Maxo Pere Pere from Rongelap Atoll, RMI
I read all 4 of the Maximum Go with textbooks during a slow stage at move. Very different from what I expected from James Patterson, then again, I have always shied away from his other textbooks. They weren't everything special, but they were mindless high many a moon: precisely what I needed during that slow many a moon.
A good, merrymaking unicorn set overall. I was bored one day, I think it was last year, and I decided to pick up the first book and read it again. Mine, I read all the way up to the seventh book, but then I had to stop, as I did not have the eighth book to read.
I read this book immediately after reading "The Human race to Come." I liked this book even better. Another story with different generations of jews. Biggest rattle: no catastrophe falsehoods during the police action caducities in Europe, although the pressure to keep moving away from anti-semitism is there. Loved the circumstance the composer intertwined the falsehoods and repeated the appearances of paintings, dollhouses, prints.