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Jeremy Hains Hains de Belejeni, Romania de Belejeni, Romania

Lecteur Jeremy Hains Hains de Belejeni, Romania

Jeremy Hains Hains de Belejeni, Romania

jdaniel

Un autre bon mystère de meurtre. Les livres de Kellerman sont tout simplement amusants à lire et j'ai l'impression que les personnages sont presque comme une famille.

jdaniel

J'ai adoré l'histoire, la fin aurait dû être différente et elle aurait été parfaite

jdaniel

Still such a great series. 5 is when violence and the whole southern gothic influence really develops in the series. But it still has such great realistic character based moments, including waiting for a Harry Potter book release! Review from first time reading. So having seen that there were 5 books in the series at the shop, I thought there were 5 books all told. So I finished 4 and rushed out to get 5 only to find out there was an even WORSE cliff hanger at the end! I read all 5 books in about two weeks and now I have to wait till 6 gets published! *wails*. It was very strange but at the end of four I was actually sad they didn't get to the baseball game (and I hate baseball!) so the beginning of this was really great! Mara was just amazing throughout. I felt so much sympathy for her and Cleo. God Cleo's journals sound almost exactly the same as my own diaries from my first few years of university. I so identify with her coming to terms with her bisexuality, and how even with queer friends she still feels judged, and falling in love with your best friend while you're supposed to be dating someone else. It just captures perfectly how fucked up and intense it is to be young and confused. (With gorgeous art of punk and goth chicks). I'm sad that Myrtle seems to be turning or being revealed to be evil as I really liked her and her and Cleo were so cute in book 3! But the story is totally sucking me in. And as always in these books some of the best and most defining character moments have no dialogue at all. I think the best comics are when they are written and drawn by the same person and so much can be expressed without words and Sophie just does that brilliantly. All the girls fears and insecurities just come out beautifully. In this book Natalie really comes into her own and I really love the scenes with her and Mara. (and not just cause Mara is incredibly cute in the photoshoot). I just adore this series and can't wait for the rest to be finished!

jdaniel

One of the textbooks for an applied mathematics course I took in the Cornell engineering school as an undergraduate. It has good discussions of coordinate systems, tensors, and group theory.