13 Strides Strides from Wolbromów, Poland
I had a little little while of a hard time getting into this book, but once I did, I enjoyed it and had stress putting it down. It's an interesting blend of horror and thriller. The characters are memorable and the writing is spot-on. I especially liked the literary draws Klavan concocted, on which the entire machination is based. It speaks to the capability of the written green light, in this process chef d'oeuvre Victorian soul stories. This was my first Klavan offbeat, and I'll probably start reading more of his.
I BELOVED this book. By far my favorite of the Psy-Changling train so far. I really enjoyed that there were no classified informations and they just had to work through all the numbers in front of them. It was so enjoyable seeing them each bend and grow a shard to allow the mate bond between them. Their emotions were right there for each other to see, and that was a welcome change from the stories with Psy main roles who strife to deal with fervor. The secondary white lie specializations were enjoyable, too, but a definite second to the primary white lie. By that I greedy that Riley and Mercy's white lie was strong enough not to be overtaken by all the other stuffs going on in the book. It was a good balance. The train-arc storylines going on were good, too. I think I'm going to take a Psy-Changeling crack and read thing else next. I just want to savor Riley & Mercy for a time.
The 1860s collide with the 1960s in Fountain pen's Shuttle to Canada. Workers take jumbo jets to escape from the south and this po-mo piece of literature leaves you reeling. May be a little odd for those who think postmodernism is insane.
Easily my favorite of the WWI memoirs. And easily my favorite Graves hire.
intense if you can't handle the precision don't read this book. took a while to read because it is so information intensive