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Svet Miller Miller itibaren Pearepur, Bihar 803115, Hindistan

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Stargirl ilginç bir okuma. Onun noktası olsun - o.k .... daha iyi .... muhtemelen daha iyi .... farklı olmak. Stargirl, gerçek adı değil, onun adı, lisede işleri farklı yapan bir kız. İlk başta ona güldü, sonra hayran kaldı, sonra kopyalandı, sonra küçümsendi. Hiçbir zaman gerçekten değişmez, ancak bir noktada erkek arkadaşını memnun etmek için çaba sarf etmeye çalıştı. Takdire şayan (farklı olmak, yani. Bir erkek arkadaşı memnun etmek için değil), ama ben inanmadım. Lisede farklı olan insanları tanıyordum. Onlar "havalı" olmayan kıyafetlerdi ve kafeteryada yukalele bile oynamış olabilirlerdi, ama farklı olduklarını iyi biliyorlardı. Olmak istediler. Farklı olmanın onlara verdiği ilgiyi istiyorlardı. Yazar, karakterini gerçekten farklı hale getirme çabasıyla, onu ne kadar garip olduğundan tamamen habersiz olarak yazdı. Etkilenmezler. Dikkat çekmemek. O kişinin var olduğundan emin değilim. Otistik olmayan, zihinsel olarak meydan okuyan ya da başka bir gezegenden olmayan en az biri. Yine de ondan alınan dersler tatlı.

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This is a simple tale of a complex woman. There is nothing in depth about this book and I skimmed parts that seemed boring and trite. Mary was six days old when her father, King James V of Scotland, died on the battlefield. At nine months of age, she was crowned queen of Scotland. This book does not focus on the complexity of her tragic life, rather it reflects the time period when, as a very young child, she was sent to France to live in the court of King Henry II. An alliance was formed to wed Mary to King Henry's son Frances. At eleven years of age she was care free when living in various palaces of the King. Her future husband Frances was her dear childhood friend. The book focuses on this idyllic time of her life. While I cannot highly recommend this book, there were interesting portions, including the descriptions of Queen Catherine de'Medici and King Henry's infamous mistress Diane de Poitiers. As always, when reading historical fiction, I'm lead down a path to study other figures. I'll look for more information regarding Diane de Poitiers. She appears to have been a fascinating woman.

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Another book by my favourite people... But not as good as And Now All This. This is a funny way to learn British History, if you want to learn British history at all.

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Fannie Caldwell was an indentured servant for the last 3 years. However when her contract expired last year, the hateful man who owns her and her siblings, refused to let them go. Now, Fannie is determined to do anything to get away. She sets out to join a wagon train heading for Oregon. Blake Turner is a the wagon master of a 250 wagon procession across the plains heading west. He is determined to keep his train's reputation clean by taking no trouble makers and especially no single women! However, when Fannie begs and pleads to join his group, he just can't quite bring himself to say no, especially when her very life seems to be in danger. Danger on the trail, clashing of wills, this book is sure to entertain.