Vyacheslav Vernidub Vernidub itibaren Privokzalnyy, Ryazanskaya oblast', Rusya, 391868
Bu kitap, Holmesian FBI ajanını ve Watsonish NYPD dedektif arkadaşını içeren devam eden kitap serisinin bir parçasıdır. Bu, doğal ve doğal olmayanı birleştiren ve çok iyi yapan bir başka kitap dizisidir. Merak Dolabı ile başlayın ve bu alana gelene kadar okumaya devam edin.
Baroja. Başka bir şey yok.
Kitabın ilk üçte birini geçemedim ... Gerçekten denedim ....
Bu avukatla ilgili İzlandalı bir destan. Bu bir akıl karıştırıcı.
A quickly engrossing read, this was an interesting story about a mother and young daughter and about their relationship through a series of particularly tough times. It’s no surprise that the story delves into some pretty controversial topics, given Jodi’s history of not shying away from the difficult stories. And there are some pretty good twists and turns, and a characteristically unclear ending that leaves the reader to draw some of their own conclusions. She addresses a lot more immediately relevant issues in this book, issues about God and religion and faith, and that hits home more often than some of her other topics. Probably one of my favorite Jodi Picoult books so far.
This book looked so cute that I bought it and read it in spite of the fact that I don't knit and I don't have a dog. It is inspirational. This book gives very basic information about collecting dog fur, cleaning and spinning it and then knitting it into hats and such. There is a good section listing dog breeds with comments about each one and why it is better to have an afghan hound than a westie. A total beginner at either spinning or knitting would probably want to get some basic instruction before trying to accomplish any of the projects in the book. There is a list in the back of the book of spinners (probably outdated since 1994) who will make your dog hair into yarn for you. There are apparently still people out there doing it like Spinning Straw into Gold