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Another fun read in the series. I'd give it 5 stars, but I got really bogged down by the expositions. Although, the climax was really riveting and I found myself really feeling for Harry - imagining all the emotions and thoughts going through his head. The darkest book so far, we see a lot more of Voldemort and while you hate to see the direction things are going, it's nice to see that Harry's not making it smooth for him. I really liked to see Mrs. Weasley take on more of a mom role for Harry, and getting better acquainted with the Weasleys. A great contrast between Ron's home life and Harry's.
I will add this one's review to the pile... Sigh, reading has priority above writing reviews now, obviously. "Thirteen Reasons Why" was a book that could have turned out in many ways. Mostly cheesy suicide cliché books. (if those exist. They do in my mind, at least.) I am glad to confirm that this book by Jay Asher is not one of those horrible books. I thought it seemed well-researched and realistic. I could understand Hannah's arguments, why this poor girl felt, the way she did, and why she ended up killing herself. I really liked the way Asher chose to tell Hannah's (and Clay's) story. It is emphatic and very touching. I was rather upset for Clay. It is a pearl in YA-literature, for me, because it juggles some heavy themes. Undoubtedly, many teenagers experience some of the things the characters in "TRW" do. We need to be there for each other when we can see things are clearly off. It is important to follow your instincts about your friend ask if you are in doubt about how they are feeling. We can all feel down now and again and it does not help not to deal with these things. Like in Hannah's case the problems will just stack and stack until she is crushed beneath the weight of it. I think it is worth the read, even though I did not rate it 4 or 5 stars. You should read it because it makes you consider life and maybe even help you or someone you know.
“Until the Dawn” by Desiree Holt and Cerise DeLand was an excellent read. I am starting to enjoy other genres than just romance but it is still my passion. This story combined sex, romance, and a plot to overthrow the government in a well written, fast paced story. Madison is an employee for the Speaker of the U. S. House of Representatives . She starts to desire Dan Foreman. In a brief sex act in the stairwell during and important function, Madison realizes she wants more. Back at her place, they have to-die for sex, which is sure to have readers close to fainting at the sheer heat level, then Dan leaves out of the blue. Madison begins to worry. She knows better than to think it was a one night stand. She begins to make calls, which backfires and raises her suspicions that something just isn’t right. She comes home and finds her place without power. And there’s a surprise visitor there. Dan. He confides in her that he is an operative for the CIA and he’s investigating illegal gun trafficking, which traced back to the very office she works in. Madison tells him about a file she found in his computer, which is encrypted. Dan realizes the person responsible is setting him up as the fall guy. Madison calls in a friend, who runs a private branch of security. The woman is able to help them hide while they get to the bottom of the case. During this time, the president and vice president take ill, which means that if they die, the Speaker of the House becomes president. This is cause for concern when they realize he is crooked. His plan is to take over the government. In a race against time, Madison and Dan have to hold on to their budding relationship while running for their lives. I loved reading this story. It expands the fear that most Americans feel in this difficult economic time. It makes you think, what if this was to happen. Chances are, there won’t be a sexy man to save us. I give this four flames for intense sexual heat. A cold shower or ice pack may be required with this story.
Started out very strong, typical Amy Tan writing. I liked it a lot, although at the end I felt that it lost a little steam. Charecters are colorful and the fact that I have been to China 4 times definatly made this book ring true!
I listened to this book at work. Maybe it was the reader, but I thought the language was plain, silly and disconnected. The story felt sluggish & I couldn't relate. It was predictable & had lots of scenes that I felt were pointless. Maybe next time, I'll pick up the actual book, but I have a feeling it's already ruined for me.
Danh sách sách miễn phí Pornsak Saswattecha được coi là lý tưởng để đọc trong năm 2017-2018, ban biên tập của cổng thông tin "Trực tuyến Người đọc" mạnh mẽ đề nghị xem chúng.