quite 1:1. But what it lacks in realism it more than makes up for in value and look. Will you look super cool holding it while sipping a latte waiting to cross the street on the way to work? No. Absolutely not and please don’t do that. Now, will you look cool pretending you’re Cap in Endgame when he holds Mjolnir before the big assault? Oh. Yeah. And while sitting in the couch. And even while standing in your balcony trying to draw down lighting. Just do it in pants (trust me). It’s a toy, after all, so it’s all plastic. Can you cosplay with it? Absolutely. I wouldn’t advise hammering anything though.
Us (4K UHD)
Us (4K UHD)
The first half is outstanding. Lupita Nyong'o is excellent as always -- she's a moody complex character which makes complete sense after the "big reveal."

Once that "big reveal" happens, suspending disbelief is difficult, even for a horror movie. It is almost as if they came up with the main premise, than spit-balled an explanation. The explanation / back story is so absurd it requires way too much exposition.

Here's hoping Peele gets more grounded in his third act.
Nature's Bounty Optimal Solutions Hair, Skin & Nails Formula, 60 Coated Caplets
Nature's Bounty Optimal Solutions Hair, Skin & Nails Formula, 60 Coated Caplets
I love these vitamins, and find them to be a bit cheaper on Amazon. I've been taking them for at least a year and a half, maybe two years now. When I take them as directed (3 per day) my skin is as clear as it has ever been. Sometimes I fall off for days and don't take them as directed (maybe one per day) simply because I don't like taking pills. During those times, it is easy to notice the difference in my skin (it becomes dry, blotchy and overall terrible). As for my hair and nails, I'm not really sure of the effect these vitamins have, but I don't think they've had a negative effect. I say this because when it comes to my nails, they've always grown curved to one side, so I cut them often. In regards to my hair, I've been natural for quite a few years and my hair began to grow very quickly when I stopped using relaxers. Could the vitamins be causing my hair to grow and stay healthy? Maybe, but I can't definitely confirm it.

The item was delivered quickly, and is as described. Packaging was just fine, and the vitamins are the same ones that I find in local stores.
Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Unicorn Shapes Dinner (5.5 oz Box)
Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Unicorn Shapes Dinner (5.5 oz Box)
How cute are these?!?! My 9 year old daughter LOVED this. She does not get to eat macaroni and cheese very often, it is a treat about once a month. She was so excited to see these shapes in her bowl. She said the cheese was better tasting than regular macaroni and cheese and the noodles were yummy too. Great for the unicorn lover in your family!
War and Peace (AmazonClassics Edition)
War and Peace (AmazonClassics Edition)
Confession: I read this classic novel by Leo Tolstoy for one reason. When I define who I am, one of the words I use is "reader." And I got it in my head that if I am a real reader, then there are certain books I must be able to say I have read, and "War and Peace" is at the top of that list.

The Big Surprise: It's a good book! I mean it. It's really good. OK, I admit I am surprised by that. I didn't expect to actually enjoy reading it (I thought it might be a slog) and to look forward to picking it up again each day—but I did.

This is a book about change on all levels—in families, society, and the nation—and the effect of that change on individual lives, be it for better or worse or caused by destiny or free will. In addition, it's a treatise about the nightmare and ultimate hypocrisy of war, as well as the effect of religion and spirituality on individual happiness. Perhaps best of all, this novel is filled with enchanting stories of love and treachery and of heroes and villains.

Reading "War and Peace" is not like reading other books, even other long classics written in the 1800s. Reading "War and Peace" is more like an event or an experience. And when you finish it, it's an accomplishment. Why? It's long. (Really, really long. As in more than 1,200 pages.) That means it's a major commitment of time and energy.

Also, it's more than a novel. (Even Tolstoy didn't think of it as a novel.) It's a philosophical treatise—a heavy, weighty, thoughtful dissertation on God, self-awareness, free will, love, death, and war. Add to this a convoluted plot and characters so numerous you will need a cheat sheet just to follow along, and you have what can seem to be a daunting challenge just to read it from beginning to end.

Two things are essential: The right translation and the aforementioned character cheat-sheet.

Advice on the translation: I purchased three Kindle versions of "War and Peace," and the third one (the Maude translation published on AmazonClassics) was the charm.

• The first edition I purchased was translated from Russian into English by Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky but preserved all the French. In the early 1800s, which is the time period in which the book takes place, the Russian upper classes spoke French, and Tolstoy was true to the times. My edition offered French translations via the footnotes, but I found that cumbersome, and I didn't remember enough of my college-level French to get by on my own. That said, this is an excellent version, which many highly recommend if you can manage the French.

