Facilities Management 1995

I did not enjoy Facilities Management 1995 at all. At every turn, the situation seemed unrealistic and the plot grew more and more implausible as the story unfolded. I would skip Facilities Management 1995 and go with a different choice.

Volcanoes Life on the Edge

My kids love Volcanoes Life on the Edge! Helped my kids become very interested in counting. This is the first book that they grab LOL

Kenya Journal

Love Kenya Journal!!! I enjoyed it thoroughly. I can't wait to read the next book!! As a matter of fact I'm going to download the next one now!!!

Patent Law and Biological Inventions: Number 1 (Law in Context)

liked Patent Law and Biological Inventions: Number 1 (Law in Context) very much. i was sooo glad it was just one novel, not a series. not that i have anything against a series, i sure do read my share of them. just like it to be one single book in some cases. loved the main characters. loved the ending. i'll be reading more of colleen's stuff in the future. of that i am sure.

Structural Fire Engineering Design: Materials Behaviour - Concrete Pt. 1

I liked Structural Fire Engineering Design: Materials Behaviour - Concrete Pt. 1 a lot. It was very different from what I thought it was from the information given. I loved the story throughout Structural Fire Engineering Design: Materials Behaviour - Concrete Pt. 1. K

Imagining the Arab Other: How Arabs and Non-Arabs Represent Each Other (Library of Modern Middle East Studies)

It contains three unlikely cohorts in an adventure set in early American times. I found myself engaged enough in the story that I lost track of time and was surprised how long I had read. Imagining the Arab Other: How Arabs and Non-Arabs Represent Each Other (Library of Modern Middle East Studies) is definitely worth your time for a little escapism.

Mountain Musings

A different type of book than I normally read, but I have to admit I thoroughly enjoyed it. Mountain Musings is about ghosts, murder, and a little bit of mayhem. I will definitely buy the other books in the series.

James Bond: The Man from Barbarossa (James Bond Novels (Paperback))

James Bond: The Man from Barbarossa (James Bond Novels (Paperback)) was so boring. I found myself skipping pages and wishing it would end. I did love Jasper though. He was very hot and cocky. I loved the way he stood up to his aunt and cousin. Katherine was ok. She got on my nerves a lot. I did not like the first or second book, but I want to read the third book because its part of the series. I pray that it is better than the first two.

Autocad and Its Applications Advanced 2009, Instructor's CD

I enjoyed Autocad and Its Applications Advanced 2009, Instructor's CD and recommend it highly. It is well conceived and executed, and provides a clear road map to one potential outcome of Iran's continued pursuit of nuclear weapons.

Hypothalamic Digoxin, Cerebral Dominance and Brain Function in Health and Diseases (Nova Biomedical)

Fascinated by anything related to virology, I love Hypothalamic Digoxin, Cerebral Dominance and Brain Function in Health and Diseases (Nova Biomedical). As a account of true events, it is a page turner. It does not read like the stereotypical stuffy non-fiction book. I could not put it down. I felt I was right there in the labs with the protagonists. I almost felt as though I would come down with the virus just by reading about it.

Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 3.0 Tutorial and MultiMedia CD

A fast paced story about a CIA agent who is assigned to follow-up on a missing religious artifact If this article is not found before it is supposed to go on display there will be a terrorist attack and the U S will be blamed and a lot of people will die If you like fast paced action, you'll really like Pro/ENGINEER Wildfire 3.0 Tutorial and MultiMedia CD

James Kent: A Study in Conservatism, 1763-1847

Interesting topic. However it is definitely a very small pamphlet or tiny booklet. It should say that in the description rather than being called James Kent: A Study in Conservatism, 1763-1847.

Tales of the Cryptids: Mysterious Creatures That May or May Not Exist (Darby Creek Publishing)

Couldn't put Tales of the Cryptids: Mysterious Creatures That May or May Not Exist (Darby Creek Publishing) down. Found it to be revealing about the times and history of the area that the story takes place.

The Encyclopedia of Pasta

Fantastic book. Great writing. Brought me to tears,in fact sobbed through the last third The Encyclopedia of Pasta. Very believable and touching. Although sad also beautiful. Simply said l loved it and the story will stay with me.

Understanding August Wilson (Understanding Contemporary American Literature)

It was challenge following the characters through most of the story. I liked the characters and I liked the story, but I had a hard time following who belonged on what moon. I loved how the characters relationships crossed over each other, causing a few intuitive beings to notice something was not quite right. I would recommend Understanding August Wilson (Understanding Contemporary American Literature) to friends.

Spain and Portugal (National Geographic Adventure Map)

You won't be disappointed if you want a heartwarming, sexy, and saucy story! I would actually give it a 4.5 if I could. I understand the disappointment in some of the reviews, but they do NOT outweigh the great qualities of Spain and Portugal (National Geographic Adventure Map). Reading the next one now!

Flore de France ou description des plantes qui croissent naturellement en France et en Corse (French Edition)

Flore de France ou description des plantes qui croissent naturellement en France et en Corse (French Edition) steered me safely and happily through London. Its recommendations are spot on, and made me wish I could spend months in London to track them all down. If you want to see the odd, off-beat London, buy Flore de France ou description des plantes qui croissent naturellement en France et en Corse (French Edition).

The Thousandth Woman

Enjoyed The Thousandth Woman; hated the treatment forced on slaves.Pleased with happy ending; pleased with the mechanism available to restore his freedom.

The Upanishads

This was a good read. It had an engaging style and believable characters. I read through the whole thing, enjoying it thoroughly, before it even clicked that The Upanishads doesn't have an overall plot. If you decide to pick it up trust me, plot or no plot, you'll like it.

The Diamond Tree

Beleive me The Diamond Tree covers all aspects and applications of meat and what to make out or of it. Top notch


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