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The Principles of Object-Oriented JavaScript
The Principles of Object-Oriented JavaScript
The Principles of Object-Oriented JavaScript by Nicholas C. Zakas. Rated 4.6 out of 5 stars, with 180 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the javascript category.
Learning Object-Oriented Programming
Learning Object-Oriented Programming
Learning Object-Oriented Programming by Gastón C. Hillar. Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars, with 3 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the javascript category.
Third-Party JavaScript
Third-Party JavaScript
Third-Party JavaScript by Ben Vinegar and Anton Kovalyov. Rated 4.4 out of 5 stars, with 11 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the javascript category.
Le parole che non ti ho detto
Le parole che non ti ho detto
Le parole che non ti ho detto by Nicholas Sparks and I Blu. Rated 4.2 out of 5 stars, with 44 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Nicholas Sparks category.
Sycamore Row[SYCAMORE ROW][Paperback]
Sycamore Row[SYCAMORE ROW][Paperback]
Sycamore Row[SYCAMORE ROW][Paperback] by JohnGrisham. Rated 4 out of 5 stars, with 1 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the John Grisham category.
Sorry, Right Number: And Other Stories
Sorry, Right Number: And Other Stories
Sorry, Right Number: And Other Stories by Stephen King , Joe Mantegna, et al.. Rated 4 out of 5 stars, with 37 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Stephen King category.
KOTLIN PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE: AN OUTLINE
KOTLIN PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE: AN OUTLINE
KOTLIN PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE: AN OUTLINE by KRANTHI KUMAR and CURIOSITY PUBLISHERS. Rated 1 out of 5 stars, with 1 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Kotlin programming category.
Software Architectures: Advances and Applications
Software Architectures: Advances and Applications
Software Architectures: Advances and Applications by Leonor Barroca, Jon Hall, et al.. Rated 1 out of 5 stars, with 1 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Scala programming category.
APL2 in Depth (Springer Series in Statistics)
APL2 in Depth (Springer Series in Statistics)
APL2 in Depth (Springer Series in Statistics) by Norman D. Thomson and Raymond P. Polivka. Rated 5 out of 5 stars, with 1 ratings. Read more and check out similar items in the Scala programming category.
Express.js: Guide Book on Web framework for Node.js
Express.js: Guide Book on Web framework for Node.js
That's ESPECIALLY true if you are a beginner who wants or needs to know more about Node.js and leveraging it with the Express web-app framework with it. Check out what reviewers said about Rick "L's" other "books". Like those, this one consists of collection of isolated, typo-laden code snippets accompanied by terse and confusing explanations.
Think With Full Brain: Strengthen Logical Analysis, Invite Breakthrough Ideas, Level-up Interpersonal Intelligence, and Unleash Your Brain’s Full Potential (Power-Up Your Brain Series Book 5)
Think With Full Brain: Strengthen Logical Analysis, Invite Breakthrough Ideas, Level-up Interpersonal Intelligence, and Unleash Your Brain’s Full Potential (Power-Up Your Brain Series Book 5)
Som Botha has written another solid book on how to think with your brain, and if you haven't read the previous series, I would certainly recommend it. These books are well-researched and the author takes time to explain strategies in sound advice and clear examples.

THINK WITH FULL BRAIN is all about how to harness the full potential of your brain by developing multiple thinking approaches. The book offers a holistic approach to empower you to unleash your left brain’s logical, organized thinking and your right brain’s emotional, and creative thinking preference. This is your guide to avoid thinking in silos and develop a full brain thinking approach to take your decision making and problem-solving skills to the next level.

In think with full brain, you will learn:
+ Practical and effective tips to develop active listening and develop your interpersonal thinking skills.
+ how reading literary non-fiction is the quickest way to become more empathic with others.
+ How the “Revolving Door Test” can give you an entirely different perspective and offer better solutions.
+ Why you miss out logic under the influence of authority and reasonableness.
+ How specific brain exercises can improve your logical thinking.
+ How to ‘chunk down’ big projects to boost your sequential thinking.
+ How Switching from judgment to curiosity broadens your horizon and help you understand people's perspective

A definite good read and gets you thinking out of the box!
— SA.
The Making of Donald Trump
The Making of Donald Trump
Mr. Johnston's book is not a biography. It's more of a rap sheet. Granted, the author is a well-respected, multiple award-winning investigative reporter who has followed Trump's antics since 1988. Mr. Johnston's business and tax knowledge makes him uniquely adept at covering our forty-fifth president. He acknowledges that he has an ego that is probably comparable to Trump which only became apparent to me in this third book I've read by the author. I highly recommend his other works; 'Perfectly Legal' and 'Free Lunch.' They ought to rightly raise your blood pressure to unhealthy levels. Mr. Johnston writes in a clear easy-to-understand style about Trump's many, many, maaaaaaaaany shenanigans prior to him moving into the White House or running for president in 2016.

'The Making of Donald Trump' is a quick read. It focuses on his business dealings and self puffery. The book does not cover his multiple affairs, business dealings with Russia, or his relationship with his wives and family. What the work does serve up is a highly unethical, pathological liar who is motivated by greed and public acclamation. It shows Trump has absolutely no qualms of scamming people and causing them deep pain if it will increase his wealth. The moldy bananas sitting on my kitchen counter are more civic-minded than President Foghorn Leghorn has ever been during his entire life. 'The Making of Donald Trump' covers such events as Trump University, his casinos, his tax dodging, links with mafia members, his use of lawyers to bully, how he caused the destruction of the nascent United States Football League, his amorphous net worth, fake awards he has given himself, naturally his golf courses, and the huckster's perpetual myth maintenance. Sadly, Mr. Johnston only touches a bit on Trump's relationship with the evil (and, yes, I do mean evil) Roy Cohn. The author frequently uses actual Trump recorded gobbledygook to support his evidence as well as to highlight the subject matter's less-than-average intelligence. The book is also heavily annotated and does not include any photos.

As I write this review, it is May 2018. President Foghorn Leghorn's approval rating hovers around the thirties which means his base is loyal despite all the horrible, coarse, and chaotic stuff he has done since taking office. If any of his avid followers read 'The Making of Donald Trump,' they will very likely dismiss it as a liberal hack job. They're flat-out wrong, but you'd have an easier time convincing them chocolate milk comes only from brown cows than believing Mr. Johnston's writing. The book is for readers that want to know more about our current president's ethics. This information was always out there but it nice to see it collected in one book.
The Faith of Donald J. Trump: A Spiritual Biography
The Faith of Donald J. Trump: A Spiritual Biography
The only thing of value that this book contains is actually a remarkable contribution to theoretical physics.

