Karim Korany Korany from Jeungpyeong-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do, South Korea
I really enjoyed this. Good, without being too distracting during my midterms. Really well written and excellent field building. And I'd really like to try Sunshine's umber rolls.
First read 2009, 5 superstars Either it was a misconstrue to read this after The Last Thing He Have occasion for or my looking forwards and hors d'oeuvre changed over the last four generations. Perhaps it's both. What in the back of my mind was a chunk of a nag with The Last Thing - this focus of Tommy and Bobby and the kids, at some point I even thought the absence of the dreadful parents was a chunk too convenient - well, I have to say, this book would have profited from a slightly narrower gag line. As it was, all these secondary styles took away from the main development and the result was that Jason's and Brendan's relation remained aloof and detached.
Such a great read.