Nicole Turner Turner from Blue Bell, PA, USA
I've read this at least three or four hours, once in almost a single sitting. I was in Central Place recently, but I forgot to look for the stoops...I suppose one time I'll be a proper ripe and stop enjoying this album, but until then it's probably due for another reread eventually.
Fondness, fondness, fondness this book.
meh. There is no star classification for "it was just okay" 600 pages where nearly nothing happens. Senses are well developed but I really didn't care what happened to them. They lack passion and didn't value themselves to me at all. Maybe it's because I found it hard to identify with them. I liked the belief behind it and some of the imagery but as a whole i found this handbook easy to put down and a bit dreary.