Sophia Park Park itibaren Dokti, Gujarat, Hindistan
İnsanlar bu kitabın kaplanlı bir cankurtarandaki bir çocuk hakkında olduğunu söylediklerinde, ne demek istedikleri: Bu. Dır-dir. Hakkında. Bir çocuk. İçinde. A. Filika. İle. Kaplan. Dedi ki, ben sadece kısaca "Tamam. Cidden. Anlıyoruz." Aksi takdirde hikaye dikkatimi çekti ve çok da felsefi / teolojik olmadı, bu da beni endişelendirdi. Okumaya değer.
TV şovu gibi bir şey yok ve bu iyi bir şey. Bütün bu diziyi arkadaşımla okudum ve suçlu zevkimizdi. Bu TV şovu sadece ucuz heyecanlar için.
This has a few interesting ideas about saving money, but it's mostly stuff you already know.
Adorable; I wish I saved this for my B2B reader. Great children's book.
While number 14 in the series, this is actually the second Eve Duncan book I've tried - both audio-books. I have to say that I enjoyed this one a bit more than Quicksand, but I think it had more to do with my expectations, than with the book itself. The narrator (same on both) didn't bother me as much this time around because I was used to her. And I had a better idea of what to expect from the characters. As with Quicksand, I have to say that these books are lacking a bit when it comes to the science. Maybe the earlier books focus on it more, but very little is said about what Eve Duncan actually does for a living (a forensic sculptor?). And while Joe Quinn "follows the clues", I'm never really surprised by his ingenuity, or deductive skills. Maybe all those CSI shows on TV have me expecting more? In this book, I actually found the "guest characters" more interesting than the usual players. The bad guy is certainly creepy, but his belief that he can truly be some kind of vampire is interesting. And Seth Caleb, a ally of sorts in search of the bad guy, is a very intriguing addition to the cast. While not a favorite series, I did get some enjoyment from this book.