I found this book mediocre and somewhat disjointed. Yet, I found it strangely interesting – maybe because I think that the idea is brilliant and the overall story is good.
What scientists were, and to some degree still are, figuring out is that constant emails and texts appeal to a primitive part of the brain which is on constant lookout for a change in the environment because it might be important.
Down All the Days, an expansion of My Left Foot, was an international best seller was said to be “the most important Irish novel since Ulysses.”
Mr. Gillham writes about the misery, despair and paranoia of the German people living under a Nazi regime. A world where evil rules, social justice does not exist, and a wrong word would send you off to a concentration camp, while lacking a safe shelter and food.
Mr. King does write an excellent scene and creates a very dramatic world, but the cost was the storyline, which I thought wasn’t very substantial. The story feels more as an homage to Westerns (my favorite genre in films) and the magical world of Camelot. The novel does a great job at it, using the same technology and socioeconomic themes, but what makes a good movie does not necessarily makes a good book.
We gave a new loan to Rodolfo from Peru, a farmer. Click here to donate yourself Click here to donate yourself Rodolfo, 53, lives with his wife and 3 children in a modest house in Canaris, a district of Lambayeque along Peru’s northern coast. Farming and small commercial businesses are common means of making a living here. Rodolfo has been a farmer for 10 years. He grows a variety of coffee called Catimore. He is applying for a loan that he will use to pay for the labor and supplies–fertilizer, pesticides, etc.–he needs to tend his coffee crop. The investment will provide the physiological and morphological improvements that will ensure that he maximizes his yields and delivers the best-possible crop. His earnings from the business will improve his and his family’s quality of life. Click here to donate yourself