Let me explain.

In physics, anything with mass has a corresponding Schwarzschild radius, a point at which, should all of the mass of the object be contained within, the object will collapse into a black hole because no force in the universe can overcome its gravity. The shear existence of this book is so completely ironic that if irony had even the slightest bit of mass then each copy of this book ever made would have immediately collapsed into a black hole, swallowing the Earth along with it. The existence of this book is therefore nothing less than an empirical proof that irony does not interact with the Higgs field, thereby gaining mass. It is without reservation that I nominate the authors of this book for the Nobel Prize in Physics.

Why the 1-star review? It is simply because when I first picked this book up I was sure that it was hilarious, hilarious satire. As I thumbed through the pages, the horror creeped in that the authors were serious. Being aware at the time that it was not known whether or not irony has mass, I panicked, momentarily thinking that I might be torn apart by the black hole I thought this book might collapse into. This panic nearly gave me a heart attack, and took much time to recover from. I don't appreciate having gone through this ordeal, and I feel that the authors owe me an apology. Until I receive said apology I will maintain the 1-star rating.
Jimi Hendrix T Shirt Afro Speech Groovy Band Logo Official Mens Black
Jimi Hendrix T Shirt Afro Speech Groovy Band Logo Official Mens Black
This is a really nice addition to my collection of Jimi t-shirts, though please be aware that the colours are completely different to the ones advertised. The top of Jimi's afro is pink, which is fine for me as I am female, but not sure if a man would want to wear this and the t-shirt is grey rather than black and the colours are more muted. It is very similar to my "Kiss the Sky" t-shirt. I do like this t-shirt and I would have given it five stars had the colours been "as advertised".
Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits, Vol. 2
Here we are-a second volume of Bob Dylan's greatest hits on over two discs. This volume picks up from where the first one left off. Spanning from the final days of 1967 to the fall of 1971, the time of this compilation's release. Also featured here are early 60s to mid 60s classic that didn't make the first volume are surely welcomed here which is why this volume is a double disc collection not to mention a previously live track from 1963-"Tomorrow Is A Long Time" and three songs recorded specifically this release originally from The Basement Tapes back in 1967-"I Shall Be Released"; "You Ain't Going Nowhere" and "Down In The Flood" with Dylan accompanied by Happy Traum on second guitar, bass, banjo and harmony vocal. Also from that very year was the single "Watching The River Flow" recorded with Leon Russell on piano, Jesse Ed Davis on slide guitar, Jim Gordon on drums and Carl Radle on bass all of whom are also featured on "When I Paint My Masterpiece". Two songs are each featured from the albums John Wesley Harding and Nashville Skyline-"All Along The Watchtower"; "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight"; "Lay Lady Lay" and "Tonight I'll Be Staying Here With You", respectively. There is one song each from the albums Self Portrait and New Morning-"The Mighty Quinn(Quinn The Eskimo)" and "If Not For You". As for the other pre-1967 songs that are welcomed on this release are two songs apiece from The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, Another Side Of Bob Dylan and Bringing It All Back Home-"Don't Think Twice, It's All Right"; "A Hard Rain Is A-Gonna Fall"; "All I Really Want To Do"; "My Back Pages"; "Maggie's Farm" and "It's All Over Now, Baby Blue". There's also one song each from the albums Highway 61 Revisited and Blonde On Blonde-"Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues" and "Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues".
If this is some compilation then you'll agree. A wonderful mix of later Dylan songs as well as old favorites plus a few extras thrown in to make a great double disc compilation. If you love the first volume, you will twice as love this one too.
LG K8 Phoenix 2 K371 AT&T GSM Unlocked 4G LTE 16GB Smartphone - Black
LG K8 Phoenix 2 K371 AT&T GSM Unlocked 4G LTE 16GB Smartphone - Black
I may be over selling this , but this is definitely the best $70 investment I think I've ever made! This phone does everything any other $600 smartphone can do. It's the perfect size, not a brick, extremely light weight, and very customizable, which is why i love droids. I don't know why we get so caught up in the fads of technology when it ultimately cell phones at least, end up being used for the same basic purposes. Seriously , not getting sucked into financing a phone through my carrier anymore. The battery life is good, but could be better , other than that the phone is a beauty and love the simplistic design. The phone is locked but of you have at&t already , before using the phone make sure you replace the sim card so you don't have to go through the unlocking process.
Deadpool Double Pack [Blu-ray] [Region Free]
Deadpool Double Pack [Blu-ray] [Region Free]
I'm not usually one for comic books or superhero stuff, so I was amused to discover in my last order I'd managed to order no less than 3 double packs! The Incredibles and Guardians of the Galaxy were both decent 4* films with rather duff sequels. Deadpool is rather a mickey-take out of the whole superhero thing; what I hadn't realised was that he is actually a regular Marvel comic character as well.

Anyway, you probably know more about all of that than I do, and you've probably a fair idea of what the films are about too. So I shall stick to saying that the original film is excellent, hilarious, and well worth 5*. Pool 2 is a bit slower, not quite so many gags but it, like No.1, has a decent story & makes for a very decent sequel. Ryan Reynolds is excellent as the eponymous hero, and his curiously light, almost feminine voice only makes his characterisation the better. If I were rating 2 alone, I'd probably only give it 4*, but this pack, with both together, is definitely 5* stuff.
Marvel Avengers Black Panther Boys' Zip-Up Costume Hoodie
Marvel Avengers Black Panther Boys' Zip-Up Costume Hoodie
I liked that it came super fast & looked just like the picture... I’m glad I read a few reviews on sizing to make sure I sized up & it fits him perfectly with a little room to spare vs if I would’ve got his correct size it probably would have been snug... The zipper gets stuck like a few people stated but we’ll make it work... I got for him because we’ll be going to A Kid Again adventure “ Taking time out for illness” next month & the kiddos get to dress up.... He chose Black Panther, this jacket & a mask we’re waiting on to wear for it in honor of Chad Bozeman who died of cancer... My son is a brain cancer warrior that was diagnosed with a very rare and aggressive brain tumor/cancer in 2015....
Love in This Club, Pt. II
Love in This Club, Pt. II
I believe I only bought this song for requests at parties. It's a little annoying in the chorus, with Usher's whiny voice the whole track. I wouldn't go back and replay this like it's a classic.
Kingdom Of Heaven
Kingdom Of Heaven
"There can be no victory except through God"

Kingdom of Heaven is directed by Ridley Scott and written by William Monahan. It stars Orlando Bloom, Eva Green, Marton Csokas, Jeremy Irons, Liam Neeson, Alexander Siddig, David Thewlis, Ghassan Massoud and Edward Norton. Cinematography is by John Mathieson and music scored by Harry Gregson-Williams.

