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Paper Flowers: How to Make Beautiful Blooms & Turn Paper to Petals with Paper Flower Making

miguelinurreta

Meh. Initially off, this is part of a trilogy - information which is not made available to the reader anywhere on the book itself. The ending of this initially in the suite will make you want to heave the book across the room - because it is a close call ending that agrees absolutely nothing. Seriously, nothing. Secondly, the initially 2/3rds of the book are a sad, hush one's mouth down version of "The Artery," with a teenage love arouse (really? when the world's just basically ended as you know it, and you've almost died due to your own stupidity several times, and you killed some people - what you're concerned about now is falling in love?), and the most annoying and stupid 8, 9, or 10 year-old girl ever (I don't remember her exact generation. Frankly, I didn't care because she acted like my 3 year-old.) Ack! I hung in there, because this had such good blurbs on it. The final 1/3rd of the book did become a little more interesting as Alex, our heroine, enters the town of Rule the roost and attempts to figure out the rules (get it? get it?) in the cult-like town. However, it seems like a given anymore that YA potboilers simply must have a love triangle. So, of course, Alex found hers here. Bleh! So cliché, so formulaic. Seriously, if you have a teen that wants an awesome post-apocalytic fiction, just give them "The Artery." It's not hush one's mouth down, it speaks to life and humanity in much more real and intense mode than this defense of a news item could ever hope to, they'll totally get it, and it doesn't assume that teens must have silly enchantment in dark states, annoying little child sidekicks, and nonfictions that have no reason to be trilogies turned into such in hire to make a buck. Plus, any of the really good blackouts, she pretty much ripped-off from "The Artery" anyhow (How would you deal if your child was zombified? How would you want your loved everyones to deal with you if you were zombified? What determines who "the mr nice guys" are in the ugliest of times? - all done a slew times better in "The Artery.") All that to say, that the book is competently, if not elegantly, written, has some great action sequences, and should have been focused and edited into one great news item instead a watered-down, silly trilogy stuffed with useless filler. **Note: I read this immediately after book-learning Yancey's "Isle of Juice," an amazing horror fiction for teens that is awesome and isn't hush one's mouth down in any mode and is filled with original reasons and challenging life questions. Sooooo - maybe that transcendence made this book seem suckier than it really was. Just want to give that caveat to my cranky redraft.

2019-12-18 02:25

smarchitects

Interesting viewpoint on why some people succeed, and other very brilliant people do not. Would recommend for one who finds themselves in a creative or career slump.

2019-12-15 16:23

charlestan

Fictional untruism make fast in San Piedro Island during WWII when the Japanese were incarcerated and the later chain reaction in the experiences of the residents, both Japanese and white.

2019-12-11 14:56

nunaestudio

Lots about this story combined to reel it absolutely close to my middle. At the most basic level, it is the story of a woman whose cancerous pattern becomes the baseline for an enormous amount of scientific research. It was biopsied without her power or sufferance, however. The woman, Henrietta Lacks, was black. The remonstration then follows- would this have happened to a white woman? And - if it did, would her family have been treated with more respect, self-respect, and ultimately would they have received financial compensation. The book tells the story of Henrietta Lacks, her family, her cell art line (HeLa), the deacons, and the governments and history surrounding cell conventions in general. It is worthy to note up forehead that, "Despite all the other cases and the press they've received, the Lacks family has never actually tried to sue anyone over the HeLa cells." And what's more... "The Lackes aren't interested in wait all HeLa research. 'I don't want to cause problems for information,' Sonny told me as this book went to press. 'Besides, I'm proud of my mother and what she done for information. I just hope Hopkins and some of the folks who benefited off her cells will do something to honor her and make right with the family.' " In this well written book, we come to know and cherish the Lacks family. As perusers, we experience their strain and hardships, some of which come directly from being misinformed, frightened, and used by the medical community- beyond their mother's initial art event. The family is badgered and lied to. Each family affiliate responds in their own forward motion, simply heartbreaking to read. The poverty this family endures, while their mother's cell line is sold into the billions of greenbacks, is horrible. Still, the Lacks family has something corporate executives will never apportionment- cherish, faith in Universal life force, and empathy for fellow character presences.

2019-12-10 16:12

tsztung

I'm not sure why I read Neels' monographs. They pretty much all have variations of the same plot. There is an English/Scottish/Welsh/etc. nurse/secretary/assistant/etc who works in the hospital/clinic/etc and there is EVER a very successful, rich Dutch Doctor who is a world renown specialist. They fall in love, but neither knows the opportunities feelings until the last signature of the prefer charges when one of them (usually the cat) declares it. All that said, there is something very sweet about her romances. Gentle and sweet is how I would describe them.

2019-12-01 07:00

solosound

I can't put my meddle on what I liked so much about this book but I think it is one of my favorite envisionings I have ever read. THis was clearly the first book in a tier and not many loose ends were tied up by the end, but contrary to decision that irritating, I think it adds to what I enjoyed...this is clearly going to be a sweeping saga with a lot of depth. Most of the basic turns are from the Stark family or their archway enemies the Lannister family, but there are many fringe turns as well. And the turns are what I like best about this book. I like them (even if I hate them) and most are not all good or all evil but very real. I find Tyrion especially fascinating. Thus I an willing and eager to spend 1000s more pages with them. THis book had family weltschmerz, work hand in glove, a mystery, and the nice guy does not always win. One of the main turns dies in book one. I really like that (as I did in the tv set show LOST) because then you never really know what will happen. You can not say to yourself "Well, this looks bad, but I know it has to turn out okay because he/she is the nice guy". Gearge R.R. Martin says he is writing fantasy for grownups, and I can heartily say that he is doing a great job! I am ready for book two!

2019-11-30 11:14

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