• The second was an excellent translation by Louise Maude and Ayler Maude, which included translations of both the Russian and French.

• The third one published for the Kindle by AmazonClassics was also a Maude translation but included the Kindle X-ray feature, which is extraordinary. Each character's description is quite thorough and truly helps you place the person in the story. This is the one I read, simply because of the X-ray feature.

Advice on a Character Cheat-Sheet: You will need this if you don't have the Kindle X-ray feature—and even if you do have X-ray, you may want it in addition. I found two "War and Peace" character lists on Wikipedia: one is in alphabetical order (nine pages printed) and the other is by order of appearance (seven pages printed). In addition to printing them, I cut and pasted them into Word and then put them on my Kindle using the "send to Kindle" feature. This is the only way I could keep track of all the characters. That said, the character descriptions on the Kindle X-ray and from Wikipedia offer some plot spoilers, but it's worth it. Once you've read about 200 pages of "War and Peace," you will know all the characters so the cheat sheet isn't necessary for long.

Don't be afraid to read this incredible Russian classic. It's been around for so many years for a reason: It's a great book. It's great literature. And it is so worth the time and effort.
The Alchemist (Korean Edition)
The Alchemist (Korean Edition)
My parents really enjoyed the book and is sharing it with their friends. The message is loud and clear in any language. So grateful I was able to share it with people I love.
The Bourne Identity - Un nome senza volto: Jason Bourne vol. 1 (Serie Jason Bourne) (Italian Edition)
The Bourne Identity - Un nome senza volto: Jason Bourne vol. 1 (Serie Jason Bourne) (Italian Edition)
Ormai sono passati 6 anni da quando ho acquistato e letto questo libro, ero convinto di aver già scritto una recensione, invece....mi sbagliavo!
Mi sono avvicinato alla serie Jason Bourne dopo aver visto i film (il primo lo presi in dvd in edicola) ed essermi appassionato alla storia.
Veniamo subito ai fatti: chi si aspetta un libro per "approfondire" quanto visto nel film, ha sbagliato indirizzo! il libro è molto diverso (ed ha molto più senso). A chi critica tali diversità, vorrei ricordare che il film è "basato su..." e non una ricostruzione cinematografica del libro.
Resta la storia di un agente operativo della CIA che ha perso la memoria, viene ripescato dal mare nel sud della Francia....ed inizia la storia de "l'uomo senza volto"; di come inizi ad ingegnarsi per trovare uno spazio al mondo, necessario per arrivare a quelle risposte, le cui domande, gli impediscono di capire chi è!
L'incontro ed il viaggio con Marie e....della missione "Caine ", da cui è nato tutto.
Dal mio punto di vista, il libro può definirsi "conclusivo" e lo consiglio vivamente
Dragon Ball Color Cell nº 01/06 (Manga Shonen) (Spanish Edition)
Dragon Ball Color Cell nº 01/06 (Manga Shonen) (Spanish Edition)
Comprado el día de su lanzamiento a 10.30 €.

Como han comentado ya, la calidad de color y viñetas es muy bueno.

Por otro lado, no trae la viñeta final, además del cambio de color (en la original japonesa era verde, a juego con Célula) y en el lomo aparece un logo de Planeta distinto al de las 2 primeras sagas (ahora Planeta Comic, antes Planeta DeAgostini).
Astro Boy Omnibus Volume 2
Astro Boy Omnibus Volume 2
Like Astro Boy Omnibus Volume 1, this is thick with stories as they originally ran, but adjusted for English speakers. Excellent printings and engrossing. Wonderful details that didn't make it into the first few seasons adapted for the US and is well worth the money. Only for those who really are interested in Astro Boy and his creator, Mr. Osamu Tezuka the Walt Disney of Japan.
Book of List
Book of List
I've been looking for a copy of this book ever since I lent my own copy to someone who never returned it. This edition (1978) lists the most tentalising and at the same time unsettling facts.

Like this: The Most Hated Persons in History, which Adolf Hitler spearheads from 1970 to 1976 except when overtaken twice by Nixon in 1972 and 1973! Until today, I've found that very unsettling!! I wondered: Who could ever be more hated than that little most brainless Austrian man-butcher of all times...? Nixon might have been a bastard, but more hated than Hitler? Very, very unsettling indeed.

