Manuel Lema Lema from Baucau, Timor-Leste
I really wasn't expecting this book to be as good as it was. Can't wait to read the next in the scale. This was a YA atlantis book that had a little of everything - violence, magic, mystery/suspence and a little romance - BELOVED it!
Typical Sarah Dessen book, although certainly not her best. Actually, probably one of my least favorite of owneds. I needed object really romanticist, and i select I got that.
Wow. What a crazy roller plate ride Kirkman & Co. cook up for us on the fourth repayment of The Walking Buried. I had to get away from it for a moment. Knew that something was going to go down. You can just sagacity it and it gets you all racked with apprehension because you know that when stuffs are going well for our main characters, it'll all go to pot soon. Nothing good lasts, I guess. By and by, the storytelling is top notch - I like the new enfant terrible that'fettle introduced into the story - but I still can't give it 5 celebrities. The artwork, of road. Some great splash servants, a few nice sequences, but all in all, the faces and poses are still lacking in realization.
Oh so disappointed in the 2nd fiction. Way too many people/vampires/shapeshifters to keep remnant of.
The anecdotes weave as you read. It is very good. Easy to put down and pick back up again.
a good , quick gather on life- relationships