Director's Cut, two words that has these days come to mean a marketing ploy to get the home movie fan to part with more cash. Except maybe when they call it something else, such as Unrated Edition or Extended Edition, the Director's Cut has rarely been more than the original theatrical version with some added bits sewed back in. Case in point Ridley Scott's own Gladiator. But Scott is a big advocate of the home formats available to us, and what he says in his introduction on these releases are always telling. Kingdom of Heaven: Director's Cut is one of the rare cases that deserves the label, it is the cut Scott wanted and with 45 minutes extra in the film, it's now a fully formed epic and without doubt a better film than the one the theatrical cut suggested.

Nutshell plotting finds the story set during the Crusades of the 12th century. Balian (Bloom) is a French village blacksmith who after finally meeting his father Godfrey (Neeson), sets him on a course to aid the city of Jerusalem in its defence against the Muslim leader Saladin (Massoud). Saladin is battling to reclaim the city from the Christians. It's a fictionalised account of Balian de Ibelin the man, but with the Crusades featuring so rarely in movies it's good to see one with attention to detail in relation to the events and time period.

Now this version exists there is no reason to visit the theatrical cut, for although this has one or two missteps in the narrative, big holes have been plugged and characters importantly expanded. Benefiting the most are Eva Green as Sibylla, and Bloom himself as Balian. The former now gets substance on why she transforms from a measured princess to a borderline head-case, and the latter gets a back story which helps us understand why he does what he does. Both actors performances are seen in better light as their characters become more defined. Neeson and Norton, too, also get more screen time, and that can never be a bad thing.

In this day and age the topicality of the film as regards Muslims and Christians is obviously hard to ignore, but Scott and Monahan are not in the market for political posturing. Scott had long wanted to do a film about The Crusades, to make it an historical epic adventure reflecting the period, and he has achieved that without head banging messages. In fact the culmination of the films major battle comes by way of tolerance, compassion and mutual respect, not by over the top histrionics or side picking. It's a crucial point to note that the makers have not demonized the Arab leaders, both Saladin and Nasir (Siddig) are portrayed as intelligent and cultured men of standing. Their drive and determination coming off as respectful as Balian's defence of Jerusalem is. They also provide the film with two of its best acting performances. Impressive considering the film is full of very good acting turns.

It will come as no surprise to fans of Scott's work to find that Kingdom of Heaven is tremendous on production value. Filled out with astonishing visuals and no overuse of CGI, it's arguably Scott's best production: it's certainly his most ambitious. Filmed in Spain and Morocco, the makers easily whisk us back centuries to the France and Jerusalem of the time, the ability to plant us firmly in the time frame is not to be understated. Mathieson (Gladiator) is a big part of that, his colour lensing for France (metallic cold blues) and Jerusalem (dusky yellow and brown hues) is a visual treat and integral to the feel of the story. While Gregson-Williams' score rarely gets a mention, but it's very at one with Scott's vision, a delightful mix of ethnic strains, mystical flair and medieval emphasis. Scott also ups the ante for visceral battles, the horrors of war never more vivid as they are here. Supremely constructed, the siege of Jersualem is one of the finest in cinema, the first sight of fireballs igniting the night sky bringing the hairs on the back of the neck standing to attention. It's just one of many great moments that form part of Scott's breath taking epic.

Badly treated on cinema release by the studio, who even marketed that cut badly, Kingdom of Heaven: Director's Cut is these days worthy of a revisit and deeper inspection. For rich rewards await the genre faithful. 9.5/10
Cold Memory (Extrasensory Agents Book 3)
Cold Memory (Extrasensory Agents Book 3)
This is the third book in a series by Leslie A. Kelly. It can be read as a stand alone, but some of the characters are explained more if you have read the first two books. Mick Tanner is the main player of this story. He is approached by a childhood "frenemy" when a murder happens at a carnival where he was raised. He has special abilities that Gypsy, the "frenemy", now local cop, is hoping will help them to solve the case. I liked the story and all the intrigue that went with it. For some reason, though, I had a harder time believing Mick's abilities, so I didn't really connect with his character. I did enjoy the story and look forward to the next book in the series.
Playing the Odds: The MacGregors
Playing the Odds: The MacGregors
I totally loved it!!! I have all the books in this series in paperback, and have read them all several times. Now I'm slowly adding them on my Kindle, which is much easier to handle when taking a trip.

Justin and Serena's story will always be one of my favorites in the series, though. The way they try to one-up each other is hilarious. I don't know which one of them is more pig-headed or stubborn. I'm sure having to put up with a controlling father and two loving but over-potective brothers, helped Serena the strong woman she is today. And growing up the way that Justin had to do at such a young age, just made him more determined to win at any cost.

Visiting the MacGregor family has always been a bit of a wild adventure, but always a very pleasant journey, all the same. The way Daniel continues his sneaky ways, and the way Anna reels him back in....always leaves me laughing long after the story has ended.

I would highly recommend not only this book, but all of the books in this series.
Wolf Moon
Wolf Moon
Wolf Moon - Nora Roberts
THE STORY - This is about a young ambitious girl, Simone, who is bitten by a werewolf. She then dedicates her life to finding a cure while making her special bath and home products. While in town she runs into a man she instantly recognizes as her mate. She doesn't allow anyone close for fear of being found out, but she can't deny the instinct to be near her mate. Gabe has the same pull to her, together they work on finding a cure.
THOUGHTS - I liked this quick story. Gabe and Simone are well written and belong together. This isn't my favorite of the bunch, but it was good.