Another favourite of mine: 10 Words You Can't Pronounce Correctly: Like "data", "version" and "gratis"...Nowadays one can easily find out in the web. And I suggest you should!

And then there are the toughest tongue twisters: "The sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep's sick." - Ain't that great! Do try.
Or try this one: "If a three-month truce is a truce in truth, Is rthe truth of a truce in truth a three-month truce?"

What do you think about this: 7 Future Wonders Of The World, in which the CHANNEL TUNNEL ranks no. one: "The construction of a tunnel under the English Channel to link England and continental Europe (...) was originally proposed in 1802.(...) The project has not yet been realized; (...) .
WOW! Living in Europe, everybody knows now, in 2012, that the Chunnel (= Channel-Tunnel) exists!!!
Great, great "Future Wonder"...

This Book of Lists just goes on and on with astounding facts of the late 70s, with amusing insights of those days, when the polls were navigated by very personal insights instead of wikipedian knowledge.

All in all it's a catalogue raisonne of all the things you've ever wanted to know, or never cared about.
That's exactly why everybody should own this Book of Lists.
If any editor should ever have the idea of repeating the identical polls, I'd be the first buyer of an "Updated Book of Lists"...

Thanks a lot to the seller, the quality of the exemplar I purchased from you is really outstanding; taking into account that it is almost 35 years of age.
Naruto - Tome 5 (Shonen Kana) (French Edition)
Naruto - Tome 5 (Shonen Kana) (French Edition)
Je suis déçu il y a un problème avec ce tome. Il Manque les pages 97 à 128. En faite quand j'arrive à la page 97 sa reprend à la page 65 jusqu'à 96 et ensuite ça reprend la suite normalement à partir de 129 jusqu'à la fin. Sinon il était en très bonne état. Mais étant pressé de l'avoir dans ma collection et de lire la suite sans qu'il m'en manque 1 morceau je l'ai racheté en magasin.
The Money Changers
The Money Changers
Unless you're really into money matters and banking, I found this book somewhat boring and violent in some spots. It has an interesting story line as far as some of the characters go, but the author delves pretty deeply into the banking business. It suprised me because I really enjoyed Mr. Hailey's other books which prompted me to read this one. To his credit, he does seem to really investigate the operations of his targets, Airport and Hotel for instance.
Westworld
Westworld
Great restoration and HD master of this classic sci-fi action film (with the usual stew of Crichton ideas to keep you thinking). The HBO reimagining of this film really left me wanting to revisit this.

In this arguably dated film, the robots are made of transistors and wires ("high tech" in 1973), but in the world of this film, they "look real, feel real, and bleed like real humans." That bit in the pre-titles "ad" isn't accidental. Crichton imagined an "amusement park" where you can fight with simulated people, go upstairs with the pretty girls at the saloon, and shoot up the gunfighters (or the sheriff!). All with impunity. You can do what you want. ... Think about that. The HBO series followed this to its ultimate conclusion, gore and all, and I can't say it's an improvement. Let the viewer's imagination fill in the gaps. Even with the 1970s fashions and rustic "futuristic" production design, this tale is still compelling.

James Brolin and Richard Benjamin are great in this, as is the supporting cast, but Yul Brynner steals the show. A consummate actor, dancer, musician, photographer, Crichton hired him to play a robotic allusion to his character Chris from the classic western 
THE MARRIAGE RISK (Midnight Sons Book 2)
THE MARRIAGE RISK (Midnight Sons Book 2)
I enjoyed this saga by Debbie Macomber. This is like a 6 part story of several people in a remote part of Alaska. Basically, there are not many women to choose from in this place and some of the men devise a plan to attract more women to the area. Their plan works and the romances begin. The writing is sweet and it is nice to learn the characters and see some of the relationships continue to blossom in future books. Read this book, along with Bride for Brothers, Ending in Marraige and Falling for Him
Nick of Time
Nick of Time
Take a sexy hero out to save... Santa? and hook him up with a woman named Mary Christmas and what do you have? A very good, heartwarming Christmas story... with intrigue! I love this side of the author, the light, funny side. Ever since I read her book, To Kiss a Frog (please author, turn it into an e-book!!) I waited for another book along the same line. Needless to say, Nick of Time fits the bill for me. I purchased the paperback in 2008 and now the e-book because I want it on my keeper shelf to enjoy, not just at the holidays, but year-round. If you're looking for a Intrigue story with a feel-good ending that will also make you smile, this is the book for you!
If I Were You (Inside Out Series Book 1)
If I Were You (Inside Out Series Book 1)
First of a trilogy, and a first read for me by this author. The blurb says this is Fifty Shades of Grey meets Basic instincts. So far in this first story I am not seeing either of those.
Sara McMillan is an English teacher, she appears to just plod along in life, no boyfriends or casual relationships either. Her best friend Emma has left a journal in Sara's flat, and although she knows she shouldn't she reads it. Believing it to be Emma's, what she reads shocks her. Sara didn't think for a minute that her friend Emma was into the sort of things described there. But when Emma arrives she laughs that Sara thought this journal was hers. Emma looking to make some money had bought up the contents of some storage units where the owners had failed to keep up the rents. This journal was inside one of the units. Emma announces that her rich doctor boyfriend David whom she has only known for three months has proposed and they are off to Paris. Sara is concerned she has only met this guy once herself. But Emma is ecstatic and will not hear anything negative, regarding her plans.

