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Pedro J J itibaren Coteau-du-Lac, QC, Kanada

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İnsanlar büyük şiirler aldıklarında ve onlarla birlikte gitmek için harika resimler yaptıklarında seviyorum. Kitaptaki resimler gerçekten iyi yapılmış ve şiirin anlamını iletmeye yardımcı oluyor.

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"her sorunun cevabının merhamet olduğunu varsayalım."

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Bu hikaye küçük kitaplarda ortaya çıktığında hatırlıyorum ... bir sonraki bölümün çıkması için sizi endişelendiren uçurumlar. Okumak çok eğlenceliydi ve ne ilginç bir hikaye hattı!

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One of my all time favorites

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love me some houllebecq.

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I put off reading this for a long time because I knew it would be difficult. It is part 2 of the last book, where Trevor, psycho leopard Shane's mate was kidnapped by the cobra bad guy. Shane's going insane trying to find him. This however combines a couple of other stories, or beginnings of such. Riley is an eagle shifter, probably the only one in the world, and he is afraid of heights and is under hawk Colin's tutelage. It seems all Colin does is yell at him and tell him how shitty he is. When Riley finally makes a move, Colin tells him no, but is then stunned when Riley has sex with hawk twins. (I know some people had issues with this, but I was fine and it all makes sense nest book.) As well, when on the search when Trevor they find Dalton a young captive who was near Trevor before he was sold to some other snakes and thinks the sun rises and sets on Shane because of Trevor's stories. Dalton ends up kind of like their foster son. I love Shane. I know he's a psycho assassin, but he's adorable. LOL I loved how everyone was so confused by Dalton's hero worship and it still kind of annoys me that they are happy to have Shane kill someone for them, but don't want to be around him much. However he and Trevor are cute as a bug in a rug.

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An excellent book based on an actual event that took place in Ireland in the late 1800s. A little girl dies and her mother is accused and convicted of murder. This story is told from the perspective of the mother via her prison diary and that of a servant girl who worked for the family at the time and remained connected to the family throughout her life. I always like having more than one voice telling the story, I always get more from it. Mcgill is a terrific writer!