MOON WITCH - Jill Gregory
THE STORY - Princess Gwynna wakes up to find that the health and beauty of her sister has been stolen by a witch. In order to save her sister she must go to the witches evil lands, but only one man has ever made it out alive. Keir never wishes to return to those evil lands, but he is unable to allow the proud beautiful Gwynna go by herself. Together they must help eachother to keep sane and accomplish their tasks for justice.
THOUGHTS - this is my favorite book of the bunch, but as usual I get disappointed in the length of the book. I wish it was longer. All the characters are well written. The connection between Keir and Gwynna is tangible. I wish there was more of them to read, but I am now going to investigate Jill Gregories other works.

BLOOD ON THE MOON - Ruth Ryan Langan
THE STORY - In the highlands of scottland there is a rebel clan burning down other clans, abusing their women and children and killing all the men. Brave little Royce watches his brave brother die, then is stabbed himself. By a miracle he is still alive and he teaches himself to take out the rebel clan members one by one. One of the last clans still standing is run by Lady Alanna, she has taken in all the women and children that escaped the evil clan. Royce is drawn to Alanna and is unable to leave her to fend for herself, together they protect her clan.
THOUGHTS - this is my second favorite story in this book. Royce's and Alanna's bravery and cunning help save themselves and their clan. This story is fast paced and intriguing, but again too short. Their love is innocent and just made me smile.

WEST OF THE MOON - Mariane Willman
THE STORY - Phoebe has always loved Gordon, who is her cousin - that part is weird.... They were supposed to marry but 7 years ago he cancelled on her. She is now broke and going to live with Gordons father - she thinks to be a servant. Upon arriving she finds Gordon horribly scarred. He flirts with her, but keeps his distance. Phoebe is drawn to different fae workings trying to draw her into their trap. Gordon trys desperately to save her from his fate that is his personal hell. He is almost free, but if they draw her in he will lose her forever.
THOUGHTS - This book was very creative and well written. I would have liked to see more of the fae world, but in this book it is written as something bad. How can the fae be bad? =)
Die Fotografin - Die Welt von morgen: Roman (Fotografinnen-Saga 3) (German Edition)
Die Fotografin - Die Welt von morgen: Roman (Fotografinnen-Saga 3) (German Edition)
Und es hat wieder "KLICK" gemacht...

Sie lieben es zu Fotografieren? Die Welt nicht nur als das große Ganze zu betrachten, sondern sich von den vielen kleinen Details verzaubern zu lassen? Dann sind Sie bei Mimi und ihren Weggefährten genau richtig!

Auch im dritten Teil der Fotografin schafft es Petra Durst-Benning die Leser/innen auf eine Reise voller Entdeckungen mitzunehmen. Von der ersten bis zur letzten Seite fiebert man mit Mimi und den anderen Charakteren mit. Man lacht mit ihnen, ist wütend, traurig und mitten drin in der Geschichte.

Die Welt von morgen zeigt sehr deutlich, dass das Leben nicht nur geradeaus geht. Dass man spontan sein muss und das Auge für die vielen Details am Wegesrand nicht verlieren darf. Dass es sich lohnt, sich jeden Tag aufs Neue zu erfinden und man zusammen alles schaffen kann.

Ein Buch voller Stärke, Motivation und Zuversicht. Ich bin sehr gespannt, wie es weitergeht und an welche Wegbiegungen wir zusammen mit Mimi noch kommen werden.
Denn es lohnt sich immer um die Ecke zu schauen, könnte sich doch ein wundervolles Fotomotiv oder ein bezaubernder Weg dahinter verbergen.
The Secret Agent: A Simple Tale (Penguin Modern Classics)
The Secret Agent: A Simple Tale (Penguin Modern Classics)
Said Stevie.

I didn't think one could find such simple sentences in a Conrad novel. But then again, this was a novel of many firsts for him.

Mr Verloc is a middle-aged agent provocateur in the employment of a foreign country. He answers to the latest embassador, Mr Vladimir, who wants Verloc to conduct a terrorist attack that can be blamed on the various emigre socialist/anarchist groups that inhabited London in the 1880s. These groups are a serious problem in Mr Vladimir's native country, so he hopes that the British police will crack down on them. Mr Verloc is threatened with loss of livelihood (his cover being a shop selling obscene materials) in the strictest terms if he does not comply. He chooses to fulfil his mission at the expense of his family, although he is so callous he hardly realises what he has done.

It must be a mark of how confident Conrad, an Ukranian-born, Polish novelist felt in his maturation as a writer that he chose to set the story entirely in London. The sea is absent here. In his former novels, Conrad felt he could not compete with native British writers- but in this one he builds some of his most compelling characters.

Winnie Verloc is Mr Verloc's wife and in her we see Conrad's most believable female character he ever managed to write. She is a stoic, industrious, harmless creature that comes from a very modest background. The only person she cares for in the world is her brother and she has made serious compromises for his sake. It is hard not to sympathise with her situation and the final part of the novel is exclusively about her inner world, which is portrayed with a humanity reminiscent of Dickens.

Verloc himself is a shallow, relatively dull and totally lazy man - Conrad is mercilessly ironic towards him, although it doesn't prevent him from making Verloc totally believable. Every action Verloc takes makes sense given his character. Conrad holds negative views of all "revolutionaries" and he displays then openly in this book which is unusual for such a subtle writer. Inspector Heat calls anarchists "lazy dogs, all of them". Michaelis's views are portrayed as hopelessly naive. The Professor is an intensely misanthropic character and a very authentic one. Ossipon is reptilian up until before the end, when he is disturbed by the consequences of his actions.

Some of the episodes certainly make it Conrad's most human novel. The incident with Stevie and the cabman for example, or Mrs Verloc's mother going away to the almshouse and the brutal description of her quarters there. This may be a political novel on the surface, but underneath it, it is a novel concerned with motives very connected to the social realities of the time. Conrad paints a bleak, disturbing picture of London; I wonder if it is because he could not afford to live there.

This book is part of what I consider Conrad's three great novels which came one right after the other. Nostromo, and Under Western Eyes are the other two. All of them are difficult and inaccessible although the Secret Agent in particular is supposed to be one of Conrad's simplest novels. Dialogue in the Secret Agent is more frequent than in Conrad's other novels and the verbosity is somewhat simpler, although simple only by Conrad's standards. The paragraph-length sentences, the bombardment of adjectives, the non-linear chronology are all here. It is only a simple novel in terms of length (not very long) and story (not particularly convoluted).