Emma gifts Sara the contents of the storage units. So begins Sara's obsession with finding the owner of the journal. After visiting the storage unit Sara discovers that there are more journals. The author a woman named Rebecca worked at "Riptide" a well known and respected art Gallery. Without going into too much detail, Sara after attending an evening function at said gallery manages to wangle herself a job there. As school is out for the summer, this presents no problem. Plus quite conveniently Sara has a degree in Art, and interned at an art museum.
The enigmatic and powerful manager Mark Compton sees something in Sara and is keen for her to do well. Sara is rather intimidated by Mark. Then there is Chris Merit the famous painter, who is attracted to Sara, she in turn finds him totally fascinating. They very quickly embark on a torrid affair.

I liked this first installment very much. The characters are well drawn. Everyone has secrets just waiting to come out. What is Mark really after, Chris is obviously tormented by something in his past, and as for Rebecca the whole reason for Sara being there we do not find out very much except that she is on an open ended vacation. Has something bad happened to her or not? I thought Sara should have been a little more concerned about her best friend Emma, rather than some stranger she has never met. Because it seemed to me that Sara just wants to live Rebecca's life, and escape from her own monotonous existence. For those readers who are more mystery and suspense fans this might not be your thing, as that part of the story is not very prominent. In fact this is what I would class as an erotic romance. There are some hints to BDSM, but that is all. Whether that will be expanded on in the next book we shall have to wait and see. As to who is the un-named man in the journals, there are clues, but they could be red herrings.
This certainly was an addictive read, I eagerly await the next book.
Bleach, Vol. 53: The Deathberry Returns 2
Bleach, Vol. 53: The Deathberry Returns 2
Things are heating up in the arch and a few of the captain's and other members of the 13 court guard squads have come to help Ichigo, was it at the request of Urahara or someone else? Love some of the new looks, Rukia seems to have gained power with her new look.

Love Kenpachi
Zombiepowder, Vol. 2
Zombiepowder, Vol. 2
This is a Tite Kubo manga, so it's not exactly surprising that there's at least one woman with impossibly big breasts.

But the second volume of the short-lived "Zombie Powder" has more than just a gutsy girl journalist in store -- it also reveals the true ghastly power of the Rings of the Dead, and unveils a new villain who's even rottener than the last. And through it all, Kubo fills the story with plenty of action, humor, and little spurts of horror.

Gamma, Elwood and Smith barely escape the exploding bandits' lair, courtesy of Smith's self-destruct device ("Don't measure the explosives by EYE!"). Soon they encounter Robin-Hoodlike journalist Wolfina, who has devoted her life and skills to destroying criminals and their organizations. Gamma saves her from an assassin, but she has a very odd reaction when he asks about the Rings.

Then the evil Balmunk the Mystic tries to take over a nearby hospital -- and after driving him off, Gamma reveals the true, horrific nature of the Rings. Turns out that one of them made their way into Wolfina's younger brother -- and now Balmunk is determined to get it out of him. And he isn't too concerned how it's done.

The biggest shocker in "Zombie Powder Volume 2" concerns the Rings of the Dead -- turns out they're evil little life-sucking monstrosities that sprout fat tentacular arms. It's symptomatic of the darker, slightly more nightmarish tone of this volume, compared to the straightforward bloody violence of the first.

But Kubo's style is still very much here -- lots of cocky characters getting into loud fights, long lanky bodies, over-the-top fights, punching and Gamma's fiery black sword techniques. But in this story, he starts weaving in more sinister overtones -- such as Balmunk's sadistic offer to let Wolfina lovingly take care of Emilio's headless body.

