The Legend of Korra: Book Four Review - IGN
By Max Nicholson Warning: Full spoilers from The Legend of Korra: Book Four to follow. Watching The Legend of Korra's series finale last week was a bittersweet moment for me, as I'm sure it was for many of you. Having reviewed the show from the very beginning (almost three years ago now!), it's hard to believe the show's finally ended. But now that it has, I can safely say that Korra is one of my all-time favorite shows, even rivaling Avatar: The Last Airbender. Strong characters, compelling storylines, heartfelt humor, gorgeous animation -- this show had it all.
A Colossal Failure of Common Sense
Lawrence MacDonald, a former VP at Lehman Brothers, recounts his rise within the broker profession and the precipitous fall of Lehman brothers which he blames almost entirely on just eight people, including Richard Fuld. They were the ones promoting over-leverage and investment in risky investments such as CDOs and CDS'sIt's interesting, because intentionally or not, we are given insight into MacDonald's mind and watch the erosion of ethics of his own behavior and that of those around him. No onLawrence MacDonald, a former VP at Lehman Brothers, recounts his rise within the broker profession and the precipitous fall of Lehman brothers which he blames almost entirely on just eight people, including Richard Fuld.
Sony Reader Digital Book PRS-505 review
Editor's note: As of September 2009, the PRS-505 reviewed here has been been replaced by the Reader Pocket Edition PRS-300 and the Reader Touch Edition PRS-600. In early 2007, Sony put out the PRS-500 Portable Reader System, which most people know as the Sony Reader. While Sony got a lot right with the PRS-500, critics--this one included--noted a handful of shortcomings that made the potentially groundbreaking e-book reader less appealing than it should have been. Now, less than year since the PRS-500's release, Sony has released the PRS-505 "Reader Digital Book," which also retails for $300.
Review: Half of a Yellow Sun by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Half of a Yellow Sunby Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie391pp, Fourth Estate, £14. 99 Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's luminous and formidable talent was first seen in Purple Hibiscus, her 2004 novel about a childhood devastated by a religious patriarch, which won a Commonwealth writers' prize and was shortlisted for the Orange prize. Her second novel, Half of a Yellow Sun, takes its title from the emblem for Biafra, the breakaway state in eastern Nigeria that survived for only three years, and whose name became a global byword for war by starvation.
Hesi A2 Study Guide 2015: Test Prep and Practice Questions
Think all HESI A2 study guides are the same? Think again! With easy to understand lessons and over 800 practice test questions designed to maximize your score, you'll be ready. Redesigned for 2015, this HESI A2 Study Guide is better than ever including 2 full practice tests. While there is no official passing or failing with the HESI A2, you don't want to waste time - and money! - having to study all over again because your score was too low to be accepted by your school of choice. You want to accelerate your education, not miss opportunities for starting your future career! Every year, thousands of people think that they are ready for the HESI A2, but realize too late when they get their score back that they were not ready at all.