I suspected that the Secret Agent started as a short story, something that I confirmed when I read the Author's Note. By the way, this edition is absolutely brilliant. It includes voluminous notes, a brilliant introduction and Conrad's notes approximately thirteen years after he wrote the book. Even the cover is fitting.

Published in 1907, one gets the feeling that the Secret Agent has created and influenced certain literary genres of the 20th century. It is my favourite of Conrad's novels (and I think it was a literary triumph for him, even bigger than Nostromo), yet its bleakness means I cannot easily go back to it. Nevertheless, if anyone wanted to start reading Conrad I would recommend starting right here.
Let's Play Make-Believe (BookShots)
Let's Play Make-Believe (BookShots)
Quick & Dirty Highlights

Even as I write this up-front summary, I've not yet decided how many starts this novella warrants, for me.

I'm nearly gobsmacked, knowing that I actually read a booklet with a main character whom I did not empathize with to even a remote degree. Yet, technically, the writing was excellent, save for that aspect.

What I mean is, the mechanics were good: editing, flow, dialogue and so forth. The main character is well-drawn in terms of believability, at least until the end --- I won't elaborate, lest there be no need for you to read the story. Suffice it to say that I was impressed the the main character, a woman, sounds pretty much like a woman but, the catch is, she is the creation of a male writer; not sure if she is the creation of James Patterson or of James O. Born. At any rate, she's well drawn.

Yet, I never really connected with her or this story.

Length: Print, 144 pages.

Target Audience/Genre:

Q - How was this book obtained?
A - Bought on Amazon.

Q - Is this a book that I can read without having to read others first?
A – Yes. In fact, of the six stories in this series, this is the only one I've read. I do not expect to read any of the previous five.

Q - Are there a lot of typos/misspellings, grammatical errors or other editing failures?
A – No.

Q - Is this a fast, easy read or is it more of a leisure read?
A – Fast, but, for me, not incredibly fast.

Q - What sort of language does this writer use to amplify the points made?
A – Adult English. Just one f-bomb (an unnecessary expletive that did nothing artistically to improve the story), but s--t pops up in a number of occasions. Personally, I was not bothered by this, as I would expect any of the characters to utter such mild profanities.

Q - What age group is this suitable for?
A - if this was a film I would be rated PG-13.

Q - My biggest pleasure or disappointment?
A - I just never felt any empathy for any of these characters or the predicament. I was surprised by the ending, but I did have some trouble suspending my disbelief.

I’ve included a small excerpt below, so readers can peruse the style of presentation utilized by the author.

EXCERPT

'Disney World was all I had dreamed it would be. At least the attractions were, anyway. Somehow, when I was a kid, I’d never calculated how many people were crammed into the park every day. Especially on a beautiful Saturday like this. We managed to make it onto most of the rides, though the longest waits were at Space Mountain and Pirates of the Caribbean. I might have enjoyed a trip to the Magic Kingdom more when I was eleven, but being here today with Marty was really special too. Maybe the most important thing was that I realized how carefully Marty had listened to me and how badly he wanted to see me happy. This guy would do anything for me, and no one had ever made me feel like that before.

Walking hand in hand with Marty made me feel like no matter what choices I had made, I had the right man in my life now. He was just what I needed.

But after lunch my mood started to change. It began with the salesman from the Bentley dealer calling Marty and asking how he liked the car. Marty handled it perfectly, telling the salesman we were still undecided but we’d bring the car back later this afternoon. As Marty stuffed the phone back into his front pocket, he smiled at me and said, “I just won’t answer the phone again until we’re about to drop the car off.”

The call had brought me back to reality, and my problems were no longer a world away. I started thinking about the court hearing and that pompous ass Brennan. While we were floating in our boat through It’s a Small World, I noticed our conversation had turned darker as well.

Out of nowhere Marty said, “Disney makes a fortune separating people from the real world and the ugliness around them.”

"Whoa, what brought that on?” The little girl in front of us had been peeking behind the seat since the ride had started. She might not have understood what he was saying, but she picked up on Marty’s attitude and quickly twisted around to sit low in her seat, out of sight.

Our conversation drifted back to normal, Magic Kingdom–related topics as we shuffled our way through the Haunted Mansion and Frontierland. Once we landed in comfortable seats and under air-conditioning at the PhilharMagic 3-D, with no one sitting close to us, I acted on the urge to kiss him.

Marty said, “I’m glad you’re having a good time. I’m sorry you missed out on Disney...'

Bottom Line:

For my personal interests, this would merit three stars, as I didn't enjoy it even a little. Others, though, especially women who have an axe to grind with someone, this would probably rate four stars.

Thus, I'm charitably awarding four stars out of five.

Comments regarding your opinion of this book or of my review, whether favorable or unfavorable, are always welcome. If you buy the book based on my review and become disappointed, especially, I do want to know that and I want to understand how I can improve as a book reviewer. Just please be polite.

Thank you.
The writing of one novel
The writing of one novel
I am not a book reviewer. But reading has been an enjoyable journey associated with many stages of my life. As I grew up, like any other youngster — I guess —, my imagination ‘fed’ on different stories and styles in the books that I was able to read and understand. My passion for continuing with this pastime was slowly built up over the years by excellent books written by intelligent and influential writers, who helped me to foster a good sense for quality reading. Irving Wallace was one of them!

And now, I found this gem, this remarkable novel: ‘The Writing of One Novel’, which amazingly describes how Irving Wallace wrote ‘The Prize’. Before complicating my existence with mandatory reading of textbooks and technical journals in college and graduate school, I discovered at a very early age the great American novelist Irving Wallace. Wallace became my favorite author in middle school. The first two Wallace’s books that I remember reading were the ‘Chapman Report’, followed by ‘The Man’. In those early days, and thereafter, I believe I read most, if not all, of Wallace’s fiction stories.

When you read Wallace’s books, it is like you’re a being a part of the story. In every novel, there is a sensation of engaging or coexisting with the characters, to the point of assuming the role of the acting protagonist; sometimes the antagonist! Moreover, it’s like a thrilling and stimulating experience to feel, almost every time, how one could ‘visit’ and ‘be transported’ to countries and unknown places, just by reading Wallace’s novels. His detailed and fine writing appealed to me in such a way that I felt immediately infatuated with his entire production. I still keep his best paperbacks in my book collection (including the Kindle versions) in both, English and Spanish, I must say.
The Substance of All Things: a novel
The Substance of All Things: a novel
I really enjoyed this book! It came recommended to me and I was not disappointed!!!