And he adds in some nicely creepy stuff, like the tentacle-hands and the bloodthirsty circus. But Kubo doesn't forget to lighten stuff up with some funny moments, such as Gamma going berserk at an assassin for knocking stuff off a bureau, or at Smith for building his own massive bombs ("DON'T MEASURE THE TIMER USING A SODA CAN!").

Wolfina makes a good addition to the cast -- she's strong, independent, gutsy and definitely no damsel. And Kubo does a great job building her character quickly, complete with bloodstained flashbacks. Smith and Elwood take a backseat in this volume, so that the increasingly quirky, increasingly powerful Gamma can gain Wolfina's trust. If she doesn't bludgeon him to death with her tripod of justice, that is.

This volume also has Kubo's first story, "Ultra Unholy Hearted Machine." It's about a man's personal and professional vendetta against a massive drug cartel, accompanied by a perky robot called Tinatina. It's an impressive piece of work considering that Kubo wrote it when he was eighteen, with nicely gritty action and some brilliant use of flashbacks -- though it's lacking his distinctive strong, angular faces.

The second volume of "Zombie Powder" expands the sci-fi/western style into mild horror, and introduces a nicely horrible villain. Too bad there's so little left to come.
The Quest (The Egyptian Series Book 4)
The Quest (The Egyptian Series Book 4)
First of all, if you are new to either Wilbur Smith's writings or the Taita series at all, stop reading now and go look at "River God." This is NOT the book to start with and, quite possibly, not the book to finish with...or read at all. Honestly, there's enough elements in it that you know it's Smith writing but this book is such a departure from River God and other books in the series that you do spend much of the story simply scratching your head. I don't want to get into the whys and wherefores of the story because, if you have read the other books, many spoilers await you. However, despite that, you may find yourself like me where you're wondering exactly where Smith is taking Taita in this journey. Plus, you may also find your willingness to suspend disbelief strained to the utmost with some of the details - and this is even while knowing this is historical fiction. There were points in the novel where I simply went, "Oh, come on, this is ridiculous." Escapist elements in the story became belabored and tired - especially in the storylines involving Taita and the goddess, Eos, and Taita and Fenn. Again, without getting into details, I will say that both storylines seemed overdone but the one with Taita and Fenn especially (and you'll understand better if/when you read the book) just left me with a feeling of creeped-out distaste. Finally, there is one glaring continuity error concerning Fenn that drove me crazy for the entire book and I haven't noticed it mentioned in other reviews so I might be the only one who found it annoying...but it was there. If Smith offered explanation for it anywhere, I missed it.

If you don't know it before now, Stephen King is quoted naming Smith as the best historical novelist in the world on the book's cover. As you read this novel, you realize it's probably because King's and Smith's writing styles are so similar. There's certainly enough sex and violence to satisfy any King or Smith fan. The book is definitely good for a diversion and Smith's ability to tell a tale is still present. I followed the story with a great amount of interest despite my growing dissatisfaction with Taita's path so I do credit Smith's storytelling ability with that more than anything else. In the end though, I was not as pleased as with the other novels.

I was still sitting there....scratching my head.
Invitation to Murder by Rex Stout (1998-01-03)
Invitation to Murder by Rex Stout (1998-01-03)
One of the nice features of the Nero Wolfe saga is the combination of genres that Rex Stout accomplishes. He takes the "Agatha Christie-esque" drawing room mystery and sets "Dashiel Hammet-ish" detectives to solve it. This mystery is prototypical Nero Wolfe. An heiress dies of ptomaine poisoning and her disinherited brother summons Archie Goodwin (a Sam Spade/Philip Marlowe clone) to the mansion to find the killer among the sycophants of the fabulously wealthy wheelchair-bound widower. The brother dies violently in the house, and Archie Goodwin tricks Nero Wolfe (a sort of cross between Mycroft Holmes and the Continental Op) into coming to the mansion to solve the mystery. Wolfe quickly solves it in true Mycroftian fashion, but has to commit a felony to smoke out the murderer.
Harry and Son
Harry and Son
Having enjoyed watching the movie years ago, I picked up the Blu-ray when it came out. Paul Newman plays Harry Keach, a father whose cinematic, playful wrecking-ball operator career is over and who can't bring himself to take a lesser position. Robbie Benson plays his son Howard, an aspiring - but as-yet unsuccessful writer - who does car detailing for a little money and surfing for more fun and shows a lot of skin. Harry tells Howard to get a "real" job instead. Each has friends and relatives willing to help out. Howard has an ex-girlfriend with a big problem. Harry shuts down. Howard opens up. The need to seek and step up to opportunities in difficult times is the main theme.

