G itibaren Bamhauri, Uttar Pradesh 209206, Hindistan
İkonik, evet, ama karakterlerin her birinin yoğun bir şekilde iğrenç olduğu bir çizgi roman okumaya devam etmek zor.
Antarktika seyahat benzersiz bir bakış açısı.
The idea is kind of cool- a Neandertal scientist travelling to the human world from a dimension in which Neandertals evolved to become the successful hominids. Too bad the writing blows.
This was an easy-to-read captivating tell-all. Not sure if it's 100% accurate or if it's a memoir written in the James Frey style as there are a few instances of fact conflicts and contradictions within its pages (which also happens frequently in The Bible and many people still believe it's literal, so who am I to decide?). I suggested to Oprah on Twitter that this may be a great book club read as it is the classic Cinderella story that ends with the happy ending and an empowered woman on top (pun possibly intended. My favorite quote in this entire book has to be when Jenna feels she isn't as blessed as other women in the industry so has to use her one organ that is bigger than theirs -- her brain. I had no idea breasts were considered an organ until this educational read and now fully support the notion of becoming an organ donor. Anyone need some modest B's? If anything this was a who's who in the industry which I am not as familiar with as some so most names meant nothing to me. A great beach read that could spark conversation with those around you.
In a post apocalict Seattle, Yuki is an orphan who was raised and sent to a lab to be genetically modify in a beautiful young man. Now, three years later, nineteen years old, he tries to survive working as strip dancer in a downtown club. His colleagues make extra money whoring themself but this is not the choice of Yuki. Until the night he meets Oram. He is a little older and wealth and asks Yuki to make a private dance for him in his home a week later. Yuki is fascinated by this alluring man and goes to the appointment. But Oram is not a common man. A very interesting story, but really too short. I don't understand well Yuki's past and also that of Oram. I can imagine the future of the two but some more words can help. The characters description is enthralling, the story not original, but with some good point. I think this was a first enstallment of a series or a tentative for the authors. http://elisa-rolle.livejournal.com/11...