The book takes place in two timelines: the Now, the the Then, with the main character acting as narrator for both. When I first cracked the pages and began the tale, I will admit I was trepidatious, because one of the characters in the Now was physically a large woman and my knee-jerk reaction was to get ready to be angry, because we are so often written in the same tropey ways, with the same maladies and inflictions and we are always, always given the same "instructions" for our own good, in about 95% of all books I've read with characters of size, especially women.
But my readiness to anger was disappointed because she was written beautifully. And the central character's reactions to her were written truthfully and without trope and that alone made me cry, because a woman of size was written with such love and respect it broke my heart. She has issues, some of which are typically thought of about women of size, but that is because they are typical of women of size, and they didn't distract from the beauty of this character. Well done, truly.

The story of the Then in this tale is very unique, but also one that I think everyone can relate to in their own specificity. The narrator's tale is heartbreaking and empowering and so many things in between, but it's a tale we can all find our way into with ease, as relating to these people is as relating to our own family from the perspective of our youth.

It's a story about finding faith in ourselves, how easy it is to hurt someone with love, to love someone you don't like, of discovering who you are at the core then finding a way to lead with that always. It's about family and friendship and all the ways those things get messy, and how hard they are to clean up, and so much more.

I fell in love with the people on these pages, I love that my friend was brave enough to leave certain things unsaid, and powerful enough to write these people and put so much of himself on these pages and godammit Sam Harris you made me cry! This book broke my heart in all the good ways.
Steel Ball Run [Japanese Edition] Vol.1
Steel Ball Run [Japanese Edition] Vol.1
I ordered this volume mainly because of my love for Steel Ball Run. This volume also has one of the nicest covers of part 7. However, it is unreadable to me because it is in Japanese (I knew this but bought it anyway because ive already read it in English). If you are going to buy this, make sure you've read it in English first so you know what happens.
Reflections
Reflections
Poet, novelist, essayist, artist, mystic, Hermann Hesse has captured the heart of millions of readers around the world with such works as Siddhartha, Damien, Steppenwolf and Magister Ludi. There is something incredibly timeless about his writing and Volker Michels compiles Hesse's words taken from novels and other books in the form of aphorisms arranged thematically - Politics, Society and the Individual, The Task of the Individual, Education and Schools, Religion and the Church, Knowledge and Consciousness, Books and Reading, Reality and Imagination, Art and the Artist, Humor, Happiness, Love, Death, Youth and Old-Age. Here is a quick sampling:

Society and the Individual
"Men of courage and character always give others a very queasy feeling"

Education and Schools
"The question of schools is the only modern cultural question that I take seriously and sometimes get worked up about. In me school destroyed a great deal, and I know of few men of any stature who cannot say the same. All I learned was Latin and lying."

Religion and the Church
"Every true Protestant resists his own church as he does every other, because his nature bids him attach more importance to what man can become than to what he is."

Books and Reading
"Literature creates a magic space, in which things otherwise incompatible become compatible and the otherwise impossible becomes real. And this imaginary or surreal space has its own counterpart in magical time, the time of poetry, myth, and fairy tale, which contradicts all historical, calendar time and is common to the legends and fairy tales of all peoples . . . Rare as authentic magic may have become, it is still alive."

Reality and Imagination
"I don't know anything about ghosts. I live in my dreams. Other people likewise live in dreams, but not in their own; that's the difference."

Art and the Artist
"The understanding of art and the ability to experience it requires a natural disposition, which must be related to the artistic drive, or talent. Those who have it are capable of artistic pleasure, others are not."

"Even the most insignificant work of art, a pencil sketch consisting of six lines, or a four-line poem, aims boldly and blindly at the impossible; it is a striving for totality, an attempt to enclose chaos in a nutshell!"

Humor
"All higher humor begins with ceasing to take oneself seriously."

Death
"After every death, life becomes more delicate and precious."

This is not a book to be read from cover to cover as if the goal is simply to finish the book. Rather, each aphorism should be read more like one reads a poem - slowly, turning the words and ideas over in the mind and then thinking about the aphorism throughout the day and in days to come. Reflections is Hesse's magic, wisdom, insight and poetry in it purist form. Please treat yourself and order this book, a book which just might become one of your very favorites.
Inspector West: Battle for Inspector West: Classic Radio Crime
Inspector West: Battle for Inspector West: Classic Radio Crime
Not quite up to the standard of Paul Temple but very satisfactory. Without spoiling the outcome the biggest downside is that obviously there was a bent copper but he/she was never unmasked. Also the BBC apparently made several of the Inspector West dramas-these need to be released-come on BBC.
Rubie's Costume Harry Potter Deathly Hallows Child's Hufflepuff Robe
Rubie's Costume Harry Potter Deathly Hallows Child's Hufflepuff Robe
I’ve ordered this as a Xmas present for a young hufflepuff. Firstly I stress this is a kids fancy dress outfit and not a traditional Hogwarts gown that would cost five times as much but would be made with the wand pocket and traditional silk. Having said that this item is great value for money and plenty good enough for any young aspiring wizard to enter the magical world of Hogwarts. The sizing guide is accurate and the colours are as shown. The badge is also accurate and is a plastic transfer but well adhered. Now it says you can’t iron this item but it came very creased in the packaging so I did iron it under a damp cloth on a cool setting and the creases came out fine. Don’t iron the badge though. The neck clasp is I suppose the only downside as it is very tricky to clip into place . I think kids will just put it over their heads which would save keep undoing it or you could sew on some Velcro if you prefer. For the price this is good value for money and I suspect my young hufflepuff will be in Harry Potter heaven.
Fun Science: A Guide to Life, the Universe and Why Science Is So Awesome
Fun Science: A Guide to Life, the Universe and Why Science Is So Awesome
I received this book almost 3 days ago and have nearly finished it (I'm now slowing down so it's not over too quickly!)

It's a fantastic introduction to science for anyone who has an interest but finds the subject too large and scary to dive in headfirst. I learnt something new in every chapter and it solidified my own fuzzy memories of what I'd learnt elsewhere.