One gets to see Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward working together. Morgan Freeman plays a supervisor in a box factory in which Howard tries to work. Ossie Davis's character owns a truck Howard is supposed to repossess. Ellen Barkin gets to play Howard's ex-girlfriend. There is a lot of talent in the supporting cast.

The Blu-ray picture and sound are very good. In addition to the film itself, the only extras are the still photos on the jacket and the opportunity to choose between eight chapters. Although IMDB shows the film at 120 minutes, the actual timing agrees with the film case at 117 minutes. I noticed nothing missing.

"Harry & Son" makes a worthwhile bargain Blu-ray entertainment. See Paul Newman tear down buildings and Robbie Benson surf and type too!
Snatch - Season 01
Snatch - Season 01
Loved the movie nand the show is pretty good and funny. But didn't watch it on Amazon and don't understand why anyone would when you can watch is On Crackle for free is a Crackle original series maybe when you watch in on Amazon you don't have ads or commercials like you do on Crackle but the ads/commercials arnt bad 60sec tops
Harry Potter i el pres d'Azkaban (HARRY POTTER LUXE) (Catalan Edition)
Harry Potter i el pres d'Azkaban (HARRY POTTER LUXE) (Catalan Edition)
Una pasada para los forofos de Harry, mi hijo mayor disfruta como un loco de estos libros de Harry, los va alternando en diferentes idiomas y está encantado. Los recomendamos a todos los que tengáis hijos que amen la lectura y amen a Harry porque disfrutarán mucho y mucho, además estos modelos son baratos y abultan poco.
Europa Universalis IV: What If? the Anthology of Alternate History
Europa Universalis IV: What If? the Anthology of Alternate History
The concept of alternative history is great and quite underused in modern literature (to my taste). Combining this with the fact that 3 stories in this book actually come from the Europa Universalis community, made this book very attractive to me.

Like many collections of short stories, the quality of these stories themselves varies a lot: some are great while others are frankly quite boring, depending on the topic and on who writes them. There is also a lack of diversity in the topic chosen for the stories: of course, because it's related to Europa Universalis IV, there is a lot of similarities, but after the third alternative Napoleon story in the same book, I was really done with the little Corsican man.

