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Kissing Doorknobs

“Step on a crack, break your mother’s back. ” Tara Sullivan, the main character of Kissing Doorknobs by Terry Spencer Heffer has been saying that rhyme ever since she could remember. Tara grew up having OCD (obsessive-compulsive disorder) meaning you have no real control of what you are doing, just have a need to do it. I give this novel a rating of 5 stars for three main reasons, the author’s descriptive detail and how she puts a picture in your mind, how Tara’s OCD shows the affects it has on“Step on a crack, break your mother’s back. ” Tara Sullivan, the main character of Kissing Doorknobs by Terry Spencer Heffer has been saying that rhyme ever since she could remember.

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The Art of Fallout 4

The Art of Fallout 4 is absolutely gorgeous. Full of beautiful and original art set in the Fallout world. Even if you've never played the game, but consider yourself a sci-fi fan then this is a great book. If you love Fallout. . this is a no brainer. I received a copy of this book free from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. First, I will say that I am not a gamer. I am an avid reader and book reviewer. But I'm married to a gamer. Who LOVES Fallout 4. Just watching my husband play, I've come to love this game. I enjoy the details right down to the brand names of items and especially the music.

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Book review of Drama Queen

Reviewed byJava Davisfor Readers' Favorite Drama Queen by Joe Cosentino is the first book in his Nicky and Noah mystery series. The premise is that these two men are teachers at the fictional Treemeadow College in New England. They teach in the Theatre Department, an enormous department that includes many other teachers, student interns, techies, and students. But the ranks are thinned thanks to a serial killer in their midst. In hunting for the killer, a boatload of secrets comes out - everyone has at least one secret, if not more. A counterpoint to the mystery in Drama Queen is the budding romance between Professor Nicky Abbondanza, a tenured teacher of Directing, and Professor Noah Oliver, an acting teacher who is up for tenure.

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The Silver Donkey

The Silver Donkey by Sonya Hartnett is about two young girls, Coco and Marcelle (Marcie,) who find an escaped, blind soldier in the woods. The story takes place during World War I in France. This book teaches the reader about kindness, and how by being kind you can get something in return. The soldier is found blind,cold and all alone. Coco and Marcelle can't do much because they're just young girls quickly bringing his health back by giving bread and fruits. In exchange The soldiers share storie The Silver Donkey by Sonya Hartnett is about two young girls, Coco and Marcelle (Marcie,) who find an escaped, blind soldier in the woods.

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Twelve Years a Slave

Is it weird to have a favorite slave narrative? This is my favorite slave narrative, mainly because Solomon Northup was BAD. ASS. Somebody needs to make a superhero-style comic about this man. Northup was born free and lived most of his first thirty-three years in New York, where he married and had three children. His wife, Anna, was a chef and one of his talents was playing the violin, so during the social season they often parted ways and took temporary jobs in catering and entertaining. In 1841Is it weird to have a favorite slave narrative? This is my favorite slave narrative, mainly because Solomon Northup was BAD.

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The Wars of the Roses

What a mess! Seriously! I know quite a lot about history and about armed struggles but the tug-of-war presented here is staggering!I must admit to never really having been interested (except for a few cornerstones) in this period or English aristocracy but since the Tudor dynasty was quite entertaining, I thought I should know about this too (thanks, St. Mary's). So what was the Wars of the Roses (WotR) all about? Well, one was king, the other wanted to be king, a lot of poverty resulting from aWhat a mess! Seriously! I know quite a lot about history and about armed struggles but the tug-of-war presented here is staggering!I must admit to never really having been interested (except for a few cornerstones) in this period or English aristocracy but since the Tudor dynasty was quite entertaining, I thought I should know about this too (thanks, St.

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Google for SENIORS

You are here: Home > Catalog > Google for SENIORS > Home Author: Studio Visual StepsISBN: 978 90 5905 236 9 Book type: Paperback Number of pages: 320 Table of contents - PDF file Sample chapter - PDF file (This title is no longer available. ) Get Acquainted with free Google applications For most people what comes to mind when they hear the word "Google" is that it's something they use to search the web. In recent years, the Google company has produced many other useful applications besides its popular search engine. These applications are all free to download and install.

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Sebastian Faulks: By the Book

The author, most recently, of “A Possible Life” and “Jeeves and the Wedding Bells” says literary novels tend to make bad movies: “One form is all inward; the other is two-dimensional. ” Tell us about your favorite book of the year.  That would be “The People Smuggler,” by Robin de Crespigny. It tells the story of an Iraqi dissident called Ali Al Jenabi. As a teenager he joined the Shia uprising against Saddam Hussein after the first Iraq war in 1991. He was captured by Saddam’s secret police, sent to Abu Ghraib and tortured. He watched his father being tortured to the point of insanity and thrown into a pit below the madhouse.

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Samsung Ativ Book 9 Lite review

Product Samsung Ativ Book 9 LiteWebsite www. samsung. comSpecifications 13. 3in 1366x768 resolution touchscreen display, Samsung quad-core 1. 4GHz CPU, 4GB RAM, AMD Radeon HD 8250 graphics, 128GB SSD, 1x miniVGA port, 1x microHDMI port, 1x USB3. 0 port, 1x USB 2. 0 port, 1x 3-in-1 multimedia card reader, 1x headphone out/mic-in port, 1x Ethernet port, 802. 11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth v4. 0, HD 720p webcam, 2 cell 30Wh battery, Windows 8 64-bit operating system, 324x224x17. 4mm, 1. 58kg, available in black or whitePrice £600 KOREAN COMPUTER MAKER Samsung's Ativ Book 9 Lite was launched in the UK earlier this month and is the less powerful but more portable model in the Ativ Book series.

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