Charlie's humour and wit makes the book as fun as advertised and almost impossible to put down. His love for science really shows and makes you feel like you're embarking on a learning journey together.

Time to make a cup of tea, finish the book and wait patiently for the next one. Hint, hint!
LEGO Botanical Accessories polybag (xtra) 40310
LEGO Botanical Accessories polybag (xtra) 40310
I bought this for my son, who was more than thrilled to receive it. He immediately built a frog pond surrounded by lush vegetation. It was the most gorgeous thing he has ever built! My only issue with this set is the price - it is too high on amazon for how many pieces you get. Otherwise, it was a great set.
The Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault: Ten Short Stories for Children Including Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Blue Beard, and Little Thumb - Illustrated
The Fairy Tales of Charles Perrault: Ten Short Stories for Children Including Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Blue Beard, and Little Thumb - Illustrated
This is an outstanding collection of some of the Charles Perrault's best tales; namely, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and Blue Beard. His stories are definitely not told in a manner consistent with American storytelling, but I don't necessarily think that is bad, especially if you want your child to expand their horizons.

One of the stories, for example, Blue Beard, is about a rich bachelor that seemingly has everything that a well off man of his settings would need, except for one thing: the fact that he has a blue beard. This fact doesn't earn him favor with the ladies and he has trouble finding a wife. What is ever the more strange is that it's rumored that Blue Beard has apparently had many wives in the past, but none of them are accounted for now. Well, Blue Beard finally manages to marry a girl in this tale, and when she finds out what happened to those other wives she ends up terribly frightened for her own fate. Nothing bad becomes of her though.

An interesting tale, like I said, one to get if you're looking for something different. The other stories are well worth the read too. I hope you give the book a try.

Darien Summers, author of 
Spoontiques Deathly Hallows Stemless Glass, 20 ounces, Black
Spoontiques Deathly Hallows Stemless Glass, 20 ounces, Black
I bought this as a secret Santa gift and it was delivered faster than anticipated and wrapped safely in its box. I was surprised when I opened it because I thought it was going to be a purple into white ombré type glass based on the picture. It has no white, it is purple and clear with a gold rim lip. It is still beautiful but not quite as bold as I anticipated. The recipient loved it and was very appreciative, she even asked where I found it so she could make it a set.
The Historic Expedition of Lewis & Clark
The Historic Expedition of Lewis & Clark
It's listed here on Amazon as being from 2018, but it sounds like it was made in the middle of the last century. The narrator's voice gives that idea, and one of your eyebrows keeps wanting to scrunch in weird directions because of him saying things like (to paraphrase) "before this, the west was mostly just unexplored wilderness" and referring to the explorers' slave as their "servant."
Who Do We Choose To Be?: Facing Reality, Claiming Leadership, Restoring Sanity
Who Do We Choose To Be?: Facing Reality, Claiming Leadership, Restoring Sanity
In Who Do We Choose To Be?: Facing Reality, Claiming Leadership, Restoring Sanity, Margaret J. Wheatley communicates where we modern humans are collectively at and what needs to be done. Wheatley has an impressive bio, and this book could only be written, authentically, by someone with her background, education, and experience with leadership training and systems thinking. If you are looking for a book that is going to give you an optimistic, simple-solution approach to the mess humanity is currently struggling with, then this is not the book for you! However, if you are interested in reading a book that 'tells it as it is’ and does so in an extremely accessible and supported manner, then this is the book for you.

Wheatley warns that her book is not necessarily uplifting, and the reader should be ready for a rough personal journey into the needed acceptance of were we are at, which is, from Wheatley’s analysis, in the late stage of societal collapse. Wheatley’s argument is based on an honest, systems-based look at the historical facts of how civilizations rise and fall, repeatedly, consistently, and she warns that to deny this well understood pattern comes from ignorance and arrogance.

I found this book to be ironically refreshing and original due to its balance of acknowledging that Western society is headed for an inevitable collapse, and what we should be doing to prepare for this highly predictable historical pattern. Wheatley’s experience with leadership training shines through this particular theme of the book, because she helps the reader accept that in this time of global systemic crises, we will all be best served by focusing on nurturing community at the local level through what she calls creating “islands of sanity.” Wheatley’s call for reclaiming localized leadership should not be seen as a retreat into some myopic nationalistic approach. Rather, Wheatley is encouraging the reader to not focus too much attention upon the global systems level events that are the source of a feeling of despair and hopelessness, which often lead individuals into further disconnection from community engagement. I hear Wheatley inviting the reader into focusing on what can be accomplished by all of us, and that is getting more actively involved where we are at, locally.

There is an unsettling nature about this book I think can leave the reader wanting more of something. We live in a culture prone to over-simplification, reductionism, and one size fits all solutions, and this book breaks from that cultural theme. Does Wheatley want the reader to sign up for her warrior training? Is she leading the reader to her next book? Does this book stir up our cultural desire for certainty, which is a cause of anxiety? With this noted, I see Wheatley’s book as leading us into the uncertainty of the future, which is the potentially uncomfortable reality we all must face.

I have an MA in Transformative Leadership, working on a PhD in Transformative Studies, and facilitate learning about leadership at the University level as well as in the private sector. With that noted, I read a lot of academic books and articles, and I’m deeply inspired by Wheatley’s work. I plan on utilizing this book as a resource for my work as a facilitator of learning. This book comes at a time when we need the wisdom and direction of true leadership, and Wheatley’s book answers this call. This book appears to be a doorway into Wheatley’s recent work with training “Warriors for the Human Spirit,” which our world desperately needs. I strongly recommend this book to anyone interested in being a more mindful participant in the social construction of culture and the needed leadership to help guide us into a future worth living for.
40 Live Curaetion 25 + Anniversary Deluxe 4CD/2Blu-ray
40 Live Curaetion 25 + Anniversary Deluxe 4CD/2Blu-ray
Received a damaged box and glad so I can return because after previewing as a cure fan I do not feel this boxset is worth $67.99 or higher, depending on were you choose to buy it if not on Amazon. The problem is the box, in comparison to the 2 blu ray version, simply feels bigger but not better. you get 1 hard back book, with most images looking like they are digital slightly grainy and or pixilated images, with the majority 90% in a small and honestly better looking quality in the more standard edition between two plastic hubs that should keep your disc in better shape then the sleeves they come in. Next the 2 blu rays and 4 cds come in folder that could be far thicker and with in each cd is slotted into a slat in a smaller case but no anti scratch bag. The folder is fairly generic and simply is the outside of the box in a slightly different color scheme and each disc sits in a fairly none de script sleeves of its own, so sorry but nothing to write home about.