This anthology is a good idea to be recommended to fans of the game Europa Universalis, and of alternative history in general, but don't expect your mind to be blown.
Beistle Printed Castle Door and Window Props, 16" to 5' 4", 9 Pieces In Package
Beistle Printed Castle Door and Window Props, 16" to 5' 4", 9 Pieces In Package
These are very fun! We used them for a blue ad gold scout banquet and they were a BIG hit with the kids and adults alike. Be aware that they come on a big sheet of plastic (like the disposable tablecloths) so you have to cut them out. Not an easy task, especially in the middle of preparing for a party. This left me more than a little frazzled by my lack of planning when I didn't open the package until set-up time! If they had been individually cut..they would have gotten 5 stars from me. For the price, it was great...but..the cutting was a lot of work!
EcoSmart 8 KW Electric Tankless Water Heater, 8 KW at 240 Volts with Patented Self Modulating Technology
EcoSmart 8 KW Electric Tankless Water Heater, 8 KW at 240 Volts with Patented Self Modulating Technology
This unit was installed as an under sink heater using standard water lines. I have installed another manufacturer’s product other places but decided to try this one. It basically works and is relatively slow to initially heat the water, 10 to 12 seconds, but it is the connections that are the nightmare. It uses 5/8 compression connections that do not match up to normal water lines, it is meant for only 1/2” copper pipes. The adapters to 1/2 inch that are included are also meant only for use with copper pipes. If you use only them to get to 1/2 inch sink supply lines, they will leak. I nearly returned the unit, but I came up with a hack that works. Buy a short length of 1/2” copper pipe, cut a ~2” length and stick it in the 5/8ths fitting on the ECO and slide on the ferrule. Now screw on the adapter, using 2 wrenches to make sure you don’t damage the heater. Don’t scratch or bend the ferrule or pipe and clean off any burrs. Make sure the copper pipe in the adapter will not interfere with the 1/2 inch supply line you will be attaching. Easy enough, but it took me hours to come up with it. So far, after 2 days, my installation isn’t leaking. This could have all be avoided if they had 1/2” connectors on the unit, itself. Other manufacturers have better connectors for home installation.
Uncle Jack Charging Dock Airpods Apple Watch Stand Bamboo Wood Charging Station Desk Organization Compatible with AirPods/Apple Watch Series3/2/1/iPhone
Uncle Jack Charging Dock Airpods Apple Watch Stand Bamboo Wood Charging Station Desk Organization Compatible with AirPods/Apple Watch Series3/2/1/iPhone
This is a really nice item. It's a solid piece of bamboo with milled cutouts. This gives it some weight so it doesn't slide about or tip as you're placing/removing your phone and watch. I wanted one where the phone would sit horizontally and this was one of the few choices and I'm not disappointed at all. The charger for my Fossil Gen 5 fits in the cutout just fine. I believe the Gen 4 Fossils use the same charger. The only Cons (and they are very minor) is it would be nice if the watch holder could be on either side and if there was a choice of what type of cable to include for the one that's embedded into the earbuds charging pocket.
Ailaka Women’s Premium Thick Sheepskin Insoles/Inserts, Warm Fluffy Fleece Wool Replacement Insoles for Shoes Boots Slippers
Ailaka Women’s Premium Thick Sheepskin Insoles/Inserts, Warm Fluffy Fleece Wool Replacement Insoles for Shoes Boots Slippers
Researched a lot of sheepskin innersoles before deciding on these and I couldn't be happier. The base of the sole is made from 100% completely natural skin with the upper sheepskin footbed sewn on tightly. This means that the innersoles have a perfect stiffness to them and they will not ruck up or move around in your footwear, whilst still remaining pliable enough to freely flex with your foot. They are also totally breathable unlike synthetic soles. The sheepskin is very dense and plush - in fact it's so generous that on the initial wearing you might find that your boots and shoes feel too snug before the fibres bed-down through wear. If you're looking to revive Uggs to their former squiggyness then these are perfect to achieve that delicious 'new Uggs' feel. I have mine in a pair of size UK6.5 Chameau wellies and they are absolute bliss for the feet and super warm and transform the feel of the boot. Please note that you will not be able to cut these to size as they are stitched around the edge. So be sure to order the exact size that you intend to put in your footwear. I ordered a UK7 in this innersole and they fit my wellies perfectly in width with just a slight extra gap at the toe length. But this is understandable as wellies are quite sloppy. If they were in a conventional fitted shoe or boot they would have been spot-on.
Excellent value for money and a great design and quality of materials and manufacture.
Foval Compatible with iPhone 12 Pro Max Privacy Screen Protector (3 Pack), (Bubble Free)(Case Friendly) Anti Spy Tempered Glass with Alignment Tool (6.7")
Foval Compatible with iPhone 12 Pro Max Privacy Screen Protector (3 Pack), (Bubble Free)(Case Friendly) Anti Spy Tempered Glass with Alignment Tool (6.7")
This privacy screen is way better than than the ones I’ve used in the past! I was skeptical at first because I had used privacy screen protectors before and they made my front facing camera take darker pictures or they were too thick and my touch didn’t respond on my phone or they were too dark to see through but this one is the best one I’ve ever got !! It’s very clear from front view but from a side perspective no one can ease drop on your screen !! I love it and I’m gonna buy one for my husband and my sons phone too !!
Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite (Aura Black, 8GB RAM, 128GB Storage) with No Cost EMI/Additional Exchange Offers
Samsung Galaxy Note10 Lite (Aura Black, 8GB RAM, 128GB Storage) with No Cost EMI/Additional Exchange Offers
