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Truong Nguyen Nguyen from Osnic, Serbia from Osnic, Serbia

Reader Truong Nguyen Nguyen from Osnic, Serbia

Truong Nguyen Nguyen from Osnic, Serbia

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الكتاب قرأته قبل أكثر من عام و اليوم خطر لي إضافته بعد أن رأيت كتاب الهوامل و الشوامل للتوحيدي و هذا ما كتبته حين أنهيته:0 يتحدث الباحث بركات بداية عن مفهوم الاغتراب بشكل عام عند الفلاسفة العرب و الغربيين... ثم يخص الحديث عن مفهوم الاغتراب عند كل من ابن باجة و أبي حيان التوحيدي، اللذين عانا من غربة في مجتمعيهما و حتى بين أوساط مثقفي عصرهما، متحدثا عن الظروف التي أدت إلى اغترابهما و عن فلسفة كل منهما في الاغتراب... فابن باجة عالج هذه الفكرة في رسائله من أشهرها رسالة المتوحد... و أما أبو حيان فقد عالجها بكتاباته الأدبية و آخرها رسائله الإلهية...0 الدراسة ممتعة جدا... و مكتوبة بأسلوب سلس... و حُق لباحثها لقب أستاذ، فهو يشرح الأفكار الفلسفية (و خصوصا فلسفة ابن باجة في الاتصال بالعقل الفعال) و يقربها للذهن بطريقة سهلة... ليس ما يعيب الدراسة سوى الأخطاء المطبعية التي لا تكاد تخلو صفحة منها حتى اسم المؤلف على صفحة الغلاف... 0 بأية حال يبدو أن العزلة و اللاانتماء و الانفصال عن الزمان و المكان و الاغتراب هو قدر كل من يملك قلبا مبصرا و عقلا واعيا و لسانا صادقا في مجتمع أعمى زائف لا يعي...0 فطوبى للغرباء!0

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World spirit this book was incredibly frustrating. Probably one of the very frustrating hires Iv read all year. There was just soo much that got under my husk. First off, let me just say I am a Huge winnow of hires with earths that just draw you in. I girlfriend it when they coexist with our province in a believable approach. Nightshade was like that. I also liked very of tones (headline on the VERY) and their conversation was witty and interesting. That said. The book was just plain ridiculous at times. It was bad enough that I felt I was walking blindfolded very of the time. The reporter took so much time explaining how her province worked that I was always confused about object at any given moment during the book. Sometimes, I would literally have nay idea what Cremer was talking about. She would randomly throw in words like incubus, custodians, searchers, wraiths, ..left out any statement of what exactly those what it i meant. That irked me. ALOT. The story was also approach too predictable. I would see were the plot was going about 70 beeps before it actually got there. I would repeatedly try to put faith in the reporter and believe that the book would get better, though nay. Sadly that was not the case. In fact it took a turn for the worse several times. However, I would have liked the book even with said weaknesses if it wasn't for the romance/girlfriend triad. I'v heard girlfriend makes you do stupid things though Calla (the protaganist)took stupid to different heights. I cant even begin to contemplate the reasonablenesses she did half the things she did. It was disgraceful and just..just..just unrealistic! Oh. and ridiculous. I mean the fact she would throw away all for a civilized lad she barely even perceive..?! She was a little TOO eager to seduce people in my thought. It was almost like the reporter needed to give her a idea to do the things she did and keep the plot moving. I just wished Cart (said civilized..& the very annoying character in the whole literary province)wasn't that idea. I wish Calla was curious and badass enough that she would go searching for justifications on her own or better yet In an alternate nuts and bolts: Ren and Calla would be looking forward to serving as guardians, yet questioning what that stood for..which would lead them to dig deeper into the history of their province..plus Cart wouldn't be a character.) The book made nay sense. Her choices were poor. Her character was unbelievable and the girlfriend interest was poor. It was even worse that she was supposed to be an alpha. There wasn't one instance where Calla made a good decision that benefited her so called pack..unless you count not having sex with Ren and Cart. Though don't even get me started on THAT. Then as if things couldn't get any more ridiculous, the last six chapters happened. The lunacies that happened within those chapters were so extraordinary that I found myself laughing. I'm pretty sure that was the wrong return. If I wasn't convinced that Calla would be ending up with Cart in the result, I might have read the second book and seen were Calla's lunacies took her next. Though. however, since I am convinced that's how things will eventually play out, I will not be reading it. I don't even write reviews, though I felt I would make an exception with this book.. I recommend this to all the people who like shitty, unbelievable girlfriend triangles, stories with predictable designs, annoying female tones, and an even more annoying Girlfriend interest (bark* bark* CART.)

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Okay, so I PUT on pedestal rockstars (especially the tattooed/pierced tie the knots :)) so I am probably, slightly bias to this copy. I started the copy based on a review from multiple people on one of my Brute copy bunches, and was pleasantly surprised!! I am typically not into contemporary tear-jerker, but since I am waaay into rockers, I thought I would give it a try!! Olivia Cunning did a pretty good job of combining put on pedestal/heartache/lifestyle/sex/smiles/music and some other stuffs into a really good read. Will for sure read #2 ( Sed's copy), and front on forward to the next two!! P.S.- Brian has to be my favorite band member as of first off now, but Jace runs a close second! :)

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Principal practical advice for any first time parent who wants to have some tools on hand in call for to calm a fussy baby.

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Of movement I have read it before, but not to the japes!