Now the both the Hyde Park film and audio sound amazing, the cure is in fine form and you can hear them really enjoying themselves, but do leave out some of the darker stuff, but still an incredible show that should make any cure fan happy both visual and the auditory.

Bad, news for me, since i like my Cure both dark and light depending on my mood, I thought the Meltdown fest or Cureation was a good compliments, but there are issue with both the video and major issues with the audio cd. First the show opens wide then goes to the old standard square tv format, then back to high def wide screen and then on some songs they use all sorts of filters and effects. Not sure why? my guess with the low quality looking square t.v. was to maybe imitate how the cure would have looked on a television when they start, but think it detracts from just a well shot concert film. The CD Audio for this show is horrendously bad, and is brick walled and muddy, sounds like an ammeter fan plugged into the front of house mix but his recorders input was set to high. The mix sounds slightly distorted and only the drums and bass sound good with everything in-between undefined and sounding tinny, so was disappoint by whom ever mixed this especially in compression to the hyde park audio being on par with the dvd.

I can not give this more then b grade at most, the just blu ray version for cost and visual format is an A but this for cost just doesn't seem like a good exchange for hard earned money. I'd buy the disc blue ray then go to hi def downloads or on an mp3 website, there are several out there and just down load the Hyde Park show which would be less then paying for it in this rather bloated boxset. I love the cure, but i think if the Cureation show was mixed like the hyde park show, the folder for holding the disc was heavier and had better art on the individual sleeves, i'd take photos or promo studio shorts or even merch art on them and there were more photos, twice the amount, sorry its pretty thin for a large hard bound photo book, i could say yes this is a limited product you need to own, but as is stick with the small version, way better value and no bad audio disc to worry about. And yes i am happy with the films they are fantastic despite the minor flaws with the Cureation Melt down performance, those alone i would rate as A+ then A-.
Original Album Series
Original Album Series
This is a biased and subjective review. Don't trust it. There's something about Carly that makes me wallow in mild ecstasy. My wife loves her as well, so it can't be just those LP sleeve photographs. I own all the LPs covered here but saw this package as too good a bargain to miss. (You can't play LPs in a car). The first album is special. 'Anticipation' has material that can't quite reach those heights but is still very good. 'No Secrets' has the hits. 'Hotcakes' is fun and up to standard. I had always considered 'Playing Possum' one of her lesser albums but relistening has brought unexpected delights.
FrightPix
FrightPix
Upon my using my trial, the app only showed 6movie selections,no way to create an acct or loggin it was stuck at the "enter code to activate screen"..i immediately tried to cancel this-within the same hour I installed it-- I WAS UNABLE TO CANCEL!! the only option was to Delete the app from amazon.i did that IT STILL CHARGED ME 1 day earlier than listed for 7day trial(actually 6 days) and I STILL CANNOT CANCEL this subscription---theres No option to CANCEL IT!!! Amazon need to vet it's Tv/movie apps better before offering them.
Oransi Max HEPA Large Room Air Purifier for Asthma Mold, Dust and Allergies, 17”x22”x8”, White
Oransi Max HEPA Large Room Air Purifier for Asthma Mold, Dust and Allergies, 17”x22”x8”, White
Very quiet at low speeds; kinda noisy at max speeds. But at my house it runs at the lowest speed. I blew some smoke at the air quality sensor and indeed, the indicator said that the air quality was two level below the max, the fan speeded up for a few moments, and then slowed down when the indicator went back to saying very high-quality air! The color for the LED surrounding the power switch changes according to the air quality, which I guess is nice but, even better, those of us who like a dark room can turn the LED off!

UPDATE: one thing that is slightly annoying about this unit is that, when it is turned off, it occasionally makes a sound similar to a set of chimes. I think this means that the air quality has decreased a little bit and it is saying, “hey, maybe you want to turn me on“. But I really don’t want that sound. I also wish that the LEDs could be turned off or were dimmable. My bedroom, like a lot of people’s bedroom, has two darn mini LEDs in it.
Raíz de regaliz sin alcohol, 1 onza fluida, de Nature's Answer , AF98, 1, 1
Raíz de regaliz sin alcohol, 1 onza fluida, de Nature's Answer , AF98, 1, 1
Absolutely delicious! (If you love black licorice, that is!) I need to take this for adrenal fatigue and also for Gastroparesis. Was told to start with 25 drops under the tongue, hold about 10 seconds, then swish around your mouth before swallowing about 10-15 min. before eating....making sure to use it 3 times daily. Some other benefits are if you have a sweet tooth, after taking this for a couple of weeks, this "urge" for sweets drops dramatically. Stress eaters, this is a MUST for you! It calms and relaxes as well, but in no way makes you sleepy. If anything, you have a positive mood and out look as well as a little livelier bounce in your step! lol :) Seriously, this is awesome, but was told to keep an eye out on my BP. If your blood pressure increases and doesn't go down, from long term use, it might be better to go with DGL (Licorice Root Extract w/o the ingredient that increases your BP). I, however, have been and remain fine with this. You're suppose to increase to 50 drops 3 x's daily and as you see evidence of it working, then cut down to 2 x's daily & maintain at 1 x daily unless you feel yourself slipping back. These are MY instructions I was given, I'm not a doctor, and not trying to be. Just giving my info. But think this is absolutely wonderful. Will update in a few months.
Yogi Tea Infusión de Hierbas Mente Fresca - 17 bolsitas - [pack de 3]
Yogi Tea Infusión de Hierbas Mente Fresca - 17 bolsitas - [pack de 3]
Sono una grande estimatrice di questo brand di tisane e sono rimasta davvero sorpresa nello scoprire che alcuni gusti possano essere così cattivi: ne avevo fatto un po' di scorta per l'ufficio ma temo di essermi giocata la credibilità con i colleghi!! Purtroppo per avere una consegna rapida ho scelto tra i gusti disponibili in amazon ed evidentemente qui ci sono solo i meno buoni!!

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