1) Fingerprint- Ok, So a lot of people have issues with it and I agree with you all BUT listen me- the easiest way to solve it is register your thumb twice (or thrice which I did) and VOILA! It works absolutely amazing after that-and if you use power button before unlocking it with your thumb then you will get confuse why people were having so negative view regarding this amazing fingerprint sensor. The thing is while registering your finger second time use different angles as much as possible and If you are like me who don’t have issue registering thrice then you won’t face any issue
Fingerprint-Conclusion-Who registered twice- 80/100 (if power button NOT pressed) and if power button is used then- fingerprint working ratio is 95/100 ( and for those did thrice forget about issue-but remember-Different angles-okay!
Question-1- But why should I do that-is it not a flagship?- Answer at conclusion.
2) Battery- (Read complete before leaving-IMP) For a massive size of 4500 mah it disappointed me, I mean its not poor but it is not phenomenal either and bad thing about it is battery drop when phone is not in use (But still SOT is far better than OP-7T 3700mah-lemme explain)
With normal to heavy usage you will get around 5:05 to 6:15 (still with 20 to 28% left which I am not counting)
Now listen me carefully- To solve this issue there is a trick.
If you are a office guy or do work from home then this is definitely for you The phone has Power mode which three categories:- Balanced (default), Medium and Max battery saver. Choose the Medium option- (why?) It restrict CPU power to 70% and reduce MAX brightness level by 10% (which you can still stop if you want). “Believe me” Even on multiple app usage(25 apps at once) I have not faced a single drop in performance and even have played games like “Alto adventure” and “dan the man” (Mario of android) and everything ran smoothly with no issue as such.
I even went in sunlight to check how much brightness levels are reduced from max- Well everything was still pretty clear and you can reply messages or make call even in direct sunlight.
With that applied you will get an hour extra easily and also less battery drain in idle condition.
BONUS tip- if you are not in hurry then turn fast charging mode off and let it normal charge which will help in later years and preserve the battery.
Question 2- again why do all this if battery performance is not good? (answer in conclusion)
3) Cameras- Well rear cameras are flagship levels no doubt on that and it is having the most useful setup- 12MP ultrawide,12mp main and 12 mp telephoto (2x zoom without quality loss).
Unlike other brands no depth or macro sensor is given which is a wonderful thing because all these cameras are practical in real life unlike depth or macro.
Also video quality is amazing and OIS does its job phenomenally. So rear cameras are 10/10 which makes it most useful camera setup under 40k segment.
Front cameras- mmm many people are not happy with it and I understand that the optimisation done on front cam is pretty poor BUT (here comes the but again) to the surprise it is same sensor as S10 lite, it just needs the better software update.
QUICK-FIX- use google camera and see the wonders by yourself- you will clearly see the difference- and if you don’t know how to import the Google camera watch any reputed youtuber’s video(eg- technology jock)
4) General Usage- (S-pen-upcoming) Well as I have told you earlier I am using phone on medium power usage, I mean I was just testing it out and after that I forgot to turn it off because I didn’t even noticed any lag or performance issue it is that smooth and at a time I even had more than 10 apps running in background still not issue and I even played games like “alto adventure” and “dan the man” while this mode was on ( you should play alto adventure on this beautiful amoled display believe me it look wonderful)
So no matter how many apps you throw at it you will not face issues.
5) S-pen and headphone jack- If you have come this far reading my review let me tell you some more secrets(NOW READ IT*)- I got this phone at 31k (5000 citi back which I have NOT got back YET and 2000 for my father old phone) See the thing is both the S pen and the headphone you will NEVER get them at this price point. Whether it is One plus 7t or one plus nord none of them has them and the best thing is it is not Chinese. To be honest I never wanted the S-pen but what I wanted was a great set of camera which had great recording capabilities and a headphone jack to insert my mic and I watched more than 20 to 25 complete review to find great camera phone at this segment which was around 33k. Honestly I wanted S10-lite to be priced at 33k because it camera capabilities are phenomenal no one plus 8, vivo , oppo can come near it believe me. Not even Iphone SE but that never happen.
But what I got was this – quite unexpected, I knew two year old exonys will never be good decision but at 31k everything was justified to me so I went with this one.
For the questions that I placed at the top-
1) The answer is you have to register your thumb twice or thrice and this problem will never come to you believe me on that- there is no other way.- (register thrice with different angles until you feel satisfied.
2) Exonys are always been like that- The answer is to use its power uage modes- go for the medium and change setting of brightness to stay normal after that min 6 hours of Screen on time is not going anywhere .
And even if you don’t do that fast charger is pretty fast so on daily basis you won’t face any problems. Only in case of traveling you will notice it BUT for that there is MAX power saver which to surprise also allows youtube for some unknown reason. But is quite is useful if you want to binge watch some web series on youtube with the charger.
That is it for now- will update later.
Aurora Undefined
Aurora Undefined
One my favorite aspects of this book is the emphasis on the main character's relationship with her father. It is done well, and that is something I don't see very often in young adult novels. Overall I enjoyed the book very much-quite the page turner! I really loved how it puts trivial high school dramas in their proper place-low on the priority list. It was a tear-jerker, but at the same time relatable. It literally made me cry, and you really see through the eyes of the main character; it also fit the intended young adult audience well. I would recommend this book to a number of my friends!

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