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Richard Holley Holley itibaren 7830-405 Serpa, Portekiz

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İbranice kökler perspektifinden Şabat'ın mükemmel çalışması. (Yazarın web sitesinden - www.drybonesrestorationcompany.com) Bu kitap, hem haftalık hem de yüksek Şabat günleri de dahil olmak üzere Şabat hakkında kapsamlı bir çalışmadır. Şabat'a yeni gelenlerin yeni bulunan zevklerine dayanmalarına yardımcı olmayı amaçlıyor. Çoğu zaman Şabat'ı keşfettikten sonra, ne yaptığına karşı tartışmalarla boğulur. İkinci baskı, orijinal versiyondan daha fazla tartışmaya değiniyor ve Şabat'ın Rab'bin hoşuna giden herkes için olduğuna dair bir mahkumiyete destek vermek için tarihsel kanıtların yanı sıra kutsal kanıtlar da veriyor. (yaklaşık 300 sayfa)

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http://nhw.livejournal.com/1081346.html#cutid2[return][return]After enjoying most of Marc Platt's other work, including his novelisation of Battlefield, I was looking forward to reading this. I'm afraid I was disappointed. Once again, I realise just how vital the direction and acting of the TV version can be; and the intensely visual and subtle original just loses most of its vitality and mystery on the printed page. In particular, we lose the striking visual appearance of Nimrod the Neanderthal and of Light himself, who comes across as just some random and rather dull megalomaniac with super powers.[return][return]Scrapes through the Bechdel test: in most of the Ace/Gwendolen scenes they are talking about Josias and/or the Doctor, and the one exception is when they fight, and are then interrupted by Control. A fight is barely a conversation, but I suppose it will have to do. (Mrs/Lady Pritchard appears to communicate with the maidservants by telepathy.)

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I was very surprised by this book as it is nothing like the very popular historic novels by this author. I started reading it thinking that it was another rather indulgent story about university lecturers and their carryings on, dropping in rather pretentious 'in jokes', however I'm glad I persevered with it as it is a nice story. I enjoyed the book in the end.